Iraq orders 12 JF-17 fighter jets from Pakistan

Nation-states queue up for Pakistan-made fighter jets. After Myanmar, Nigeria, Malaysia, and Argentina, Iraq is set to buy JF17 block III. After several rounds of negotiations, Iraq's government approved the amount of 664 million USD for the purchase of 12 fighter aircrafts from Pakistan.

Saima Saleem hits back at India, makes Pakistan proud

In hard-hitting statements, Saima Saleem, Pakistan's delegate at UNGA, responded to Indian diplomat’s allegations against Pakistan in a befitting manner. She debased all claims by highlighting India’s involvement in 4 different types of terrorism.

US blind eye and depicting the rogue states

Despite such cosmetic appearances in international counter-terrorism efforts, according to the irrefutable evidence that Pakistan presented to the UN in 2020, India has been involved with the nexus of terrorist groups operating in Pakistan which proves that India cannot be trusted.

Haleem Adil Sheikh reacts to second marriage, son with PTI MPA

On Friday, news of the second marriage of the opposition leader of the Sindh Assembly emerged Friday. The news became the topic of discussion on social media. Haleem Adil Sheikh reacted to the frenzy and silenced the critics.

Pakistan’s abysmal performance on renewable energy production

The Asian Development Bank released its validation report of Pakistan’s Renewable Energy Development Sector (REDSI) programme on Saturday, September 25th. The Independent Evaluation Department (IED) of the ADB has declared the REDSI programme for Pakistan as unsuccessful, irrelevant and ineffective but sustainable.

West’s failure in Afghanistan no cause for celebrations: Germany

“Yes, we failed on many things in Afghanistan. But our failure should not be cause for schadenfreude for others,” Frank-Walter Steinmeier, President of Germany, said in his address at the UN General Assembly in New York.

Pakistan wants envoy of old Afghan govt. to leave UN?

The NY Times reported FM Qureshi said that the UN ambassador from Afghanistan’s toppled government had no standing. In this regard, FM Qureshi said Mr. Isaczai’s right to represent Afghanistan at the UN was not defensible because his government collapsed.

The dynamics of subcontinental terrorism before and after Taliban takeover

The perception of the Afghan Taliban’s total takeover of the country amid a humiliating U.S. withdrawal is iconic for jihadis, and it is likely to substantially bolster their morale and strength and have the ability to change the dynamics of global terrorism.

“Huawei’s princess” freed in Canada after deal with US prosecutors

Meng Wanzhou -- the 49-year-old daughter of Ren Zhengfei, the billionaire founder of world-leading telecoms equipment supplier Huawei -- was granted release in a Vancouver court hearing after three years of house arrest in Canada while fighting extradition to the United States.

English footballer Michael Owen becomes Pakistan’s football ambassador

As the ambassador, Owen will take the reins of Pakistan's football to help devise a strategic partnership program by uniting the nation with the might of football in England. The footballer will cross-promote and develop football between UK and Pakistan.

Fiery clash at UN as Pakistan, India trade extremism charges

"The hate-filled Hindutva ideology, propagated by the fascist RSS-BJP regime, has unleashed a reign of fear and violence against India's 200 million-strong Muslim community," PM Khan said. In response, an Indian diplomat accused Pakistan of sheltering terrorists.

Questioning the credibility of Pakistan’s election system

Muhammad Ayaz Khan thinks it has been a well-established reality that some leaders here have distorted the election system to advance their personal interests over the interests of the people and the state. This makes us question our faith in our system as it's getting exploited by the powerful.

Eyeing China, Biden seeks a free & open Indo-Pacific with Quad allies

In Biden's latest effort to cement US leadership against China, the so-called Quad agreed to move ahead on a joint plan for a free and open Indo-Pacific. "Free and open" has become code for expressing worry about swelling Chinese economic, diplomatic, and military presence.

Pakistan urges UN to take notice of Kashmir, Afghanistan situation

FM Qureshi urged the UN secretary-general to resolve the Kashmir issue in accordance with the UN Charter and Security Council resolutions. He also called for pressurizing India to achieve self-determination for the Kashmiri people.

UNGA: PM Khan rallies world to support Taliban govt.

The Taliban made many promises about how they would ensure human rights and prevent terrorists from waging attacks from Afghanistan. As a result, PM Khan urged UNGA leaders to incentivize the Taliban to “walk this talk.” With this happening, it will be a win-win situation for everyone.

Paris Club extends Pakistan’s debt payment deadline till December

Looking at Pakistan's commitment to managing the Covid pandemic, the Paris Club of creditor countries decides to extend Pakistan's deadline for debt payment. The country has until December to make the payment, the club said in a statement, without releasing a figure.

Modi says Biden agreed to monitor Pakistan’s role in Afghanistan

PM Modi held his first in-person meeting with Biden and then took part in a broader "Quad" summit with the leaders of Australia and Japan. During the talks, Modi told the leaders shared concerns about Pakistan's role in Afghanistan.

Taliban and US can be peace partners: PM Khan’s interview to Newsweek

PM khan while giving an interview to Newsweek said that Taliban, US and Pakistan collaboration can bring lasting regional peace as the spillover of militancy from Afghanistan is a looming threat for Pakistan and region as a whole.