Earlier today, PM Nawaz apprised Susan Rice of reasons behind cancellation of talks between India and Pakistan's NSAs.
Planes pounded militant hideouts in Shawal and destroyed infrastructure and ammunition depots managed by terrorists.
Susan Rice will hold important talks with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif tomorrow.
“Such reports have the effect of diverting attention from the exponential rise in India’s fissile material stockpiles.”
Several others were wounded in the attacks while houses have reportedly been damaged on both sides of the border.
Says Article 6 “virtually redundant”; laws and constitutional amendments do not guarantee protection of democracy either
No proposal under consideration for meeting between PM Nawaz and his Indian counterpart, FO spokesman says.
UNHCR has facilitated the return of over 50,000 registered Afghan refugees this year.
Pakistan likely to take up matter of firing at LoC and other border issues during the meeting.
“Books about Pakistan have universally miserable and depressing titles.”
Bilawal spearheading a campaign to meet local party workers in Punjab and KP to revitalise the party in the areas.
The military had begun a ground offensive against militants in North Waziristan's Shawal Valley on Thursday.
General Raheel Sharif and Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman discuss operational coordination during meeting at GHQ.
ISPR says rocket was fired from Afghanistan, army retaliated.
Earlier today Indian foreign minister had said meeting between NSAs will only discuss issues related to terrorism.
"Pakistan will not drop Kashmir from its agenda nor will it cancel the meeting with Hurriyat leaders."
According to ISPR, 28 terrorists were killed in North Waziristan's Shawal area and 15 in Gharlamai.
Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani along with separatists Yasin Malik and Mirwaiz Umer Farooq have been freed.
Pakistan will procure four Mi-35 attack helicopters from Russia after a deal that had been in the works for over a year.
Janan Mosazai was called in by Aizaz Chaudhry to convey Pakistan’s concerns over allegations levelled by Afghan govt.