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Pakistan's Rwadari Tehreek organizes Equality March in Lahore, demands equal status for all citizens

Activists of Pakistan's Rwadari Tehreek organized an ‘Equality March’ on August 11 in front of the Lahore Press Club to demand for equal status for all citizens.

Pakistan: Customs intelligence team raids BOL News head office in Karachi

Karachi: Pakistan's Directorate of Customs Intelligence and Investigation in  Karachi recently carried out a raid at the head office of BOL News in compliance with court orders, media reports said.

PM Imran imposed 'civil martial law' in country, slams Shehbaz Sharif

PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif reacted string against the disillusionment of the National Assembly by PM Imran Khan and said  the premier had imposed a “civil martial law” in the country.

Amid escalating fighting, Turkey, Pakistan, Iran shut consulates in northern Afghanistan

Amid the deteriorating security situation in northern Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey and Pakistan have closed their respective consulate offices in Mazar-e-Sharif, the provincial center of Balkh, local media reports said. India had closed its consulate in Mazar last year.

Security forces kill 4 terrorists killed in NW Pakistan

Islamabad/Xinhua/UNI:  Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of Pakistani police in the country's northwest Peshawar city on Tuesday killed four terrorists during an exchange of fire, according to a spokesperson of the CTD.

Pakistan's COVID-19 tally reaches 1,85,034

Islamabad/UNI:  Pakistan's nationwide tally of Covid-19 has risen to 185,034 on Tuesday as the southern province of Sindh continues to be the worst affected province with 71,092 cases.

Pakistan expects locust migration at end of May

Islamabad/Xinhua/UNI: The Pakistani government has said that a locust migration will start from southwestern Pakistan's Balochistan province and some other countries at the end of May.

No breakthrough in Pakistan-U.S. trade ties during U.S. official's Pakistan visit: report

Islamabad/Xinhua/UNI: Pakistan-U.S. trade talks during the visit of U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross to Pakistan have failed to make a longstanding impact to enhance the business ties between the two countries, local media quoted finance ministry sources as saying on Thursday.

Pakistan: Cylinder blast in Quetta leaves six killed

Quetta/IBNS: A cylinder blast in Pakistan's Quetta region left at least six people killed, media reports said on Monday.

Pakistan: Two would-be suicide bombers killed during operation by security forces

Quetta: Pakistan security forces claimed they have foiled a terror attack when they killed two would-be suicide bombers during an operation recently, media reports said.

Pakistan: 19 dead, 16 injured as small plane crashes in Rawalpindi

Rawalpindi, July 30 (UNI): At least 19 people were killed and 16 injured after a small Pakistani military plane crashed into a residential area here, local media reported on Tuesday.

Train collision kills 11, injures 67 in Pakistan

Islamabad, July 11 (UNI): Nearly a dozen people lost their lives and almost 70 others sustained injuries in Pakistan's Punjab on Thursday as a result of a deadly collision between passenger and freight trains, local media reported.

Pakistan: WHO supports response to HIV outbreak in Sindh

An international team of experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) has arrived in Pakistan to support the response to an outbreak of HIV in Larkana in Sindh province, Pakistan, at the request of the Ministry of National Health Services, Regulation and Coordination.

Amid countless unresolved cases, Amnesty International urges Pakistan to act against enforced disappearances

Islamabad: Amnesty International has urged the government of Pakistan to take all measures to ensure an end to the practice of enforced disappearances that have long been a stain on the south Asian country's 'human rights record'.

Pakistan will not arrest or detain Masood Azhar

Islamabad, Mar 15 (UNI): The Pakistani government has decided not to arrest or detain Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar "without any valid evidence" for his alleged involvement in the Pulwama attack, highly placed sources directly linked with the issue revealed to The News.