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Cracks in Tehrik Taliban Pakistan are resulting in deadlock for peace...

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - “Tehrik Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is facing internal rifts and leadership crises. Cracks have appeared in its leadership as well as among its various sub-groups.

Qadri threating radicalism in Pakistan or the entire structure of the...

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (DND) - A new political history is being written in Pakistan as thousands of people are sitting outside of its parliament for the last four days in a peaceful sit-in.

Welcome to Pakistan Motorbike Tour covers over 12,000 kilometers

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - To attract tourists from all over the world and to present a soft image of Pakistan, the biker-tourist, Muhammad Iqbal Ghangla, who was on a 30-day tour, titled "Welcome to Pakis

D-8 Summit inaugurated by Prime Minister of Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - The D-8 Summit started in Islamabad, Pakistan, today, and the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Raja Pervez Ashraf, inaugurated the four-day D-8 exhibition.

All set for D-8 Summit in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - All is set for the D-8 summit in Pakistan, and Iran's President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has confirmed he will attend the eighth summit meeting of the Group of Eight Developing Coun

US-Pakistan intelligence meeting fixed

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (eTN) - US Pakistan relations are becoming cordial after the reopening of NATO cargo service from Pakistan.

Taliban consolidating to recapture Swat

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (eTN) - Terror may be heading back to Swat Valley in Pakistan, after Taliban leader, Fazlullah, who almost succeeded in controlling Nuristan and Kunar in Afghanistan, vowed to stri

Pakistan agrees on soft visa regime but not yet signed

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (eTN) - The apparent lack of interest of the Foreign Office of Pakistan missed another chance for a soft visa regime between India and Pakistan.

Bhoja air crash was a disaster in the air

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (eTN) - The crash of flight number B4-213 KHI-ISB on April 20 is one of three fatal air crashes that happened in South Asia during the last 5 years.

134 soldiers buried in Giyari sector Siachen Glacier

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (eTN) - The chances of survival of more than 130 Pakistani soldiers buried under 80 feet of snow in a remote area in the north when an avalanche hit their camp are rare and meager.

Terrorism and Taliban winning over tourism in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - It looks like terrorism is winning again over tourism in Pakistan, and the most beautiful and peaceful valley of Pakistan, which is Gilgit-Baltistan, is now not far away from the control o

Russian mountaineer dies will attempting to climb K2 summit

Vitaly Gorelik, a known and popular Russian climber who previously had successfully climbed K2, died today in an attempt to climb the same summit during the winter.

Floods displace 5.3 million people in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (eTN) - In a second consecutive year, Pakistan has been hit by floods, and the latest government estimates put the number of people affected by the floods in Sindh Pakistan at 5.3

Air Blue Airbus crashed on domestic flight in Pakistan

Reports are coming in that an Airbus has crashed in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad. The plane belongs to a private company Air Blue.

Al-Qaida, Pakistani Taliban eyed in Marriott bomb

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) — Rescuers pulled more bodies from the shell of the truck-bombed Marriott Hotel in Pakistan's capital Sunday, pushing the death toll from one of the country's worst terroris