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Sheikh Hasina wants the authority of international organizations to meet the demand for vaccines

Lockdown extended for another week, notification issued

CID finds Mamunul's involvement in Narayanganj incident

Bhomra Port: Authorities concerned about meeting revenue target

Covid-19 kills 91 more in a day

Activists feel Pakistan govt denying basic human rights to people of PoK, Gilgit-Baltistan

New Delhi, February 4: Human rights activists have claimed that people of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) and Gilgit-Baltistan (G-B) are living like slaves and are even denied all forms of human rights.

Thankful to Indian govt for bringing me back: Nidan Singh Sachdeva

New Delhi: Nidan Singh Sachdeva, the Afghan Sikh who was kidnapped a month ago and released recently, arrived in New Delhi recently and thanked the Indian government for bringing him back to motherland.

Human rights experts discuss plights of minorities in Pakistan

Washington: Human rights experts recently discussed the condition of minorities in Pakistan and expressed their hardships and sufferings in the south Asian nation at a time when the world is combating COVID-19.

Pakistan: National Commission for Human Rights still non-functional even after a year lapse

Islamabad: Pakistan's National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR) is still not functioning even after a year since its first term ended.

Pakistan govt allegedly imposes ban on Balochistan Human Rights Commission's website

Quetta: In yet another attempt by the Pakistani authority to curb down the Baloch voices, PM Imran Khan-led administration has imposed an indefinite ban on the official website of Human Rights Commission of Balochistan, media reports said.

People in Gilgit-Baltistan should get equal rights like Pakistanis: Chief Justice

Islamabad: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Gulzar Ahmed has said the citizens of Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) should get equal rights like the people of Pakistan.

Pakistan: Top South Asian journalists' body condemns arrest of Jang-Geo Group Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman

New Delhi: Leading editors and media professionals from South Asia have protested against the arrest of Jang-Geo Group Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman by Pakistan's National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

COVID-19: Dependence on China and discrimination on PoK people deepening crisis in Pakistan

Islamabad: At the time of crisis when Pakistan is still depending on China, its all-weather ally and the epicentre of the COVID-19 disease spread, reports are emerging that PM Imran Khan-led government is still practicing discrimination and not extending help to people of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK).