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Pakistan bus attack raises alarms about extremists

LAHORE, Pakistan — Last week's terrorist attack on a bus that killed scores of minority Shiites is the latest example of sectarian violence and divisions that have grown in Pakistan the past few years as militant groups gain ground. Ratcheting up ... USA Today, 1 week ago

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Abu Dhabi National

Being a minority, or falling asleep

We mustn't forget that Zimbabwe is going to tour Pakistan. That should come as a relief to us, but something of an insult to Zimbabwe. Does that mean the militants don't think they are good enough to be killed? If they were satisfied with the Sri ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Opening match tickets sold out  Zimbabwe Herald1 week ago PCB chief Shaharyar says Zimbabwe tour is on  Daily Times1 week ago BCCI and PCB are optimistic  Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Zimbabwe fly to Pakistan for high stakes tour

Zimbabwe have left Harare for a high-stakes tour of Pakistan, national cricket association spokesman Lovemore Banda said Monday. "The team has left (Harare)," Banda told AFP. "They are going (to Pakistan) via Dubai." There were doubts whether the ...
 Emirates2471 week ago Zimbabwe brings international cricket back to Pakistan  NigerianHerald.com1 week ago

Karachi carnage has links to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

Muhammed Saeed According to Mr. Colin Clarke, associate political scientist working with the RAND Corporation, a highly recognized American think tank, it is necessary for policymakers in the US as well as elsewhere in the world to consider the ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago

Aptma fears 50pc closure of textile industry

LAHORE Chairman All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) S M Tanveer has feared 50% closure of the textile industry in case the government alters the Reduced Rate Regime, fails to release stuck up refunds and ensures liquidity supply from ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago

The minority problem

By Vazira Fazila-Yacoobali Zamindar Seventy-five years after the passage of the historic Pakistan Resolution of the All India Muslim League, we must ask how two nation-states forged out of a religious minority's fears of majoritarian ...
 South Asia Monitor2 months ago

Pakistan Includes Religious Minorities in New School Textbooks

For the first time in history, Pakistani history books for middle and high school students will describethe role that Christians, Hindus and Sikhs have had in building the country after independence. The change in curriculum is small but ...
 Breitbart.com2 weeks ago Bhagat Singh: Martyr of Lahore  Times of India2 months ago
Christian Post

Traders condemn church attacks

March 17, 2015 The Pakistan Industrial and Traders Associations Front have condemned the suicide bombing of the two churches in Youhanabad that claimed 15 lives and many others injured. Front Chairman Tahir Javed Malik said terrorists were ...
 Business Recorder2 months ago Thousands of Christians Riot in Pakistan to Protest Church Suicide Bombings, Reportedly Kill and Burn Two Suspects  Christian Post2 months ago

GOOGLE 'C' : Meet the woman who has been at the forefront of Pakistan's tech industry for over a decade

Jehan Ara wears several hats. She is the president of the largest tech association in Pakistan , runs a Google -funded incubation space, and is an outspoken advocate for cyber freedom and net neutrality. Despite modestly describing herself as a ...
 4 Traders1 month ago

'Black' property law still haunts Bangladesh minorities

Dhaka: In Faridpur district in central Bangladesh, Sanjay Kumar Mitra's is a well-known face. Mitra, 45, a Hindu and descendant of a once-famous zamindar (aristocratic landlord) family of Pundipur, still lives in the town with his wife and only ...
 UCAN India2 hours ago
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