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Iran, Pakistan navy chiefs discuss furthering cooperation
Commanders of Iran and Pakistan naval forces discussed collaboration between the two neighboring nations in a meeting in Islamabad.
Pakistani PM stresses expediting setting up border markets with Iran
Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan directed the Ministry of Commerce to expedite the process of setting up border markets with Iran.
Scientists left baffled over lost ancient city Mohenjo Daro in Pakistan
Archeologists are still no closer to understanding who occupied the ancient city of Mohenjo Daro in modern-day Pakistan during the third millennium BCE.
Pakistan’s top court suspends army chief’s term extension
In a rare move and a blow to the administration of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan’s Supreme Court has temporarily suspended an extension of the term of office of the country’s chief of army staff.
Iran, Pakistan can easily defeat terrorists: Rouhani
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani highlighted the importance of the country’s security ties with neighboring Pakistan, saying Tehran and Islamabad can easily defeat terrorists in the region.
Lightning strikes kill 18 people in Pakistan
Lightning strikes have killed at least 18 people and injured several more during a deadly night in Pakistan's Thar desert, police said, describing the deaths as "unprecedented."
Anti-govt. protesters block Pakistan-Afghanistan highway in campaign to oust PM
Anti-government protesters in Pakistan have blocked a key highway linking the country to Afghanistan, as part of what they called the "second phase" of action aimed at ousting Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Pakistan mulling buying tomatoes from Iran as price skyrockets
The Pakistani government on Wednesday said it is considering buying tomatoes from Iran after its supply was partially hit by the lack of imports from India and the price of the fruit skyrocketed between 180 rupees ($1.15) and 300 rupees ($1.92) per kilogram in several parts of the country, according to media reports.
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.
Pakistan suggests setting up joint chamber of commerce with Iran
Pakistan’s Sarhad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) President Maqsood Anwar Pervaiz suggested setting up a Pakistan-Iran joint chamber of commerce to boost trade and business ties.
Pakistan hopes its peace efforts to bring positive results in region
Pakistan says its peace efforts continue to defuse tensions in the Persian Gulf region hoping that the efforts will bring positive results.
Pakistan army supports PM Khan after massive protest
Pakistan's powerful military said it supported the country's elected government and the constitution, as tens of thousands of opposition protesters gathered in the capital demanding that Prime Minister Imran Khan's year-old government quits by Sunday.
Mourners in Pakistan town bury victims of train fire
Distraught relatives gathered Friday for the funerals of some of the 74 people killed when fire ripped through a crowded train in Pakistan, with many of the victims residents of a single town.

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