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Afghanistan: Uruzgan roadside mine blast leaves three cops killed Kabul: At least three policemen were killed and another person was wounded as a roadside mine blast rocked Uruzgan province in Afghanistan on Wednesday, media reports said. 29-Jul-2020
J&K shows roadmap to curb COVID-19: European Parliamentarian Brussels: A European Parliament has said the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir has effectively controlled the COVID-19 spread and brought daily life in the region to normal even as the major nations in the world are facing trouble to contain the highly infectious disease. 28-Jul-2020
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. 28-Jul-2020
Construction of mega lift irrigation project at Tral gains momentum in J&K after state divided into two UTs Srinagar: The Indian government is carrying out several crucial development actions ever since Jammu and Kashmir was divided into two Union Territories last year and as a part of it the construction work of the Tral Lift Irrigation Scheme has gained momentum. 28-Jul-2020
Punjab Assembly in Pakistan passes bill protecting 'Islam', triggers row Islamabad: Several sections of the Pakistani society have criticised the passage of the Punjab Tahaffuz-i-Bunyad-i-Islam (protecting the foundation of Islam) Bill 2020 by the Punjab Assembly. 28-Jul-2020
Ban on Books in Pakistan: HRCP expresses concern Islamabad; The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has expressed its concern over the banning of certain books in Pakistan, media reports said. 28-Jul-2020
Pashtuns from Afghanistan protest against Pakistan and Punjabi Taliban globally Pashtuns from Paktia, Paktika and Khost provinces in Afghanistan gave call for a two-day protest demonstration in three provinces against Punjabi Taliban, asking them to evacuate from both sides of the Durand Line. They are also protesting in Europe. 28-Jul-2020
Millions of children affected by devastating flooding in South Asia, with many more at risk as COVID-19 brings further challenges: UNICEF Dhaka: Weeks of torrential monsoon rains, widespread flooding and deadly landslides in Bangladesh, India and Nepal have affected millions of children and families, UNICEF said today. 28-Jul-2020
Around 6000-6500 Pakistani terrorists present in Afghanistan: UNSC report New York: A report published by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has claimed that around 6000-6500 Pakistani terrorists are present in Afghanistan at present. 27-Jul-2020
Division among Muslims has resulted in rebellion, massacre and territorial divisions' Riyadh: Journalist Nadia Abdel has said the sectarian division among Muslims has resulted in rebellion, massacre and territorial divisions with international political ramifications. 25-Jul-2020
'Uprisings by extremist groups in Muslim countries or outside is an ongoing enterprise' Journalist Zahid Arab has described uprisings by extremist groups in Muslim countries or outside as an ongoing enterprise. 25-Jul-2020
Pakistan causing genocide of Sikh youth via drug abuse: HSGPC president Chandigarh: Haryana Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee (HSGPC) president Sant Baba Baljit Singh Daduwal has slammed Pakistan PM Imran Khan alleging that the neighbouring country is carrying out genocide of Sikh youth in Punjab and Haryana by smuggling drugs and narcotics into India through the international border. 25-Jul-2020
Kashmir govt constructs new high-tech poly houses to boost vegetable cultivation Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir government has created high-tech poly-houses in a bid to boost vegetable cultivation. 25-Jul-2020
J&K govt completes various projects in Srinagar to ease lives of residents Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir government is attempting to make the lives of people easier by completing various projects in the Srinagar city which include a two-tube flyover from Jehangir Chowk to Rambagh in the city. 25-Jul-2020
PoK resident killed in Islamabad, UKPNP asks how long Kashmiris will die like this Islamabad: Condemning the abduction and killing of a resident from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) in Islamabad, the United Kashmir People's National Party (UKPNP) demanded that those behind the incident should be brought to justice. 25-Jul-2020
Vulgar content: Pakistan issues warning to Chinese app Tik Tok Islamabad: The Pakistan government gave a jolt to all-weather ally China as the country issued a final warning to Chinese video sharing platform TikTok. 24-Jul-2020
Enforced disappearances of political activists: Family members demonstrate in Sindh Sindh: Family members of victims joined to protest in front of the Hyderabad Press Club in Pakistan's Sindh province against alleged enforced disappearances of political activists by the security agencies. 23-Jul-2020
Prominent Pakistani journalist abducted in Islamabad, later released Islamabad: A prominent Pakistani journalist, who is an outspoken critic of the military establishment, was abducted and then released after 12 hours in captivity. 23-Jul-2020
