April 18, 2024 03:36 (IST)
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Macron: From liberal poster boy of France to Muslim world eyesore

Once a poster boy of the all-embracing liberal West, who in elections defeated the far-right, French President Emmanuel Macron is now suddenly an enemy of the Islamic world with the Turkish president even calling him "mentally unwell".

Pakistan: Blast rocks Peshawar madressah, 7 killed

Peshawar: A blast rocked Jamia Zuberia madressah in Peshawar's Dir Colony of Pakistan which left at least seven people killed, media reports said.

Canada: Indian diaspora demonstrate outside Pakistan Consulate in Toronto on 'Black Day'

Toronto: Indian diaspora on Saturday gathered outside the Pakistan Consulate in Toronto city and demonstrated against Pakistan’s attack and invasion of Kashmir on October 22, 1947, observed as Black Day. 

US: Nikki Haley targets Pakistan over 'terrorism' issue

Washington: Indian-American Republican politician Nikki Haley on Saturday targeted Pakistan and said US President Donald Trump stopped  providing "billion dollars" in military aid to Islamabad as it harbours terrorists.

PTM leaders protests detention of Mohsin Dawar

Quetta:  Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement activists recently demonstrated in Quetta against the treatment given to leader Mohsin Dawar on Saturday.

Pakistan Army had no weapons during Kargil, claims former PM Nawaz Sharif

London/UNI: Former Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif has claimed that during 1999 Kargil war the country did not have weapons and the soldiers were sent to the peaks, without food, by a handful of generals.

Pakistan Senate questions legal status of CPEC Authority

Islamabad: The Pakistani Senate on Friday questioned the legality of the  China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority Ordinance, media reports said.

Pakistan: Students' body condemns police brutality on protesting Pakhtuns in university campus

Islamabad:  The Pakhtun Students Federation (PSF), an allied student wing of Pakistan’s Awami National Party (ANP), has condemned the police baton charge over a peaceful protest in Peshawar University campus last week.

Pakistan: Quetta blast leaves three people killed 

Quetta: A remote-controlled bomb explosion in Quetta region of Pakistan on Sunday left at least three people killed, media reports said.

Pakistan: PDM holds third rally, once again targets Imran Khan government 

Quetta: The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) alliance hosted their third rally in Pakistan where they used the platform to once again target the PM Imran Khan-led government on Sunday.

Pakistan: Jamaat-i-Islami announces to launch country-wide protest against PTI govt on Nov 1  

Islamabad:  The Jamaat-i-Islami has announced it will launch a country-wide protest against the Pakistani government on Nov 1.

Pakistan: Blast rocks Hazarganj on a day when PDM hosts rally in Quetta 

Quetta: A blast rocked Pakistan's Hazarganj area on Sunday, media reports said.

Pakistan: Imran Khan government gets flak from PPP for FATF verdict

Islamabad/UNI: While the Pakistan government has claimed the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)'s decision to keep the country in the grey list as a diplomatic victory, the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has sought an explanation from it over the outcome.

China has desire to use Pakistani terrorism as a tool to harass India: Expert

Washington: Public Policy Researcher Michael Rubin has claimed that it appears that China is less committed to counter-terrorism and more inclined to a desire to use Pakistani terrorism as a tool to harass India.

European Parliament asks France, EU to impose sanctions against terrorist activities in Pakistan

Brussels: Members of European Parliament, Ryszard Czarnecki, Fulvio Martusciello and Gianna Garcia on Wednesday wrote a letter of concern to the French government and the European Union and urged them to impose sanctions against unabated terrorist activities in Pakistan.