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Obama administration taken aback by Pakistan permitting Hafiz Saeed's anti-India rally
Siasat Daily

US administration shocked over Pakistan allowing Hafiz Saeeds ...

The U.S. administration has taken serious note of Pakistan permitting Jamaat-ud-Dawah leader Hafiz Saeed, a terrorist wanted by the United States and with a bounty of USD 10 million on his head for information leading to his arrest and conviction for ..., 2 days ago
Terror head Hafiz Saeed turns politician Sunday Guardian Live, 9 hours ago

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Pak PM Nawaz Sharif's effigy burnt in Punjab

Fatehgarh Sahib (Pb), Jul 23 (PTI) Members of Anti-Terrorist Front of India burnt an effigy of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif here today for declaring a 'Black Day' to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir. National president of the ...
 Press Trust of India14 hours ago BJP activists burn effigy of Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif  United News of India5 days ago
Financial Express

Pak ATC seeks report on Indian witnesses for Mumbai attack

Islamabad, July 23 (ANI): A Pakistan Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) has asked the Foreign Office for the latest reports regarding the appearance of 24 Indian witnesses in a Islamabad court for hearing on the November 2008 Mumbai terror attack. The ATC ...
 Yahoo! India22 hours ago 9/11: Pak court seeks report on Indian witnesses  The Hindu3 hours ago Pakistan ATC seeks report on Indian witnesses for Mumbai attack  Siasat Daily20 hours ago

ATFI chief burns effigy of Pak PM

Fatehgarh Sahib, Jul 23 (UNI) Anti-Terrorist Front of India president Viresh Shandilya burnt the effigy of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, near Mandi Gobindgarh bus stand here today. He also burnt the effigy of terrorists Hafiz Saeed and ...
 United News of India13 hours ago
The Nation Pakistan

Stop extremist propaganda, media told

ISLAMABAD: When Hafiz Saeed led a kilometre-and-a-half long caravan of supporters on an anti-India protest march across Pakistan to the capital this week, the story was not aired by local TV channels. Also absent from the airwaves earlier this ...
 The Gulf Today4 hours ago As Pakistan bars extremists from airwaves, some fear creeping censorship  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 day ago As extremists barred from airwaves, some fear creeping censorship  Gulf Times1 day ago
Times of Oman

Qandeel's murder: senators for early passage of anti-honour killing bill by NA

Home » General News » Pakistan July 20, 2016 The brutal murder of social media sensation, Qandeel Baloch angered some moderate lawmakers in Senate on Tuesday, who demanded the government to immediately pass a private member's bill against ...
 Business Recorder4 days ago Honour Killing In Pakistan Sparks A Larger Movement  Uloop2 days ago Qandeel Baloch's parents speak of pain  BBC2 days ago Qandeel\\'s parents speak of pain  Financial Express Bangladesh1 day ago
Indian Express

Right-Wing Hindu Group Stages Anti-Pakistan Protest in New Delhi

NEW DELHI Dozens of people in the Indian capital gathered Tuesday for a fiery anti-Pakistan protest, as violence has flared in the northern state of Kashmir for over a week, an epa journalist reported. The right-wing Hindu nationalist party Shiv ...
 Latin American Herald Tribune4 days ago Nitish soft on anti-nationals, Kashmir Valley like situation in Bihar: BJP  United News of India2 days ago Arvind Kejriwal's statement on 'Talk to AK' anti-national: BJP leader Vijay Goel  Indian Express5 days ago Kejriwal's remark anti-national  Hindu Business Line5 days ago

Imran's anti-graft protest move from Aug 7

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan yesterday announced launching a countrywide anti-corruption movement from August 7, following the failure of talks between the government and the opposition parties to reach a consensus over ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 days ago PTI to launch mass anti-graft protest from Aug.7  The Gulf Today2 days ago Imran announces to launch anti-govt movement across the country  Online News Pakistan3 days ago PTI to launch anti-government movement in August  ARY News.tv3 days ago
The Express Tribune

Pakistani militant leader pledges support to Kashmir rebels

Pakistani protesters chant anti-Indian slogans during a rally in Islamabad, Pakistan. (Photo: AP) Saeed is designated a terrorist by the US government with a $10 million bounty on his head. Islamabad : The founder of the Pakistani militant group ...
 Asian Age3 days ago Senate takes dim view of Indian brutalities  The Express Tribune1 day ago Senate concerned over Human Rights violations in IHK  Pakistan Observer1 day ago
Press TV

JuD holds 'anti-India' march from Lahore to Islamabad

Lahore (Pakistan), July 21 (ANI): Banned militant outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) held an 'anti-India' march from Lahore to Islamabad over the Kashmir issue on Wednesday. A prominent banner at the rally accused both India and United States of ...
 Yahoo! India3 days ago Pakistan observes Black Day to condemn Kashmir violence  Press TV3 days ago Kashmiris Observe Accession To Pakistan Day Today  ARY News.tv4 days ago Jamaat-ud-Dawa holds anti-India march from Lahore to Islamabad  Siasat Daily2 days ago
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