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Pakistan: Over 900 cases of violence against women, children registered by Sindh Police in four months

Sindh Police in Pakistan have recorded a distressing  913 cases of violence registered against children and women in the first four months of the year.

Pakistan: 14 people injured during violent clash between two tribes

A violent clash, which took place between two tribes, left 14 people injured in Pakistan's Darra Adam Khel area on Monday.

Pakistan: Guterres calls for end to violence following arrest of Imran Khan

New York: The UN Secretary-General on Wednesday, called for an end to the violence that has continued across parts of Pakistan, following the arrest a day earlier of former Prime Minister, Imran Khan.

Pakistan violence: Former foreign minister and Imran Khan's close aide Shah Mahmood Qureshi arrested

Islamabad Police have arrested several PTI leaders, including the country's former foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, for allegedly ' inciting violent protests' following the arrest of ex-PM and party chief Imran Khan in  the Al-Qadir Trust case.

Internet service in Pakistan to remain suspended for indefinite period

Islamabad: Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) on Wednesday said that internet services across the country will remain suspended for an indefinite period amid ongoing violence which erupted in the country following the arrest of former PM Imran Khan.

1975 horror: Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina recalls how she was secretly living in Delhi to escape assassins

New Delhi: Bangladesh PM SHeikh Hasina, who is scheduled to arrive in India on Monday, has revealed that she was once a secret resident of Delhi`s posh Pandara Road, where she lived with her children under an assumed identity trying to escape the attention of those who assassinated her father Sheikh Mujibur Rehman, the man who liberated the country from the cruel hands of Pakistan rule.

Baloch activist raises concern about rights violation in Pakistan at UN

Geneva: Munir Mengal, a Baloch political and human rights activist, has voiced his concerns over  the ongoing rights against minority communities in Pakistan.

Mob in Pakistan's Sialkot burns to death Sri Lankan factory manager on blasphemy charge

Sialkot: A mob in Pakistan's Sialkot area on Friday tortured a Sri Lankan man to death and then burned his body on charges of blasphemy, media reports said.

Pakistan witnessing alarming rise in violence: Reports

Pakistan is witnessing a rise in violent incidents as  203 people lost their lives and 966 were wounded in the country due to various forms of violence during the April-June quarter of this year.

Lynch mob attacks Pakistan capital police station to snatch man accused of blasphemy

Islamabad: A mob attacked a police station in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad on Monday night allegedly attempting to lynch a man detained on a charge of blasphemy.

Pakistan minister says govt won't follow Western advice on tackling Islamist group TLP

Islamabad: Amid its worsening ties with France over Islam, Pakistan's Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Tuesday said the government would not take any dictation (from the West) to settle internal issues, including action against the banned far-right Islamist group Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP).

Two killed in violence as Pakistan arrests chief of Islamist group

At least two people have been killed and several wounded in violence that spread across major cities in Pakistan following the arrest of a radical Islamist leader, reports say. Lahore, Gujranwala, Islamabad, and Peshwar were the worst affected cities on Monday.