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Modi an Adolf Hitler reborn

By: | Muhamamd Tabish Sarfaraz| 74 years after the Allies destroyed the Nazi tyranny that it has surfaced again anew. And 84 years after the Nuremberg Laws stripped German Jews of their citizenship, the Indian government, led by right-wing Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has introduced the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019. The BJP, ideologically a vicious and extremist Hindu nationalist party,...

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Modi an Adolf Hitler reborn

By: | Muhamamd Tabish Sarfaraz| 74 years after the Allies destroyed the Nazi tyranny that it has surfaced again anew. And 84 years after the Nuremberg Laws stripped German Jews of their citizenship, the Indian government, led by right-wing Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has introduced the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019. The BJP, ideologically a vicious and extremist Hindu nationalist party,...

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US commission seeks sanctions against Amit Shah, Other top officials over controversial bill

WASHINGTON: The passage of the religiously discriminatory Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in India, widely seen as being aimed at marginalizing the 200-million strong Muslim minority in the country, has raised concerns in the United States. The lower house of the Indian legislature early Tuesday passed the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, which will grant citizenship to religious minorities from neighbouring countries but...

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15th International Book Fair comes to a successful end held in Karachi

15th International Book Fair event comes to a successful end Political, Religious and Social Personalities attend the 5th and last day of the book fair event. Book Fair's convener Waqar Mateen vows to extend the hall capacity next year while watching the incredible response by the Public. More than 330 stalls were placed in which 40 institutions from 17 countries...

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International Anti-Corruption Day being observed today

ISLAMABAD: 'International Anti Corruption Day’ is being observed on Monday 9 under the theme: “Together, We Are United Against Corruption” and it also marked the 15th anniversary of the adoption of United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC). The day encourages a global fight against corruption keeping the sustainable development goal of 2030, is observed to enhance awareness and highlight the...

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More than 600 Pakistani girls ‘sold as brides’ to China

More than 600 poor Pakistani girls and women were sold as brides to Chinese men over a period of nearly two years, according to investigations by authorities in the South Asian nation of 200 million people. A list of 629 girls and women, obtained by The Associated Press, was compiled by Pakistani investigators determined to break up trafficking networks exploiting the country's poor and vulnerable. The...

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Major Shabbir Sharif remembered on 48th martyrdom anniversary

Gallant officer of Pakistan Army, Major Shabbir Sharif , who received top military award, Nishan-e-Haider for his bravery in 1971 war against India was remembered on his 48th martyrdom anniversary. Born on April 29, 1943, in Kunjah, Gujrat District, Major Shabbir Sharif is the brother of the former chief of army staff Raheel Sharif, who is the Islamic Military Counter...

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Pakistan submits compliance report before FATF

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Economic Affairs Hammad Azhar announced on Tuesday that Pakistan has submitted its compliance report to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to show its efforts to change anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing laws. The minister told the media that Pakistan has submitted the compliance report before the joint group of FATF. “There will be a response from...

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Sindhi Culture Day 2019 celebrated today in entire province

HYDERABAD: Sindhi Cultural Day celebrated across the province today with rallies being taken out in different cities and towns. Each year, the inhabitants of Sindh in Pakistan and elsewhere celebrate Sindhi Cultural Day on the first Sunday of December. Donning cultural dresses with Sindhi topi and ajrak, the traditional block printed shawls to spotlight centuries-old rich culture of Sindh, people...

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OIC’s human rights terms systematic violations in IoK similar to genocide

Organisation of Islamic Cooperation's (OIC) Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission (IPHRC) on Friday condemned New Delhi for its ongoing human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK), and said the systematic violations have a well-defined pattern that tantamount to ethnic cleansing and genocide of Kashmiris. According to a press release, the commission held an open meeting to review the worsening...

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Indian Sikh man donates 900 sq foot land for construction of mosque

A Sikh merchant, 70-year old Sukhpal Singh Bedi has donated a piece of land for the construction of a mosque in Muzaffarnagar. According to the reports, Bedi, a social activist from Purkazi town in Muzaffarnagar has donated a 900 sq foot plot for the construction of a mosque. The rare expression comes in a bid to foster communal union in the area....

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LUMS dropped out discuss process of isolation, estrangement for economically disadvantaged students

In a special article written by the LUMS graduate, the writer mentions his ordeal in the course of his study he spent at the varsity contending that LUMS is made for the elite. He states over the economical disparity prevalent in the varsity by writing his experience, which says: "I was good at conventional studies. I usually topped the class...

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2 days conference on water scarcity being conducted in Karachi with Newsone collaboration

KARACHI: With the collaboration of Newsone, the Hisaar organization on Tuesday conducts the first day of 2 days conference on the water scarcity where the President of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi and other notables participated in outlining the importance of water conservation. The ongoing Public importance meeting is being held at the metropolis as it is the 4th International Conference...

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China responds to Wells, says remarks about CPEC are repetition of old slander

China on Monday responded to criticism made by US Acting Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs Alice Wells, saying that the American diplomat’s remarks were nothing new and were a “mere repetition of old slanders” against China, China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and the Belt and Road initiative. Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Geng Shuang, during a...

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Actress Kubra Khan shares her spiritual experience

On my deathbed, I don’t want to be scared of facing my Lord, said Kubra Khan as she revealed that she will not be in the industry for the long run. While talking about her spiritual journey in an interview with BBC Asian Network, she said that her life has changed over the years. “Everyone goes through this at some point in...

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US to increase educational opportunities and academic exchanges for Pakistani students

The United States wants more students from Pakistan to study in universities across America, according to a statement made by US Embassy Minister Counselor for Public Affairs Lisa Heller last week. A 5 per cent increase been recorded in Pakistani students’ enrollments this year compared to last year, Heller said at a ceremony, adding that Pakistan is among the fastest...

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Fourth death anniversary of Marium Mukhtiar being observed today

KARACHI: The fourth death anniversary of Marium Mukhtiar is being observed today (Sunday). Marium Mukhtiar was born on 18th May 1992 in Karachi. She was the daughter of Colonel (retd.) Mukhtiar Ahmed Shaikh. She joined Pakistan Air Force (PAF) on 6th May 2011 and completed her graduation in 2014. Marium Mukhtiar acquired fighter pilot training from PAF Academy Risalpur and...

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