Imran Khan - Pakistan Politics News Headline

Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan: “I would never want to have a relationship where Pakistan is treated like a hired gun — given money to fight someone else’s war. We should never put ourselves in this position again.”Read More →

Taha Siddiqui - Pakistan News

Pakistan’s information minister, Fawwad Chaudhry, told Reuters his office was “trying to establish close coordination” with Twitter to curb “hate speech and death threats”, but did not directly respond to questions on the case of Siddiqui, and another activist who received two warnings, Gul Bukhari.Read More →

Aasia Bibi, Asia Bibi's Lawyer, Saiful Malook - Pakistan News

Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera reported that Malook passed through Rome en route to Amsterdam. James Masih said Asia Bibi’s lawyer, Saiful Malook, left Pakistan, without providing further details. Malook’s phone was switched off.Read More →

Imran Khan - Pakistan Politics News Headline

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said: “We feel that this a great opportunity for our country to progress, to attract investment. It gives us an opportunity to raise our standard of living, growth rate.”Read More →

Aasia Bibi, Asia Bibi - Pakistan News Today

Asia Bibi’s husband Ashiq Masih hailed Wednesday’s verdict.

“I am very happy. My children are very happy. We are grateful to God. We are grateful to the judges for giving us justice. We knew that she is innocent. My wife spent so many years in jail and we hope that we will soon be together in a peaceful place.”Read More →

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (R) meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has received official pledges of a six-billion-dollar loan to his country from Saudi Arabia, whose top leadership is involved in an international crisis of credibility over possible involvement in the killing of a Saudi dissident. Saudi Arabia pledged three billion dollars in foreign currency support for a year, and a further loan worth up to another three billion dollars in deferred payments for oil imports, to Pakistan, the Pakistani government announced in a statement on Tuesday.Read More →

Aasia Bibi, Asia Bibi for blasphemy allegations - Pakistan News

According to Bibi’s autobiography ‘Blasphemy: A Memoir: Sentenced to Death Over a Cup of Water’ the incident began when she went to retrieve a cup of water from a well during a hot day of fruit picking. “Now the water is unclear and we can’t drink it! Because of her!” the woman said. Several women called Bibi a “filthy Christian” and told her to convert to Islam.Read More →

Gulalai Ismail - Pakistan News Today

A leading Pakistani women’s rights campaigner was detained for nearly nine hours after landing in Islamabad Friday, activists said, sparking an outcry amid fears the space for dissent is shrinking. The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) detained Gulalai Ismail on her return from the United Kingdom, Ismat Shahjahan, another activist who went to pick her up at Islamabad’s airport.Read More →

Farooq Haider Khan - Pakistan News

Farooq Haider Khan, the prime minister of the Azad Kashmir region controlled by Pakistan, said his civilian helicopter was fired upon by Indian army from across the “Line of Control”, which acts as a de facto border between the two countries.

“The Indian army fired to show that Pakistan had violated their airspace,” Farooq Haider Khan’s office said in a statement, but added “when the firing took place, we were within our own airspace.” Read More →

Imran Khan - Pakistan Politics News Headlines

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said: “Disappointed at the arrogant and negative response by India to my call for resumption of the peace dialog. However, all my life I have come across small men occupying big offices who do not have the vision to see the larger picture.”Read More →

Pakistan’s army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa

Pakistan’s army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa began a three-day visit to China on Sunday, Pakistan’s military said, days after a Pakistani minister stirred unease about Chinese Silk Road projects in the South Asian nation. “During the visit COAS will interact with various Chinese leaders including his counterpart,” Major General Asif Ghafoor, the military spokesman, tweeted late on Sunday.Read More →

Pakistan Nuclear Power - Pakistan News

India will likely be unsettled by the news its arch-nemesis Pakistan is being tipped to become the fifth largest nuclear power in the world. US researchers have branded the development “concerning.” “This development has created considerable concern in other countries, including the United States, which fears that it lowers the threshold for nuclear use in a military conflict with India,” the ‘Pakistani nuclear forces 2018’ report reads.Read More →