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Pakistan: Police constable kidnapped, tortured in Lahore

Lahore: Five persons allegedly kidnapped a police constable and and tortured him in Paksitan's Lahore city, media reports said on Monday.

Two Pakistani soldiers die during clash with TTP terrorists in Lakki Marwat

Lakki Marwat: At least two Pakistani soldiers died and two others were hurt in a clash with outlawed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) terrorists near Wanda Pashan area in Pakistan's Lakki Marwat district on Friday, media reports said.

China: Shanghai witnesses protests over COVID-19 restrictions

Beijing: Residents of China's Shanghai took to the streets on Sunday to protest tough COVID-19 restrictions and lockdowns imposed by the authorities amid a record number of daily infections, a local resident told Sputnik.

Pakistan authorities arrest Imran Khan's party senator

Islamabad:  Pakistan's Federal Investigative Agency (FIA) on Sunday arrested Azam Khan Swati, a senator from ex-PM Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, for an offensive tweet about military officials.

China: Protests erupt against govt's COVID-19 measures, some demand Xi Jinping's resignation 

Beijing: Protests have started in different corners of China against the strict COVID restrictions imposed in the country and some even demanded the resignation of leader Xi Jinping and other Communist leaders.

'Down with the Chinese Communist Party': Shanghai witnesses anti-Covid protests after fire kills 10

Shanghai/IBNS: Protests rocked Shanghai early on Sunday, as residents in several Chinese cities, angered by a deadly fire in the country's far west, protested against heavy COVID-19 restrictions nearly three years into the pandemic.

Pakistan: Imran Khan addresses first rally since gun attack; says his Tehreek-e-Insaf will quit all provincial assemblies

Rawalpindi (Pakistan): Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan Saturday addressed the first public rally of his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party in Rawalpindi which is also the seat of the country’s powerful army after the assassination attempt on him earlier this month, media reports said.

Taliban’s draconian violations against women may amount to crimes against humanity: Experts

New York: The latest actions by Taliban de facto authorities targeting women and girls “should be investigated as gender persecution” eleven UN-appointed independent human rights experts said on Friday.

Chinese court sentences pop star Kris Wu to 13 years in prison for rape

Beijing: A Chinese court has sentenced Chinese-Canadian pop star Kris Wu to 13 years in prison after he was found guilty of sex crime.

Bangladesh: Woman dies after being run over by a bus in Dhaka

Dhaka: A woman died after she was run over by a bus in Dhaka city of Bangladesh, media reports said on Friday.

Tesla to recall 67,698 vehicles in China: Reports

Beijing: Car maker Tesla has decided to recall 67,698 vehicles in China over software problems, media reports said on Friday.

Afghanistan: Teen commits suicide by hanging after father forces him to work

Kabul: A 16-year-old child committed suicide by hanging himself in Kandahar police district 4 of Afghanistan, media reports said on Friday.

Pakistan appoints Lieutenant General Asim Munir as next army chief

Islamabad/IBNS: Pakistan government Thursday appointed Lieutenant General Asim Munir as chief of the army, media reported.

Pakistan's Foreign direct investment plunges 52pc in four months

Islamabad: Pakistan's Foreign direct investment nosedived 52 per cent during the first four months of the current fiscal year (FY23).

Afghanistan families selling off their belongings to meet their ends: Reports

Kabul: Afghan daily members are selling off their  belongings in order to meet their ends as the country is struggling amid Taliban rule.