The show must go on!

I am sad that a suicide bomber decided to massacre innocent women, children and men at Wagah Border near Lahore, Pakistan who were there to witness the daily flag hoisting ceremony. I am happy that  people of Lahore were there again the very next day to show solidarity with our armed forces . . . → Read More: The show must go on!

At least 48 killed, over 80 injured in suicide blast at Wagah border

According to initial reports, the damaged vehicles included five motorcycles and two passenger rickshaws. PHOTO: EXPRESS NEWS

UPDATE: SUICIDE BOMBER USED 5 to 6 KG EXPLOSIVE VEST WITH BALL BEARINGS

UPDATE: ATTACK CLAIMED BY MILITANT TERRORIST GROUP CALLED JUNDULLAH

 Lahore: At least 48 people, including two Rangers personnel and children, were . . . → Read More: At least 48 killed, over 80 injured in suicide blast at Wagah border

Indian diplomat – Delhi worried over Pakistan – India border tensions

(By Farhan Zaheer) India’s deputy high commissioner to Pakistan said on Wednesday that New Delhi too was worried about the escalating tensions triggered by ongoing border skirmishes.

Speaking at a meeting during his maiden visit to the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI), JP Singh said there was common understanding in both India . . . → Read More: Indian diplomat – Delhi worried over Pakistan – India border tensions

Pakistan’s female rangers: Battling danger and stereotypes

Since the inception of Pakistan, women have been a part of the military service. Whether it has been a part in the healthcare or logistics sector or more recently in combat units and as fighter pilots, women have played a role.

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Wagah border lights up on 14th August as thousands gathered to celebrate

LAHORE: Thousands of Pakistanis attended the flag hoisting ceremony at the Wagah border in Lahore on Tuesday.

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Aisam-Bopanna border match gathering steam

Pakistan and India may see further progress in their relations as Pakistan’s tennis star Aisam-ul-Haq has requested Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani to give an approval for playing “Tennis for Peace” event at the Wagah border with India. The vice-president of the Pakistan Tennis Federation Irshad Bhatti while briefing the journalists here on Wednesday, said: . . . → Read More: Aisam-Bopanna border match gathering steam