Aasia Bibi has left the country, confirms FO spokesman.
Pak Afghan Ties
Pak Afghan Ties
Media reports claim that President Ghani may visit Islamabad after Eid.
Two exchange views on matters relating to peace, security and prosperity in Afghanistan and the region, says PM office.
Foreign minister says SBP governor, FBR chairman shown door over their performance.
Chief of the Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa chaired the 221st Corps Commanders’ Conference at GHQ on Friday.
7 soldiers were injured while scores of terrorists were killed and injured, says ISPR.
Pakistan is hopeful its "sincere efforts" for peace in Afghanistan will prove successful, says Foreign Minister Qureshi.
"Nobody can defeat the friendly bonds between the two countries," says President Alvi.
Alice Wells lauds Islamabad’s efforts for regional peace, highlights need for cooperation to expand economic relations.
Zalmay Khalilzad and Alice Wells arrive in capital for delegation-level talks ahead of next Doha meeting with Taliban.
Export of goods to Afghanistan decline to $105.96m in March 2019, against exports worth of $166.85m in 2018.
"It is not right to seek an edge in dialogue through coercion," prime minister states.
Pakistan drops $500m WB-funded KPEC project.
Ali Muhammad Khan expresses hope that the hospital would be a "substantial contribution" to Afghanistan's health sector.
The premier stresses importance of intra-Afghan dialogue, reiterates desire for "good neighbourly relations" with Kabul.
Looking ahead, Pakistan needs to develop a geoeconomics framework of engagement with its neighbours and allies.
It marks the fourth time in about a month and a half that Kabul has demanded an explanation from Islamabad.
US wants to bring together all Afghan factions and begin discussions on lines of Moscow Format, says foreign minister.
Khalilzad arrives in Islamabad after Afghan visit; meets foreign secretary, foreign minister.
Former US envoy David Hale believes Pakistan can become major player in world economy.
Khalilzad will also visit Belgium, Britain, Jordan and Uzbekistan as he seeks global support for a peace deal.
Pakistani envoy summoned to discuss reported remarks by PM Khan that suggested Kabul should set up an interim govt.
PM Khan doesn't elaborate when and with which Taliban representatives his meeting had been fixed.
PML-N leader says Pakistan might not have ideal relations with Afghanistan if the Taliban come to power.
"Give Kashmiris the right to self-determination, and whatever they decide, Pakistan will accept."
If there is no Afghan reconciliation, the greatest impact will be felt by Pakistan.
A multiethnic democratic Afghanistan that protects the rights of all minority groups is the objective here.
Americans now want less to do in region, says scholar Vali Nasr at Adab Festival.
FO spokesman says no restrictions on Aasia Bibi’s movement.
Says matters between Afghan government and Taliban are "their business".