- PM Imran Khan trolled for hailing Pakistani cricket players in the US
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is on his maiden visit to the US and the trip is turning into a big disaster for both him and his country.
- World NewsImran Khan gets no welcome from American leaders at the airport
In a major embarrassment for Pakistan, not a single American official turned up to welcome Prime Minister Imran Khan when he landed at the United States airport on Saturday. Mr Khan was accompanied by foreign secretary Sohail Mahmood and commerce advisor Abdul Razzak.World NewsPakistan shuts 20 terror camps in PoK, no infiltration on LoC
Amid fear of getting blacklisted and a deadline approaching fast to take sturdy action against the terrorist organisations in the Pakistan, 20 terror camps have reportedly been shut in the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). Another data shows that there were no infiltration attempt and cross-border action on the Line of Control (LoC) during the summers.World NewsPakistan allows consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav
One day after the International Court of Justice ordered consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav, Pakistan made an official announcement that he can get the same.World NewsKulbhushan Jadhav case: ICJ orders stay on death sentence
In a big victory for India, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Wednesday ordered a stay on death sentence by Pakistani Military Court and ruled in favour of consular access.World News26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed arrested in Lahore
Mumbai terror attack mastermind and Jamat ud Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed has been arrested from Lahore while he was on his way to Gujranwala, said Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) of Punjab Police (Pakistan).World NewsUS house slams Donald Trump's racist 'go back' tweet
A divided United States House on Tuesday slammed President Donald Trump's racist tweet telling four minorities Congresswomen to 'go back' to their ancestral countries.World NewsKartarpur Corridor: Pakistan agrees to build bridge, allow visa-free travel to Indian pilgrims
In a big win for India, Pakistan has agreed to build a bridge to facilitate the movement of pilgrims along the Kartarpur corridor, the Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement Sunday.World NewsThe US to keep up pressure on Iran as nuclear deal falls apart
Vice President Mike Pence has said that the U.S. will keep up pressure on Iran as the nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and world powers appears to be falling apart.World News'False narrative': India slams UN rights office report on J-K
India on Monday slammed a UN rights office report over the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, asserting that it is merely a continuation of the earlier "false and motivated" narrative. India also mentioned that the report completely ignores the core issue of cross-border terrorism emanating from Pakistan.World NewsBritish Airways faces record fine over data breach
British Airways on Monday made an official announcement that they are facing a record fine of 183 million pounds ($229 million) for last year's breach of its security systems.World NewsNiqab banned at public institutions in Tunisia after terror attacks
Tunisia has banned wearing niqab at the public institutions for security reasons after terror attacks, said a report.World NewsLashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed booked for terror financing
Under immense international pressure, Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed has been booked for terror financing by the Pakistani authorities.World NewsIran 'playing with fire' with uranium enrichment, warns Trump
The US president Donald Trump issued a warning to the Iran after it announced that it had amassed more low-enriched uranium than permitted under its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers. He said that Tehran was "playing with fire."World NewsDubai's princess flees from UAE after breakup
Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, the sixth wife of Dubai’s billionaire ruler, has reportedly fled from the UAE with 31 million pounds and her two children after her breakup with the husband.World News'Kithana acha he Modi': Australian PM shares picture with PM Modi at G20 Summit
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison tweeted a selfie with his Indian counterpart PM Narendra Modi from Osaka on Saturday, where the G20 Summit is currently underway.World News"None of your business": Donald Trump tells reporters over talks with Putin
The US President Donald Trump once again left reporters red-faced after he said that his talks with Vladimir Putin during the G20 Summit in Japan are 'none of your business'.World NewsAir India flight diverted, escorted by fighter jets to London airport amid bomb threats
An Air India Mumbai-Newark flight has reportedly been diverted and escorted by the fighter jets to London's Stansted airport. A tweet, that has been deleted now, read that plane made a "precautionary landing due to a bomb threat".World NewsDonald Trump-Narendra Modi meeting: Tariff hikes by India 'unacceptable'
US President Donald Trump on Thursday said India's retaliatory tariff hikes for the US are "unacceptable" and must be withdrawn. Sharing his views in a tweet, Donald Trump claimed that he will discuss this with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.