For the sake of his business, Philip Green should take a back seat
The retail group boss will seek another big name to replace Karren Brady – but any chair worth hiring would tell him to step aside
India and Pakistan: How the war was fought in TV studios
TV news in both countries were accused of sensationalism and partiality. How far did they take it?
How Fighting in Pakistan Affects War Against Polio
While some Taliban factions have banned vaccinations since 2012, fleeing refugees often encounter vaccinators.
Mexico lithium output must take back seat to oil recovery, says president
Source: Xinhua| 2019-12-14 06:49:06| Editor: huaxia Video Player Close Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador delivers a speech during a ceremony marking his first full year in office in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, on Dec. 1, 2019. (Photo by David de la Paz/Xinhua) Lopez Obrador aims to increase oil output by at least 50 percent by the end of his term in 2024 by investing to make state oil company Pemex more efficient and productive MEXICO CITY, Dec. 13 (Xinhua) -- Mexico's…
Alleged Pakistani spy gets 10 years in jail
A Kanpur court has convicted and sentenced to 10 years imprisonment an alleged Pakistani spy eight years after he was arrested in Uttar Pradesh on charges of passing on information about military inst
Pakistan's dilemma over militants
After a near-war in Kashmir, Pakistan is cracking down on anti-India militants. But how far can it go?
Why are Pakistan's Christians targeted?
The country's beleaguered Christian community has faced escalating attacks in recent years.
Pulwama and After: Should India go to war with Pakistan?
Army operations can’t be allowed to degenerate into political theatre. But equally, we can’t watch hand-tied as atrocities are perpetrated on us. What then is the solution?
Drones, War and a Virus: How Polio Traveled From Pakistan to Syria
A devastating disease hitches a ride from Pakistan to the Middle East, where thousands of lives are at risk.
20 years of Kargil: How Pakistan’s big lies were nailed
Pakistan never agreed that its regular soldiers had crossed the Line of Control to occupy posts, which Indian soldiers had been regularly vacating during harsh winters of Kashmir. The Indian government of the time decided not to cross the LoC, not to take armed engagement in other areas. Such rules are not followed in war.
Why India and Pakistan dispute Kashmir
They fought two wars over it and are now nuclear armed - but what's at the root of the dispute?
Why The Pakistani Taliban Target School Children
They pounded on the door and broke down the gates. According to accounts from those inside, six Taliban gunmen stormed into the Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan and unleashed a fury of gunfire, killing at least 148 people dead, all but 16 of whom were students “They broke one gate and came in. All of the kids laid down. In the hall there are a lot chairs and they came to every chair and shot us,” one injured student told Pakistan’s Dunya…
Why this is a good time for India to play cricket with Pakistan
Forget the ‘hyper-nationalists’ who would like us to boycott all cricket with Pakistan. India-Pakistan cricket may seem like war minus the shooting to some but it...
Marie Stopes Pakistan celebrates 100 Million Day
This year, somewhere in the world, our 100 millionth client will walk through one of our blue doors. On 24th June 2015 it's our 100 Million Day where we cele...
Pakistan ban batsman Jamshed for 10 years for corruption
Jamshed, who played 48 one-day internationals and two tests, was suspended from all forms of cricket in February 2017 for violating the PCB’s anti-corruption code and handed a one-year ban in December for failing to co-operate with the ACU’s investigation.
How to Fix Pakistan’s Crashing Economy
To change course, the country’s leaders must take on the moneyed elite and religious extremism.
Pakistani FM calls for dialogue, diplomatic efforts to solve Pakistan-India issues
Source: Xinhua| 2019-03-03 00:38:29| Editor: Yamei Video Player Close ISLAMABAD, March 2 (Xinhua) -- Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Saturday that issues between Pakistan and India should be resolved through dialogue and diplomatic channels Qureshi made the remarks while addressing a press conference in the country's eastern city of Lahore He said that being a democratic country, Pakistan believed in resolving issues with India…
When India brought Pakistan to its knees: How the 1971 war was fought and won
As TV studios drum up hysteria today, a look-back at how a decisive victory was executed in saner times by a PM who exemplified calm under fire.
What Ashraf Ghani said on ‘undeclared war’ between Afghanistan and Pakistan
Ashraf Ghani said the spectre of violence needs to be removed and that Pakistan needs to support direct discussions between the Afghan government and the Taliban.
How prepared are India, Pakistan for war? Here's the troop strength and weapons
India and Pakistan have twice gone to war over Kashmir since independence in 1947. Here is how their militaries stack up.