Around 2,000 insurgents attacked Ghazni from several directions on Monday, coming as close as five kilometres.
The dead militants belonged to a proscribed organisation and were operating in the Mastung area.
The women's cricket team wore this kurta-trouser set at social events and while travelling
Younis crossed Miandad’s tally of 8,832 runs with a huge six to become Pakistan's top run-getter in Tests.
The band capitalises on the nostalgic value of their latest album
The group's strategy is to spread its Hindu-first ideology to all corners of India.
Resolving matter through politics is the only solution that most suits interests of the Syrian people: People's Daily
Farmer who was shot dead in an attack claimed by IS had earlier converted to Islam, officials said.
In the session, 161 lawmakers on hand voted for the nuclear deal, while 59 voted against it and 13 abstained.
Any violation of this women-centric code of coduct will be punished with a fine of 10,000 Saudi Riyal.
Test your knowledge of the qawwali maestro's life and work on his 67th birth anniversary!
Saba Tariq returns home from India after undergoing treatment for a rare disorder; NGO raises funds for treatment.
"A sitting MPA asked me how a chura could become a minister. This hurt worse than memories of carrying muck as a child."
Health concerns prompt family to raise case for 74-year-old's release.
Latif South-1 well had gas throughput of 2,500 boe per day during testing, says Austrian company OMV.
The woman claimed she was raped but there is no FIR registered in any police station of Muzaffargarh.
Suspect was known to survivor, police say.
US military confirms dropping supplies to vetted opposition fighters but did not say which groups received supplies.
An alternate scenario lurking in India warns us that unguided popular anger could produce a Robespierre.
The Shaandaar actor revealed that she was inspired by the singer who died at an early age.
Hafeez was trapped leg-before wicket by seamer Ben Stokes for 98 in the last over before tea.
Organiser of Pakistani ex-foreign minister Kasuri’s book launch had ink thrown on him by Shiv Sena activists.
The play portrays the tiresome struggles of a young bipolar man Gulzar, who is repeatedly let down by society
Bodies of three women, three men and seven children have been recovered from beneath the rubble.
Mandviwalla accuses the government of ignoring a conflict of interest while making the appointment.
Mamnoon Hussain says construction of a 502km road had been completed under the CPEC project.
Obama administration was considering various options to end the nuclear race in South Asia, Washington Post reports.
Bhutto’s confidant Mark Siegel will be available for cross-examination in the first week of November.
Dar asks the overseas Pakistanis to submit proposals for the benefit of the overseas at the earliest.
Formation of peace committees comprising ulema and respectable citizens in sensitive areas suggested.
Ayaz Sadiq of the PML-N secure 74,525 votes, while his rival Abdul Aleem Khan of the PTI, who obtained 72,084 votes.
Preventing Khan from campaigning would violate Article 19 which ensures freedom of speech and expression, says Hamid.
Total of 11,009 IDP families repatriated during 12th phase which began Aug 31.
Security officials caution militant groups, affiliates homes will be razed, families arrested if they fail to comply.
Magistrate probing matter, seeks record of prison’s juvenile section.
Official says number of refusal cases and missed children has decreased considerably.
Suicide bomber who killed Punjab home minister, Col Shuja Khanzada, is believed to have stayed in the raided house.
Govt vision will make Pakistan one of top economies by 2047, says minister.
Christian community member files petition in IHC seeking Rangers’ protection for more than 20 churches.
Party counting on seat adjustments with PML-N, PTI and JI in nearly 20 UCs.