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Punish those behind Pulwama attack, US tells Pakistan

Washington, Feb 20 (UNI) The United States, voicing its "strong support" for India, has pressed Pakistan to punish those behind the Pulwama terrorist attack.

Pakistan denies India's allegations on its involvement in Pulwama attack

Islamabad, Feb 17 (IBNS): Pakistan on Sunday denied India's allegations that it had a hand in the February 14 attack on a convoy of Indian soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district that killed 40 people.

Iran warns Pakistan of action after suicide attack leaves 27 members of Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps killed

Tehran, Feb 17 (IBNS): Amid killing of 27 members of the country's elite security force, Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) chief has warned neighbouring Pakistan to initiate crackdown on armed group Jaish al-Adl or face their revenge.

After getting acquitted by Pakistan court, Aasia Bibi heads to Canada

Islamabad/Ottawa, Jan 29 (IBNS): After getting acquitted by her country's top court over blasphemy, Pakistani Christian woman, Aasia Bibi, is heading to Canada to unite with her daughters, media reports said.

Pakistan: Supreme Court upholds Aasia Bibi's blasphemy acquittal

Islamabad, Jan 29 (IBNS): In a major decision, the Pakistani Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a petition seeking review of the top court's Oct 31, 2018 verdict of acquitting Christian woman Aasia Bibi.

Pakistan calls talks between Taliban, US a "major diplomatic victory"

Islamabad, Jan 27 (IBNS): The Pakistan government on Sunday termed the recent negotiations held between US officials and Taliban as a "major diplomatic victory".

Afghanistan: Pakistan consulate closed after woman found with grenade

Kabul, Jan 27 (IBNS): The Pakistan consulate in Afghanistan's northern Balkh province was closed on Sunday after a woman tried to enter the building with a grenade in her bag, officials said.

Valentine's Day: Pakistani university to celebrate 'Sister's Day' on Feb 14

Islamabad, Jan 14 (IBNS): A Pakistani university has announced that it will observe Feb 14, which is celebrated as Valentine's Day across the globe, as 'Sister's Day'.

UNGA president Maria Fernanda Espinosa to visit Pakistan on Jan 18

New York, Jan 12 (IBNS): United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) President Maria Fernanda Espinosa will visit Pakistan from Jan 18 to Jan 22, confirmed UNGA president spokesperson on Saturday.

UAE crown prince on official visit to Pakistan

Islamabad, Jan 6 (IBNS): UAE crown prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al-Nahyan arrived in Islamabad on Sunday after nearly 12 years on a one-day official visit.

Pakistani ministers seeks international cooperation to reduce child sexual abuse

Islamabad, Jan 5 (IBNS):  Pakistani Minister for Human Rights Shireen Mazari has called for more cooperation internationally to reduce crimes related to child sexual abuse.

Pak PM meets Turkey President, seeks to build economic ties

Ankara, Jan 4 (IBNS): Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday met Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan here and discussed ways to strengthen economic and other ties between the two countries, reports said.

Pakistan: Coal mine explosion leaves 4 dead

Islamabad, Jan 2 (IBNS): A coal mine blast in Pakistan's  Balochistan's Dukki district on Wednesday left at least four miners dead, media reports said.

Portion of mine collapses in Pakistan, 3 miners killed

Islamabad, Dec 28 (IBNS):  A portion of a mine collapsed in Balochistan's Dukki district of Pakistan and left at least three miners dead on Thursday, media reports said.

Pakistan PM says India doesn't treat minorities right

Islamabad, Dec 25 (IBNS): Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said minorities were not treated right in India and his government would ensure they were treated as equal citizens in Pakistan, sparking criticism from across the border.