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20 Sep 2021


Pakistan: Hindu family tortured for fetching drinking water from mosque

A poor Hindu family reportedly faced torture in Pakistan's Punjab province for fetching water from a mosque.

17 Sep 2021


Busted terror module was planning series of blasts across India

The Pakistan-backed terror operatives arrested earlier this week were planning a series of blasts across India, News18 reported citing sources.

16 Sep 2021


High alert in Punjab after Pakistan-backed terror module gets busted

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has directed the police to be on high alert after a Pakistan-backed terror module was busted in the state.

15 Sep 2021


Afghan female footballers evade Taliban, reach Pakistan

Thirty-two women football players from Afghanistan, who were facing threats from the Taliban, have reached Pakistan along with their families after the government issued emergency humanitarian visas to evacuate them.

Delhi Police busts Pakistan-organized terror module; two terrorists arrested

In a massive operation, the Special Cell of Delhi Police on Tuesday busted a Pakistan-organised terror module with the arrest of six men, including two Pak-ISI trained terrorists, officials said.

14 Sep 2021


Pakistan harbors Taliban members, says US; to reassess relationship

The United States will be reassessing its relationship with Pakistan in the coming days, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said Monday, noting that some of Pakistan's interests "are in conflict with ours."

11 Sep 2021


Classified documents from Afghanistan transferred to Pakistan in three aircraft

Pakistan now has access to crucial, classified data from Afghanistan as three of its planes—which had actually come with humanitarian aid for the neighboring country—returned with "bags full of documents" on Thursday, reported CNN-News18.

10 Sep 2021


Pakistan rejects allegations it backed Taliban in Panjshir Valley

Pakistan has rejected reports that it aided the Taliban's takeover in the Panjshir province.

10 Sep 2021


Pakistan rejects reports of aiding Taliban offensive in Panjshir Valley

Pakistan has rejected reports that it was aiding the Taliban offensive in Afghanistan's Panjshir Valley, terming these as a "mischievous propaganda campaign."

10 Sep 2021


Pakistan will use own currency for trade with Taliban: Report

Pakistan is planning to carry out bilateral trade with the Taliban using its own currency, the Pakistani rupee.

08 Sep 2021


Pakistan deports over 200 Afghan nationals

Pakistan has deported over 200 Afghan nationals, including women and children, after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, according to a media report on Wednesday.

07 Sep 2021


Kabul: Taliban arrests journalists as protesters chant 'death to Pakistan'

The Taliban on Tuesday fired shots to disperse a rally in Kabul against Pakistan and its intelligence agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).

07 Sep 2021

Sexual Assault

Pakistan: 155 suspects released in TikToker's sexual assault case

Police has released 155 suspects, arrested for their alleged involvement in the sexual assault of a TikToker girl on Independence Day after the victim and her team could not recognize them during an identification parade, a government official said on Tuesday.

06 Sep 2021


Taliban says Panjshir resistance chief commander Saleh Mohammed killed

Saleh Mohammed, the chief commander of the forces leading the anti-Taliban resistance from Panjshir, has been killed during clashes between the two groups.

05 Sep 2021


Pakistan: Suicide attack kills 3 in Quetta; TTP claims responsibility

A suicide bomber on a motorcycle blew himself up in Pakistan's Quetta on Sunday, killing at least three and injuring 20 others.

03 Sep 2021


Where does the Taliban get its money from?

The Taliban is megarich.

03 Sep 2021


No evidence that Pakistan was along with Taliban fighters: Pentagon

The Pentagon has said it has seen no evidence to corroborate reports that there were Pakistan nationals along with the Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.

Syed Geelani buried in Srinagar; curbs imposed across Kashmir

Syed Ali Shah Geelani, a longtime Kashmiri separatist leader, was buried at a graveyard near his residence in Srinagar's Hyderpora area around 4:30 am on Thursday.

01 Sep 2021


Bangladeshi vaccine scientist, Pakistani microfinancier among Ramon Magsaysay awardees

A Bangladeshi vaccine scientist and a microfinance pioneer from Pakistan were among the five recipients of this year's Ramon Magsaysay Award - regarded as the Asian version of the Nobel Prize - announced on Tuesday.

