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Pakistani Sikhs Back in the Dark Ages of Religious Persecution

Aid , Armed Conflicts , Asia-Pacific , Crime & Justice , Democracy , Development & Aid , Economy & Trade , Editors' Choice , Headlines , Human Rights , Migration & Refugees , Population , Projects , Regional Categories , Religion , Trade & ... Inter Press Service, 2 months ago

America- India duo and impact on Pakistan

Traditionally, US-India relationship is characterised by high rhetoric and poor implementation. While there were no major policy announcements during Obamas visit, the two sides inked a symbolic Declaration of Friendship which included trivialities ...
 Frontier Post4 days ago
DAWN Group

War in the shadows

Munir Akram All people of goodwill desire peace between Pakistan and India. Given their historical animosities, a close relationship is probably unachievable in the foreseeable future. But a cold peace, which does not eliminate their fundamental ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago

South Asian community gathers in grief at Peshawar massacre

THE community meeting room in Strawberry Hill Library in Surrey was filled to capacity on Sunday, December 28 with members of the South Asian community and representatives of various faiths, who came to express their solidarity with the grieving ...
 Indo-Canadian Voice4 weeks ago

Timeline: How terror reined 2014

LAHORE (Dunya News/Web Desk) With some of the worst terrorist events taking place, the year 2014 was one of the deadliest and bloodiest in Pakistan's history. The dead bodies and blood marked the beginning of the year and it continued through the ...
 Dunya News4 weeks ago

VIEW POINT: Why we are where we are today

By: SAIDA FAZAL Published on December 25, 2014 Our civil and military leaderships seem to have finally come to the realisation that the mess we are in today is the result of harebrained policies of the past three-and-a-half decades that now need ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago
The Express Tribune

The dismal state of human rights in Pakistan

Women are the single larges­t group whose fundam­ental rights are system­atical­ly threat­ened by the state and societ­y The writer is a human rights activists and director of the Gender Studies Centre. She tweets @drfarzanabari The ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Missing identity

SARDAR Kalyan Singh, a teacher at a government-run college in Gujranwala, considers himself to be among a small minority of fortunate Sikhs for having managed to get his marriage registered, albeit following a tedious six-month legal proceeding in ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

Govt admits higher crime, terrorism incidence

PESHAWAR: Confronted with official figures of the state of worsening law and order situation, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government on Monday admitted increase in incidents of extortion, targeted killings and grenade attacks in the province. Also, a ...
 DAWN Group2 months ago KP govt admits higher crime, terrorism incidence  DAWN Group2 months ago

Jihad should replace democracy to overcome challenges: JI

OUR STAFF REPORTER/Monitoring Desk LAHORE - Former Jamat-e-Islami Ameer Munawwar Hassan on Saturday ruled out the resolution of issues through democratic disposition and instead called for promoting the culture of Jihad to overcome the present ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago
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