Pakistan wants an Afghanistan acceptable to the West — Islam plus democracy

Theoretically, there is a case for twin tolerances— if Taliban gives up some violence and collaborates with the West to fight radical forces such as the ISK.

Hum Kahan Ke Sachay Thay Episode 11 Story Review – Brilliant Execution

It was a slow but very interesting episode of Hum Kahan Ke Sachay Thay. The thing I like the most about this drama is that each & every episode gives you so much to think & talk about. This goes to show that even if a story is simple if it is executed intelligently backed by strong performances, that is enough to make it a drama worth watching. Hum Kahan Ke Sachay Thay has definitely become one such drama that I actually look forward to every week.

Opinion: Sidhu Has Trapped Himself And Congress Must Exploit That

Navjot Singh Sidhu is known for his witticisms and motor mouth. But he now appears to have become the punchline himself. His latest tantrum could spell the end of his political journey which started after a not-so-glorious cricket career.

Pakistan allows PM Modi's flight to use its airspace

In February this year, India allowed Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's air craft to use its airspace.

'Hum kahan kay sachay thay' draws you in like a good book

Its title suggests introspection and regret and hopefully the drama will go that route rather than employ the typical karma trope. Hum Kahan Kay Sachay was generating a lot of attention, even before it aired, and rightly so because there are a few things one can’t ignore about the show from the outset. The star studded cast, their new looks along with the soundtrack and background score immediately manage to gain viewers' attention.

PM Imran to address UNGA session on Friday

Address to focus on rights violations in Kashmir, stability in Afghanistan and Islamophobia

Pakistan started negotiations with Taliban, says Imran Khan

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday informed that his government has started negotiations with the Taliban to form an inclusive government in Afghanistan.

When Nawaz Sharif’s grandson Junaid Safdar’s wife Ayesha turned heads in Sabyasachi lehenga on wedding day

Nawaz Sharif’s grandson Junaid Safdar married Ayesha Saif Khan in London. On her wedding day, Ayesha wore a lehenga choli designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee.

How kulchas from India and Pakistan act as a great unifier

With shared histories, ingredients and breadmakers, the delicious kulcha has a story that surpasses borders.

Death to Pakistan’ slogans, gunfire, arrests: What's going on in Taliban-controlled Kabul

The protest reportedly began outside the Pakistan embassy in Kabul, denouncing Islamabad's alleged interference in Afghanistan and its support for the Taliban's offensive in Panjshir.

Pak Doesn't Have Money to Control Taliban, Says Ex-Afghan Prez Ashraf Ghani's Brother, Shares Advice for India

Hashmat Ghani --- whose brother fled to UAE as the Taliban took over the reins of Afghanistan --- also dismissed reports of joining the Taliban, saying he has "accepted their rule" but "accepted not to join them".

Afghans have broken ‘shackles of slavery’: Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday seemed to endorse the Taliban taking over Kabul by saying that Afghanistan has broken the “shackles of slavery” in the neighbouring war-torn country.

Minorities, And Their Heritage Well Protected In Pakistan: Punjab Governor Sarwar

by Jatinder Singh Bedi, Chief Editor

CHICAGO- Pakistan’s Punjab Province Governor Chaudhary Mohamand Sarwar has said that the “minorities in Pakistan carry immense importance to the government” and Sikhs amongst them are the “dearest.” He was addressing the Sikhs at Chicago’s oldest Palatine Gurudwara on 28 May 2021. During the visit his wife Ms Perveen Sarwar accompanied him. Senior Pakistan officials Ms Nazia Mohal, Deputy Secreatry; and Mr Tariq Karim, Consul General of Pakistan at Chicago also accompanied him.

Pakistan arrests alleged militant group leader Zaki ur Rehman Lakhvi on terrorism financing charge

Pakistan on Saturday arrested a man accused of being a leader of an Islamist militant group blamed by the United States and India for the 2008 Mumbai attacks, a counter-terrorism official said.

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