Afghanistan: Security forces recover Pakistani national identity cards from slain militants  Kabul: Afghanistan security forces have recovered Pakistani National Identity Cards from the slain militants who were killed during an operation in Afghanistan's  southern Kandahar province, media reports said. 22-Jul-2020
Indian-Americans protest against Chinese aggression in Washington Washington: Pressing the world community to take action against China for its aggressive stance, the Indian-American community members assembled in front of the Chinese Embassy here and urged the United States as well as India to economically decouple from the Asian giant. 21-Jul-2020
Make In India push: Kashmir people join 'Boycott China' drive Srinagar: Giving the 'Make in India' campaign a push, people in Jammu and Kashmir recently came out in large numbers to join the 'Boycott China' drive. 21-Jul-2020
Coronavirus: Chinese workers in Pakistan facing mental health problems Islamabad: The Chinese government is unhappy with all-weather ally Pakistan's alleged mishandling of the COVID-19 situation causing mental stress to employees of Chinese PSUs stationed in the south Asian country, media reports said. 19-Jul-2020
Bangladesh Medical Research Council approves COVID-19 vaccine trial of Chinese firm Dhaka: Bangladesh Medical Research Council (BMRC) has approved the phase 3 trial of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by a Chinese firm Sinovac, Doctor Mahmud-Uz-Zaman, Director of the BMRC, confirmed the matter to UNI on Sunday. 19-Jul-2020
Pakistan: Islamabad's Lal Masjid cordoned off to stop cleric’s possible return Islamabad: Lal Masjid here was cordoned off by the police on Sunday so as to prevent the entry of the former khateeb of the mosque Maulana Abdul Aziz as tensions rose between the government and the cleric. 19-Jul-2020
Workers vandalise ‘unIslamic’ Buddha statue discovered in Pakistan’s Mardan Islamabad: A Buddha statue, which was recently discovered while digging the foundation for a house in Pakistan’s Pashtun-dominated Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province’s Mardan district, was smashed by local workers as they considered it to be unislamic, media reports said. 19-Jul-2020
Pakistan politician demands to know status of ex-TTP spokesman and terrorist Ehsanullah Ehsan Islamabad: The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has sought to find out the status of former Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan spokesman and terrorist Ehsanullah Ehsan, who this year escaped from captivity. 18-Jul-2020
South China Sea is a part of global commons: India reminds Beijing 18-Jul-2020
Pak army generals are involved in 'religious terrorism' from Kabul to Kashmir, claims prominent Sindhi leader Frankfurt: A Sindhi leader has written an open letter to world leaders and human rights organisations and accused Pakistani army generals of their involvement in religious terrorism from Kabul to Kashmir since 1947. 18-Jul-2020
Establish inquiry commission to investigate human rights violations in PoK: Activist tells UNHRC Geneva: Activist Sajjad Raja has urged the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to create a Commission of Inquiry to probe the human rights violations in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) and Gilgit-Baltistan regions of the south Asian country. 18-Jul-2020
PoK activists in UK submit memorandum to Pakistan consulate negating 14th Amendment Bill in Interim Constitution Birmingham: A memorandum has been submitted by the Kashmiri community and United Kashmir People's National Party (UKPNP), Birmingham to the Pakistan consulate here, where they have protested against the proposed 14th Amendment Bill in the Interim Constitution of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). 18-Jul-2020
Khalistan: KZF’s Nita sends audio message to seek support for divisive drive Brussels: Trying to give their divisive policy a push, Belgium-based Ranjit Singh Nita of the Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF) is recording audio to seek support for “registration” for secessionist “Referendum 2020” from July 19. 17-Jul-2020
Pakistan court directs that forcefully converted Hindu girl can go home after paying Rs 2 lakh surety Islamabad: A minor Hindu girl, who was allegedly forced to marry a Msulim man in Pakistan, has finally got some relief after a country's court order that she could return to her family after paying a surety bond of Rs 2 lakh, media reports said. 17-Jul-2020
Experts believe Andaman and Nicobar Islands can be centre point of maritime chain hub to tackle China New Delhi: At a time when Chinese is flexing muscle of its maritime aggression in South China Sea and beyond, experts believe that India’s Andaman and Nicobar Islands can be the centre point of the maritime chain hub to tackle Beijing. 15-Jul-2020
