Ashraf Ghani welcomes Taliban's unexpected three-day truce declared for Eidul Fitr
Ex-CE hopes to finalise political agreement at the earliest
President Ghani secures second term as US, Taliban inch closer to deal
US special envoy meets Afghan president, discusses several topics including need for a ceasefire
Development comes in exchange for two professors, a US citizen and an Australian, kidnapped in Kabul by Afghan Taliban
Punjab CM presents Afghan president an photo album of his trip; sees him off at airport
Afghan president had earlier undertaken a bilateral visit to Pakistan in November 2014
The US demand of the Taliban talking to the Kabul regime sounds outdated and might soon become obsolete
Ghani did not mention any cease in fighting with the Islamic State group, which continues to expand
Pakistan knows its role well in peace, reconciliation in Afghanistan, says Ambassador to Kabul Zahid Nasrullah
Pakistan has decided it will not evacuate its citizens from China to counter the threat of the fast-spreading corona virus. Do you agree with the decision?
Polls are non-scientific, reflect only the online audience and can be manipulated.
Pakistan is home to millions of refugees from neighbouring countries
We as a nation have been very unlucky in terms of leadership
Officials and environmentalists in Pakistan are annoyed over exclusion from the summit despite Pakistan being ranked as the fifth most vulnerable country with regard to global warming
The Sindh government does not seem to be too eager to prevent the crisis
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