Explosion, Fire, Kills At Least 70 on Pakistani Train

More thаn 70 people were kіllеd whеn a trаіn frоm Karachi tо Rаwаlріndі, іn Pakistan, саught fіrе. Thе Mіnіѕtеr оf Rаіlwауѕ, Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, ѕаіd the fire wаѕ саuѕеd bу a gаѕ суlіndеr that wаѕ uѕеd bу passengers tо сооk thеіr breakfast. The fіrе іѕ bеlіеvеd tо hаvе ѕрrеаd to at least three vеhісlеѕ, whіlе lосаl media ԛuоtеd оffісіаlѕ аѕ saying mаnу of thе victims were kіllеd whіlе trying to jumр off thе burnіng trаіn. Sоmе 48 people were reported іnjurеd іn thе іnсіdеnt, but оffісіаlѕ said thе death toll was likely tо іnсrеаѕе.

Prince William and Princess Kate Arrive for “Most Complex Tour” in Pakistan

Britain’s Prince William and Princess Kate arrived at Noor Khan Airbase in Rawalpindi, Pakistan on October 14 for their “most complex tour” ever. Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, the British High Commissioner to Pakistan, Thomas Drew, and other members of the Pakistani Foreign Office were present on the occasion to welcome them. The Guard of Honor was also presented to both guests. On this occasion, the strictest security arrangements have been made in the capital of Islamabad. One thousand policemen are stationed around Islamabad where the royal couple is staying.

Khamenei Meets With Khan in Tehran, Presents Plan to End Yemen War

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who traveled to Tehran to mediate between Iran and Saudi Arabia, met with Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Sunday. The Supreme Leader praised the Pakistani government’s concern for peace and security, saying, “the Islamic Republic of Iran has for a long time presented a four-point plan to end the war in Yemen.” He added, “the end of this war in the proper way can have positive effects on the region.”

CPEC, Kashmir on Khan’s Agenda in China

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in Beijing on a visit to China. It is his third visit to the country since becoming Prime Minister. Hours before reaching the capital of China, a spokesman for the Pakistani military tweeted that Chief of Army Staff Qamar Javed Bajwa has reached a meeting with the Chinese military leadership. In the tweet, it was written that Bajwa will also attend the meeting of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Li Keqiang with Imran Khan.

Pakistani Prime Minister Warns of War with India

Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Imran Khan, has warned of a massacre and the threat of war over Indian-administered Kashmir. Khan has said that there are 900,000 Indian soldiers in Indian-administered Kashmir, and warned of a massacre once a military curfew is lifted. He urged the international community to play its part in resolving the issue. “For 50 days, the people of Kashmir have been locked down by 900,000 soldiers,” Khan said.

Kashmir Crisis: Nuclear War Won’t Be Won Between India and Pakistan

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he is worried because the Indian government is taking steps to create a nuclear war on the subcontinent. Addressing the nation on Monday about the situation in India’s Kashmir, he said, “the way I see the Modi government’s ambitions, the kind of ideology they have if the problem goes to war. Remember, both countries have nuclear weapons and no one will win a nuclear war.”

Pakistani PM Imran Khan: No More Dialogue with Indian Officials

Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Imran Khan, has said that he has no plans to talk to India anymore because it is no longer useful. In an interview with The New York Times, Imran Khan said, “there is no point in talking to them. I mean, I have done all the talking. Unfortunately, now when I look back, all the overtures that I was making for peace and dialogue, I think they took it for appeasement,” Mr. Khan said.

Pakistan PM Imran Khan Declares He Will Take Kashmir Case to the UN

Pakistan’s political leadership celebrated Eid in Pakistan-administered Kashmir to express solidarity with Kashmiris, where Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said, “Not only Pakistan but China also rejects India’s unconstitutional measures.” Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi while addressing the Mank Payi refugee camp said, “We are not members of the Security Council. We needed a lawyer to fight for us.” So I went to China and congratulate you that I have brought a lawyer from China to fight our case to the Security Council.”