Shakirullah’s post-mortem report reveals the actual cause behind his death

Shakirullah’s post-mortem report reveals the actual cause behind his death

KARACHI: The heart and brain of Shakirullah, a Pakistani prisoner who was stoned to death by other inmates in Jaipur Central Jail in India last month, were removed from his dead body before it was handed over to his bereaved family via Wagah border crossing last Saturday, a post-mortem report has...

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India’s late Pakistani prisoner laid to rest

India’s late Pakistani prisoner laid to rest

SIALKOT: Shakirullah, a Pakistani prisoner who was stoned to death by other inmates in an Indian prison, was laid to rest in his village Jasarwala on Sunday. The Pakistani inmate’s funeral prayers were offered in Daska, Sialkot today. Shakirullah’s body was handed over by India to Pakistan at the Wagah Border on...

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Pakistan’s Armed forces on high alert along LoC: ISPR

Pakistan’s Armed forces on high alert along LoC: ISPR

RAWALPINDI: Armed forces of Pakistan are on high alert along the Line of Control (LoC) and ready for any eventuality, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Thursday. As per statement released by the military’s media wing, here today, troops of Pakistan Army are on high alert along the...

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PM Imran Khan announces release of Indian pilot Abhinandan as a gesture of peace

PM Imran Khan announces release of Indian pilot Abhinandan as a gesture of peace

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan while addressing a joint parliamentary session in the wake of soaring tensions between India and Pakistan, announced to release the captured Indian pilot as a gesture of peace. After presenting a tribute to the opposition and the entire nation for standing united during the tough...

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Indo-Pak war games continue

Indo-Pak war games continue

All warfare is based on deception. Put this in the context of India-Pakistan standoff and one is left wondering; deception against whom, and serving whom? The Pulwama episode has created enough tensions between India and Pakistan anyway. The prospect of war between two nations possessing nuclear weapons should cause a...

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Indian markets slump post LoC invasion attempt by IAF

Indian markets slump post LoC invasion attempt by IAF

MUMBAI: Indian markets dived on Tuesday after the country’s military aircraft violated the Line of Control (LoC), escalating tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbors. Pakistan’s military confirmed that Indian jets crossed into its territory and released a payload after Pakistan scrambled its own jets, but there was no casualties or...

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Invasion attempt: Indian aircraft violate LoC, PAF responds as Indians ‘drop payload in haste’

Invasion attempt: Indian aircraft violate LoC, PAF responds as Indians ‘drop payload in haste’

ISLAMABAD: Indian military aircraft violated the Line of Control (LoC) as they “intruded” from the Muzafarabad sector and were forced to return owing to the timely response of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF), Pakistan Army spokesperson Major General Asif Ghafoor said early Tuesday. “Indian aircraft intrusion across LoC in Muzafarabad...

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Imran Khan: “Indian PM Narendra Modi needs to give peace another chance”

Imran Khan: “Indian PM Narendra Modi needs to give peace another chance”

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday that Indian PM Narendra Modi should give peace another chance, adding that it was unfortunate that due to upcoming elections in India an important issue such as peace is placed on the back-burner. The PM in a statement said that he stood...

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Post Pulwama: India threatens to choke Pakistan’s water supply

Post Pulwama: India threatens to choke Pakistan’s water supply

In a pursuance of belligerence, India has threatened to block the water supply to Pakistan in light of the Pulwama attack, media reported. The warning comes on the backdrop of the February 14 suicide attack in occupied Kashmir’s Pulwama district in which 44 Indian paramilitary forces were killed. Addressing a gathering in Uttar Pradesh on...

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Dear India, here are 7 enlightening reasons to end the ‘Pulwama’ blame game. Sincerely, Pakistan!

Dear India, here are 7 enlightening reasons to end the ‘Pulwama’ blame game. Sincerely, Pakistan!

The ‘Pulwama attack’ was an unfortunate tragedy and an act of terrorism; one that should be investigated and the perpetrators held accountable. However, it seems that India is more concerned with upholding its anti-Pakistan narrative for a political agenda than actually trying to get justice or finding a solution for the...

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