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Pakistan: Residents of Muzaffarabad demonstrate against China over illegal construction of dams on Neelam and Jhelum rivers

Quetta: Residents of Muzaffarabad city of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) this week protested against China and Pakistan over the illegal construction of dams on the Neelam and Jhelum rivers.

Islamabad: Court disposes three identical petitions filed against construction of Hindu temple

Islamabad:  The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday disposed of three identical petitions filed against the construction of a Hindu temple in Pakistan capital city Islamabad.

Pakistan: Seven Punjab cities to undergo 15-day lockdown from today 

Lahore: With increased COVID-19 cases in Pakistan, seven cities in Punjab will be under a 15-day smart  lockdown  which will start from Friday, media reports said.

Fake pilot: US bans Pakistan International Airlines flights  

Islamabad: Amid recent revelation about fake licence possessed by certain Pakistani pilots, the United States has stopped operation of special flights of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), media reports said.

Pakistan newspaper appreciates Election Commission's decision to mandate each province to have at least one woman district election commissioner

A major Pakistani newspaper has appreciated the country's Election Commission's decision to mandate each province to have at least one woman district election commissioner.

Illegal trafficking: Zimbabwe deports Pakistani diplomat

In an embarrassment for Pakistan, Zimbabwe has deported a Pakistani diplomat for flouting multiple local and international laws related to illegal trafficking, media reports said.

Pakistan: Journalist Daniel Pearl murder case convict Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh may soon walk free

Islamabad: In what could be a win for terrorists in Pakistan, the key convict in journalist  Daniel Pearl muder case Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh may walk free soon.

Pakistan PM Imran Khan's COVID-19 handing has been indecisive: NSA member Tilak Devasher

National Security Advisory Board Member Tilak Devasher has said Pakistan PM Imran Khan's dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak has been 'indecisive and tentative'.

Pakistan: Lack of PPEs force doctors to tender resignation in Punjab amid COVID-19 pandemic

Islamabad: The frontline health workers seem to be receiving blows in Pakistan where 50 doctors tendered their resignations due to lack of  personal protective equipment (PPEs), an essential for them combating COVID-19.

UN should intervene to stop the ethnic cleansing of the indigenous people of Balochistan: Tarek Fatah

Pakistan-born Canadian author Tarek Fatah has said it is time for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to intervene and stop the slaughter and ethnic cleansing of the indigenous people of Balochistan.

Pakistani officials negotiating to receive $2Bln debt relief from G20 Countries – Reports

Moscow/Sputnik: Pakistani officials have reached tentative agreements with the majority of its G20 creditors as the country looks to receive just over $2 billion in debt relief, the country’s The News portal reports, citing a Finance Division official.

Pakistani PM Imran Khan's special assistant on health tests positive for COVID-19

Islamabad/Xinhua: Special Assistant to Pakistani Prime Minister on Health Zafar Mirza confirmed on Monday that he had quarantined himself at home after being tested positive for COVID-19.

Baloch poet rejects literary award from Pakistan govt due to state’s oppressive policies

Islamabad/IBNS: A Baloch poet has rejected an academic award from Pakistan citing the Imran Khan government’s policies ‘inflicted’ on Balochistan that have ‘subjugated’ the populace.

Amid COVID-19 pandemic spread, Pakistani forces continue military operation, abductions in Balochistan

Quetta: Pakistan's Balochistan region is not only seeing a massive surge in COVID-19 cases but also continuous raids and alleged abductions by Pakistan's Armed forces, media reports said.

Death toll of Pakistan's train-van collision rises to 22

Islamabad/Xinhua: Death toll of the collision between a train and a passenger van in Pakistan's eastern city of Sheikhupura has risen to 22 on Friday night, Quratul Ain, spokesperson of Pakistan Railways said.