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Pakistan approves landmark Hindu Marriage Bill after decades of delay
International Business Times UK

Pakistan approves landmark Hindu Marriage Bill after decades o...

The Pakistani government has approved a special bill to legislate Hindu marriages after several decades of delay. The Hindu Marriage Bill was given the green light by a key parliamentary panel and is now awaiting approval of the assembly. The ... International Business Times UK, 16 hours ago
Pakistan Passes Draft Law Allowing Hindu Couples to Register Marriages Latin American Herald Tribune, 14 hours ago
No marriage law for Hindus in Pak: Daily New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago
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Refugees From Pakistan Get a New Lease of Life

NEWDELHI: In huge relief to Hindus from Pakistan and Bangladesh, who escaped persecution and took refuge in India, the Modi Government has decided to give them a passport-like ID with a five-year long-term visa (LTV) stamped on it. A senior ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago BJP to Reach Out to Hindu Refugees From Bangladesh in WB, Assam  Outlook India3 weeks ago Assembly elections: BJP to reach out to Hindu refugees from Bangladesh in Bengal and Assam  DNA3 weeks ago Cong obstructing important legislations in parliament: Sushma Swaraj  Economic Times1 month ago
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No Hindu marriage law in Pakistan creating multitude of issue: Newspaper

ISLAMABAD: Pakistani lawmakers' lack of political will to pass the pending Hindu marriage bill despite a Supreme Court directive came in for criticism today, with a leading newspaper questioning the government's commitment to minority rights, ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Hindu marriage bill  DAWN Group1 week ago 'No Hindu Marriage Law in Pak Creating Multitude of Issues'  Outlook India1 week ago Hindu marriage bill — all talk, no action  DAWN Group1 week ago
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Rediff.com

'They were determined to strangle Pakistan at birth'

'Patel was more in tune with the popular mood than Jawaharlal Nehru. While the principle that Hindus and Muslims should be able to live together remained central to Nehru's vision for India, the Sardar was less sentimental.' 'Nehru would angrily face down mobs himself, rushing from trouble spot to trouble spot. A veritable tent city, filled with Muslim refugees, sprouted on the lawns of his bungalow... Mountbatten feared Nehru's impulsiveness would get him killed, and assigned soldiers to watch ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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`Jinnah wanted Hindus, Muslims in Pakistan to be like Roman Catholics, Protestants in Great Britain`

New Delhi: Pakistan was carved out of the Indian subcontinent in 1947 apparently to `protect` the largest religious minority, and its first Governor General Mohammed Ali Jinnah, assured that it would be a secular Muslim majority state. Farhanaz ...
 ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago Pakistan: Problems in Purifying the 'Land of the Pure'  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago
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Video: Pakistanis are blessed with the honour to destroy India, kill Hindus: Cleric​

New Delhi: Irfan-ul-Haq a cleric and former banker caught provoking Pakistanis to destroy idol worship in India and kill Hindus. According to zeenews.com, Columnist and author Tarek Fateh on Sunday shared a video of a lecture which the author ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago When Islamic cleric provoked Pakistanis to destroy idol worship in India, wipe out Hindus – Watch  Zee News1 month ago
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Slow genocide of minorities in Pakistan: Farahnaz Ispahani

Farhanaz Ispahani blames Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq for creating a militant group to target Shias, Ahmadis, Hindus and Christians From 23% in 1947, Pakistan's minorities today constitute a mere 3-4% of the population, says Farahnaz Ispahani, media advisor ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago
Weekly Voice

Temple attack in Pakistan not because of faith: Reema Abbasi

Asserting that Hindus were not persecuted in her country, Pakistani journalist-author Reema Abbasi on Saturday attributed land-grabbing rather faith behind attacks on temples in Pakistan."No temple has been razed on ground of faith. Yes, when the Babri Masjid ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago 1971 was a big mistake, says Pak author  Times of India3 weeks ago 'Temple attack in Pakistan not because of faith'  Manorama Online3 weeks ago
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Times of India

It's a sad ghar wapsi for Pakistani Hindus

AHMEDABAD: Even as Pakistani-origin singer Adnan Sami was granted Indian citizenship, many disillusioned families are going back to the neighbouring country after spending many years in Gujarat. In the past one year, at least 100 families — most ...
 Times of India1 month ago It’s a sad ghar wapsi for Pakistani Hindus  Times of India1 month ago

Pakistan was created to destroy India and Hinduism: 2011 video of Islamic cleric resurfaces

"Pakistanis should consider themselves fortunate that Allah has bestowed the honour to wage war against India to them," a prominent Islamic cleric and former banker Irfan-ul-Haq, was caught on video speakingto a Pakistani audience during a lecture ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
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