Pakistan

Muslim states must counter Islamophobia, PM Khan tells OIC

Over the years, the Western world has linked radicalism and extremism with Islam and Muslims, Prime Minister Imran Khan said.…

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Lawyer goes to court for compulsory Quran teaching in schools

Azhar Siddiqui, a lawyer, has petitioned the Lahore High Court over the implementation of compulsory teaching of Quran in all…

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Electronic and overseas voting: Pakistan PM announces electoral reforms

Prime Minister Imran Khan has announced electoral reforms for the country to ensure that all the upcoming elections are free…

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One killed in Indian firing along the LoC

A man was killed and three people were injured after Indian forces opened unprovoked fire along the Line of Control…

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Safdar’s arrest: ISPR says ISI, Rangers personnel acted over zealously

The court of inquiry into the arrest of PML-N leader Capt (retd) Mohammad Safdar Awan in Karachi found that the…

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Nawaz Sharif would be taught lesson for speaking against institutions: Pervez Khattak

NOWSHERA: Federal Minister for Defence Pervez Khattak has said that PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif would be “taught a lesson” for…

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News regarding PTV privatization are baseless, says Shibli Faraz

Federal Information Minister Syed Shibli Faraz has said that the government is not looking to privatise PTV.   “News regarding…

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PM Imran Khan says role of railways ‘crucial in Naya Pakistan journey’

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said Friday the role of railways in the Naya Pakistan journey was “crucial”. Speaking at the…

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Maryam travels to Skardu to kick off PML-N’s electoral campaign

PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz arrived in Skardu Thursday morning to kick start PML-N’s electoral campaign for the upcoming elections in…

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Today’s outlook: Maryam to meet Shehbaz, Bilawal heads to Ghizer

Here are some of the stories we will be following today (Monday)”   An anti-terrorism court in Lahore will hear…

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