• Opinion: Nizami, Mojaheed were war heroes!

    Provincial assembly of Punjab in Pakistan did nothing wrong by passing a resolution recently seeking conferment of Nishan-e Pakistan on Jamaat-e-Islami leaders executed for the crimes against humanity during Bangladesh’s Liberation War in 1971. Its action is justified because Jamaat leaders had sided Pakistan occupational army to carry out genocide on Bangalis. Their goals were the same.

  • Shahid Afridi

    I'm available for Pakistan: Afridi

    Shahid Afridi says he would be available for Pakistan's tour of England this summer if required by his country.

  • Pakistanis drive MSC, Usha

    Pakistani recruit Aleem Belal strikes six goals including a hattrick to power Usha KC to a massive 9-0 win over Bangladesh SC in the Green Delta Insurance Premier Division Hockey League.

  • Army fitness camp benefitting Pak cricketers

    The Pakistan cricket team have been undergoing training at an army camp and cricketers Younis Khan and Sarfraz Ahmed have said that they are already reaping the rewards.

  • On This Day: Saeed Anwar smashes the record books

    Pakistan’s flamboyant opener, the left-handed Saeed Anwar etched his name into the record books when he broke the 13-year-old ODI landmark of 189 set by Vivian Richards on May 21, 1997 at Chennai's MA Chidambaram Stadium.

  • Shoaib advises Fizz

    Shoaib Akhtar offers some words of encouragement to Bangladesh left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman during the pre-match show for the game between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Daredevils.

  • Lack of educated players hurting Pakistan cricket

    Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan says the lack of educated players in the national team was one of the reasons for its recent poor performance.

  • Pakistan incrminates itself for war crimes in Bangladesh

    When it comes to Bangladesh, Pakistan practices its own version of Holocaust denial and continues to behave like unrepentant Nazis. Pakistan never admitted to the crimes its soldiers committed against Bangladeshis in 1971.

  • T20 WC biennial again?

    The rise of Twenty20 cricket will gather pace with two extra World Cups to be added to the existing schedule by the International Cricket Council as it looks to cash in on the booming popularity of the game's shortest format.

  • All-clear for Usha's Pakistani players

    Usha Krira Chakra retreat from their plan of appeal to the league committee of the Bangladesh Hockey Federation to halt the ongoing Premier Division League after getting clearance from the Special Branch (SB) of Police for bringing five Pakistani players.

  • Pakistan and genocide

    The government of Pakistan has reacted in an absurd, unwanted manner to the hanging of Motiur Rahman Nizami, the war criminal, killer and main organiser of 'Al-Badr' and one of the architects of Bangladesh genocide of 1971.

  • Pakistan violated 1974 tripartite accord: Law minister

    The 1974 tripartite agreement is no longer valid as Pakistan violated the accord by not taking their stranded citizens back from Bangladesh, Law Minister Anisul Huq says.

  • Motiur Rahman Nizami

    One issue shouldn't cloud ties with Dhaka: Islamabad

    Apparently showing their affection for war criminals being tried in Bangladesh for their crimes against humanity, Pakistan has said the relations between the two countries 'should not be clouded' with a single issue.

  • Pakistan hope to host WI in Lanka

    Pakistan hope to host West Indies in Sri Lanka instead of the United Arab Emirates this October, eyeing the island as a neutral venue for the first time since 2002.

  • Pakistan to move UN on hanging of war criminals

    Pakistan Prime minister’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz says the country will raise the issue of executing Jamaat-e-Islami leaders in Bangladesh at the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC).

  • Motiur Rahman Nizami

    Pak amnesia intentional

    Pakistan has come up with an outrageous claim that what Jamaat-e-Islami chief Motiur Rahman Nizami did in 1971 was to uphold the constitution of Pakistan.

  • Pakistan acts, Bangladesh counteracts

    Diplomatic tensions between Bangladesh and Pakistan seem to be escalating, with each government summoning the other's

  • A visit to Srinagar

    New Delhi has to appreciate the fact that the Kashmiris' desire to distance themselves from India may not be considered in any meaningful transfer of power from New Delhi to Srinagar. Yet, the impression that the Kashmiris rule themselves has to be sustained.

  • Turkish envoy leaves Dhaka amid reports of withdrawal

    Turkish envoy to Bangladesh leaves Dhaka amid media reports that he has been withdrawn in response to the execution of top war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami.

  • Motiur Rahman Nizami

    Pakistan’s criticism met with Dhaka’s protest

    Bangladesh has summoned Pakistan envoy in Dhaka in a quick response to the condemnation note Islamabad handed over for the execution of a top war criminal, Motiur Rahman Niazami. While Pakistan envoy insists that bilateral relations won't be harmed, Dhaka hands another strong protest.

  • Pakistan again sides with war criminals

    Pakistan national parliament has once again sided with war criminals by passing a resolution to express serious concerns over the execution of Jamaat-e-Islami chief Motiur Rahman Nizami. This has caused a huge outcry in Bangladesh and risks further straining of the relations between the two countries. Ministers and war crimes trial campaigners have termed the resolution a brazen attempt to meddle in internal affairs of the country.

  • Pakistan parliament condemns Nizami hanging

    Pakistan’s parliament passes a unanimous resolution expressing “concern” and condemns the hanging of war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami. Sidewise, the country’s foreign ministry issues a statement voicing sadness over the execution. It also terms the execution “unfortunate.”

  • Pakistan high commissioner summoned

    Amid escalating diplomatic tension between Dhaka and Islamabad, Bangladesh foreign ministry yesterday summoned the Pakistan

  • Veena Malik declares she's devoting herself to Islam

    Famous and controversial Pakistani model-actress Veena Malik announces that she is going to devote herself to the study of Islam under the tutelage of Mufti Naeem, of madrassah Jamia Binoria, and will ensure that her children receive an Islamic education too.

  • Govt hands Pakistan envoy protest letter

    Foreign ministry hands ‘strongly-worded’ protest letter to Pakistan envoy in protest against the country’s statement on Supreme Court verdict dismissing the review plea of condemned war criminal and Jamaat leader Nizami. Bangladesh terms the May 6 Pakistan statement "unacceptable".

  • Verdict read out to Nizami

    Hours after Supreme Court released its full verdict dismissing condemned war criminal Nizami’s review plea, authorities of Dhaka jail, where he had been kept, reads out the verdict to him.

  • Pakistan at it again!

    This is the second time that the government of Pakistan has issued statements related to the trial of war criminals of 1971.

  • Pakistani activist murdered in Karachi

    A prominent Pakistani journalist and human rights activist, Khurram Zaki, is shot dead in Karachi.

  • Stop interfering in internal issues, Dhaka tells Islamabad

    Reacting to Pakistan's expression of concern over the dismissal of Jamaat chief Motiur Rahman Nizami's review plea against death sentence in war crimes trial, State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam urges Islamabad not to interfere in Bangladesh’s internal affairs.

  • Pakistan worried over death row war criminal Nizami

    Pakistan has expressed concern over the dismissal of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami chief Motiur Rahman Nizami's review plea