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Pakistan today appointed career diplomat Abdul Basit as its new High Commissioner to India, replacing former Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir. According to sources, Basit is expected to take over the assignment early next month. Basit joined the
Newly appointed British High Commissioner to Pakistan Philip Barton on Thursday described terrorism a big challenge for Pakistan and pledged to work jointly with the militancy-torn country to cope with the challenge. The British envoy also pointed
Pakistan on Thursday said it wants an early solution to the suspension of intra-Kashmir trade, so that the trade on this sector could continue. Foreign Office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam, in weekly briefing, said the issue is under discussion between
Even if AAP gets all-India traction, index of opposition unity can ensure a very different story on seats The recent India-Pakistan trade breakthrough was a long time in the making. Rail Bhavan fiasco signals that AAP's urban middle class base may
KARACHI: In a bid to strengthen bilateral relations, Pakistan and India Saturday decided to allow greater trade through land route, signalling a thaw in relations after a year’s standoff over military tensions on the border.
After a gap of more than a year, Commerce Secretaries of India and Pakistan will meet tomorrow to discuss trade-related issues and set the agenda for the ministerial meeting later this week. "Besides taking stock of trade relations, Commerce
The IMC, which is governing PCB's affairs, held its third meeting at the board's headquarters in Lahore on Thursday. Pakistan's participation in the Bangladesh tournaments was the top agenda of the meeting that was chaired by IMC chairman Najam Sethi.
Pakistan on Wednesday handed over a list of its nuclear installations and facilities to a representative of the Indian High Commission, at the Foreign Office. Article-II of the December 1988 Agreement on Prohibition of Attacks against Nuclear
slamabad: Despite severe opposition from the Pakistani side against the controversial Wooler Barrage in Indian occupied Kashmir, India restarts the construction work of Wooler Barrage that is believed to be against the Sindh Taas agreement,