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Chinese authorities impose lockdown on seven monasteries: Reports

Chinese authorities have imposed a lockdown on seven monasteries that are situated along the two banks of eastern Tibet’s Drichu River in Kham Dege, media reports said.

Afghanistan's Taliban administration invests USD 35million in Iran’s Chabahar port

The Taliban administration of Afghanistan has committed to invest  $35 million in Iran's strategically crucial Chabahar port, media reports said on Monday.

Baloch Yakjehti Committee 'exposes' reality of CPEC in Pakistan's Gwadar

A prominent Baloch rights group has said the multi-billion-dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) stood 'exposed' after the relief aid could not reach the flood-affected people in Gwadar despite tall claims made for the project.

Baloch American Congress president expresses discontent over appointment of Sarfraz Bugti as Balochistan CM

Baloch American Congress president Tara Chand has expressed discontent over the appointment of Sarfraz Bugti as Balochistan CM.

Shehbaz Sharif takes oath as Pakistan PM for second time

Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif on Monday took oath as the Prime Minister of the financially struggling nation, ending a political crisis that was created after the national polls after none of the contesting outfits secured the majority votes needed to form the government.

Robbers kill security guard in Pakistan's Karachi

Suspected robbers shot dead a security guard of a travel agency in Pakistan's Karachi city on Sunday, media reports said.

Unravelling the drug pipeline from Pakistan to North America

The scourge of drug trafficking is a global crisis that respects no borders, devastating lives and communities across continents.

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl chief Maulana Fazalur Rehman calls incumbent parliament a 'product of rigging'

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazalur Rehman has said the people of Pakistan could not recognise the incumbent parliament of the country as it is a product of ‘rigging’.

Unknown attackers destroy Ahmadiyya mosque in Pakistan's Karachi city v

Unknown attackers targeted a mosque belonging to the Ahmadiyya community in Pakistan's Karachi city, media reports said on Sunday.

Sri Lanka launches pilot project introducing AI into school

Sri Lanka's Education Minister Susil Premajayantha announced on Sunday that starting March 19, a pilot project will be initiated in 20 schools, providing students from Grade 8 the chance to delve into artificial intelligence (AI) within their information technology curriculum.

Shehbaz Sharif elected as Pakistan PM for second time, says country is facing alarming debt crisis

Pakistan's National Assembly on Sunday (March 3, 2024) elected Pakistan Muslim League- Nawaz's Shehbaz Sharif as the 24th elected prime minister of the country, ending the political deadlock in the nation which was created after none of the political outfits won a majority after national polls last month.

Pakistan's Parliament to elect new PM today, Shehbaz Sharif leads race

Islamabad/IBNS: Members of the Pakistani National Assembly, the parliament's lower house, are expected to elect a new prime minister of the country on Sunday.

Baloch Students’ Council protest against ‘enforced disappearance’ of student in Islamabad

The Baloch Students’ Council (BSC) Islamabad has expressed outrage over the alleged ‘enforced disappearance’ of a Baloch student in Islamabad by Pakistan intelligence officials.

Women University Swabi students, their parents protest against hike in transport fees

The students of Women University Swabi (WUS) in Pakistan recently threatened to demonstrate against hike in transport fees.

Demonstrations held in Pakistan over rising crime in Kandhkot

Workers of nationalist parties and social organisations recently observed a sit-in in Kandhkot town of Pakistan to demonstrate against rising unrest among citizens due to growing lawlessness and simmering tribal feuds.