Tuesday, March 27
Le ministère du Commerce compte établir une classification des différentes variétés de riz basmati. Dans ce contexte, une délégation de la Rice Exporters’ Association of Pakistan est au pays pour des pourparlers. Des représentants de la Chambre du commerce et de l’industrie de Karachi étaient récemment à Maurice à cet effet.
Monday, June 26
Pakistani hospitals on Monday struggled to treat scores of severely burned victims of a fuel tanker explosion that killed at least 146 people, as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif flew back from an overseas trip to visit the injured.
Wednesday, December 07
Plane ‘was already on fire’ before it crashed, says witness after plane carrying 48 people including one of the country's best known musicians among the dead crashes into Pakistan mountain, ‘killing all on board’
Thursday, November 03
A long-distance train collided into stationary coaches in the Pakistani port city of Karachi on Thursday, killing at least 20 people, hospital officials said, in the country's second major rail collision in less than two months.
Friday, October 28
Les autorités pakistanaises veulent avoir plus de détails sur 444 de leurs compatriotes qui détiennent 270 sociétés offshore dans neuf juridictions.
Tuesday, October 25
At least 59 cadets and guards have been killed in an attack by militants on a police college in the Pakistani city of Quetta, officials say.
Thursday, October 20
The virtual banishment of Pakistani artistes from Bollywood is a matter urgent and serious enough to demand the personal intervention of prime minister Narendra Modi. It is a matter of national interest.
Friday, September 30
Pakistan captured an Indian soldier on its side of the disputed Kashmir border Thursday, Indian officials told CNN, as tensions continue to rise between the two nuclear neighbors.
Thursday, September 22
Bluntly calling Pakistan a terrorist state and a global epicenter of terrorism, India on Wednesday told the United Nations that Islamabad's use of terrorism as instrument of state policy is a war crime.
Thursday, July 21
Almost 45 people have been killed and more than 2,000 injured in 11 days of clashes between civilian protesters and Indian security forces in Kashmir.