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Pakistan to shoot down US drones, PAF Pakistan Air Force Chief has confirmed that orders to shoot down US Drone on violations have been received.

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Tehrik i Labbaik was formed by me, Jalali.

 Already heading Tehreek Siraat-i-Mustaqeem, Dr Jalali claims that he had formed Tehreek-i-Labbaik the day Mumtaz Qadri — a police guard who killed former Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer — was hanged on Feb 29 last year.

Hafiz Saeed Released Pakistan has released Hafiz Saeed a cleric who had been using Human Rights excesses in Kashmir as his agenda to exploit sentiments against India.

Donald Trump Reminds Pakistan of “Tremendous Advantages” US administration had extended support to successive dictators in Pakistan over the years. The incumbent President just have something in mind.

Privacy of Mobile users in Pakistan threatened VEON holds the power to radically alter consumer privacy vis-ŕ-vis mobile communication.

Pakistan US Relations at the Lowest Recent statement of the US President has raised concerns in Pakistan's ruling class for stopping the aid. People of Pakistan finally take a sigh of relief

Nawaz, the Sharifs and the League defiant so far! 'Ms Maryam Safdar has submitted fake/falsified documents to the JIT, which is a criminal defence' observed the JIT. The League has decided to defend this and other observations by the Investigation team...

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.

Pakistan's Media - a hush-up on over 150 causalities. Pakistan's media showed a callous indifference when some 150 odd spectators were killed or injured on Friday 5 May 2017 at Bahria Town in the capital city. 

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

The Economist magazine reports Pakistan's state denial... 


Pakistan's Failed Foreign office frustrates PM over Kashmir. Coming down hard on the United Nations, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said the denial to the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) of right to self-determination is ‘one of the persistent failures of the UN’.

Obituary: Mehdi Hassan

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Imran Khan tells Time magazine he suggested his friend on betting in 1992!

Pakistani Parliament Demands End to Drone Strikes

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