Tensions between Pakistan and India are not just confined to the subcontinent but they have also taken the entire world by storm.
Pakistan has been enlisted in the top 20 countries for business expansion by Japanese countries, according to Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO)
The presidential election in America are scheduled to be held in November, both the presidential candidates, Hiliary Clinton and Donald Trump are busy fighting a fierce war of words
Where the world is moving towards globalization and breaking barriers of race, gender and religion, there is also an aspect of rising number of close minded racists filled with pride and prejudice.
In an interview given to India Today, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai has expressed her desire to become the Prime Minister of Pakistan, hoping she could escalate a positive change in the society.
The fierce hurricane Mathew hit Cuba on the 4th of October, 2016 and Pakistan has sent a ship with 15000 tons of rice to the hurricane hit country which docked at the Hai Pong pier on October 9.
United Kingdom appreciated the efforts of Pakistan against terrorism in response to a petition by Indians to condemn Pakistan.
Pakistan Pavilion fascinated numerous buyers and marketers at Global International Food Products Exhibition, SIAL held in Paris.
US presidential candidate, Donald Trump, has offered to serve as a “mediator” between Pakistan and India to mollify the heating tension between the two countries.
The Indian Police Department and the Crime Investigation Agency (CID) are once again investigating the case of smuggled pigeons from across the border.
Following the escalating tensions between Pakistan and India, the Indian Defence Ministry has serious concerns over the lack of ammunition present with the Indian Armed Forces.
Forget missing posters, Social networking tools have now become a viable way to locate missing persons. Social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram help people reach a mass audience.