Trilateral foreign ministers’ forum to supplement arrangement
Rights groups say 197 people have been killed so far this year in violent incidents, among them 55 civilians.
Taliban leader vows to continue fighting until the complete withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan.
Modi's visit to US takes place amid uncertainty over the relationship because of differences on trade and other issues.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has not yet decided what to do with post.
A rural Indian settlement with little electricity or running water renamed itself “Trump Village”.
Worshippers suspected officer in plain clothes of spying on them
Movers argue since Pakistan failed to effectively curb terrorism, it no longer deserves US economic, military assistance
Indian cricket captain Mithali Raj shuts down reporter for asking who her favourite male cricketer is
"Do you ask male cricketers the same question?" Raj retorted in press conference ahead of upcoming Women's World Cup.
The officer was attacked by a mob that suspected him of being a government spy.
The deal to purchase of a naval variant of the Predator drone would still require approval by Congress.
Rocket carrying satellites from India and 14 other countries fired as part of international arrangement by the ISRO.
Jadhav in new confessional video claims RAW sponsored terrorist activities to disrupt CPEC, spread fear and panic.
SSP Kotli says Indian firing across LoC began without any provocation at iftar time.
As host to over two million Afghans, Pakistan expects gratitude, not hostility from Afghan government: Maleeha Lodhi.
Securing agreement on purchase of 22 unarmed drones seen as a test of defence ties that flourished under Obama.
15 men had been arrested following Pakistan's Champions Trophy final victory against arch-rivals India.
"If we put off all sporting ties until we solve our problems, that wouldn’t be wise," says Basit.
Arrests "another worrying sign of the erosion of freedom of expression in India", says Amnesty.
Guterres has met thrice with PM Nawaz and twice with Indian PM Modi.
While Aizaz Chaudhry urged for dialogue, reviving quadrilateral peace process, Mohib was not in a reconciliatory mood.