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Cynthia Ritchie’s accusations are bigger than Covid in Pakistan. As Imran Khan would like

Cash-strapped and under pressure for poor Covid-handling, Imran Khan government and Pakistan military are using an age-old strategy to shift attention.
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#MeToo movement makes debut in Pakistan, high-profile people named

Here’s what’s happening across the border: Legal trouble for former PM Shaukat Aziz as court issues non-bailable warrant; International golf returns to Pakistan after 11 years.
Imran Khan

PM Modi congratulates Imran Khan, hopes democracy will take deeper roots in Pakistan 

Here’s what is happening across the border: Pakistan may get its first woman Prez and Nawaz's hospital ward made a sub-jail.
Pakistani journalists protest for freedom of press | @Naeem121/Twitter

Pakistan media targeted as it doesn’t believe in silence of the lambs: Dawn CEO

Pakistan’s teenage prodigy started making video games at 13, and a former PPP senator has said the elections are already rigged.

Chief Justice of Pakistan announces donation of Rs 1 million for dam construction, invites philanthropy

New press freedom movement starts in Pakistan as alerts warn of antibiotic-resistant typhoid fever.
Nawaz Sharif

The devious plans of Pakistan’s army & Supreme Court might just work in upcoming polls

The powers-that-be must seriously consider the price Pakistan pays for each round of their attempt to manipulate the political process.
Pakistan People’s Party's convoy for an election rally | Facebook

Bilawal Bhutto’s convoy attacked at Karachi’s Lyari neighbourhood

Printing of most expensive ballot paper starts for July elections as a transgender activist declares assets worth Rs 100 million.
Cyril Almeida

Dawn journalist Cyril Almeida gets legal notice over Nawaz Sharif interview 

Chief justice of Pakistan admits he failed to put the house in order; Shah Rukh Khan's cousin withdraws from assembly elections.
Pakistan's English-language newspapers for sale in Karachi | Rizwan Tabassum/Getty Images

Jinnah’s paper, Dawn, refuses to be cowed down by the Pakistan army

When Pakistan goes to polls on 25 July, it will be the first time that two consecutively elected governments are handing over power, but political parties fear that the army is mounting a soft coup.
Kulsoom Nawaz with husband, Nawaz Sharif and daughter Maryam Nawaz in hospital

Pakistan news channel claims Kulsoom Nawaz’s critical health a ‘drama’

Here’s what’s happening across the border: 43.9 million Pakistani civilians hold firearms; QB’s desi-fied version of anthem FIFA takes Pakistan by storm.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath waters Parijaat sapling ahead of the inception of Bhoomi Pujan for the construction of Ram Temple. | PTI

After Ayodhya, Kashi and Mathura will be easier. It’s PoK that poses big challenge for BJP

Ayodhya is the beginning of a new Hindu renaissance movement. India must channelise this energy to foster unity and work for economic resurgence.
File image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

These are the 18 sectors that have been identified as ‘strategic’ for India by Modi govt

According to the plan, in strategic sectors, there will be a maximum of four public sector units and a minimum of one unit operating. The govt plans to exit the rest. 


Indian Army personnel | Representational image | ANI

This is the 3-stage system Army movies go through in India to prevent an Ekta Kapoor ‘XXX’

MoD wrote to Censor Board last month emphasising that web series based on military subjects also require a no-objection certification, just like movies & TV serials do.
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Modi govt’s NEP is out of touch with reality, Indian voters want English-medium education

State leaders with their ear to the ground, like Nitish, Mamata and Yogi, have shown that the push for native language education is not what voters want.