Followers of Mumtaz Qadri, who was executed for assassinating liberal Punjab governor Salman Taseer in 2011, gathered in thousands on Wednesday at his 'shrine' in Islamabad, to commemorate his death.This comes after the government said that it would bar ... Business Standard, 4 weeks ago
Taseer was killed on January 4, 2011 in Islamabad by his bodyguard Mumtaz Qadri for allegedly criticising the blasphemy laws in the country - a hugely sensitive issue in the country.DNA, 2 months ago Pak police arrest 100 clerics 'celebrating' Taseer's killing Deccan Herald, 2 months ago Pakistan cracks down on clerics 'celebrating' Taseer's killing Sify, 2 months ago
Data provided by PEW, a US-based research centre suggests that South Asian nations are for the Sharia law. The law, which is the religious law forming part of Islamic tradition, is derived from the Quran – the religious text of the Muslims. India, which ...DNA, 3 weeks ago
By Saad Sayeed | ISLAMABAD ISLAMABAD Thousands of religious hardliners in Pakistan defied a ban on demonstrations to rally on Wednesday in support of a man executed for murdering a popular governor over his call to reform the country's blasphemy laws.First Post.com, 3 weeks ago Pakistan bans rallies praising killer of blasphemy law reform proponent| Reuters First Post.com, 4 weeks ago Pakistan bans famed religious TV host for hurling blasphemy allegations Sify, 2 months ago
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