At least 18 dead, hundreds hurt as quake hits eastern Turkey
Thirteen people were killed in Elazig and five more in the neighbouring province of Malatya, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said after rushing to the region with other ministers to oversee the rescue operation.
Trade halt between India and Pakistan worries traders in Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir
A recently published book assessing the impact of ongoi...
For backing Pakistan, trade with Turkey under scanner
After Malaysia, Turkey is on the govt’s radar for possible trade curbs for interfering ...
Pak hand suspected in fake letter to Jaishankar
The Indian establishment suspects Pak’s hand in a fake letter ‘signed by members of the Indian community in Iran’ and addressed to foreign minister Jaishankar ahead of Tehran visit. The letter claimed that the community was concerned over the Citizenship Amendment Act and protests in India and wanted to meet Jaishankar to voice concerns.
Pakistan says trade with India plunges significantly
The State Bank of Pakistan data in the first half of 2019-20 fiscal starting from July 1 showed that Pakistan's exports to India during the period came in at an insignificant USD 16.8 million as compared to USD 213 million in first half of 2018-19, Dawn news reported.
Pakistan to remain in FATF grey list, black listing looks unlikely
Pakistan is learnt to have convinced FATF members that it would swiftly complete its action plan.
EC asks Twitter to take down Kapil Mishra's tweet likening Delhi polls to India vs Pakistan contest
The Election Commission's action came after the office of the Delhi Chief Electoral Officer wrote to the EC to remove the tweet posted by Mishra on Thursday, EC officials said.
Pakistan defends Chinese investment after U.S. official's criticism
While Pakistan has continuously defended Chinese investment, it has also attempted to mend relations with the United States. Prime Minister Imran Khan and U.S. President Donald Trump have held at least three one-on-one meetings over the last six months, the latest on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday.
Pulwama encounter: Slain terrorist identified as 'most wanted' JeM member from Pakistan
A close associate of JeM self-styled chief commander Qari Yasir of Pakistan, who was killed in an encounter with security forces in Kupwara district in July 2013, Abu Saifullah was trapped along with his local associate during a search and cordon operation at Zaintrag village in the Awantipora area of Pulwama on Tuesday morning, he said.
Pakistan conducts successful training launch of nuclear-capable ballistic missile
"The training launch was part of Field Training Exercise of Army Strategic Forces Command aimed at rehearsing operational readiness procedures during day and night," the ISPR, the media wing of the army, said in a statement. The 'Ghaznavi' missile is capable of delivering multiple types of warheads upto a range of 290 kilometers, the statement said.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan mum over treatment of Uighurs by 'good friend' China
Despite the global outcry over China's treatments of its minorities, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has chosen to remain tight-lipped on...
India successfully test-fires K-4 submarine-launched nuclear capable missile
The missile, developed by the DRDO, has a range of 3,500 km and it will be able to bring almost all parts of Pakistan and several areas of China within its reach, officials said. The missile was test-fired successfully for the second consecutive time in the last five days off the coast of Visakhapatnam, the officials said.
Delhi polls: BJP's Kapil Mishra sparks controversy, says It's India vs Pakistan on Feb 8
BJP leader Kapil Mishra on Thursday termed the anti-CAA protest sites in the national capital "mini-Pakistan" and said the upcoming assembly...
FATF meeting: China says Pakistan made 'visible progress' to curb terror financing
The Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Asia Pacific Joint Group met in Beijing this week to scrutinise Pakistan's progress report to adopt stricter laws against terror financing and money laundering. China is the President of the FATF and co-chair for Asia Pacific Joint Group.
View: Talented immigrants make the U.S. richer, not poorer
In early 2018, President Donald Trump reportedly expressed a desire for more immigrants from Norway and fewer from countries such as Haiti, labeling the latter with an expletive. The POTUS has been pushing for immigrants to be kept out of the US, citing that they would be a strain on the nation. However, that is not the case, writes Noah Smith.
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