Pakistan reserves right for cross-border action against TTP: Bilawal
Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto, addressing the UN on Friday said that Pakistan would not tolerate cross-border terrorism by the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) or other terrorist groups and that the country reserved the right to take direct action against them.
Bangladesh approaches IMF after energy prices trigger crisis
The South Asian nation has experienced lengthy blackouts in recent weeks, sometimes for up to 13 hours a day, as utilities struggle to source enough diesel and gas to meet demand.
Taiwan’s air defense system get $95 million boost from US
Despite approval by the State Department, the notification does not indicate that a contract has been signed or that negotiations have concluded.
Abandoned items of US soldiers up for sale
After fleeing from Afghanistan in a hurry, many of US military items are being sold in black market and scrap shops in Kabul. Amongst these items are medals earned by the US soldiers for their service to the military.
How Pakistan & Qatar are spearheading a mission for Afghanistan
Qatar and Pakistan are actively involved in ensuring peace in Afghanistan as well as developing better bilateral relationships in the region in order to collectively grow and prosper both economically and socially.
Afghanistan is experiencing the ‘mother of all sudden stops’: Atif Mian
Pakistani-American Economist Atif Mian talked about the severity of Afghanistan’s economic situation and said that the country is experiencing “mother of all sudden stops”. He said that the Taliban’s ascend to power will be not as easy as more than two decades ago when the economy was much stable.
Bloodshed in Kashmir reminds of Britain’s bloody colonial past: Chinese FM spokesman
Lijian Zhao, the spokesperson for the Chinese foreign affairs ministry said on Friday that in order for Britain to absolve itself of its “bloody...
Pakistan’s unusually strong diplomacy: FM Qureshi minces no words in exposing Israel’s inhumane oppression of Palestinians
Islamabad: Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Shah Mahmood Qureshi at a virtually held emergency meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation's (OIC) Executive Committee held...
Indo-Pak Intel Officials’ Backchannel Talks: A Case for Cautious Optimism
The ceasefire agreement, reached between the Directors General of Military Operations of Pakistan and India late February along the Line of Control (LoC), caught...
Blast rocks Quetta’s Serena Hotel, TTP claims responsibility
A four-star hotel in Balochistan’s capital Quetta was rocked by a blast late on Wednesday night. While the nature of the blast is yet...
Pakistan says no trade with India until it reverses Aug 5th action
Only a day after the federal cabinet’s Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) decided to restore trade ties with India, paving way for Sugar, cotton and...
Can Biden afford dragging South Asia towards strategic instability?
The United States emerged as the wealthiest nation from World War II and shaped a “rules-based order,” which is under stress with China’s steady...