Musharraf, who masterminded the Kargil conflict in 1999 and ruled over Pakistan for nine years, said that India had played a role in creating Bangladesh and trying to seize Siachen.
A teenaged female cricketer, who had accused the management of Multan Cricket Club of sexual harassment, has died under mysterious circumstances in her hometown as her relatives claimed she committed suicide.
A 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck southwestern Pakistan on Friday, but officials said there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.
The director generals of military operations (DGMO) of India and Pakistan will meet at the Wagah border near Amritsar on December 24 to discuss ways to restore calm along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir.
In comments likely to hit Britain’s relations with Pakistan, attorney-general Dominic Grieve has said that corruption is ‘endemic’ in the Pakistani community in Britain and called upon the David Cameron government to ‘wake up’ to the threat.
Sitting at his palatial mansion, misleadingly referred to as a farm house because it is built on farm land, on the outskirts of Islamabad, General (retired) Pervez Musharraf plans his next move at a time when the government has said it will try the former president for treason.
The chief cleric of the controversial Lal Masjid in Islamabad declares jihad after an exchange of fire between students and Pakistani security forces.
America's assertion that Osama is in Pakistan has upset the Musharraf government, reports Kamal Siddiqi.
Assailants fired four rockets into a city in northwestern Pakistan today, killing 10 people and wounding 35.
The court rules that as a citizen the ex-PM can return to the country and take part in the national politics, reports Kamal Siddiqi.
Deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif could be arrested in an earlier case of hijacking once he is back in Pakistan.
Hundreds of Pakistani lawyers protested to demand the reinstatement of judges sacked by former Prez Musharraf, an issue at the heart of political instability in Islamabad.
A suicide bomber targeting Govt troops blew up his explosives-laden car in northwestern Pakistan, killing two people and wounding more than 30.
Two would-be suicide bombers were killed by security forces in continued terrorist violence in Pakistan’s restive NWFP, as they tried to blow up a strategic tunnel in the Kohat area.
Pakistan’s ruling PPP’s presidential candidate Asif Ali Zardari has shifted residence to the heavily guarded Prime Minister’s House in view of reported fears of a possible attack on him.