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No peace overtures expected between India and Pakistan

ISLAMABAD : An escalation between India and Pakistan is highly unlikely, but the upcoming change of command in the Pakistan Army and general elections...

Floods and economic crisis: A saga of Pakistan’s insensitivity

Islamabad : The worst floods in several decades have wrecked havoc in Pakistan, one of the most populous countries of South Asia. The floods...

Flood losses in Pakistan estimated up to $20bn

ISLAMABAD : The latest information suggests that economic losses and damages caused by the flash floods in Pakistan could range between $15 billion to...

5 mn feared sick in Pak’s flooded areas due to disease outbreak

Islamabad : Health experts in Pakistan have sounded the alarm regarding the outbreak of disease in flood-affected areas, estimating around five million people to...

Pakistan confirms peace talks with TTP, welcomes ‘indefinite ceasefire’

Islamabad : Pakistan has welcomed the ceasefire announced by the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), as the federal government for the first time publicly acknowledged...

Pak delegation in India for Indus Water Treaty meeting

New Delhi : A three-member Pakistani delegation has arrived in India for the annual meeting under the Indus Water Treaty (IWT) signed between the...

Congress leader demands release of Kashmiri arrested over allegation of cheering for Pakistani team

By Muslim Mirror Staff Congress leader Prof. Saifuddin Soz has written to home minister Amit Shah demanding release of the three Kashmiri students arrested over...

US not yet satisfied with Pakistan’s way of curbing terror activities

NEW DELHI:  The US State Department has slammed Pakistan in its just released country reports on ‘Terrorism 2020’. According to the report, Pakistan has...

‘US exit from Afghanistan leaves space for Pak-Turk leadership in region’

ISTANBUL:  The exit of the US from Afghanistan has created space for the leadership role of Pakistan and Turkey in the region, a scholar...

Pakistan FM Slams former govt for spoiling Kulbhushan Jadhav case

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has slammed the former Pakistan Muslim League–Nawaz (PML-N) government for spoiling the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav. “The...

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