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Just Published: "Alcoholic Drinks in Pakistan"

at 09:21 AM EST Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/21/2014 -- Alcohol consumption among Muslims is illegal in Pakistan. Muslims constitute 97% of the Pakistani population and strong regulations are imposed on the alcoholic drinks industry. Despite all ... Fat Pitch Financials, 1 hour ago

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Shahi Imam Has No Right to Pick Son as Successor, Says Delhi High Court

Shahi Imam (L) with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif New Delhi: One of India's top Muslim clerics has been asked by the Delhi High Court to explain his decision to pick his son as his successor. Syed Ahmed Bukhari, the Shahi Imam of India's ...
 NDTV10 hours ago Why is the HC taking note of Bukhari's successor?  Rediff.com9 hours ago
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Pakistani schools network observes anti-Malala day

Bangladeshi author Nasrin was forced to flee her homeland in 1994 after radical Muslims accused her of blasphemy over her novel "Lajja" (Shame), in which a Hindu family is persecuted by Muslims. Blasphemy is a sensitive issue in Pakistan also, ...
 Voice of Russia1 week ago Pakistan celebrates Anti-Malala Day  The Express Tribune1 week ago Pakistani Schools Observe I am Not Malala Day  Time1 week ago Pakistani schools hold anti-Malala day  RTE Online1 week ago
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Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzay win 2014 Nobel Peace Prize

The Nobel Committee regards it as an important point for a Hindu and a Muslim, an Indian and a Pakistani, to join in a common struggle for education and against extremism Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzay The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided that ...
 India Infoline1 month ago Kailash Satyarthi, Malala Yousafzai Win Nobel Peace Prize  International Business Times India1 week ago Abdus Salam the Nobel laureate Pak chose to forget  Hindustan Times1 month ago Nawaz, Modi won't attend Nobel Peace Prize ceremony  Business Recorder1 week ago

UAE bans five Pakistan-based outfits among 86 terror groups; Indian Mujahideen, Muslim Brotherhood also banned

The UAE has come out with a list of 86 banned terror outfits that has five Pakistan-based groups, including the dreaded Haqqani network and the LeT. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Cabinet yesterday announced the names of 86 extremist groups that ...
 DNA India5 days ago UAE bans five Pakistan-based terror groups  Asian Age4 days ago UAE Bans 5 Pak-Based Outfits Among 86 Terror Groups  Outlook India5 days ago UAE bans 5 Pakistan-based outfits among 86 terror groups  Business Standard India5 days ago
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Pakistani Shiite Muslims carry symbolic coffins on Muharram in Karachi

Pakistani Shiite Muslims carry symbolic coffins during a procession on the 12th day of Muharram in southern Pakistani port city of Karachi on Nov. 6, 2014. (Xinhua/Masroor) 1 2
 Xinhua News Agency2 weeks ago Pakistani Shiite Muslim devotees mark Ashura  Xinhua News Agency2 weeks ago Pakistani Shiite Muslims mark Ashura amid tight security  International Business Times India2 weeks ago
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UAE blacklists 5 Pakistani groups among 83 as 'militant organisations

Blackl­ists al Qaeda and the IS, as well as the Muslim Brothe­rhood and Afghan­istan's Taliba­n and CAIR The UAE has been taking part in US-led air strikes against the IS group in Syria, along with fellow Arab states ...
 The Express Tribune5 days ago The economic might of Pakistani military  Meri News1 week ago

Hyderabad Muslims slam Bukhari

The invitation extended by Shahi Imam of Delhi's Jama Masjid, Syed Ahmed Bukhari, to Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for his son's dastarbandi, while ignoring Prime Minister Narendra Modi, invited the wrath of a cross-section of Muslims in the city on ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Inviting Nawaz Sharif and leaving Narendra Modi was unwarranted: Digvijay Singh  DNA2 weeks ago Modi factor will not work in Delhi polls, says Congress leader Arvinder Singh Lovely  IndiaTV News2 months ago
Times of India

Muslims rubbish Syed Ahmed Bukhari's invite to Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif

LUCKNOW: From the common man on the street to the head of Asia's most important Islamic seminary Darul Uloom Deoband (DuD), various sections of the Muslim community on Friday condemned and questioned the decision of Syed Ahmed Bukhari, shahi imam of ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Muslims rubbish Bukhari’s invite to Pakistani PM  Times of India2 weeks ago Muslims rubbish Syed Ahmed Bukhari’s invite to Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif  Economic Times2 weeks ago Muslims rubbish Bukhari's invite to Pakistani PM  Times of India2 weeks ago

Pervez Musharraf terms PM Narendra Modi 'anti-Muslim'

New Delhi, Oct 23: Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday hit out at Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and termed him 'anti-Pakistan.' In an interveiew to Headlines Today, Musharraf said that Modi was 'anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan'. "Modi ...
 One India4 weeks ago Modi visits Siachen, Pakistan violates truce  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago VK Singh slams Musharraf's anti-Muslim Modi rant, calls him a 'sick man'  Rediff.com2 months ago Quite clearly, Modi is anti-Pakistan and anti-Muslim: Pervez Musharraf  First Post.com2 months ago
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