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Al Jazeera › 34 minutes ago
After India's Babri Mosque was destroyed, a mob in Lahore sought to demolish a temple. Until a local man intervened.
Al Jazeera › Opinions › 47 minutes ago
The Pakistani state's repeated attacks on us only strengthens our resolve.
Breitbart › Incident › 11 hours ago
Teachers did nothing while a girl was "passed around like meat" from age 12 by an alleged "Asian" grooming gang in Telford, a court has heard.
Telegraph › 22 hours ago
A “ground breaking” typhoid vaccine has reduced cases of the bacterial disease by more than 80 per cent in a trial involving 20,000 children in Nepal.
Al Jazeera › 1 day ago
At least 629 girls and women sold to Chinese men in a period of two years, AP reports quoting Pakistani investigators.
New York Post › 1 day ago
A Rockland County beauty queen — crowned Miss Pakistan World in 2012 — was killed over the weekend when her car hit a curb and overturned into oncoming traffic, police said. Zanib Naveed, 32, was driving a 2018 Mercedes CL2 eastbound on the Inter...
BBC News › Lifestyle › 1 day ago
The jab is being given to nine million children in Pakistan at risk of a dangerous form of the infection.
Sputnik International › 1 day ago
An exclusive report by AP reveals that 629 girls and women across Pakistan were sold as brides to Chinese men and taken to China over the past two years.
Telegraph › 1 day ago
Trafficking investigations into hundreds of Pakistani women and girls being sold as brides to Chinese men have reportedly ground to a halt because of government reluctance to harm ties with Beijing.
New York Post › 1 day ago
LAHORE, Pakistan — Page after page, the names stack up: 629 girls and women from across Pakistan who were sold as brides to Chinese men and taken to China. The list, obtained by The Associated Press, was compiled by Pakistani investigators determined...
HuffPost › 1 day ago
Investigations into the trafficking networks have reportedly stalled due to pressure from government officials fearful of hurting Pakistan’s lucrative ti...
Al Jazeera › Lifestyle › 1 day ago
Police may have cracked down on student activists but many remain hopeful that their voices are finally being heard.
Breitbart › 1 day ago
An angry mob attempted to storm the offices of the Dawn newspaper for identifying the London Bridge attacker as a "man of Pakistani origin."
Telegraph › 1 day ago
When the Japanese humanitarian Dr Tetsu Nakamura was awarded Asia's equivalent of the Nobel prize for his aid to Afghanistan and Pakistan, he vowed to continue sharing “life’s joys and sorrows with the local people”.
The Independent › 1 day ago
'This show of force... constitutes yet another absolutely unacceptable act of intimidation towards Pakistan’s leading daily,' says RSF
RT › 1 day ago
Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan’s controversial former leader, complained from a hospital bed in Dubai that his trial for treason, held in absentia, was unfair. The video has been broadcast by Pakistani media. Read Full Article at
RT › Finance › 2 days ago
Pakistan has seen unprecedented inflows of foreign money this year. Global investors bought 1-year bonds worth $642 million in November alone. Read Full Article at
Al Jazeera › 2 days ago
Britain's National Crime Agency said assets and cash frozen in the UK will be handed over to Pakistani government.
Fox News › 2 days ago
Dozens of angry Islamists swarmed the building of an independent Pakistani newspaper in the capital, Islamabad, blocking its entrance for several hours, threatening the staff and demanding its editor be hanged, the paper reported Wednesday.
Sputnik International › 2 days ago
New Delhi (Sputnik): The proposed legislation has also evoked severe criticism for its “evident communal nature”, highlighting the exclusion of Muslims. However, Indian home minister Amit Shah has rejected such allegations in parliament.
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