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Seven die in a day as Bangladesh's Covid-19 toll increases to 27,785

We must respond to communal instigators: Home Minister

Case against Dhaka North Mayor Atiqul Islam dismissed

21 lakh women in social safety net

Religious violence: PM Hasina tells Home Minister to initiate action

Pakistan, China, North Korea among several other nations in US' religious freedom violation list

Dhaka, December 10: The United States of America has designated several nations, including China, Pakistan and North Korea, as countries of concern under the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998 for 'engaging systematic, ongoing, egregious religious freedom violations'.

Saudi Arabia excludes Gilgit-Baltistan, Kashmir from the Pakistan's map

Dhaka, November 28: Saudi Arabia recently removed Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan from the map of Pakistan. The media quoted Amjad Ayub Mirza, an activist from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, as saying.

Spain Police apprehend two for smuggling dual-use equipment to Pakistani military cos

Madrid: Spanish Police have arrested two people on charges of smuggling dual-use equipment and technology to Pakistani military companies, media reports said on Sunday.

US to probe Pakistan’s ISIS terrorists in Syria

Islamabad: Making the situation tough for PM Imran Khan, United States has started an investigation into the role of Pakistanis in the Islamic State movement in Syria, media reports said.

Pakistan questions Saudi Arabia on Kashmir stance, tie develops cracks

ঢাকা, অগাস্ট ২৫: দীর্ঘদিনের বন্ধু সৌদি আরব কে এবার হারাতে চলেছে পাকিস্তান নিজেদের এ কূটনৈতিক ভুল এর জন্য।

Twitter users slam former Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad over Kashmir remark

Dhaka, August 11: Former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's remarks on the scrapping of Article 370 in Kashmir has earned flak from the Twitter users as he chose to keep silent on the inhuman treatment of the Uighur Muslims in China while attacking India which has fast-tracked development process in the Kashmir region after doing away with the stumbling block that was this temporary provision.

Pakistan: Karachi policemen ignore plea, shoot dead unarmed civilian, injure another; nabbed

Dhaka, August 8: In a shocking incident, police in Pakistan Karachi shot two unarmed civilians, killing one and injuring the other, after suspecting them as street criminals.

China's Wuhan lab operating 'covert operations' in Pakistan, creating "anthrax-like" pathogens: Report

With the world still battling COVID-19 outbreak, Pakistan and China have entered a secret three-year deal to expand potential bio-warfare capabilities, including running several research projects related to the deadly agent anthrax, media reports said.

Illegal trafficking: Zimbabwe deports Pakistani diplomat

In an embarrassment for Pakistan, Zimbabwe has deported a Pakistani diplomat for flouting multiple local and international laws related to illegal trafficking, media reports said.

UNSC might not lift sanctions on Taliban: Russian diplomat

Moscow: The Afghan government released hundreds of Taliban prisoners as part of the peace deal with the United States but even at such a scenario UN Security Council might not lift sanction over the group, according to a Russian diplomat.

Turkey, Pakistan, Malaysia and Qatar form alliance of Sunni political Islam, says expert

Jerusalem: Turkey, Pakistan, Qatar and Malaysia have formed a new alliance in the Islamic world and they perceive India, Israel and the Christian nations in the West as their enemies, a noted expert on Middle East opined.

India opposes China-Pakistan's move of building hydropower plant in Gilgit-Baltistan region

New Delhi: India has opposed all-weather ally China and Pakistan's move of building a major hydropower plant in the Gilgit-Baltistan region.

Mockery of justice: Daniel Pearl

Washington: At a time when the world is fighting against the COVID-19 outbreak, Pakistan is busy letting terrorists go free. This is evident from the fact when a court in Sindh on Thursday commuted the death sentence of Ahmed Omer Saeed Sheikh- who was convicted 18 years ago for abducting and murdering the South Asia bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal Daniel Pearl- to seven years, prompting the slain scribe's father call the move a 'mockery of justice'.

Amid propaganda to shift blame, China blocks draft to discuss COVID 19 pandemic issue at UNSC

New York: China, which is believed to be the epicentre of the outbreak of COVID 19, has been opposing discussion of the issue in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) even as the Asian giant launched a massive propaganda to wash its hand of the origin of its outbreak, media reports said.

One Belt, One Road, One Virus: How Italy, Iran follow China's OBOR path to perdition

For the past few years, what trended was One Belt, One Road (OBOR), the ambitious Chinese catchphrase to rope in 78 countries in its dream connectivity project for the economic domination of the world. Circa 2020, and two more words are added to that- one virus. Suddenly, Italy, Iran and others are realising that it is One Belt, One Road, One Virus.