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Unsafe mining in Pakistan results in 7 deaths in a single day. Safety standards are commonly ignored in the coal mining industry in Pakistan, leading to accidents and explosions that have killed numerous mine workers in recent years.

Islamists hurl stones and shoes at Women's Day marchers in Pakistan. Islamists pelted campaigners with stones, shoes and sticks as they marched through Pakistan's capital on Sunday to mark International Women's Day.

Pakistan confirms two coronavirus cases, brings total to four. Pakistan confirmed two more cases of coronavirus on Saturday, bringing the total number of positive cases to four since Wednesday when the first two cases were reported in the country.

Turkish leader hold a meeting with President Arif Alvi followed by dinner. President Alvi apprised his Turkish counterpart of the "worsening human rights situation" in Indian-occupied Jammu & Kashmir and thanked President Erdogan for his "principled stand" on the issue of Kashmir.

PM Imran asks provinces to devise joint plan on food prices

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday approved the establishment of a National Demand Supply Cell (NDSC) aimed at monitoring the availability of essential commodities and instructed the provinces to formulate within a week a National Action Plan for keeping their prices in check.

India, Pakistan should brace for ‘TWIN INVASION’ of locusts from Horn of Africa & Iran, UN warns. Giant swarms of locusts may descend on both sides of the India-Pakistani border around spring-summer this year, a UN locust monitor said, amid an unprecedented plague already affecting the black continent.

Complex case of regional peace. DESPITE multiple rounds of dialogue between USA and Afghan Taliban, restoration of peace in unlucky war ridden land remains a far cry! It is not difficult to comprehend that durable peace in Afghanistan and revival of her pleasant bilateral relations with bordering neighbors will prove beneficial or harmful to which powers

The best weapon against an enemy is another enemy. Maverick PPP leader and former prime minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto introduced populist politics during the 1960s and 1970s. Being a man of many talents and abilities, he was also an avid reader of choicest books and his library at 70 Clifton in Karachi was declared one of the best in Asia.

Pakistan delays decision on movie that offended Islamists. Pakistan's government on Monday postponed its decision on whether to lift a ban on a movie that had offended hard-line Islamists in this Muslim-majority country, after asking a high council of clerics to weigh in on the film.

Pakistan pledges fullest support to intelligence sharing with Sri Lanka. Pakistan assured its fullest support to Sri Lanka to combat drug trafficking, terrorism and extremist activities through intelligence sharing.

Pakistan suspends direct flights to China as novel coronavirus claims more lives Pakistan is suspending all direct flights to Chinese cities days after four of its students tested positive for the new coronavirus. Similar measures have been taken in countries across Asia, Europe, and the Americas.

Pakistan conducts training launch of ballistic missile Ghaznavi: ISPR. Pakistan on Thursday conducted a successful training launch of surface to surface ballistic missile Ghaznavi, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement

PML-N’s stand on principal issues. Despite his serious indisposition and the Supreme Court-imposed lifetime disqualification, deposed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s status as the ultimate decision-maker in the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has remained undented.

Pakistan drops three spots on global Corruption Perceptions Index 2019 Pakistan ranked 120 out of 180 countries in the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) 2019 released by Transparency International on Thursday, slipping by three spots from the previous year's ranking despite increased anti-corruption efforts.

Faisal Vawda held US nationality at the time of filing election nomination papers: report. Federal Minister for Water Resources Faisal Vawda was a dual national at the time of filing his nomination papers to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to contest the 2018 general elections, The News reported on Monday.

Tycoon Malik Riaz booked in Rs100bn land scam. The National Accountability Bureau on Wednesday filed a reference against real estate tycoon Malik Riaz and many others for illegal allotment of an amenity plot in Karachi’s Clifton area where the Bahria Town built Pakistan’s tallest building, Bahria Icon Tower.

Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar appointed as the new DG ISPR. The outgoing DG ISPR, Maj Gen Ghafoor, took to Twitter to thank "everyone I have remained associated with during the tenure".

Wedding event at Lahore Fort causes public outcry. A wedding event was held at the 400-year-old royal kitchen of the Lahore Fort Thursday night in violation of the provincial government's regulations, causing a public outcry after which the Punjab government was forced to take action.

Special court formed for Musharraf treason trial 'unconstitutional', rules LHC. The Lahore High Court on Monday declared the formation of a special court — which heard the treason case against former dictator Pervez Musharraf and handed him a death sentence after finding him guilty of treason — as "unconstitutional".

Karzai calls on Nawaz in London, says 'happy to see him in good health'. Former Afghan president Hamid Karzai on Saturday visited former prime minister Nawaz Sharif at his London residence to inquire after the latter's health.

Wording of services chiefs bills sparks controversy A controversy has cropped up over the drafting of services chiefs bills passed by parliament on Wednesday: whether the bills have bestowed more discretionary powers upon the president to give his consent or not in case of reappointment of services chiefs and extension in their tenures.

Facebook blocks Radio Pakistan's live streaming: report. Screenshots from back in May and July shared on the Radio Pakistan website showed a warning message from Facebook, saying that "your post goes against our Community Standards on dangerous individuals and organisations."

A New China Military Base in Pakistan? Reports about Beijing trying to acquire another facility there could have significant consequences for the region.

Ex-Pakistan ruler Musharraf handed death penalty in treason case. A special court in Pakistan has sentenced former military ruler Pervez Musharraf to death in the high treason case. Musharraf is currently based in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

Pakistan loses 15 billion Rupees in wrong exploration attempt. Offshore drilling at the Kekra-1 site near Karachi has found no reserves of oil and gas, according to an official of the Petroleum Division.

Made in Pakistan. A country as conservative as Pakistan exports anal beads, gimp masks and padlockable penis cages, among other kinky wares, would shock locals; Pakistan's secret industry is booming

A cartoonist discloses Editorial controls in Daily Dawn. Rafiq Ahmed aka Fieca has disclosed that Zafar Abbas, the incumbant editor of Daily Dawn has imposed censorship in Pakistan's leading English newspaper. 

When Sehba Musharraf toasted with Indian Prime Minister When Musharraf visited India his wife was seen drinking alcohol with the Indian Prime Minister.

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