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    Pakistan, officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, is a country in South Asia. It is the world’s sixth-most populous country with a population exceeding 212,742,631 people. In area, it is the 33rd-largest country, spanning 881,913 square kilometres.

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    5 businessmen associated with Pak-based front company indicted in US for aiding Pak's nuclear program
    International

    5 businessmen associated with Pak-based front company indicted in US for aiding Pak's nuclear program

    Five businessmen associated with a Pakist-based front company were indicted in the United States for allegedly operating a network that exported US-origin goods to Pakistan for the use in the country's nuclear program, the US Justice Department has said.

    Lukewarm response to Kashmir issue from international community, admits Imran Khan
    International

    Lukewarm response to Kashmir issue from international community, admits Imran Khan

    Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday admitted that there are no takers of the Kashmir issue from the international community.

    Bilateral relations at that time will decide Imran Khan's visit to India for SCO: Pak sources
    International

    Bilateral relations at that time will decide Imran Khan's visit to India for SCO: Pak sources

    A day after India said it will invite all SCO members for the upcoming 19th Shanghai Cooperation Orgsations summit, Pakistan on Friday said that the country is waiting for an official invitation and indicated that the Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit to the neighboring country will depend on bilateral relations between the two countries at that time.

    Hurt and heartbroken on not being selected for T20s against Bangladesh says, Kamran Akmal
    Cricket

    Hurt and heartbroken on not being selected for T20s against Bangladesh says, Kamran Akmal

    The Pakistan cricket team who have endured a horrendus run in their last 10 T20 matches have made a ...

    US must be involved in Afghanistan after troops leave: Qureshi
    International

    US must be involved in Afghanistan after troops leave: Qureshi

    Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that US must remain engaged in Afghanistan's reconstruction even if it succeeds in withdrawing troops and ending its longest war, it was reported on Friday.

    Malala biopic director still receives threat mails
    Entertainment

    Malala biopic director still receives threat mails

    HE Amjad Khan's upcoming directorial "Gul Makai" tells the story of Pakistani education activist and Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai. He says he has been getting many death threats but he never felt like dropping the project.

    ICC CEO to visit Pakistan to discuss venues for future events
    Cricket

    ICC CEO to visit Pakistan to discuss venues for future events

    International Cricket Council (ICC) CEO Manu Sawhney will visit Pakistan later this month to discuss the future of cricket in the country with the PCB.

    China should reflect on global consensus: India on Beijing raising Kashmir issue at UNSC
    International

    China should reflect on global consensus: India on Beijing raising Kashmir issue at UNSC

    Criticising China for helping Pakistan in raising the issue of Kashmir in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), India asked Beijing to seriously reflect on the global consensus and refrain from taking such action in the future.

    Dean Jones: Omission of Amir from Pakistan T20I squad, tonic for Karachi Kings
    Cricket

    Dean Jones: Omission of Amir from Pakistan T20I squad, tonic for Karachi Kings

    Karachi Kings head coach Dean Jones on Thursday said that omission of Mohammad Amir from Pakistan squad for the upcoming T20I series against Bangladesh will act as a boost for his PSL side here.

    Asif Ghafoor, known for deleting tweets and getting trolled for gaffes is no longer Pak DG ISPR
    International

    Asif Ghafoor, known for deleting tweets and getting trolled for gaffes is no longer Pak DG ISPR

    Major General Asif Ghafoor, the man known for making a series of gaffes, controversial posts and miscalculations on social media over months, including extending support to Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone over her visit to the JNU in Delhi earlier this month, was on Thursday removed from the post of the Director-General of the Pakistan's Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

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