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Pakistan’s apex court comes to rescue of Hindus; saves dharmsala from demolition

Pakistan Supreme Court has issued an order staying all demolition activities at an almost 90-year-old dharmsala, a community place of minority Hindus, in the port city of Karachi in Sindh province. The court also ordered the Karachi commissioner to take over the possession of the premises.

Nepal: Locals demonstrate outside Pakistan embassy over destruction of Hindu temple, persecution of minorities

Kathmandu: Nepali citizens recently demonstrated outside the Pakistani embassy in Kathmandu against the recent destruction of Hindu shrines in Pakistan and the persecution of minorities.

Pakistani schools teach children about hating Hindus, Jews: Baloch activist tells UN

Geneva: Munir Mengal, the president of Baloch Voice Association, has alerted the United Nations that schools in Pakistan teach about hatred against Hindus and Jews to the students. 

Pakistan's 23% non-Muslim population during Partition is now 3%: Ex-advisor to Pak Prime Minister

London:  A former advisor to a Pakistan Prime Minister said the non-Muslim population in the country has dwindled to a meagre three percent now from 23 percent during the Partiton of united India.

Pakistan minorities, including PoK residents, allege ill-treatment from Imran govt amid COVID-19 outbreak

Lahore/IBNS: The COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Pakistan and even in such a situation of a humanitarian crisis discrimination allegations surface daily. It seems that the Imran Khan government is following a different policy for minorities and those in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK).

Pak politicians slam Punjab minister Fayyazul Hassan Chohan for commenting against Hindus

Islamabad, Mar 5 (IBNS): Pakistan's ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) criticised Punjab information and culture minister Fayyazul Hassan Chohan for his remarks against the Hindu community.

Hindus are most educated religious community in US: Report

Washington, Jan 10 (IBNS): A recent report has stated Hindus are the most educated religious community on the basis of their college degrees in the US, media reports said.