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Pakistan Fails In Convincing To Resume $6 Billion Extended Loan Facility
Pakistan Fails In Convincing To Resume $6 Billion Extended Loan Facility

Inflation in Pakistan is taking a serious toll on the lives of the locals as the income of a household has fallen by at least 35 per cent while the cost of living under basic facilities of food and shelter has surged by 40 to 50 per cent.

Taliban To Ban Pakistan's PIA If Ticket Prices Not Changed
Taliban To Ban Pakistan's PIA If Ticket Prices Not Changed

In a statement, the Administration said that the two airlines will be fined and punished if they violate the rules, Khaama Press reported.

Imran Khan
Imran Khan And Pakistan Military In Standoff Over New ISI Chief

Senior Pakistan journalist Najam Sethi said on a TV show that the prime minister's position on the matter has led to a standoff, which is why the notification has not been signed.

Pakistan Earthquake
20 Killed, Over 300 Injured In Pakistan Earthquake

The jolts were also felt in Quetta, Mastung, Muslim Bagh, Qila Saifullah, Sibi and Pishin.

DRDO Espionage: Pakistan Link Found In Probe By Odisha Crime Branch
DRDO Espionage: Pakistan Link Found In Probe By Odisha Crime Branch

In a startling disclosure in Chandipur DRDO espionage case, the Odisha Crime Branch on Wednesday (October 6) informed about the links in Pakistan.

India
India Asks UN Panel To Condemn Pakistan's Attempts To Disrupt Disarmament Efforts

"As the epicentre of global terrorism, Pakistan is the biggest destabilising force in the world and has repeatedly indulged in cross-border terrorism. They have no regard for UN principles."

Pakistan air travel
Pakistan Bans Air Travel For Unvaccinated Passengers

According to data shared by the NCOC, Pakistan has witnessed 1,742 new cases of COVID-19 and 39 deaths were reported in the last 24 hours, with 47,832 active cases.

CPEC
Fate Of CPEC In Doldrums, No Work Done In Last Three Years

Chairman of Pakistan's Senate Standing Committee on Planning Salim Mandviwala recently said the Chinese Ambassador and companies had complained about the slow pace of work on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects.

Taliban
'US Senators Seek Investigation Into Pak's Role In Taliban Victory'

A bill was tabled by the Republican senators in the US Senate demanding "deeper investigation" into the Taliban's victory in Afghanistan and sanctions on those who assisted in driving out the Ashraf Ghani-led regime.

Inzamam-ul- Haq
Inzamam Clarifies He Didn't Suffer Heart Attack, Says He's Fine After Angioplasty

"I went to the doctor because I felt a bit of discomfort. It wasn't even close to the heart area, but the stomach. Had I delayed getting it checked out, doctors said the heart could have been damaged," former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul- Haq said.

Terrorists
Pakistan Home To 12 Foreign Terrorist Outfits: US Congressional Report

Pakistan has continued to serve as a safe haven for certain regionally focused terrorist groups, and has allowed groups targeting Afghanistan ... as well as groups targeting India ...to operate from its territory .

Baloch Liberation Army Blows Up Mohammad Ali Jinnah Statue In Gwadar
Baloch Liberation Army Blows Up Mohammad Ali Jinnah Statue In Gwadar

Earlier, the Baloch Liberation Army had claimed responsibility for the bomb attack which killed four Pakistan security personnel in Balochistan on September 25.

chandipur-itr
DRDO Espionage Case: Female Operative Hacked Mobile Phone Of Accused For 8 Months

The Crime Branch said that the elusive female operative in the spy ring, who is said to have honey trapped five employees of the DRDO for obtaining crucial intelligence about the high security defence installation, had managed to hack the mobile phone of one arrested accused for a protracted eight month period.

India Denounces Pak
India Denounces Pak As Supporter Of Terrorists, Suppressor Of Minorities

Responding to Khan's claims about treatment of minorities in India, Dubey said-pluralism is a concept which is very difficult to understand for Pakistan which constitutionally prohibits its minorities from aspiring for high offices of the State

Five million Chinese will be working in Pakistan in next 4 years
Five Million Chinese Will Be Working In Pakistan In Next 4 Years

To meet the health needs of these Chinese nationals, a collaboration between the Pakistani and Chinese medical universities, research institutes and biotechnological firms under the China Pakistan Health Corridor (CPHC) is being enhanced

New Zealand Call Off White-Ball Tour Of Pakistan Because Of Security Concerns
New Zealand Call Off White-Ball Tour Of Pakistan Because Of Security Concerns

After a period of uncertainty and chaos caused by the delay apart from rumours New Zealand have called off their white-ball tour of Pakistan due to security concerns.

Pan-India Raids To Nab Suspected Terror Module Mastermind Humaid
Pan-India Raids To Nab Suspected Terror Module Mastermind Humaid

Osama and Zeeshan Qamar were imparted the training of making bombs and IEDs and committing arson with the help of daily use items in a town named Jioni which is near Gwadar port of Pakistan.

Taliban Commanders
3 Top Taliban Commanders May Be Sidelined Due To Fraught Relationship With Pakistan

Three Taliban commanders with significant military presence may have been sidelined because of their fraught relationship with Pakistan

CIA Chief Holds Important Meetings With Pak, India on Afghanistan
CIA Chief Holds Important Meetings With Pak and India on Afghanistan

In view of the developing situation in Afghanistan with the interim Taliban government being questioned broadly by the western countries, including the US, CIA Director Willian Burns flew to Pakistan and India recently to have important meetings and consultations on the way forward for the war-torn nation.

Afghan Nationals In Delhi
Afghan Nationals In Delhi Protest Against Pakistan

Among the protesters was 8-year-old Mohammad Ilyas, who said, "I am fighting for my country. We have helped other countries in difficult times, but they did not help us in difficult times."

Trade Along Pak-Afghan Torkham Border Gushes After Taliban Takeover
Trade Along Pak-Afghan Torkham Border Gushes After Taliban Takeover

When asked about how he feels about the takeover of the Taliban in Afghanistan, Shinwari said that for the moment, lives are coming to ease as thousands of families living along the border on both sides, banks on the trade movements and activities.

Pakistan Seeking World's Support For Taliban
Pakistan Seeking World's Support For Taliban

"If Afghanistan is left alone, that would be a disaster for everyone," he said, stressing the need for remaining engaged with a country that has been at war for the last four decades.

Taliban's First Comment On Kashmir: Pak, India Should Sit Together To Resolve Outstanding Issues
Taliban's First Comment On Kashmir: Pak, India Should Sit Together To Resolve Outstanding Issues

About ties with countries, particularly India, Mujahid said the Taliban desires good ties with all nations, including India that is an important part of the region.

Maharaja Ranjit Singh's Statue Vandalised Once Again In Pakistan
Maharaja Ranjit Singh's Statue Vandalised Once Again In Pakistan

The statue, which was unveiled at the 'Mai Jinda' haveli in Lahore in June 2019, was earlier vandalised by radical Islamists in August 2019 and then again in December last year.

Taliban Attack On Afghan Provincial Capital Foiled, 20 Militants Dead
Taliban Attack On Afghan Provincial Capital Foiled, 20 Militants Dead

The Taliban have received men, weapons and explosives but also direction from across our southern frontiers, which is Pakistan, said Ahmad Shuja Jamal, head of international affairs at Afghanistan's National Security Council.