The Punjab chief minister called on the Indian prime minister, shortly after his arrival in New Delhi on Thursday.
Leaders in Catalonia promised to hold a vote on breaking away from Spain, but the national govt has vowed to block it.
Addressing the SDPI conference, the finance minister said the govt has taken some unpopular steps to revive economy.
Abdul Quader Molla's execution is expected to inflame tensions amid reports of fresh clashes soon after the announcement
India lost the series 2-0 after rain prevented the tourists batting in the third match which was declared a no-result.
Opener Sharjeel Khan, who is also part of the T20 squad, earned a place in the squad along with Asad Shafiq.
The Foreign Office spokesman said news reports regarding threats made by the US defence secretary are baseless.
PM Sharif congratulated the nation over the award which grants Pakistani products a duty free access to European market.
Ansarul Mujahideen, a little known militant group linked to the umbrella TTP, has claimed responsibility for the attack.
If Pakistan, currently fourth, win on Friday they will displace Sri Lanka as number one team in the T20 rankings.
An application was submitted by Federal Interior Secretary in the office of registrar of special court in Islamabad.
Asian markets eased Thursday as investors looked to next week's Fed Res policy meeting regarding its tapering concerns.
The NSA chief said he knows of no better way his agency can help protect the US from foreign threats.
A crash involving several cars in central Iran has killed 15 people, including 11 Afghans.
The deal to supply FA-50 aircraft also includes training for Iraqi pilots and other support for the Iraqi Air Force.
AC Milan, Borussia Dortmund and Arsenal made it to the last 16 sides in the Champions League.
General Raheel Sharif said that 20,000 Baloch youths became part of armed forces during the past few years.
Lawmakers from ruling bloc endorsed the plan, which would create a “Dynamic Joint Defence Force,” an official said.
The US voiced concern about a ruling by India's Supreme Court which reinstated a colonial-era ban on gay sex.
Deputy spokesman for the NDS, says the bomb was part of a weapons cache that was seized from insurgents.
Chief Justice Jillani took his first suo motu notice against the leakage of Full Court Reference proceedings footage.
Under Abhisit's government, more than 90 people died and nearly 1,900 were wounded in street clashes in the capital.
A roadside remote-controlled bomb planted on a motorbike went off near a Rangers' mobile, wounding seven of them.
Almost 230 million youngsters have no birth certificate, which puts them at a disadvantage for procedural matters.
After a pause on Tues, stocks resumed the rally on Wed with KSE-100 index up by 94.22 points to settle at 24,972.90.
There is resistance in the country hindering closer economic ties with India.
Car sales went up in July-November 2013-14 despite an increase in the selling price, with 45,666 units being sold.
The govt raised Rs512bn on Wednesday by auctioning t-bills taking its total borrowing from private banks to over Rs1tr.
The Ministry of Industries and Production has made it mandatory for transporters to get their loads weighed by the NHA.
Federal govt assured Sindh that it would encourage investors to invest in Thar Coal project through federal entities.
Pakistan chastised the United States on Wednesday over its threats to hold up coalition support fund reimbursements.
The unpaid bills of power companies have again piled up to a precarious level of Rs216 billion in less than six months.
The wicket-keeper batsman followed up 135 and 106 with 101 as South Africa settles for a 2-0 series victory over India.
The series is part of the team's development programme ahead of the 2015 World Cup.
They urged PM Sheikh Hasina to stress the need for talks with the opposition to resolve the country's election standoff.
Time magazine said that in nine months as head of the Catholic Church Pope Francis had become a new voice of conscience.
Europe's main stock markets climbed on Wednesday as investors cheered a long-awaited deal on US budget, analysts said.
The Supreme Court “dismissed” Abdul Quader Molla's appeal for a final review of his death sentence.
Holders Bayern's record-breaking run of 10 consecutive Champions League wins came to an end at home.
The court set aside a landmark lower court decision in 2009 which had overturned a colonial-era ban on homosexuality.
“Misbah was keen to have Umar for the ODI series...but it appears he will take some more time.”
Stocks' rally took a pause on Tuesday, when KSE-100 index pulled back by 120.21 points or 0.48pc to close at 24,878.68.
Overseas Pakistanis sent $6.4bn in remittances in 5 months of FY14, helping to protect the reserves from depletion.
The govt launched its charm offensive with banking industry to control ever sliding rupee & depleting forex reserves.
A government-sponsored bill approved in the Senate provides for regulation and consumption of marijuana.
The former heavyweight champion was forced to cancel appearances after discovering he is banned from entering Britain.
If this situation prevails, then any big tournament or participation of any big country will be under threat: BCB
The move also reduces the possibility of a championship being settled before the final race.
Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by three wickets in the first Twenty20 in a thrilling finish at the Dubai stadium.
Shinwari has been on the selectors' radar since early this year when he bowled with penetration in domestic matches.
"You look at the example of Jonathan Trott recently and you can imagine what our players are going through."
Australia rattled through England's final four wickets on Monday to complete an emphatic 218-run win.