31 Aug 2021


Pakistan Foreign Minister says Afghan government to be formed soon

Amidst uncertainty over the Taliban's hostile takeover in Afghanistan, Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Tuesday that a government will be formed within days.

31 Aug 2021


MP man, missing since 23yrs, returns to India from Pakistan

A 57-year-old man from Madhya Pradesh, who went missing from his native place in Sagar district 23 years ago and was later jailed in Pakistan after inadvertently crossing into the neighboring country, has returned to India.

25 Aug 2021


Pakistan serving as Taliban's support base: Afghanistan's acting President

Afghanistan's former Vice President Amrullah Saleh slammed Pakistan for providing "service" and "aid" to the Taliban.

19 Aug 2021

Shia Muslims

Bombing hits Pakistan Shiite procession, killing at least three

A powerful roadside bomb exploded among a procession of Shiite Muslims in central Pakistan on Thursday, killing at least three and wounding over 50 people, local police said.

18 Aug 2021


Pakistani woman TikToker assaulted by hundreds of men on I-Day

Hundreds of men groped and assaulted a woman in Pakistan on Saturday (August 14), celebrated as the country's Independence Day.

17 Aug 2021


'Will never bow to Taliban,' says former Afghan Vice-President Saleh

Amrullah Saleh, the former Vice-President of Afghanistan, said he will never bow down to the Taliban, while also accusing Pakistan of siding with the terror group.

16 Aug 2021


'Deeply worried' for women, minorities in Afghanistan: Malala Yousafzai

Shocked at the takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban, Pakistani activist and the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai has said she is "deeply worried" for women, minorities, and human rights advocates living in the strife-torn country.

Pakistan: Minorities tense as 8 temples attacked in 18 months

Attacks on minority communities have been on the rise in Pakistan, making life fearful and troublesome for the Hindu community in the country.

Pakistan can attract tourists from Muslim countries: Imran Khan

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan on Tuesday said that Pakistan has great potential in attracting tourists from Muslim countries as leading travel destinations such as Europe were developing an Islamophobic mindset.

10 Aug 2021


Temple damaged by mob restored, 90 suspects arrested: Pakistan government

The Pakistan government on Monday said it has completed the restoration work of the temple that was badly damaged by a mob last week in Punjab province and arrested a total of 90 suspects involved in the attack.

09 Aug 2021


Pakistan drone reportedly drops tiffin box bomb in Amritsar village

Ahead of Independence Day, police has recovered a tiffin box bomb packed with over 2 kg of RDX from a village in Amritsar which they suspect was dropped by a drone flying in from Pakistan.

31 Jul 2021

Domestic Violence

Pakistan's women lawmakers demand public hanging of all rapists

Women lawmakers of Pakistan have unanimously demanded the public hanging of all rapists to curb rising cases of harassment and abuse of women and children in the country.

28 Jul 2021


Pakistan: 2 weeks after bus blast, Chinese nationals shot at

Weeks after a blast on a bus carrying Chinese engineers, two Chinese nationals were fired at by unidentified assailants in Karachi on Wednesday.

BSF, Pakistan Rangers exchange sweets for first time since 2019

The Border Security Force (BSF) and Pakistan Rangers on Wednesday exchanged sweets at various points along the border on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha, the first time since the Pakistani side shunned the custom in 2019.

US eases travel advisory for India as COVID-19 cases decline

As India's COVID-19 outbreak subsides, the United States has eased the travel advisory for its citizens traveling to India.

20 Jul 2021


South Korean goes missing after scaling Pakistani peak

A famous South Korean climber fell into a crevasse and went missing over the weekend in bad weather after scaling another mountain peak in northern Pakistan, a mountaineering official said on Tuesday.

19 Jul 2021

Fawad Chaudhry

Around 30 killed, several injured as bus crashes in Pakistan

At least 30 people were killed, mostly laborers who were going to their hometown to celebrate Eid-ul Azha, and over 40 others injured on Monday when a passenger bus collided with a trailer truck on a highway in Dera Ghazi Khan district of Pakistan's Punjab Province.

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