Defence minister said the govt won't hesitate in launching an operation this month if the ceasefire was violated.
Nisar told the Senate that 1,710 people have been killed since 2008 in incidents of sectarian violence across Pakistan.
Meanwhile, PM Nawaz Sharif has taken notice of the deaths in Thar and has ordered NDMA to provide aid and assistance.
Shelling in Fallujah, for more than two months, and a shooting targeting a local official killed seven people.
India's SC rejected another proposal by the Sahara conglomerate to secure the release of its jailed chairman.
A motorcycle bomb blasted in a crowded market in the country's south, killing five people and wounding eight.
An Indian navy officer died and some other workers have been sickened by a gas leak in a ship being built in Mumbai.
The meeting decided that airstrikes on militant hideouts would continue if military installations were attacked.
"The Lords don’t come looking for the lost in cloaks and headsets. They come looking for a place in your heart ..."
“How do you feel?” anguished families are asked, largely because news channels have lost their credibility to empathise.
In a country consumed by the powers of mysticism, absolute devotion can only stem from a miracle.
“If Sri Lanka and Pakistan got together to work against these policies, I am sure we could have made a big impact.”
Sri Lanka, who will meet Pakistan in Saturday's final, overcame some early hiccups to win by three wickets.
The local currency overpowered the US$ on Thursday, forcing the greenback to shed value in both inter-bank,open markets.
Pakistan’s exports to EU grew by 33pc under trade preferences on 75 products, commerce ministry said on Thursday.
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Non-finance Internet firms offer such products online through partnerships with fund managers.
“There are new steps we will take in that sphere after March 30... including a ban (on YouTube, Facebook).”
Each landed eight nominations for the MTV Movie Awards on Thursday.
‘Ismat Apa ke Naam’, directed by Naseeruddin Shah, is conventional theatre with a splash of unconventionality.