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Pakistani policemen lures own daughter to nab rapists

The incident took place in Sindh's Kashmore, where a gang of rapists called in a mother and her five-year-old daughter from Karachi to Kashmore for a fake job placement

Pak back to old games

Going by the dubious record set by Islamabad, it should not be surprising if Pearl’s killer is let off in the near future

COVID-19: 990 confirmed cases in Pakistan nears, 7 dead

The country has decided to suspend all domestic flights from March 26 onward as part of the measures to contain the spread of the virus.

Six Pak officials suspended for selfie with COVID-19 infected colleague

Karachi: Six district administration officials in Pakistan's Sindh province were suspended for taking a selfie with their colleague who tested positive for the novel...

Pakistan reports 510 COVID-19 cases, death toll stands at 3

The three deaths were reported from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh.

Pakistan goes to polls amid heavy security

There are 105.96 million registered voters in the country. The voting started at 8 AM local time on more than 85,000 polling stations.

US-based Muhajir community hails India’s statement at UN rights session

Washington: The US-based Muhajir community has welcomed India's statement in the UN human rights session on state atrocities committed by Pakistan in Sindh, Balochistan...

Muharram Processions: Mobile services suspended in Pakistan’s Sindh

Tight security arrangements were in place for Muharram processions with a large number of police and paramilitary troops being deployed, officials said.

20 people murdered at Pakistan shrine: Police

Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has called for a police report on the investigation within 24 hours, a senior government official said.

Taliban bombing kills 22, injures 95 in northwest Pak

A gory car bombing outside a Shiite imambargah at Parachinar, Kurram Agency, claimed by Pakistani Taliban killed 22 and left 95 injured.

Pak proposal on Gilgit-Baltistan entirely unacceptable: India

Pakistan would be well-advised to refrain from interfering in the internal affairs of India in any form and not to resort to denial from the reality of terrorism emanating from its soil.

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