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Pakistan: Hindu temple vandalised by mob in Bhong

A mob allegedly vandalized a Hindu temple in Bhong town of Pakistan on Wednesday.

Pakistan reports 5,661 new COVID-19 cases

Islamabad/Xinhua: Pakistan on Wednesday confirmed 5,661 new COVID-19 cases, the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) said on Thursday.

Pakistan will exercise 'other options' if US continues to ignore, says Pak NSA Moeed Yusuf

Washington/Islamabad, Aug 4 (UNI) In a show of pique, Pakistan’s National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf has said that Islamabad has “other options“ if US President Joe Biden continues to ignore the country’s leadership.

Civilians protest against Taliban and Pakistan in Kabul

Kabul/IBNS: Amid the clashes between Taliban and Afghan security forces, civilians resorted to protest against Taliban and Pakistan here.

London HC directs NAB, Pakistan govt to pay 1.2 million dollars to Broadsheet

London:  A London High Court has directed the  National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and Pakistan government to pay a sum of 1.2 million dollars to asset-recovery firm Broadsheet LLC by the upcoming week, media reports said on Tuesday.

Pakistan: Supreme Court voices concern over not rebuilding earthquake-hit schools

Islamabad: The Pakistan Supreme Court on Monday voiced its concern over not constructing the schools damaged in the 2005 earthquake.

People demonstrate in Toronto, Paris over Pakistan-Iran's interference in Afghanistan

Toronto/Paris: Hundreds of Afghanistan people demonstrated in Canada and France against Pakistan’s and Iran’s interferences in the war-torn Afghanistan where Taliban has unleashed atrocities and killings to capture power, media reports said.

Imposing lockdown: Pakistan PM Imran Khan slams Sindh govt

Islamabad: Pakistan PM Imran Khan on Sunday slammed the Sindh government for imposing  partial coronavirus lockdown against the wish of the Centre as "such a move might break the back of the common man".

Pakistan: Activist calls recently held PoK elections as farce

Kabul:  Kashmiri political activist  Dr Misfar Hassan has described the recently held elections in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) as 'farce'.

Pakistan: 1000 girls and boys converted to Isam every year, claims report

Islamabad:  Human Rights Commission of Pakistan has released a report where it showed around 1,000 girls and boys are converted to Islam every year, showing the dark moments minorities are facing in the country.

Pakistan: Chinese power firm alleges FBR role in delaying shipments

Islamabad:  A Chinese company building a 720-megawatt hydropower generation complex on the Jhelum River has said it is now facing trouble  and delays in obtaining advance tax exemption orders at import stage from the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) for the last few months, media reports said.

Pakistan: Locals demonstrate against prolonged power cuts in Swabi

Swabi:  People of Shewa Adda, Razaar tehsil headquarters and the adjoining villages in Pakistan on Monday blocked  Swabi-Mardan Road for nearly three hours to protest against power cuts for several hours in the region.

Pakistan: Gunmen kill policeman guarding anti-polio workers

Peshawar: Unknown gunmen shot dead a policeman who was guarding polio vaccination workers in the Kot Attal Sharif area of Dera Ismail Khan district of Pakistan recently, media reports said on Tuesday.

Pakistan Minister says new restrictions to be imposed in major cities amid rising COVID-19 cases

Islamabad: Pakistan's  Federal Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives Asad Umar on Monday said new restrictions will be imposed in several major cities in the country to contain rising COVID-19 cases.

Pakistan cannot bear burden of hosting more Afghan refugees, says Pakistan NSA

Washington/Islamabad/UNI: Pakistan’s National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf has said that Pakistan cannot bear the burden of hosting more Afghan refugees and that arrangements should be made to keep displaced Afghans inside their country instead of pushing them into Pakistan.