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Gwadar Port to play key role in promoting Pakistan-Iran ties
Chairman of Pakistan Gwadar Port Authority said that completion of Gwadar deep sea port would play a vital role in further promoting ties between Iran and Pakistan.
Pakistan approves purchase of additional 100 MW electricity from Iran
Pakistan's Cabinet Committee on Energy (CCE) has approved purchase of additional 100 MW electricity from Iran and directed the Ministry of Power to make immediate arrangements and to complete the spadework expeditiously, state media reported.
Pakistan bars militant-linked MML from elections
Pakistani authorities have refrained from accepting the Milli Muslim League (MML) as an official political party, barring the group from contesting elections.
Pak-Iran FTA draft almost finalized
Pakistan and Iran are close to finalizing the draft of free trade agreement (FTA), a trade officer of the Commerce Ministry of Pakistan said, adding that the next meeting is expected to reach an understanding on the remaining issues.
Iran health minister in Pakistan to attend WHO meeting
The Iranian minister of health, who is visiting Pakistan, said the implementation of bilateral agreements between the two countries especially those related to export of Iranian pharmaceutical products would be discussed with Pakistani authorities.
Iran to participate in WHO regional meeting in Pakistan
Iran's Minister of Health, Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi will arrive in Islamabad on Sunday to take part in a meeting of the World Health Organization Regional Committee for the Eastern Mediterranean.
Anger grows in Pakistan against enforced disappearances (Video)
People in Pakistan have held a rally to denounce the government’s move to take people into custody without disclosing their whereabouts. The demonstrators demanded an end to enforced disappearances carried out under the pretext of fighting terrorism. Muhammad Toori reports from the port city of Karachi, presstv.com reported.
16 killed in deadly blast outside shrine in Pakistan's Balochistan
A bombing outside a shrine in a remote village of Pakistan’s southern province of Balochistan has claimed the lives of at least 16 people and left 30 others wounded.
Pakistan welcomes boosting Gwadar-Chabahar cooperation
Islamabad welcomes increase in Gwadar-Chabahar cooperation, said secretary to chairman of Gwadar Port Authority, affiliated to Ministry of Ports and Shipping of Pakistan.
Deadly clashes as rebels storm army base in Kashmir
Pre-dawn raid leaves at least two attackers dead and three paramilitary personnel wounded.
Pakistan expresses concern over Iraqi Kurdistan referendum
Pakistan Foreign ministry spokesperson Nafees Zakaria expresses deep concern over the referendum held in the Iraqi Kurdistan region on September 25, 2017, saying it 'lacks any legitimacy.'
Pakistan seeks greater share in Iranian rice market
Pakistan produces favorable-quality rice and looks to boost export to the Iranian market, said president of Quetta Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
'For Freedom' set for display in Pakistan
Iranian animation 'For Freedom', directed by Ahmad Khoshniat, was accepted into the screening program of the first edition of Asia Peace Film Festival (APFF) in Pakistan.
Pakistan ruling party wins key by-election in Lahore
Ousted Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's wife Kulsoom has won a hotly contested by-election seen as the ruling PML-N party's first key political challenge following the ex-premier's recent dismissal.
Iran, Pakistan army chiefs urge Muslim world action to end Rohingya plight
The military chiefs of Iran and Pakistan have called on the Muslim world to take more concrete actions to end the violence against the persecuted Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar’s Rakhine state.

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