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The 'clarification' came hours after Indian media quoted PCB chief as saying, “We would like to make India our home.”
“There's recruiting going on in Afghanistan, there's recruiting going on in Pakistan,” says General Campbell.
Salman said anyone linked to the attack, or who sympathises with it, will be brought to justice.
Wearing 250 tolas of gold on the streets of Peshawar is no mean feat, but 21-year-old Saleheen Khan does it with swag.
Ali Haider Gilani 'safe and sound', says Yousuf Raza Gilani.
Check out the most moving photos submitted to Dawn.com's Instagram account in the last 10 days.
District administration imposed Section 144 to maintain law and order leading up to the May 30 local body elections.
“We would like to make India our home. India will be more cost-effective,” says Shaharyar Khan.
Police found bodies in 17 abandoned camps where Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar were held.
A self-taught photographer Maryam Arif studied medicine by choice but got hooked seriously to photography in Arizona, US
Chefs of Avari Hotel, Lahore are probably among the best in the city & their prawn karahi and 'crème brulee’ prove that
The Fata press club is a haven for the pensive mind; an escape for a nimble pen that fears losing to a mightier sword.
Overnight landslide causes water levels to rise by 150m, villagers afraid artificial dam will burst, submerge homes.
Australian govt set to introduce new counter-terrorism citizenship changes.
Decade has passed since 2005 earthquake in Azad Jammu & Kashmir,no lessons have been learned and no precautions taken.
Canvassing for the upcoming local government elections has generated a huge economic activity in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Vendors sell substandard food items and spurious drinks outside schools and colleges in and around Peshawar.
The Bir-kot-ghwandai, also known as the Bazira of Alexander the Great, welcomes everyone who enters Swat valley.
Saudi Arabia’s top Sunni cleric on Saturday branded a deadly attack on Shias a bid to sow chaos.
"Marriage is the only salvation of young, wife-less Afghan men— and many cannot afford it."
Director of Helmand province's Joint Coordination Office, said that Taliban fighters attacked 10 police checkpoints.
Kejriwal summons emergency session to discuss the clipping of his powers to appoint and transfer officials.
Over 50 people, including two schoolchildren have been killed in China’s latest round of flooding.
Gold is an essential part of the bride's dowry in India and also a popular gift from family and guests at weddings.
Two men, who launched challenges to Sepp Blatter for the leadership of FIFA, targeted in an attempted blackmail scam.
Khedira told sports daily Marca that Real Madrid had decided he was no longer wanted.
For years and years — a full decade, in fact — Rafael Nadal ruled the French Open the way no one had ever dominated.
Kane Williamson’s century gave New Zealand a significant lead over England in the first Test at Lord’s on Saturday.
Finance Minister Ishaq Dar gives wide-ranging briefing to ambassadors, diplomats and leading business community.
SSU commandoes beat Mirza’s guards inside the SHC building and then turned to journalists covering the violent episode.
Stakeholders see money flowing from bank accounts towards equity, property, gold and other markets.
Third biggest amount of foreign property transactions $379 million came from Pakistani nationals in Dubai.
Faisal Mahmood was below 18 years of age when he was charged with murder on Jan 26, 1999, his lawyer is going to argue.
Pprospect for political complication in Clinton’s choice to use a personal email account evident in released messages.
Nisar says he stands by his statement that there were 60,000 to 70,000 unverified votes in various constituencies.
Health ministry official says summary moved to PM office to get Independent Monitoring Board’s recommendations
Tnterim pre-arrest bail of former home minister Dr Zulfikar Mirza and his 72 associates extended till June 2.
Headquarters of the Pakistan Rangers has become a place where violation of heritage law doesn’t attract any punishment.
Chenab Rangers hand over the dead body of an Indian woman that had floated into Pakistani territory.