KARACHI, Pakistan Pakistani airline pilots and their union have raised questions about a government list of 262 pilots with "dubious" credentials, saying it is full of discrepancies.
KARACHI, Pakistan, June 30 Pakistani airline
pilots and their union have raised questions about a government
list of 262 pilots with "dubious" credentials, saying it is full
ISLAMABAD Authorities in Pakistan have stepped up enforcement of government safety measures after a rise in the daily number of coronavirus infections pushed total cases to more than 100,000.
ISLAMABAD Abdul Qadeer Khan, who made international headlines in 2004 after publicly confessing his role in global nuclear proliferation, has petitioned Pakistan's top court to say he is being "kept prisoner" by government agencies and not allowed to plead his case for freedom of movement.
ISLAMABAD Pakistan's cabinet has declined to include a religious sect that rights group says suffers widespread persecution in a newly formed commission for minorities, after opposition from conservatives in the government, officials said on Thursday.
NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD India allowed shops in residential areas to reopen from Saturday, more than a month after the country went into lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus, federal and state officials said.
NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD India said on Friday it ramped up coronavirus testing as documented cases there rose above 6,700 and topped 12,000 across South Asia.
NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD April 10 India accounts for
more than half the tally of those infected with coronavirus
across south Asia, which crossed 12,000 on Friday, government
data showed, despite a harsh weeks-long clampdown to control the
ISLAMABAD, April 6 Pakistan's foreign exchanges
reserves plunged more than 12% or $1.6 billion over just three
weeks in March as the coronavirus outbreak roiled global
financial markets, the latest data from the central bank showed.
KARACHI/ISLAMABAD Pakistani authorities on Friday ordered the detention of four men set to be released after being acquitted by a court over the murder of U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl, and the government said it would challenge the acquittal next week. | Video