Interior secretary directed to submit details on the matter.
PAK US TIES
PAK US TIES
Lindsey Graham says US and Pakistan are now in "strategic partnership".
Pak, US discuss progress achieved in Afghan reconciliation process so far.
PM Khan, President Ghani agree to resolve all outstanding issues; COAS assures US envoy of efforts for stability.
US special envoy Khalilzad meets the foreign secretary and army chief during his fifth visit to the region.
Senior US official Lisa Curtis arrives in Islamabad for meetings, Khalilzad delayed due to change in itinerary.
US doesn't deserve as much importance as it is given in Pakistan because our economy does not depend on US aid: Khar.
US president tells envoy he wants to explore opportunities for two countries to work together and renew partnership.
In an exclusive interview, Siddiqui talks complexities in Pak-US ties, challenges faced, and Pak role in Afghanistan.
Important for Pak, US to figure out how to right relationship, continue to be strong allies, says US senator.
Khalilzad, who is leading an intra-agency delegation, will visit Pakistan, Afghanistan, India and China in 2 week trip.
Afghan president’s special envoy meets Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
Govt must protect own interests abroad, and at home it must be more transparent about financial assistance it receives.
US president says he wants to meet new Islamabad leadership in not-too-distant future.
Says he "wants to have a great relationship with Pakistan" but accuses Islamabad of "housing the enemy" in same breath.
A look at all the ups and downs in Pakistan's relations with key countries in the outgoing year.
Foreign minister says Pakistan has been successful in maintaining its neutrality.
Eric Swalwell believes most American lawmakers want to retain relationship with Pakistan.
Meeting in Abu Dhabi also attended by officials from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and host country.
Acknowledgement comes a day after PM Khan announced Pakistan has arranged talks between US and Taliban officials.
US official says purpose of economic engagement with Pakistan is to ensure it is not a failure, stops being poor.
While political considerations may be behind listing, more can be done for a tolerant atmosphere in Pakistan.
"The timing of the US move smacks of pure political blackmailing," says Mazari, the human rights minister.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi says govt making efforts to bring in foreign investment.
"Our relationship with China is not one-dimensional; we want a similar relationship with US," PM tells Washington Post.
Dr Faisal says there are no preconditions for Pakistan's cooperation for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan.
Lt Gen Kenneth McKenzie says as Centcom chief he will make Islamabad a priority engagement.
Official says United States has to make it “attractive” for Pakistan to cooperate.
US leadership looks forward to working with Pakistan for achieving a political settlement in Afghanistan, says envoy.
Seeks Pakistan's cooperation for Afghan peace talks with Taliban, talks of "renewing partnership".