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The country’s worst industrial fire killed more than 260 people in 2012. Victims’ relatives said the real culprits had escaped justice.


Pakistan’s military says a soldier has been killed overnight in the country’s northwest by fire from across the Afghan border.


In recent years, a record number of cases have been filed under blasphemy law introduced during British colonial rule.


Militants have stepped up attacks on security forces in northwest Pakistan raising fears of a revival of their insurgency and a return of lawlessness as brighter prospects for peace in Afghanistan herald shifting Islamis...


Pakistan has opened criminal investigations into 50 pilots and at least five civil aviation officials who allegedly helped them falsify credentials to secure licences, according to two senior government sources and cabin...


The Pakistan government has frozen a total of 964 assets of proscribed organisations Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JUD) and Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) as it takes action against elements involved in terror financing and money laundering a...


A steady decline in coronavirus cases led Pakistan to reopen universities and high schools. Students were put into two groups, which attend classes on alternate days.


At least three journalists in Pakistan have been charged for alleged sedition in the past week, raising concerns that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government is increasingly intolerant of media criticism.


The U.S. peace envoy for Afghanistan was in Pakistan on Monday to express his gratitude for Islamabad's role in helping launch the much-awaited negotiations between the Taliban and Afghan representatives.


One of two suspects arrested amid demonstrations over handling of probe into attack on mother travelling with children.

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