Pakistan reporter Amin Hafeez interviews a buffalo on Eid-ul-Zuha and even gets a response

Pakistani journalist Amin Hafeez was seen asking the animal if it likes Lahore and is enjoying the food in the cosmopolitan city. 

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'We don’t have such a picture in our history': Afghan VP Amrullah Saleh slams Pakistani trolls with an image of 1971 Pak Army surrender

Attacking Pakistani trolls, Afghanistan’s Vice-President Amrullah Saleh shared a picture of the Pakistan Army's surrender to India in the 1971 war. Taliban and terrorism won't heal the trauma of…

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No evidence that Afghan ambassador's daughter was kidnapped: Pakistan

Days after Silsila Alikhil, Afghanistan ambassador's daughter, was allegedly kidnapped, Pakistan has concluded that there is no evidence to support Afghan's claims

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Real-life waterfall? Twitter laughs after Islamabad airport's false ceiling collapses again

With heavy rainfall came down Islamabad International Airport's false ceiling. However, turns out, this is not the first time such a downfall has taken place. Twitter reactions tell the tale

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China sends team to Pakistan to investigate bus attack that killed nine Chinese

A little after a Pakistan minister confirmed traces of explosives in the bus attack, China has sent a team of investigators to probe a possible "terrorist attack"

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Pakistan: 13 killed, including 7 Chinese nationals, as blast targets Dasu Dam workers

The vehicle was carrying more than 30 Chinese engineers to the Dasu dam site in Upper Kohistan when it was attacked. 

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Imran Khan's party symbol should be 'thief', not a cricket bat: Maryam Nawaz

Pakistanis were overburdened by inflation, Maryam observed, and Imran Khan's name brought back "memories of long waits at sugar and flour stores."

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COVID-19: US sending 1.5 million Covid vaccine doses to Nepal, 500,000 to Bhutan — White House

At her daily press briefing on Friday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters that three million doses are being sent to Indonesia, 1.5 million doses to Nepal, 500,000 doses to…

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Pakistan's Islamic body that said man can ‘lightly beat’ wife halts legislation on Domestic Violence Bill

The new law aims to protect women, children, the elderly from domestic violence. It also seeks to offer relief and rehabilitation to all individuals who are victims of domestic violence.

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Pakistan's Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government condoles demise of Dilip Kumar

Dilip Kumar, India's enduring film legend through the decades, died at a Mumbai hospital in the morning after a prolonged illness. He was 98.

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Pakistan journalists' union announces countrywide protest against law curbing press freedom in Punjab

The union argued that the bill would undermine the freedom of the press by awarding three-month imprisonment or a fine of Rs 10,000, or both, for publishing any report on the proceedings or a…

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Man acquitted of blasphemy killed by Pakistani policemen with an axe

According to police, the attacker and the victim were both from the same tribe and village, and they were examining whether there was any personal animosity between them. 

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BLA says it set on fire Chinese telecommunication companies, captured 6 workers in Pakistan's Balochistan

The organisation has given the UN and other international bodies 10 days period to respond to their demand

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Watch: Pakistani social media influencer Susan Khan criticised for using lion as party prop

Susan Khan, a social media star, celebrated her birthday in Lahore with a sedated and chained-up lioness, shackled with an iron chain and surrounded by people dancing to loud music. 

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'Spreading immorality': TikTok blocked in Pakistan for the third time

The court issued the ruling in response to a citizen's petition alleging that TikTok was spreading "immorality and obscenity throughout the country." 

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