Condolences on demise of Director Circulation at Dawn pour in.
PM Imran meets world leaders, including Turkish and Iranian presidents, on sidelines of UNGA in New York.
FO rejects Indian army chief's statement on Balakot, calls it a tactic to mislead international community
Gen Bipin Rawat, without providing evidence, had claimed a militant camp in Balakot had been "reactivated".
FM Qureshi says there can be no peace in South Asia as along as the Jammu and Kashmir dispute remains unresolved.
"Pakistan by joining the US after 9/11 committed one of the biggest blunders," says Imran Khan at CFR.
PM Imran at joint presser with Trump says US being the most powerful country has responsibility to act on Kashmir.
Crowds beat drums and chant slogans outside NRG Stadium, calling for an end to suffering of occupied Kashmir residents.
"The process of accountability will continue so that public's trust in institutions can be revived," CM says in a tweet.
Indian army spokesman terms the allegations as 'baseless'.
The MNA thanks "all those who raised their voice" for his release, especially Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
The global climate strike is inspired by 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg.
Before their visit, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend a special event at the Aga Khan Centre on October 2.
Mehbooba Mufti's daughter writes to Indian govt on her mother's behalf, seeks information on arrests
Says Mufti during her detention has had no access to newspapers, briefing from her party or staff.
Maj Adeel and Sepoy Faraz "fell victim to an IED planted by terrorists from across the border", says ISPR.
Youth lead the movement dubbed "Fridays for Future" which asks children to persuade adults to take the matter seriously.
PM had said anyone who attempts to cross over into occupied Kashmir to fight would be an enemy of Kashmiris, Pakistan.
The 32-year-old is currently residing with her sister in Brooklyn, where she has launched a research and advocacy group.
Says any unilateral action to change special status of occupied Kashmir is not acceptable.
Attack was aimed at destroying a hideout of Islamic State militants, but it accidentally targeted farmers: officials.
"Things that are forcefully imposed cannot be sustained," the special assistant to the prime minister concedes.