Activists protest outside Pakistani Embassy in Kathmandu against atrocities committed against Hindus Kathmandu: Protesting against the atrocities committed against the Hindu community in the south Asian country, members of the Hindu Civic Society in Nepal demonstrated in front of the Pakistani Embassy in Kathmandu recently. 15-Jul-2020
Over 40 People Killed, Injured in Explosion in Afghanistan's Samangan Province - Witness Kabul: Over 40 people were killed and injured in the explosion near the National Directorate of Security (NDS) office in Afghanistan's northern Samangan province, an eyewitness told Sputnik on Monday. 13-Jul-2020
Reporters Without Borders warns Pakistan authorities against threatening journalists living abroad Paris: Reporters Without Borders (RSF), a Paris-based non-profit organisation, has said it is shocked by a leaked Pakistani government internal memo about stopping the “rhetoric against Pakistan” of six journalists based abroad. 12-Jul-2020
Human Rights Watch tells Pakistan to release Jang group editor, stop harassing his family Pakistani authorities should immediately drop politically motivated charges and release Mir Shakilur Rehman, an editor with Pakistan’s largest media group, Human Rights Watch said today. The authorities should also stop harassing Rehman’s family members. 12-Jul-2020
Indians have done best to respond to China's incredibly aggressive actions: Mike Pompeo Washington: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo recently reacted to the violent border standoff between India and China and said Indians have done their best to respond to Beijing's “incredibly aggressive actions”. 12-Jul-2020
Pashtuns: Oppressed ethnic minority members protest against Pakistan in Geneva Geneva: Members of the Pashtun community gathered at Broken Chair in Geneva and demanded an investigation into the human rights violation committed against them by Pakistan. 12-Jul-2020
Pakistan Ulema Council supports construction of Hindu temple in Islamabad 11-Jul-2020
Amid pandemic, Bangladesh govt allows some madrasas to reopen Dhaka: As other institutions remained shut due to the growing COVID-19 pandemic, the Bangladesh government has allowed Hifzakhanas, madrasas that are not registered with an education board, to reopen on Sunday. 10-Jul-2020
KP Oli led Nepal government rendered state system dysfunctional: Expert Kathmandu: Nepal PM KP Oli-led government has rendered the state system dysfunctional, largely derailed democracy, and for all practical purposes, sent the 'republican' constitution into a coma, an expert has said. 10-Jul-2020
American scholar says failure to hold ISI accountable for terror complicity has damaged Pakistan's reputation Washington: American scholar Michael Rubin has said Pakistan's failure of several decades to hold to account the terror complicity of its spy wing the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) has soiled the Islamic nation's reputation. 10-Jul-2020
India slams Pakistan again, asks neighbour to introspect why it's an 'epicentre of terrorism' New Delhi: Slamming Pakistan over the issue of terrorism, India has asked its neighbour to reflect on why is it universally acknowledged at the "epicentre of terrorism". 10-Jul-2020
Lahore Court denies bail to Geo Media Group Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman, protests erupt Lahore: The Lahore High Court on Wednesday dismissed the bail application filed by Jang/Geo Media Group Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman, highlighting the intention of PM Imran Khan-led government to dominate the media of the nation. 10-Jul-2020
Islamabad: Court disposes three identical petitions filed against construction of Hindu temple Islamabad: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday disposed of three identical petitions filed against the construction of a Hindu temple in Pakistan capital city Islamabad. 10-Jul-2020
Afghanistan: Security forces kill Pakistani terrorist Kabul: The Afghan National Defense and Security Forces have killed a Pakistani terrorist during an operation in Afghanistan's South-eastern Paktiya province, media reports said. 10-Jul-2020
Fake Licence: EU states asked to bar Pakistan pilots from work Islamabad: Amid Pakistan government claims that 40 per cent of the pilots in the country have fake flying licences, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) on Tuesday ordered the member states to bar pilots from the South Asian country from working. 09-Jul-2020
Spain: Police apprehend 2 persons for smuggling dual-use equipment to Pakistani military companies Madrid: The Spanish Police have apprehended two people on charges of smuggling dual-use equipment and technology to Pakistani military companies, media reports said. 09-Jul-2020
Pakistan: Journalist Daniel Pearl murder case convict Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh may soon walk free Islamabad: In what could be a win for terrorists in Pakistan, the key convict in journalist Daniel Pearl muder case Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh may walk free soon. 09-Jul-2020
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