Karachi, June 25 (ANI): A Pakistan-based lawyer and freelance journalist has said that the successful tabling of two landmark private member bills -- the Sindh Minority Rights Commission Bill and the Criminal Law (Protection of Minorities) Bill -- in the Sindh Assembly, may not necessarily guarantee the safety and protection of the country's minority Hindu, Sikh and Christian communities.
Pakistan's moderate Muslims must question constitutional amendments that encourage extremism, intolerance Jun 25, 8:14 am
London, June.25 (ANI): Moderate Muslims in Pakistan and elsewhere in the world must have the courage to question the establishment and the existing legal framework on how encouragement has been given to those who support both extremism and intolerance across the country.
Masked men raise Pakistan, ISIS flags in Kashmir Jun 24, 9:02 pm
Srinagar, June 24 (ANI): Masked men in Kashmir raised Pakistan and Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) flags and pelted stones at policemen after Friday prayers in protest against New Delhi's rule.
NSG membership: Wait continues for India and Pakistan Jun 24, 1:57 pm
Seoul, June 24 (ANI): Both India and Pakistan, it seems will have to wait for some more time to gain membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), as the 26th plenary meeting of the group held in Seoul, South Korea concluded today without any discussion on their applications.
Islamabad, June 23 (ANI): Pakistan has urged the international community to play its due role for the voluntary repatriation of Afghan refugees.
Kabul, June 23 (ANI): In a veiled reference to the recent killing of Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour in Pakistan, the Permanent Representative of Afghanistan to United Nations Mahmoud Saikal voiced concern over Pakistan emerging as a safe haven for terrorists.
US, Pakistan lock horns over Taliban chief Mansour's death Jun 22, 6:40 pm
Islamabad, June 22 (ANI): Washington has rejected Pakistan's notion that the death of Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour in a U.S. drone strike damaged prospects for reconciliation with the militant group.
Pakistan continuing to sell nuclear materials to North Korea, reveal U.S. sources (ANI Exclusive) Jun 22, 2:25 pm
Washington D C, June 22 (ANI): Pakistan is continuing to sell nuclear materials to North Korea, while at the same time urging the international community to accept its membership to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), according to highly placed U.S. sources who are involved with the tracking of nuclear commerce.
Islamabad, June 22 (ANI): Reacting strongly to the comments made by Sartaj Aziz, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's advisor on foreign affairs, the country's ex-envoy to the United States, Husain Haqqani, said that he was not lobbying against Islamabad's interests as claimed by the former.
Washington, June 22 (ANI): Reports prepared by the World Bank (WB) have revealed that the per capita income of Indians is often more than the per capita income of the average Pakistani.
Hyderabad Fund Case: UK court rejects India's bid to strike out Pakistan's 35 m pound claim Jun 21, 5:59 pm
Islamabad, June 21 (ANI): A high court in the United Kingdom today rejected India's attempt to strike out Pakistan's claim to the Hyderabad Fund.
Pakistan: Shop owner arrested for selling sandals with 'Om' symbol Jun 21, 12:15 pm
Lahore, June 21 (ANI): A shop owner was send was arrested by the Tando Adam police in Pakistan and sent to one-day remand for selling sandals sporting the sacred Hindu symbol 'Om'.
Pakistan only hurdle to Indian 'hegemony' in South Asia: Sartaj Aziz Jun 21, 10:32 am
Lahore, June 21 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has asserted that India has always tried to 'maintain its hegemony' in the South Asian region but Islamabad has effectively stood in New Delhi's way.
Dean Jones urges Pakistan players to take inspiration from Kohli Jun 20, 6:13 pm
Karachi, June 20 (ANI): Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones has called on Pakistan players to draw inspiration from Indian swashbuckling batsman Virat Kohli if they want to put up consistent performance for their side.
Tainted Asif eyeing Pakistan comeback in Australia tour Jun 20, 5:20 pm
Karachi, June 20 (ANI): Pakistan tainted fast bowler Mohammad Asif, who was convicted in the 2010 spot-fixing scandal, has vowed to perform well in the domestic arena in order to make his international comeback when his country's side travel to Australia at the end of the year.
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