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No Need to Talk to Pakistan – warns American Expert on Pakistani Terrorism

Imran Khan, his government, the Pakistan Army and their paid slaves in the Indian media have been pushing for “Pakistan – India dialog”. Why is Pakistani Army and its side-kicks suddenly so interested in a dialog with India?


American Trophy Hunter Pays $100,000 to Shoot Endangered Markhor—Pakistan’s National Animal

The endangered spiral-horned markhor goat might be the national animal of Pakistan, but every year the government grants licenses for a handful to be shot, usually by rich foreign hunters who can pay the $100,000 per trophy.


India targets Pakistan over civilian death in J&K

New Delhi: India on Wednesday summoned a Pakistan High Commission official to lodge a protest over the death of an Indian civilian in “unprovoked” firing by the Pakistani aide in violation of a 2003 ceasefire agreement between the two countries.


Pakistan's Supreme Court Urges Rule Limiting Families to 2 Children

Reducing population growth in low-income countries is key to ending poverty. Pakistan’s government is under pressure to act on its goal to lower its birth rate by 2025. You can join us in taking action on this issue here.


Pakistan: District Council unanimously adopts resolution that only Christians, not Muslims, be sweepers

The idea is that the Muslims must always be supreme, superior to the Christians, who are the ones doing the menial jobs. Why? Because it’s in the Qur’an: “Fight those who do not believe in Allah or the Last Day, and do not forbidden what has been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, and do not ackn


‘Un-Islamic’: Pakistan University Rebrands Valentine’s Day as ‘Sister’s Day’

A Pakistan university will celebrate “Sisters’ Day” on February 14 instead of Valentine’s Day in an effort to promote “Islamic traditions,” rejecting what is widely seen as a Western import in the Muslim-majority country.


YouTube on Robert Spencer video: “We have received a legal complaint from the government” — of Pakistan

I received this email from YouTube over the weekend. At first I thought it was another malicious copyright or flagging strike but no this one turns out to be different. Here’s the text (my highlights):


Pakistan seeking change of fortunes against Proteas

Port Elizabeth - Pakistan will seek a change of fortune when they play South Africa in the first of five one-day internationals at St George's Park on Saturday. The tourists were mauled in a recent Test series, with none of the three matches going beyond lunch on the fourth day, but have reason to b


Indian Army is one step ahead of Pakistan: Lt Gen Ranbir Singh

The Northern Army commander Lt Gen Ranbir Singh on Thursday said the Indian Army was one step ahead of Pakistan and was giving a befitting reply to every single ceasefire violation by the neighbouring country.“2018 has been a great year for the security forces, more than 250 terrorists were killed,


Atletico Madrid unveil ambitious plans to boost football in Pakistan

The unveiling of a football academy is invariably looked on as a great initiative, and attracts strong interest. However when the football academy is in partnership with Atletico Madrid and it is in Pakistan, then that sends out a message of something greater.


Bride-to-be among five women charred to death as house catches fire in Pakistan

A pre-wedding celebrations turned tragic after 24-year-old bride-to-be and four other women were charred to death in a massive fire that broke out at a house in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.


Pakistan needs to dictate decisions on INGOs: Foreign Secretary Janjua I #AsiaNewsNetwork

Speaking to foreign envoys on the issue of INGOs registration, she said “activities that are responsive to Pakistan’s national development priorities” had been identified.


Pakistan adopts pre-bailout advice: IMF

Pakistan to publish critical economic data on national portal. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Wednesday said that Pakistan has adopted the first of the several recommendations it had made during recent talks for a bailout package for its tottering economy.


Turkey takes over FETO-linked colleges in Pakistan

After capital Islamabad and Lahore, Maarif Foundation takes control of schools in commercial hub Karachi. Teachers and students warmly welcomed a delegation of Turkey’s Maarif Foundation that took control of three schools on Wednesday linked to Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO) in the southern


Unwanted Afghan refugees pin hopes on Pakistan's Imran Khan

Shahzad Alam has proposed marriage to several women and been rejected each time for the same reason, he says: their discovery that he is not the Pakistani shoe shop owner they thought he was, but an Afghan refugee.


Women legislators in Pakistan’s Sindh province seek male contraception to control population

Karachi, January 17 (The Express Tribune): Women lawmakers in the Sindh provincial Assembly have demanded “sterilization of men” as a measure to control the growing population in Pakistan.


The Evolution of Pakistan’s Lashkar-e-Tayyiba Terrorist Group

Ten years ago, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba launched an attack that paralyzed the Indian megacity of Mumbai for days. The operation, occurring in the midst of major instability and violence in Pakistan, raised concerns that Lashkar—the Pakistani military’s most powerful proxy—had gone rogue and would now opera


Steyn, de Kock rested from first two ODIs against Pakistan

Dubai [UAE], Jan 16 (ANI): South African cricketers Dale Steyn and Quinton de Kock have been rested for the first two one-day internationals (ODI) against Pakistan. The Proteas have called-up Aiden Markram and Duanne Olivier in their place, ICC reported on Wednesday.


Trophy hunter snapped smirking next to endangered goat he paid $100,000 to kill

An American trophy hunter has been slammed by wildlife conservationists and animals rights advocates after a picture of him smirking while posing with the corpse of an endangered species of goat in Pakistan went viral on social media.


Secret life of female bodyguard to the stars revealed as she inspires Netflix film

She has protected royals and celebrities, rescued hostages, dodged sniper fire and given foreign government agents the slip. Jacquie Davis was the UK’s first ever bodyguard when she started three decades ago.