Premier Imran laments the country had to suffer tremendously by joining foreign conflicts in return for aid
Musharraf’s decision to join the US in the war on terrorism was made out of necessity
Her present husband is her former brother-in-law, youngest brother of her three previous husbands killed by Taliban
Jafar and other victims asked to forgive the killers of their loved ones were under a different kind of pressure
Taliban carried out 222 attacks against the Afghan forces in the past one week, says interior ministry spokesman
Abdullah Abdullah says an ongoing lull in violence had set the tone for launching the peace talks
Taliban, US and Afghan forces have agreed to cut violence for seven days ahead of planned Feb 29 peace deal signing
We are not treated very well by India but I happen to like Modi a lot, says US President Trump ahead of maiden visit
It makes no difference to the US if Afghanistan bleeds.
The hope for peace in Afghanistan in the last 40 years has been a victim of political vendetta by Afghan leaders
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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