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Pakistan appreciates Iran for celebrating Independence Day
Pakistan foreign ministry spokesperson welcomed the Iranian gesture of putting up greeting billboards on major roads in its cities and running greeting messages on advertising screens on the occasion of Pakistan’s 71st Independence Day on August 14, local media reported.
Coal mine blast kills 7 in SW Pakistan, 6 missing
A mine explosion in Pakistan's southwestern city of Quetta has killed at least seven coal miners, a mining official says, with authorities expecting the death toll to rise.
Pakistan's opposition parties protest alleged vote fraud
Pakistan's opposition parties held a rally in the capital calling for the head of the elections oversight body to step down following allegations of fraud and irregularities in last month's elections.
Pakistan new envoy submits copy of credentials to Iran FM
Newly-appointed ambassador of Pakistan Riffat Masood submitted copy of her credentials to Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Tuesday.
Pakistan keen to broaden ties with Iran in filmmaking
Pakistan is keen to enhance cultural cooperation with Iran, especially in the fields of arts and filmmaking, said the director general of External Publicity Wing at Pakistan's Ministry of Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage.
Imran Khan's party nominates him as Pakistan's next PM
Imran Khan's party on Monday officially nominated the cricket star-turned-politician to be Pakistan's next prime minister.
Pakistan values ties with Iran: PTI leader
Central leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), which is poised to form next government in Pakistan after winning general elections said his party values its relationship with Iran and it will be further strengthened in times to come.
Islamabad, Tehran may begin talks on IP gas project: Pakistani official
Pakistan and Iran may initiate talks in September on how to advance on the IP gas line project which was earlier shelved by the Nawaz Sharif government in June 2016.
Pakistan welcomes Modi's call to Imran Khan
Pakistan on Thursday welcomed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's congratulatory phone call to Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party's victory in the general election, adding the country wants resumption of bilateral talks which were halted in 2015.
Pakistan says US ‘totally wrong’ over IMF concerns
Pakistan on Wednesday rejected as “totally wrong” US concerns that any new International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout for the country could be used to repay Chinese debt
Iran-Pakistan trade on an upward trend
Iran-Pakistan trade is on an upward trend and bilateral trade volume has reached $1.3 billion from $600 billion over past three years, said the president of Iran-Pakistan Federation of Culture and Trade.
Status quo, multidimensional poverty, child labor in Pakistan
Out of the 218 million children employed into the workforce worldwide, 62.1 million of the child labor takes place in Asia and Pacific, meaning that in prevalence, 1 in every 14 children is a victim of child labor in Asia and Pacific. The International Labor Organization coins the term “child labor” as work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is harmful to physical and mental development.
Imran Khan's party begins coalition talks as rivals plan protests
Imran Khan's party said it has begun talks with independents and small parties to form a coalition government after a resounding triumph in Pakistan's general election, as rival parties planned protests over alleged vote rigging.
Pakistan's Imran Khan wins vote but needs coalition
Cricket hero Imran Khan swept to an emphatic victory in a disputed Pakistan election, but without a majority he will need to enter a coalition to take power in the nuclear-armed country.

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