The 2007 killing near the Line of Control had sparked protests across the region.
Police claim initial investigations have revealed a personal enmity behind attack.
American lawmakers defend program, saying it should continue with more transparency.
Pakistani official says there is no bad blood between Riyadh and Islamabad over Parliament’s decision against joining coalition.
White House confirms U.S. operation in January led to deaths of two hostages and an American member of militant group.
Parents and two of nine children escape incident with injuries.
First phase of operations has ended, but alliance has vowed to continue targeted bombing when necessary.
Precise aerial strikes targeted the militants in restive northwest, according to military statement.
Nearly half of infants who don’t receive routine vaccinations are in Pakistan, India and Nigeria.
Managing director of channel says New Delhi has placed several constraints on channel over the years.
Analysts believe the trip is meant to pacify the Saudi royal family over Islamabad’s refusal to participate in conflict.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina terms incident ‘drama’ to fuel tensions ahead of local polls.
Much of investment, $35 billion of which will go to energy projects, will be in form of discounted loans.