UNHRC resolution accuses Sri Lanka of human rights violations

The government does not allow Muslims and Christians to be buried and they must all be cremated. Because it fears the buried victims will contaminate the soil with the virus. There is no…

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Pakistan military personnel punished over escape of Taliban figure

Liaqat Ali, the former public face of the militant Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and better known by his pseudonym Ehsanullah Ehsan, escaped last year three years after he handed himself in to…

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ANP holds protests demanding safe return of missing persons across Pakistan

According to a report by Dawn, the ANP held protests across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa against the enforced disappearances of people in different provinces and demanded the government to ensure safe…

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Nepal PM in no mood to resign, prepared to face Parliament: Oli's Press Advisor

"The Prime Minister will face the House of Representatives to implement the verdict but will not tender his resignation as of now," Thapa was quoted as saying by The Himalayan Times.

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Meet Karachi's cops who roll on 'blades' to catch criminals

The 20-member unit comprises 10 men and 10 women cops who were seen gliding in a circle and lowering and lifting their unloaded guns in unison

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Sri Lankan President meets Pakistan's Imran Khan

Imran on Tuesday met his Sri Lankan counterpart Mahinda Rajapaksa in which he said he was looking forward to improving trade relations with Sri Lanka through the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (…

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'Not the ideal time': Indonesian foreign minister's trip to Myanmar cancelled

Marsudi's trip would have been the first known trip to Myanmar by any foreign envoy since the military coup took place on February 01

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Imran Khan crossed airspace of India's exclusive economic zone

It is noteworthy that in the aftermath of India removing special status for the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan had denied permission for overflight for President Kovind's plane one…

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Sri Lanka orders 13.5 million AstraZeneca doses, likely to drop Chinese COVID-19 vaccines

India gifted 500,000 doses of the same vaccine which kicked off Sri Lanka’s vaccine rollout in late January

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G7 'firmly condemns' Myanmar coup, use of force against protesters

According to Sputnik, at least two protesters have died after the junta seized power in Myanmar on February 1. Tens of thousands have rallied across the country to demand the release of the…

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FDI in Pakistan down by 27 per cent in the first seven months; investment from China dwindles: Report

The inflows from China were USD 707.2 million during the seven months but the outflow of USD 304.4 million in the same period reduced the net FDI to USD 402.8 million.

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'Was stripped naked, tortured at Imran Khan's party office': Pakistani Journalist

Saifullah Jan, member of the governing body of the Charsadda Press Club, said that the PTI leaders, including Abdullah, his brother Fahim, Zakat Committee chairman Iftikhar and other armed men,…

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Probe into Sri Lanka attacks finds ex-president should face charges

Maithripala Sirisena, who left office last year, was found to have been negligent by an investigation he set up five months after the Islamic attacks on three hotels and three churches 

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Myanmar's junta chief urges quick economic reform amid global backlash

The leader of Myanmar's junta on Tuesday called for quick efforts to revive the economy of the country. Currently, the country is facing global backlash for the coup and reported cases of…

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Nepal Supreme Court overturns Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's House dissolution

The SC has deemed Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's move to dissolve the House as an unconstitutional move, thereby overturning the decision. With this, the house will be reinstated.

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