The Pakistan Air Force now faces serious difficulties. Its frontline fighter, the JF-17, developed with the help of the Chinese, has maintenance problems that are getting worse every day.
According to the report, the Islamic nation is negotiating a deal to buy small drones from multiple Turkish companies to bolster its UAV fleet for deployment on the border with India.
To push its anti-India agenda on Capitol Hill, Washington DC, Pakistan has engaged two lobbying firms even as it struggles with a financial crisis at home and an image crisis abroad.
Days after reports of landmark talks between Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, diplomatic circles are rife with speculation that Pakistan could become the latest country to recalibrate . . .
A day after massive ceasefire violations, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday said that the world cannot remain indifferent or silent in the face of irrefutable evidence provided by his country of India’s direct involvement in terrorism inside Pakistan.
The Biden administration is likely to be pragmatic in its dealings with Pakistan, pressing Islamabad to act on terrorism related issues and support America's endeavours for peace in Afghanistan, according to a former top Pakistani diplomat.
Asserting that Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) has been suffering for the past 73 years under Pakistan colonialism, human rights activist Amjad Ayub Mirza on Wednesday urged the US President-elect Joe Biden to “heal” the “wounded people . . .
AJK President Sardar Masood Khan has said the Islamic renaissance could only save Muslims in Southeast Asia.
Pakistan and its Washington based allied groups are pushing the agenda to team-Joe Biden that it was going to recognise Israel in lieu of a favourable treatment by the new Biden regime, which ostensibly translates into an “anti-India” stance.
Pakistan is in the news again, this time over looming threats to the Imran Khan government from a surprisingly united Opposition.
India on Wednesday reiterated its support for Europe and the international community against terrorism and blasted Pakistan for clear collusion in fostering a level of radicalism and rabble-rousing.
Chairman of Senate Standing Committee on Interior Senator Abdul Rehman Malik on Tuesday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan, advising him for moving the matter of US-India Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA) . . .
The Islamic State group claimed a brutal shooting at one of Afghanistan's main universities Monday that killed at least 22 people.
Pakistan's controversial Interior Minister Brigadier (retired) Ijaz Shah, who is known for his links with terrorist groups, has threatened opposition parties of attacks by the Taliban.
The Pakistan government is mulling over registering a treason case against a senior Opposition leader for his controversial statement that the country handed over captured Indian Air Force pilot Abhinandan Varthaman to India under pressure, a top minister has said.