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Pakistan shuts down Afghan schools as it asks 1.7 million refugees to leave country by November 1

Since October, Pakistan's interim government issued a deadline of November 1 for over 1.7 million undocumented migrants in the country to depart.

Pakistan has decided to send its cricket team to India for the ICC Word Cup, says Pakistani foreign ministry

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan said that it has decided to send its Cricket Team to India to participate in the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup

Pakistan National Assembly to be dissolved on August 9: PM Shehbaz Sharif

As the five-year term of the government comes to an end, fresh elections will be held in Pakistan within 90 days. 

Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan says his party’s women workers are being raped in jail, seeks investigation into 9 May riots

Imran Khan emphasised that PTI is the only political party to actively encourage women's engagement in the political process and draw sizable numbers of women and families to public rallies.

Influencer Shayan Ali refuses to do ISI propaganda work against India, the Modi fan recounts the harrowing tale of how he had to leave...

Shayan Ali, who was born in Pakistan and well-versed in Urdu, pointed out that influencers including him were often approached by the Pakistan

Islamabad HC indicts former PM Imran Khan in Toshakhana case even as Pakistan Twitter posts rumours about his deaths: What is actually happening

Former PM Imran Khan has been accused of retaining gifts received by the Office of Prime Minister from other countries.

Cash-strapped Pakistan surrenders ‘unutilised’ Hajj quota to Saudi Arabia to save $24 million

This has been the first time that Pakistan had to surrender its Hajj quota, which shows the drastic impact of inflation in the country.

‘No funds even to conduct elections,’ Pakistan’s Defence Minister Khawaja Asif shares the severity of the country’s financial troubles

the Minister explained that the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) postponed them due to the deteriorating security situation and difficult economic conditions in the nation

Rich Pakistanis line up for Canadian coffee, giving record opening to Tim Hortons, while the poor struggle for wheat and fuel

Tom Hortons the Canadian restaurant chain launched its first store in Phase 6, DHA Lahore over the weekend.

‘Don’t beg, go with an atom bomb in one hand and Quran in other’: Islamist leader tells Pakistan Govt to threaten countries with nuclear...

TLP chief Saad Rizvi asked Pakistan govt to stop 'begging' in front of other countries and instead threaten them with a nuclear bomb and demand money

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