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President Donald Trump anticipates a hero’s welcome in India on Monday (Feb 24), but the glitzy events filling his two-day visit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi will paper over growing trade frictions. The visit is intended to strengthen the personal relationship between Trump and Modi, a fellow nationalist whose country is regarded by the US as an important regional counterweight against China.
BEIJING (Xinhua): Facts have proved once again that China and Pakistan are true friends and good brothers that share weal and woe, Chinese President Xi Jinping said in a phone conversation with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday (Feb 20).
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday said he would help Pakistan stay off a terrorism financing blacklist at a meeting of a global finance watchdog, a move he suggested would counter "political pressure" from Islamabad's critics.
Pakistan's government has approved new rules for regulating cyber space which opponents say could be used to stifle dissent and free speech.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's government has approved new rules for regulating cyber space which opponents say could be used to stifle dissent and free speech.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is eyeing to capture at least half of Pakistan’s large palm oil market now that the country has agreed to increase imports, says Teresa Kok.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia hopes to expand its share of the palm oil market in Pakistan now that the latter government has agreed to increase its imports, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
PUTRAJAYA: In expressing his regret for not attending the Kuala Lumpur Summit 2019, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan wants to make it for the conference in future, saying that the summit did not divide the Muslim ummah (community).
PETALING JAYA: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has paid tribute to his counterpart Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad for speaking out against India despite risking trade relations with New Delhi.
PETALING JAYA: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has praised his Malaysian counterpart Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad for speaking out against India despite the risks to trade relations with New Delhi.