Qureshi says Pakistan backs a durable solution of Afghanistan's conflict through an Afghan-led, Afghan-owned peace process.
Pakistan’s envoy to UN says Modi's speech was divorced from the reality of an India "locked in disputes with all its neighbours".
Former foreign minister was in coma since 2014.
Farmers' organisations fear one of the laws can disrupt wholesale markets which ensure fair and timely payments to farmers.
Premier warns against regional spoilers, says Pakistan will not know real peace until there is peace in Afghanistan as well.
Mushaal Hussein Mullick lashes out at Indian forces for killing innocent Kashmiris in fake encounters.
In address to UNGA, Indian PM makes no direct mention of climate change or of India's border tussle with China.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s govt has defended the bills as reforms to help rid the agriculture sector of antiquated laws.
Says Pakistan is ready to "fight for its freedom to the end".
The regional bloc has been more or less dormant in an era in which neighbours are exceedingly dependent on each other.
Zahra is the 12th journalist to receive the Peter Mackler prize.
FM highlights need to adopt a regional approach through Saarc platform to tackle challenges facing the region.
"Deeply appreciate President Erdogan once again raising his voice in support of the rights of the Kashmiri people," says PM Imran.
“The Jammu & Kashmir and Palestine disputes are the organisation’s most glaring and long-standing failures," he says.
Pakistan Hindu Council chief calls on FM Qureshi to discuss deaths of 11 family members in India's Jodhpur district
FM Qureshi says Pakistan has taken up the issue with the Indian side through diplomatic channels in Islamabad and New Delhi.
Taliban fighters' overnight assault inflicted a heavy toll that has left Afghan troops vulnerable to being overrun.
Outgoing Chinese ambassador says Pakistan's strategy of “smart lockdown” could be followed as a model by others.
In recent months Modi's govt has eased restrictions including on many train routes, domestic flights, markets, restaurants.
MPs had torn up copies of legislation, broken microphones, hurled copies of parliamentary rulebook and staged a sit-in protest.
For the first time, a senior Indian foreign ministry official is also participating in the military-level meeting.
Official says teams armed with specialised equipment and sniffer dogs are trying to rescue trapped people.