How PM Imran Khan lost control of anti-France campaign in Pakistan

The Pakistan Prime Minister has lost control of his own anti-France campaign with Islamists dictating the terms of engagement

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Pakistan Minister threatens opposition leaders with FIRs over political gatherings

Eleven political parties have joined hands to form a new multi-party alliance under the banner of Pakistan Democratic Movement against the government of Imran Khan

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From beggar to lawyer, this transgender now aims to become Pakistan's first such judge

She ran away from her house when she was 18 after realising that she was different from others

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India reaches out to neighbours from West to South Asia

From West Asia to South Asia, India is reaching out to its extended and immediate neighbours. The back-to-back visits could set the ball rolling for greater co-operation in the coming months

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Organisation of Islamic Cooperation snubs Pakistan on Kashmir again

There was a time when Pakistan flaunted its ties with Saudi Arabia and the UAE, now both Arab powers seem to have dumped Pakistan.

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Bangladesh vows to speed up efforts to convict human traffickers

Bangladesh had established seven tribunals nationwide in March to deal with thousands of trafficking cases, some of which have been pending for years, and improve its low conviction rate

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Twin blasts in market in Afghanistan's Bamiyan; at least 2 killed

Violence has surged across Afghanistan in recent weeks with the Taliban stepping up daily attacks against Afghan security forces 

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India's role praised by President Ghani at Afghanistan conference in Geneva

India since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, has emerged as a vital partner of Kabul, and helped in capacity building and built a number of infrastructure projects as well, which includes, the…

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Pakistan's refusal to act against 26/11 culprits shows 'insincere approach': Ex-Pentagon official

While only six Americans died in Mumbai that day, the number of American victims of Pakistani terror support in orders of magnitude is higher when Pakistan's sponsorship of the Taliban is…

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Kaavan: Pakistan's loneliest elephant, fan of music, left for Indonesia

Kaavan is known to be a fan of music and Amir Khalil, a vet from animal rescue organisation Four Paws, bonded with the elephant, who has been aggressive to humans in the past, by singing him Frank…

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Khadim Rizvi is dead, but extremism in Pakistan is getting stronger

The hardliners may have failed to make a dent in the last election, but they do have the power to influence the outcome

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After military and China, Imran Khan government now surrenders to extremists

When things were seen that they couldn't get any worse, Khan decided to surrender to the nation's religious extremists

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Global community must help Afghanistan to avoid 'disastrous consequences': UNHCR

The chief of United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) Filippo Grandi on Monday urged the international community to continue aiding Afghanistan or risk “disastrous consequences”.

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Lahore ranks world's most polluted city once again

The city's air quality has been classified as 'hazardous', putting an additional burden on the fragile healthcare system amid a surge in coronavirus deaths and new infections

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Taliban using drones to target government forces: Afghanistan spy chief

Reportedly, the Taliban used a drone to blast the compound Kunduz province's governor.

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