Foreign Office confirms to have received Swaraj's response to the letter written by Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif.
IHC official to be present during visit, security to be provided to visitors, says FO spokesperson.
Pakistan will be sending astronauts into space within next two years, says Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman.
"We can’t have an independent foreign policy until we are economically strong," says the foreign minister.
American official meets Pakistan's top-tier civilian and military leadership with old demand of 'do more'.
James Mattis will meet PM Abbasi and COAS Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa during his visit.
Saudis deny Houthi claims that the missile hit a military target inside the kingdom.
Increase in missile tests by India after its membership of the MTCR "demonstrates its policy of duplicity," FO says.
"These steps undermine the goals of peace and stability in the Korean Peninsula, the North-East Asia region and beyond."
Educational institutions to remain closed in Islamabad and Punjab for next two days.
Police use tear gas, rubber bullets to disperse crowds; protesters respond by throwing stones at security forces.
The Jamaat-i-Islami men were sentenced to death for committing crimes against humanity in the 1971 war.
Both vow to assist each other in “all mutually relevant areas for the benefit of the two countries”.
India reluctant to send Kulbhushan's wife alone, says spy's mother also has the right to see her son.
Pakistan believes UK will act against display of anti-Pakistan slogans affixed on London buses, FO says.
Cross-border firing by an Indian soldier had resulted in the death of an elderly women yesterday.
Asif received the Doctor of International Relations degree for his contributions as member of cabinet.
The ministry says that attacks on Pakistan security forces across Pak-Afghan border have increased.
The decision has been taken "on humanitarian grounds", a press release from the Foreign Office states.
Nayyar Iqbal was laid to rest in Islamabad earlier today.