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18 Oct 14 - Countries Pakistan News

Blasphemy, Pakistan and Ireland
At least 16 other people have been condemned to death in Pakistan under similar circumstances, but no execution has been carried out.

Pakistan FDI declines by 26 pc in FYQ2
“What should worry the government is that compared to neighbouring countries like India, Bangladesh and China, the size of the FDI in Pakistan is negligible,” analyst Intikhab Ali said. Figures reveal that Pakistan received just USD 169 million in FDI ...

Pakistan Demands Answers After Officer Is Killed on Iran Border
The border problems with Iran come as Pakistan is also facing growing tensions with India on its eastern border. In recent weeks both countries have accused each other of initiating shooting and mortar attacks along the disputed border of Kashmir. At ...

United Nations snubs Pakistan on Kashmir issue; refuses to intervene
UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan's latest efforts seeking UN intervention on the Kashmir issue have failed to draw any new response from the world body which reiterated that India and Pakistan need to resolve all differences through dialogue to find a long ...

Pakistan is on top! After terrorism, country dominates world with worst airport
New Delhi, Oct 18: It is proven fact now that Pakistan is a country where terrorists can easily live in peace, and world over people know about it.

Analyst: 'Pakistan is likely testing Modi's resolve'
Sumit Ganguly: It is hard to apportion blame. However, I suspect that it stems from the recent breakdown in talks between the two countries. Pakistani and Indian troops are said to regularly exchange fire along the disputed border. What are the main ...

United Nations ignores Pakistan bid to seek intervention on Kashmir dispute
A war of words between the two countries over the situation at the LoC took place last week at the UN General Assembly where India said that it was a “matter of deep regret” that Pakistan violated the ceasefire, in which eight people were killed and ...

Pakistan accounts for 80 per cent of polio cases: WHO
The World Health Organisation in its progress report held Pakistan responsible for failing to curb the surge in polio cases after the country reported 206 new cases this year, surpassing its earlier peak of 199 cases detected in 1999. “Pakistan remains ...

Malala and the Malaise in Pakistan
And while Ms. Yousafzai may be Pakistan's most high-profile victim of terrorism, she's far from alone. Parts of the country's commercial capital, Karachi, have become a virtual war zone. Terrorists and gang lords killed more than 3,250 people there ...

Jaimini Bhagwati: High stakes on Pakistan
As can be seen in the table, Pakistan is one of the largest countries in the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) grouping.

The Ebola crisis & Pakistan
Ebola may seem remote, but Pakistan has troops serving in UN peacekeeping missions in some of the countries a ffected.

China keen to invest in Pakistan's hydro energy, construction projects
They were also interested to cooperate with Pakistan in upgrading silk route to improve communication network between the two countries. He said that private sectors of both countries should improve direct communication to realise full potential of ...

Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai, Indian activist Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel Peace ...
1 of 3. Combination picture of this year's Nobel Peace Prize winners, Indian children's right activist Kailash Satyarthi (L) at his office in New Delhi October 10, 2014, and Pakistani schoolgirl activist Malala Yousafzai at the United Nations in the ...

Fatemi leads Pakistan delegation to Asia-Europe Summit
Pakistan enjoys excellent relations with European countries both bilaterally and in the European Union framework. Trade, investment and cooperation in social sectors are on the upswing.

Kashmir issue resolution must for regional peace, says Pakistan
The two countries concluded in 2003 a ceasefire accord for the Line of Control (LoC), the de facto border in Kashmir. Occasional skirmishes between their troops have however occurred on the LoC, the latest being this month in which both sides reported ...

Ceasefire violations and the Kashmir issue: Pakistan's most workable survival ...
Nawaz, just after returning from India, faced severe opposition in his own country which almost took a toll on his political career.

Pakistan to screen passengers in bid to tackle Ebola
“About 8,000 Pakistani soldiers are deployed as United Nations peacekeepers in African countries and army has informed us that they are regularly screening all those soldiers who are coming from there to Pakistan.” Tarar said the government would keep ...

Climate change: Pakistan must invest in adaptation
Floods in Pakistan this year alone have killed hundreds of people, left millions homeless and destroyed crops over tens of thousands of hectares.

WHO: Polio in Pakistan is at a 'tipping point'
In fact, Pakistan is the only country with more than ten cases this year, with the total number of children contracting the disease exceeding 200 this year.

Pakistan 'won't accept hegemony' of any country
Separately, Foreign Office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam told a weekly media briefing that Pakistan took the UN military observers to its side of the LoC and Working Boundary a few days ago to show them the damage and pattern of fire carried out by the ...

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