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The defence of Pakistan is in my safe hands. Who knows, 10 years on I could become the selected prime minister of Pakistan.
Anti-social elements were making pro-Pakistan statements, says Meerut SP (City) Akhilesh N. Singh
India has since antiquity held a unique identity. But today, it wants to identify itself with one culture, one nation, one law.
A university in Pakistan has forced a student to apologise for a hate tweet, and global press body has condemned the country for curbing press freedom.
Here's what's happening across the border: Interior minister survives a bullet through his arm, and a transgender person was tortured by an assailant in Peshawar Bullet recovered from passenger’s bag at Islambad airport Less than a week after the new Islamabad International Airport started operations, a bullet of a 30 bore pistol was recovered from a Spanish passenger’s bag during inspections. Aman Masood, a Spanish citizen, was travelling to Barcelona from Pakistan when he was stopped by the airport security force for interrogation. After recovering the bullet, Masood was taken into custody and an investigation has been initiated. Since its opening on 3 May, the airport has faced a number of logistical problems. Passengers have complained about lack of assistance from airport authorities as well. Some passengers also claimed that they were told to sit on the floor of the international lounge due to a lack of sitting space. Transgender tortured in Peshawar Arman, who...
Here's what is happening across the border: In a week of many firsts, Punjab University gets first woman V-C in 136 years, and an open court in Peshawar for the Sikhs.
Here’s what’s happening across the border: The govt is hiding luxury cars but the chief justice won't allow it and Diamer-Bhasha dam gets green signal after 17 years Tayyaba's torturers brought to book and given bail Additional district and sessions judge Raja Khurram Ali Khan and his wife Maheen Zafar were sentenced to one year in prison by the Islamabad High Court Tuesday in the Tayyaba torture case. However, they were given bail by the same court shortly after being convicted. The judge and his wife were accused of keeping Tayyaba, their 10-year-old domestic worker, in wrongful confinement and assaulting her over minor infractions. For instance, once they burned her hand over a missing broom, the Dawn had reported. The two were also given a fine of Rs 50,000 each in the case that had sparked outrage across the nation in December 2016, after photos of the victim emerged on social media. Despite being acquitted of most of...
India to send a team of doctors to Pakistan for prisoner repatriation and Sikhs leave to visit Pakistan's religious sites.
Pakistan to host Lindsay Lohan, Diego Maradona and more celebrities on Pakistan Day event on 23 March. Number of Pak visas for Chinese increase since CPEC.