World Cup 2019: Qualifying chances for Pak looks bleak

With England securing a win last night against New Zealand, Pakistan’s hopes of reaching the semi-final looks bleak as despite losing, New Zealand is still well-placed with 11 points on the table. Continue Reading

India marks 20th year of Kargil war; Gwalior Air Base turned into war theatre

Commemorating 20 years of the Kargil War, the IAF today turned the Gwalior air base virtually into a conflict theatre, with dramatic reenactment of some of the milestones of the operation in 1999. Continue Reading

10 Chinese nationals arrested for trafficking Pak girls

At least 10 Chinese nationals, including a woman, have been arrested in Pakistan for allegedly luring young Pakistani girls into fake marriages then forcing them into prostitution in China, the country’s premier probe agency has said. The Federal Investigating Agency… Continue Reading

14 passengers shot dead after being offloaded from buses in Pak

Unidentified gunmen donning uniforms of paramilitary personnel Thursday shot dead at least 14 passengers after forcing them to disembark from buses on a highway in Pakistan’s restive Balochistan province, in the latest targeted killing in the country. Continue Reading

Pak Hindu minor girls approach court seeking protection

A man has been arrested in Pakistan for allegedly assisting in solemnising the wedding of two Hindu minor girls, who were reportedly abducted and forcefully converted to Islam, as the teenagers approached a court in the country’s Punjab province seeking protection. Continue Reading

FATF experts team to review Pak’s progress on global standards

A group of experts from the Financial Action Task Force will review whether Pakistan has made enough progress on global standards against financial crimes to warrant its exclusion from the watchdog’s grey list. Continue Reading

Pakistan restores Samjhauta Express train services to Delhi

Pakistani authorities on Monday restored the Samjhauta Express services between Lahore and Delhi, days after the train was suspended due to tense bilateral ties. The train departs on every Monday and Thursday from Lahore. The Samjhauta Express carrying some 150 passengers left Lahore railway station for India, Radio Pakistan reported. Continue Reading