Posts Tagged ‘Pakistan’

Iran naval chief visits Pakistan, discusses naval collaboration

IRNA — Commander Islamic Republic of Iran Navy, Rear Admiral Dr Hossein Khanzadi on Monday met his Pakistani counterpart Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi and discussed naval collaboration between the two states, a military statement said. Director General Public Relations – Pakistan Navy, Rear Admiral Arshid Javed in a statement said during the meeting at Pakistan […]

Avalanche following heavy snowfall kills 3 shepherds in Pakistan

   Three people were killed when they were hit by an avalanche in Phander valley of Ghizer district. According to police, Mirza Nazir Shahbaz and Mirza Hassan, all residents of Dalomal Phander, were at Chishi Nullah to bring their yaks on Wednesday when the avalanche hit them. The local volunteers and police personnel rushed to […]

Pakistan president lauds Ayatollah Khamenei for strong support on Kashmir issue

Tehran Times – Pakistani President Arif Alvi said on Friday that Islamabad is grateful for Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Ali Khamenei for his strong support for the just struggle of the people of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. During a meeting with Mehdi Honardoost, the outgoing Iranian ambassador to Pakistan, Alvi said that Pakistan […]

Pakistan tests nuclear capable Shaheen-I ballistic missile days after India’s Agni II launch (VIDEO)

The test announced on Monday and declared a success was conducted by the Army Strategic Forces Command (ASFC) to ensure “credible minimum deterrence” capability. Shaheen-I is a short-range solid-propellant ballistic missile with a reported range of 650km (404 miles) which has been in Pakistani service since 2003. It can carry either a conventional or a […]

Lightning strikes kill 18 people in Pakistan

Lightning strikes have killed at least 18 people and injured several more during a deadly night in Pakistan’s Thar desert, police said, describing the deaths as “unprecedented.” Thunderstorms and a heavy downpour caused havoc in several villages, destroying dozens of homes, in an unusual rainfall event that a meteorologist says could be linked to […]

Pakistan opens its doors for Sikh pilgrims as fears grow in India that intentions behind it are not so blessed

The two prime ministers, Narendra Modi and Imran Khan, stood at two sides of the border to facilitate the first batch of 500 Sikh pilgrims make a 4-km trek to the holiest of their shrines, Gurudwara Darbar Sahib, on Saturday. Also on Modi compares Kartarpur corridor opening & ruling on Ayodhya dispute to fall […]

Pakistan army supports PM Khan after massive protest

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Iran sympathizes with Pakistan over fatal train fire

Tasnim – Iran’s Foreign Ministry extended condolences to Pakistan over a fire at a passenger train that killed at least 65 people in the province of Punjab. In a statement on Thursday, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Mousavi offered his condolences to the government and people of the brotherly neighbor, Pakistan, over the deadly train fire. […]

India complains to world aviation body after Pakistan’s rebuff to Modi

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‘I always do what I promise’: Modi warns Pakistan he’s serious about using 100% of Indian river waters

“Once I decide to do something, I always accomplish that,” the PM told an election rally on Friday, slamming the opposition party for allowing a portion of India’s river water to leave the country. The water over which Haryana’s farmers have the right will not flow to Pakistan now. Also on ‘This water belongs […]

Imran Khan says Pakistan will push for Iran-Saudi mediation

Stating that Pakistan would like to avoid conflict in the region, Khan announced at a joint press conference with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran that he “would be happy to facilitate talks” with Riyadh. “The main reason I came here with my delegation is that we don’t want conflict in the region. Pakistan suffered […]

Pakistan says Khan could visit Saudi, Iran, after US mediation request

Reuters – Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan is likely to visit Saudi Arabia and Iran, the foreign office in Islamabad said on Thursday, weeks after Islamabad said Washington had asked it to mediate with Tehran. “The possibility of a visit of the prime minister to Saudi Arabia and Iran is on the cards and I […]

India accuses Pakistan of ‘weaponizing’ women’s rights for political gain

The conflict between India and Pakistan received an unexpected platform at the meeting on the Advancement of Women at the United Nations, becoming a subject of verbal sparring between female representatives of the two countries. READ MORE: Pakistani PM faces backlash online after predicting ‘bloodbath’ in Kashmir & threatening India with nukes at UNGA When […]

Taliban, US negotiators in Pakistan to try and resume talks

In a move to get the long-running tough talks going, the co-founder of the Taliban militant group and Washington’s special envoy for Afghanistan have traveled to Pakistan. Mullah Baradar, at the head of the Taliban delegation, and Zalmay Khalilzad with his team arrived in Islamabad early Wednesday. Zabihullah Mujahid, the Taliban spokesman, said the […]

Annexation of Kashmir: Pakistan Just Warned the World About the 21st Century’s Munich Moment

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan‘s (PMIK) speech at the UN General Assembly last week was one for the history books and heralded the country’s rapid ascent as a globally significant actor. The South Asian leader touched upon the four main topics of climate change, anti-corruption, Islamophobia, and the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Indian-Occupied Kashmir (IOK), […]

Iran, Pakistan continue consultations in New York

IRNA — Foreign Minister of Pakistan Shah Mehmood Qureshi once again met with his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif at United Nations headquarters in New York on Saturday. According to a statement issued by Pakistan’s foreign ministry, both sides during the meeting discussed regional developments in line with both sides interests. Both Foreign Ministers decided […]

Brother who murdered ‘Pakistan’s Kim Kardashian’ receives life sentence for ‘honor killing’ that shook the country

Mohammad Waseem Baloch was found guilty of drugging and strangling his sister in July 2016. Six other defendants, including religious scholar Mufti Abdul Qavi and Qandeel’s other two brothers, Aslam Shaheen and Arif, were acquitted in the case. Wassem had initially confessed to killing his sister, arguing that she had brought shame to his family […]

Pakistan Threatened India With Nuclear War and No One Noticed

(TMU Op-Ed) — In a recent interview with Al-Jazeera, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan made some controversial statements regarding the use of nuclear weapons against India. First, Khan started off by saying he was anti-war—a “pacifist.” He then developed his stance, stating that “when two nuclear-armed countries fight, if they fight […]

5.8-magnitude quake kills 19, injures hundreds in Pakistan

An earthquake of magnitude 5.8 has shaken northern Pakistan, killing 19 people and injuring 300, government and police officials said. Media photos and video showed a collapsed building and cracks in roads large enough to swallow cars in Mirpur, a town on Pakistan’s side of the disputed territory of Kashmir near India. “At least […]

Pakistan ‘reactivated’ Balakot terrorist camp destroyed in February airstrikes – Indian Army

“Balakot has been reactivated by Pakistan very recently,” Army Chief of Staff General Bipin Rawat told reporters on Monday. The general said the camp in northeastern Pakistan was destroyed by Indian jets in February, but “now they have got the people back there.” These numbers keep fluctuating but I would say, yes – there are […]

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