US presses Pakistan to “decisively” stop cross-border terrorism

US presses Pakistan to “decisively” stop cross-border terrorism

  Washington, September 16 (NIA): The United States reminded Pakistan on Thursday, that its struggle with terrorism will not come to an end until it makes a decisive shift in its policy of tolerance towards externally-focused groups. Richard Olson, US Special Representative for Pakistan and Afghanistan, told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that the Obama administration had also conveyed this...

Pakistan and India using UN General Assembly session to highlight Kashmir and Balochistan issues

Pakistan and India using UN General Assembly session to highlight Kashmir and Balochistan issues

Muzaffarabad/New York, September 15 (NIA): Pakistan and India are using the UN General Assembly session to highlight their respective cases on the Kashmir and Balochistan issues. While Pakistan is accusing India of unleashing terror in that part of Kashmir held by it, India-inspired Balochistan groups are highlighting the alleged human rights violations of the Pakistan government in their land ,the...

At least 6 killed, 150 injured in train collision in Pakistan

At least 6 killed, 150 injured in train collision in Pakistan

Sept 15 (NIA) - At least six people were killed and over 150 injured when a passenger train collided with a freight train in Pakistan's central Punjab region in the early hours of Thursday, police said. The Awami Express, heading to Karachi from Peshawar, struck a goods train which was standing on the tracks after it had run over a man crossing the...

Brewing booze in Pakistan

Brewing booze in Pakistan

Rawalpindi, September 12 (AFP): At Murree Brewery, home of Pakistan's national lager, vintage copper boilers belch odorous fumes as they churn out 10 million liters of beer each year. Hundreds of tons of gin and whisky are stored in climate-conditioned cellars, shielded from the pummelling sun. Whether it's beer produced by the crateful in Murree's venerable red brick brewery ─...

Modi: India’s wannabe

Modi: India’s wannabe

Naveed Ahmad/Express Tribune Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not just the odd man out anywhere he travels, but he also suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). While attending the premier forum of international economic cooperation in Hangzhou, China, this week, he felt the urge to repeatedly single out Pakistan for its alleged role in terrorism. Vikas Swarup, India’s obedient civil...

Smash terror groups which attack your neighbors: US tells Pakistan

Smash terror groups which attack your neighbors: US tells Pakistan

Washington, September 7 (NIA): The US has told Pakistan that it must eliminate terrorist groups on its soil which target neighboring countries which are presently, India and Afghanistan. Speaking at the daily press briefing, the US State Department Deputy Spokesperson, Mark C. Toner, said that Washington has long encouraged and pushed for greater counterterrorism cooperation which includes the sharing of...

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