Pakistan murder case: Prime suspect arrested was Zainab’s neighbour
January 23, 2018

According to Express News, police officials claim that he has confessed to the crime. Initial reports revealed that he was Zainab’s neighbour. A suspect named Imran has been arrested for his alleged involvement in the rape and murder of eight-year-old Zainab in Kasur, Pakistani Media reported while citing police officials.
According to Express News, police officials claim that he has confessed.

‘Only state has the right to declare jihad’: Pakistan govt unveils fatwa
January 16, 2018

Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain on Tuesday unveiled a book containing the fatwa of nearly 2,000 religious scholars of different schools of thought that seeks to address a “host of challenges posed by growing sectarianism, extremism and terrorism,” according to media reports . According to the gist of the fatwa, religious scholars converged on the point that it was the state which only can declare.

Pak Army warns of response to India’s misadventure
January 14, 2018

Islamabad: The Pakistan Army today warned India against any misadventure, asserting that the country’s nuclear weapons were exclusively meant to foil any threat emanating from the east. The Army’s response came days after Army Chief General Bipin Rawat’s recent remark that the force was ready to call Pakistan’s “nuclear bluff” and cross the.

Kashmir:  A Road to Peace or Disaster?
January 12, 2018

  Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai   India and Pakistan have had more than 150 official rounds of talks in the last seven decades to discuss conflicts and differences between them. The by-product of every round of talk was an agreement to meet again to talk. In consequence, the peace process between India and Pakistan has always remained an illusion. Talks have always proved barren because the parameters of talks.

‘How long will it be till you forget Zainab?’
January 12, 2018

Islamabad: As the sun began to set on Jan 4, six-year-old Zainab Amin performed her wuzu before setting out to her maternal aunt’s place for Quran lessons. “Zainab and her cousin, Osman, used to go to their khala’s house — which is a five-minute walk — every day around 6.30pm for around half an hour. Just like any other day, I gave the children milk and they headed off for their lessons.” “This.

Saudi woman divorces husband who loved her more than his mother
January 5, 2018

In bizarre case of marriage going wrong, a 29-year-old Saudi man had never imagined his wife for whom he left his family would drag him to court seeking divorce. The estranged husband was shattered as he stood in the courtroom hearing his wife’s stern decision for a divorce. He was perplexed over her decision as both denied having any problems in their marriage but still the woman was adamant.

After China, Russia now Turkey assures full support to Pakistan against US threats
January 4, 2018

Srinagar (PTK): A day after China threw its weight behind its regional ally Pakistan, Turkey has also assured the country of its support saying it has “made outstanding contributions to the international anti-terrorism cause”. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday called President Mamnoon Hussain and expressed solidarity with Pakistan in the wake of allegations levelled by.

457 Indian prisoners lodged in Pakistan jails
January 1, 2018

Islamabad: A total of 457 Indian prisoners, including 399 fishermen, are languishing in various Pakistani jails, according to a list the Pakistan government handed over to the Indian High Commission on Monday. The Pak Foreign Office said that the step of giving the list of prisoners was consistent with the provisions of the Consular Access Agreement between Pakistan and India, signed on May 21, 2008. Under.

Kashmir matter to be resolved Peacefully: Waza  
December 31, 2017

Srinagar: Today Jammu Kashmir People’s League organized a seminar at Islamabad Pakistan about the Present situation of Kashmir.The seminar was attended by Generalists, Intellectuals and Human Rights Organizations. In the seminar P5 , G20, OIC, and other World Organizations were appealed to provide their concern over the matter of Kashmir.   Meanwhile, India and Pakistan were urged to resolve.

Unesco chief regrets Israel’s withdrawal
December 30, 2017

New York Audrey Azoulay, Director General of Paris-based Unesco has regretted Israel’s move to quit the UN education and culture body, noting the necessity to dialogue to bridge gap among member states.  “In my capacity as Director-General of Unesco, I was officially notified today by the Israeli Government of Israel’s withdrawal from the Organization effective on December 31, 2018, a decision.