Pakistan court annuls Musharraf’s death sentence

Lahore--Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf heaved a sigh of relief on Monday after the Lahore High Court (LHC) quashed the death sentence awarded by...

Overseas Pakistanis send home $9.3 billion in five months

Karachi--The State Bank of Pakistan governor on Friday said overseas Pakistanis were increasingly using informal channels to send remittances to the country. "We are seeing...

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Condemnable Nankana Sahib attack against my vision: Imran

Islamabad--Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday said that the recent attack on the on Nankana Sahib gurdwara in Punjab province goes against his...

Pak ISPR recruits youth for cyber propaganda war on India

New Delhi--Pakistan's Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), headed by Major General Asif Ghafoor, had been recruiting youths to spread propaganda against India on social media...

Pakistani filmmaker names Dawn CEO as his alleged rapist

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Ceasefire violations across LoC in 2019 doubled from 2018

BY SUMIT KUMAR SINGH New Delhi--Ceasefire violations across Line of Control (Loc) in Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistan Army nearly doubled in 2019 with around...

UN declares Malala decade’s ‘most famous teenager’

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Musharraf death sentence: Khosa’s legacy, old rivalry between judiciary and Army

BY AARTI TIKOO SINGH Islamabad/New Delhi--Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa's own professional legacy and the old rivalry between judiciary and army in Pakistan may have...

MIT historian Sana Aiyar sheds new light on the complexities of independence movements and...

By Peter Dizikes MIT News Office (Editor's note: This article is reprinted here from MIT News.) Independence movements are complicated. Consider Burma (now Myanmar), which was governed...

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