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Around 6000-6500 Pakistani terrorists present in Afghanistan: UNSC report

New York:  A report published by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has claimed that around 6000-6500 Pakistani terrorists are present in Afghanistan at present.

China's Wuhan lab operating 'covert operations' in Pakistan, creating "anthrax-like" pathogens: Report

With the world still battling COVID-19 outbreak,  Pakistan and China have entered a secret three-year deal to expand potential bio-warfare capabilities, including running several research projects related to the deadly agent anthrax, media reports said.

PoK resident killed in Islamabad, UKPNP asks how long Kashmiris will die like this

Islamabad: Condemning the abduction and killing of a resident from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) in Islamabad, the United Kashmir People's National Party (UKPNP) demanded that those behind the incident should be brought to justice.

Vulgar content: Pakistan issues warning to Chinese app Tik Tok

Islamabad: The Pakistan government gave a jolt to all-weather ally China as the country  issued a final warning to Chinese video sharing platform TikTok.

Enforced disappearances of political activists: Family members demonstrate in Sindh

Sindh: Family members of victims joined to protest in front of the Hyderabad Press Club in Pakistan's Sindh province against alleged  enforced disappearances of political activists by the security agencies.

Prominent Pakistani journalist abducted in Islamabad, later released

Islamabad: A prominent Pakistani journalist, who is an outspoken critic of the military establishment, was abducted and then released after 12 hours in captivity.

Afghanistan: Security forces recover Pakistani national identity cards from slain militants

Kabul: Afghanistan security forces have recovered Pakistani National Identity Cards from the slain militants who were killed during an operation in Afghanistan's  southern Kandahar province, media reports said.

Pakistan: Blast kills 1 in Balochistan

Quetta: At least one person was killed and seven injured as a blast rocked Pakistan's Balochistan region on Tuesday, media reports said.

Pakistan bans live streaming app Bigo

Islamabad/UNI:  The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) on Tuesday banned live streaming application Bigo and issued a “final warning” to video-sharing service TikTok over obscene and immoral content on the platforms.

India-based think-tank moves US and UN on plight of Ahmadiyyas in Pakistan

New Delhi: India-based think-tank Usanas Foundation has approached the key decision makers in the UN and USA who deal with human rights and religious freedom to highlight the plight of Ahmadiyyas in Pakistan, media reports said.

Licence issue: Pakistan International Airlines sacks seven pilots 

Islamabad: After their licences were cancelled by the Civil Aviation Authority, the Pakistan International Airlines on Saturday suspended seven pilots, media reports said.

Coronavirus: Chinese workers in Pakistan facing mental health problems

Islamabad: The Chinese government is unhappy with all-weather ally Pakistan's alleged mishandling of the COVID-19 situation  causing mental stress  to employees of  Chinese PSUs stationed in the south Asian country, media reports said.

Pakistan: Islamabad's Lal Masjid cordoned off to stop cleric’s possible return

Islamabad/UNI: Lal Masjid here was cordoned off by the police on Sunday so as to prevent the entry of the former khateeb of the mosque Maulana Abdul Aziz as tensions rose between the government and the cleric.

Workers vandalise ‘unIslamic’ Buddha statue discovered in Pakistan’s Mardan

Islamabad: A Buddha statue, which was recently  discovered while digging the foundation for a house in Pakistan’s Pashtun-dominated Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province’s Mardan district, was smashed by local workers as they considered it to be unislamic, media reports said.

Building collapse in PoK leaves 15 hurt 

Islamabad/UNI:  A three-storey wedding hall building collapsed during renovations in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir's (PoK) Mirpur district, injured at least 15 labourers and leaving dozens more trapped, official said.