Islamabad: Pakistan’s Chairman of upper house Sadiq Sanjrani on Friday endorsed the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government stance to hold Senate Elections through open ballot without a constitutional amendment. “Most importantly, the Election Commission of Pakistan is constitutionally charged with the responsibility of holding elections honestly, justly, fairly, and under theRead More →

Islamabad: Unlike Supreme Court of India which favoured Country’s majority population by issuing an order to demolish Babri Mosque and construct the temple on its place, the Supreme Court of Pakistan emerged as a progressive institution giving equal space to all the minorities including Hindus living in Pakistan. To protectRead More →

Quetta: As the late-night talks between Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid and the protest leaders failed, thousands of Hazara community members continued their sit-in on the Western Bypass to stage protest against Shia genocide and demanding justice over the latest massacre of 11 coal miners in Mach. Refusing to end theRead More →

Quetta: In a brutal continuation of Hazara community genocide in Pakistan, at least 11 more Shia-Hazara coal miners were killed after abduction on Sunday morning in Mach area of Balochistan province. Sources said that the armed militants firstly kidnapped the poor miners and took them to a nearby area beforeRead More →

Lahore: In an intelligence-based operation from Lahore, the Counter-Terrorism Department Saturday apprehended leader of banned outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi. A spokesperson for the CTD in a statement said that Lakhvi was running a medical dispensary to finance terrorism, adding that he along with his associates collected funds fromRead More →

Washington: Pakistan has urged the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to play its role to prevent the possible ‘judicial murder’ of a Kashmiri leader and activist Aasiya Andrabi. It also urged UN general secretary to insist India to drop all the fabricated charges against the human rights activist. AasiyaRead More →

Quetta: Adviser to Balochistan Chief Minister on Information and Parliamentary Secretary Bushra Rind Friday said that the Foreign Office of Pakistan had requested the Canadian government to thoroughly investigate the death of activist Karima Baloch. The adviser expressed grief at the mysterious death of Karima Baloch, a former chairperson ofRead More →

Islamabad: The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), a body to regulate telecommunications in Pakistan, Friday issued notices to Google and Wikipedia for disseminating blasphemous content through their platforms. The PTA issued a press release stating that that the authority had been receiving complaints about misleading search results regarding ‘present caliphate ofRead More →

Islamabad: Like other countries across the world, Pakistan has also decided to close its borders for travellers coming from Britain amid fears of a highly infectious new coronavirus strain which further heightened global panic. Pakistan’s National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) in its Monday meeting placed a temporary ban onRead More →