ISLAMABAD: The Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar may visit Pakistan in first week of March for talks and all issues including Kashmir will be part of the dialogue.
RIYADH: Female TV anchors in Saudi Arabia may soon be faced to adhere to a uniform dress code that does not amplify their beauty, Saudi media reported.
ISLAMABAD: Afghan Taliban have denied the reports that they were willing to hold talks with the United States, saying these are false and fabricated.
RAWALPINDI: Pakistan has always supported reconciliation between Afghan Government and Afghan Taliban to bring lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan, a statement issued by ISPR said, Radio Pakistan reported.
KABUL: Senior Pakistan army official said on Thursday that Afghan Taliban has signaled that they are willing to open peace talks earlier next month, and now first session of talks would be held today in Qatar, Reuters reported.
NEW DELHI: India’s Deputy Inspector General of the Coast Guard on Wednesday denied reports which said that he had admitted to have ordered for a Pakistani boat to be blown up in the Arabian Sea on New Year’s eve, local media reported.
NEW DELHI : Indian official finally admitted that their Coast Guard blew up the Pakistani boat on the night of December 31, 2014, local media reported on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON: U.S. president Barack Obama has given the permission to sell the armed drone for the first time, local media reported.
KABUL: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Raheel Sharif and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani appreciated improving relations between the two countries in a meet up held in Afghanistan, DG ISPR said on his tweets.
LONDON: Former British premier and United Nations Envoy for Global Education Gordon Brown has proposed a foolproof security plan for schools in Pakistan, BBC reported.