The Rise of the Pakistani Taleban and the Pakistani Unity

Pakistan, Sept. 25 -- As Zaid Hamid said, "It's not that we like the Taleban, but they are all we've got," (Leiven, 2011) .This statement was very important then and now also. Pakistan and mainly ISI ... Read More

Girls' education a must for their advancement

Peshawar, Sept. 25 -- The statement by Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai that as many as 20 million girls may never return to school even after the global COVID-19 crisis is alarming and triggers se... Read More

Nepal urges SAARC member states to explore all viable options to hold 19th summit

KATHMANDU, Sept. 25 -- Nepal, the present chair of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), has urged all SAARC member states to explore all viable options to hold the 19th SAARC ... Read More

No party member will hold unannounced meeting with military leadership: Nawaz

ISLAMABAD, Sept. 25 -- Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif reacted to reports of PML-N member Mohammad Zubair's meeting with army chief Gen Qamar Bajwa recently by prohibiting all PML-N members from me... Read More

State Property Management Fund to hand over Toyota Prado car from UN FAO to Ministry of Agriculture

Kyrgyzstan, Sept. 25 -- By the order of September 15, the Government instructed the State Customs Service to hand over the motor vehicle Toyota Prado 2009 to the Agriculture Ministry at therequest of ... Read More

Biden vows to address Indian-Americans' concerns on H-1B

Washington, Sept. 25 -- Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has vowed to address the Indian-American community's concerns related to the H-1B work visa, which President Donald Trump's administra... Read More

Enforced disappearances of Sindhi people by govt agencies continue unabated in Pakistan: World Sindhi Congress at UN

Geneva, Sept. 25 -- : Enforced disappearances of Sindhi people by Pakistan agencies continue unabated in the country and abduction is used as a tool to spread terror among the minority communities, sa... Read More

SL Army's Unibuffels in Mali for UN peacekeeping mission

Sri Lanka, Sept. 25 -- Nine modernized Unibuffels, an improved version of Unicorns manufactured by Sri Lanka Army, have reached Mali and the United Nations peacekeeping missions have conducted the tri... Read More

Kim Jong-un 'Apologizes for Killing of South Korean Official': Report

World, Sept. 25 -- North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has issued a rare apology for the killing of a South Korean official, according to the South's presidential office. South Korea has said the 47-yea... Read More

'ISI-China nexus pushing arms inside JK'

New Delhi, Sept. 25 -- Pakistan has been instructed by China to push large quantities of arms and ammunition into Jammu and Kashmir to sponsor increased anti-India activity and unrest amid the border ... Read More