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India, Pakistan have ‘zero’ contact despite border cooperation: Islamabad
Islamabad says there are “zero” contacts between Pakistan and India, despite the opening of a border crossing between the two nuclear-armed neighbors for Indian pilgrims to visit a Sikh temple, which was a landmark act of cooperation between the two rivals.
Islamabad takes steps to ensure stability along border with Iran: FM
Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said his country has taken steps to enhance security and stability along the border with Iran.
Islamabad ‘has intel about India plan to attack Pakistan’
Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi says Islamabad has “reliable intelligence” that India has planned a likely attack against Pakistan in the third week of April.
Anti-India protest held in Islamabad
Pakistanis hold an anti-India protest in Islamabad after a rare aerial dogfight between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan in the skies over the disputed territory of Kashmir ignited fears of an all-out conflict, with world powers rushing to urge restraint.
Tehran, Islamabad sign int’l transportation MoU
Iran and Pakistan signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on road transportation after two days of intense talks.
25% increase in refusals recorded during anti-polio drive in Islamabad
After a campaign launched against polio vaccinations on social media, a 25 percent increase in refusals was recorded during the recent polio campaign in the federal capital, which started Dec. 10.
Islamabad to continue doing business with Tehran
Pakistani Foreign Ministry said on Thursday trade ties with Iran will not be affected by the US sanctions, in yet another comment echoing Islamabad’s readiness to expand relations with its neighbors under Imran Khan.
In Islamabad, Zarif says Iran seeks free trade with Pakistan
On a visit to Pakistan, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran pursues “free bilateral trade” with the neighboring South Asian country.
Iran's FM to hold talks with Pakistani officials in Islamabad
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif plans to pay a visit to Islamabad to hold talks with senior Pakistani officials on ways to strengthen relations and the fight against terrorism and smuggling of narcotics.
Iran welcomes Turkish investment in rail, communication sectors
Speaker of Iranian Parliament Ali Larijani said that his country welcomes Turkish investment in rail, communication, hotel industry, road construction and aviation sectors of Iran.
Pakistani air force ordered to shoot down intruding US drones
Amid frayed Washington-Islamabad ties, Pakistan has ordered its air force to shoot down any drones violating the country’s airspace, including those of the US military, which are deemed responsible for a high number of civilian deaths in the Asian state.
Religious Pakistani group calls off protests after deal with government
A Pakistani religious group, whose supporters have been holding sit-ins and clashing with police, has ended the protests after the Islamabad government agreed to its demand for the resignation of the law minister.
Pakistani government given three days to clear sit-in protest near Islamabad
A Pakistani court has granted the government three more days to find a way to clear a sit-in protest by a religious party near the capital, Islamabad.
Presence of foreign forces in region, a common challenge: Zarei
Presence of foreign forces in the region is a common challenge to the region states, said executive director of Andishe Sazan-e-Noor Institute of Strategic Studies in Tehran.
US Secretary of State visits Pakistan amid tensions (Video)
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has paid a visit to Pakistan amid tensions between the two countries. During a brief stay in Islamabad, the US top diplomat met with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and reiterated Washington’s position that Pakistan must do more in the fight against terrorism. PRESS TV’s Kamran Yousaf has the details.

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