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Pakistan bars militant-linked group from forming political party
A Pakistani group linked to the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks has been denied permission to register as a political party ahead of general elections scheduled to be held on July 25.
Pakistan Navy rescues 11 Iranian fishermen from sinking boat
The Pakistan Navy rescued 11 crew members of a sunken Iranian boat in the high seas, a statement issued by the Pakistan Embassy in Tehran said.
Pakistan, Russia to sign MoU on offshore gas pipeline involving Iran: Spokesperson
Pakistan will be signing a MoU with Russian Federation to conduct a feasibility study for the construction of an offshore gas pipeline involving Iran, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson said.
Pakistan extends curfew in South Waziristan
Authorities in Pakistan's northwestern tribal region have expanded a 24-hour curfew to avert further clashes between tribesmen and militants.
Iran, Pakistan keen on FTA
Negotiations between Iran and Pakistan on a free trade agreement (FTA) have entered into final phase and Pakistan's Ministry of Commerce has sought a comprehensive analysis of the agreement.
Iran, Pakistan keen on free trade agreement (FTA)
Negotiations between Iran and Pakistan have entered into final phase to reach at free trade agreement (FTA) and Pakistan’s Ministry of Commerce has sought a comprehensive analysis of the agreement, local media reported.
Pakistan military prevents ex-spy chief from leaving country
Pakistan's military Monday took the unprecedented step of preventing a former spy chief from leaving the country, after he ignited a storm by co-authoring a book that touches on Pakistan's alleged roles in Afghanistan and Kashmir.
Pakistan rupee set to come under more pressure
The Pakistan rupee could face further pressure this week, in the midst of the country’s chronic foreign currency shortage and speculation of a third currency devaluation, analysts said.
Pakistan to launch ferry service to Iran
Pakistan is planning to launch ferry services from Karachi port to Iran, the United Arab Emirates and Oman with an aim to enhance connectivity and provide more services to the people.
China to launch two satellites for Pakistan next month
Chinese government will launch two remote sensing satellites for Pakistan in June this year, local media reported.
Trump’s withdrawal from JCPOA to further isolate US: Pakistan ex-envoy
Former ambassador of Pakistan to Iran said that US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from Iran nuclear deal known as Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) would further isolate the US in the world.
Cross-border firing between India, Pakistan kills five civilians
Cross-border firing and shelling between Indian and Pakistani forces along their Kashmir border have claimed the lives of five civilians on the six-day of clashes.
Heatwave kills 65 people in Pakistan's Karachi
A heatwave has killed 65 people in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi over the past three days, a social welfare organization said on Tuesday, amid fears the death toll could climb as the high temperatures persist, wrote.
US diplomat involved in fatal traffic accident leaves Pakistan
Pakistan allowed a US diplomat involved in a fatal traffic accident to leave the country, an official said Tuesday, following a weeks-long standoff and street protests over the incident.

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