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Madrassa Sex: Pakistan has a deep-rooted problem and clerics go unpunished

For over a year, Sabir Shah, a madrassa student, was sexually abused by an influential religious cleric in Pakistan’s populous city of Lahore. In...

Yeti Narsinghanand Saraswati: ‘I promise I can’t be beheaded’

I watched Jaipur Dialogues last night. Yeti Narsinghanand Saraswati was in conversation with Sanjay Dixit, a bureaucrat, extremely popular on social media. The head...

’71 War: India’s glorious attack on Karachi fades in memory: Who should we blame?

The surrender by Lt Gen A K Niazi at Dhaka on December 16, 1971, was an event that led to the creation of Bangladesh....

“Indian force went inside Pakistan to unearth underground tunnel used by JeM”

After terrorists used a tunnel to enter inside the Indian territory on November 22, Top officials on Tuesday informed that Border Security Force (BSF)...

Ahmed Patel and his links to the 12th Road, the most important one in The Game

Here in India, we say good things about anybody and everybody who passes on to the next world, and there is no exception on...

Karachi will one day be part of India, says Devendra Fadnavis

Former Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis has said that one day Karachi city of Pakistan, once a stronghold of Sindhi Hindus, will be a...

Karachi could be wiped out: The telltale signs are unmistakable

Pakistan’s financial capital Karachi could be wiped out of existence and unfortunately there is nothing the government or the world could do to stop...

Shias could have their revenge in the form of Pakistan’s own Hezbollah

In recent times, massive rallies of up to 30,000 protestors have targeted Shias in Pakistan; on Karachi’s major highways, MA Jinnah and Saeed Manzil...

Pakistan is given but why everyone in neighbourhood is learning Mandarin?

The Karakoram International University, in Gilgit, PoK, is conducting classes in Mandarin  which are sponsored by Pakistani military and are mainly attended by the...

Karachi sinks under floods: Imran gets buckets of curses

Torrential rains have wreaked havoc in Pakistan’s financial capital city Karachi, which is also its most -populous city urban conglomerate.   Over the last week, intense monsoon...

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