Chittagong, Jan 20, Scoreboard at lunch on the fourth day of the first Test between India and Pakistan.
Hobart (Australia), Jan 16, Pakistan’s one-day vice captain Shahid Afridi is hoping that the team will bounce back in their limited-overs series against Australia after losing the Test series.
Hobart (Australia), Jan 16, Pakistan is unlikely to improve its performance in the Test arena without concrete measures and people should not have high expectations from the team, skipper Mohammad Yousuf conceded Saturday.
Washington, Jan 16, Citing the very real threat of a new Pakistan-based terror attack on India, a noted South Asia expert says that unlike in 2008 Indian military restraint “cannot be taken for granted if terrorists strike again”.
Chicago, Jan 15, A federal grand jury has added Pakistan-born Canadian terror suspect Tahawwur Hussain Rana to charges filed against David Coleman Headley, alleging that they participated in conspiracies involving the November 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks.
Amritsar, Jan 14, An alleged suicide bomber from Pakistan has been arrested after troopers of the Border Security Force (BSF) caught him doing a reconnaissance of the area at the Attari international border in this frontier district of Punjab.
New Delhi, Jan 13, Infiltration attempts from Pakistan into Jammu and Kashmir were on the rise, Defence Minister A.K. Antony said Wednesday, a day after returning from the state.
Washington, Jan 12, A US strategic think tank has discounted “widespread rumours in the United States” that Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency had a hand in the Dec 30 attack in Khost, Afghanistan that killed several CIA agents. The possibility that jihadist sympathisers in the lower ranks of the Pakistani intelligence complex may have offered their services to the Taliban cannot be ruled out, the think tank said.
Jammu, Jan 11, There was an exchange of fire between the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) and either militants or Pakistani Rangers in Kanachak sector, near Akhnoor along the international border, BSF sources said Monday.
Washington, Jan 11, Noting that the “border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan remains the epicentre of Al Qaeda,” President Barack Obama says he has “no intention of sending US boots on the ground” to Yemen and Somalia.