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Pak should no more be in denial about Dawood: Ujjwal Nikam

With the United Nations virtually endorsing India's stand that Dawood Ibrahim is based in Pakistan, Special Public Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam on Thursday said that Islamabad should no more be in a denial mode about the whereabouts of the underworld ... Business Standard, 1 week ago

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India declares Pakistan 'No School Going Mission'

As New Delhi is concerned about the security of their young nationals after the Army Public School attack in Peshawar in Dec 2014
 Business Standard1 month ago Centre asks diplomats in Pakistan to send their kids back to India  Asian Age1 month ago Indian diplomats in Pakistan asked to send their school-going children back to India  catchnews.com1 month ago Pak military pressurising Sharif to malign India, says former diplomat  Sify1 month ago
India Today

Has China publicly acknowledged Pakistan's role in Mumbai terror attacks?

Chinese State Television CCTV9 has, in a documentary aired recently, highlighted the role of the Lashkar-e-Taiyaba (LeT) and its sponsors in Pakistan in this horrific attack which shook the world.
 India Today2 months ago Bangladesh blames homegrown Islamists, ISI for Dhaka terror attack  Deccan Herald1 month ago Pakistan, China, Afghanistan and Tajikistan announce counter-terrorism alliance  Business Standard3 weeks ago China publicly names Pakistan for Mumbai terror attacks  Sify2 months ago

Public spending in Pak is politically driven: UNDP chief

The outgoing chief of United Nations Development Programme, Marc Andre has said the concentration of public spending in Pakistan is politically driven and only restricted to a few developed districts, which is increasing inequality between the rich ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
India Today

Pakistan Army was busy playing golf, posting scores on social media when Quetta tragedy happened

Even as painful cries of terror victims and their kin were broadcast on TV, Pakistan army's publicity wing - the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) - tweeted a link to a Golf Tournament underway in Karachi announcing winners of the Day 4 of the event.
 India Today3 weeks ago

Pakistan doesn't deserve visit of prominent public figures: Kashmiri activist

With Hizb-ul-Mujahideen chief and NIA's most wanted terrorist Syed Salahudeen openly protesting into the streets of Islamabad against arrival of Home Minister Rajnath Singh to attend the seventh SAARC Home Ministers' conference there, Kashmiri ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago

Pakistan: Hindu man beaten for eating during Ramadan by police constable

Gokal Das was beaten by a police constable and his brother while having biryani in public which was given to him in charity on Friday.
 DNA2 months ago Man, 80, beaten for eating food during Ramzan in Pakistan  Asian Age2 months ago Cop beats up 80-year-old Hindu man in Pakistan for eating during Ramazan  Rediff.com2 months ago Hindu man beaten in Pak for eating during Ramazan  Sify2 months ago

Famed Pakistan philanthropist Edhi dies in Karachi

Sharif`s government had offered to fly Edhi abroad for treatment, but he refused, saying he wanted to be treated at a public hospital in his own country. The Edhi Foundation runs a vast fleet of ambulances, orphanages and medical clinics across the country.
 Zee News1 month ago

Zardari criticizes funding of seminary in Khyber Pakhtukhwa

Former Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari hit out at the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa provincial government for allocating public funds to a privately-owned Islamic seminary known for "its links with the Taliban and other militant groups". The provincial government, ...
 Sify2 months ago

Anti-Ahmadi group campaigning for funds through newspaper ads

A prominent anti-Ahmadi group has appealed to the general public for charity through newspaper advertisements across Pakistan to support its efforts in "restricting the religious freedom" of Ahmadis.The publishing of contemptuous advertisements in ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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