Avalanche Mishap: Let's Hope For A Miracle, Says Pakistani Official

After 24 hours of search operations, the rescue teams in avalanche-hit areas are hoping for some miracle to happen. On Saturday, a massive avalanche struck a Pakistan military camp along Indo-Pakistan border in Kashmir's Siachen Glacier burying as many as 124 Pakistani soldiers and 11 civilians. Apr 8, 2012

Manmohan, Zardari To Hold Covert Diplomatic Discussion

Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari will land in New Delhi Sunday accompanied by Interior Minister Rehman Malik and a 40-member delegation. Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar is also expected to be part of the delegation. Apr 7, 2012

PM, Army Rubbish SuspiciousTroops Movement Report

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Indian Army and the Defence Ministry have rubbished the media report that two Indian army units moved towards New Delhi in January without the knowledge of the government. Apr 4, 2012

UN Condemns Murder Of Journalists In Syria

The head of the United Nations agency tasked with promoting and defending the freedom of the press today condemned the murder of two reporters and one photographer in Syria, and called on authorities to ensure that journalists covering the conflict are able to carry out their work safely. Apr 4, 2012

US Defies Hafiz Saeed's Mock Remark

Denying the mock remark that was made by Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) founder Hafiz Mohammad Saeed about the declaration of a $10-million bounty on his head by the United States, the Department of State has clarified that it is not an effort to pressurise Pakistan to reopen supply routes to the US and NATO forces to Afghanistan. Apr 4, 2012