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After being heavily criticized for appearing in seemingly inappropriate “selfie” photographs with murdered social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch, Mufti Abdul Qavi has now been included in the ongoing investigated into the latter’s killing. According to Multan Police, Qandeel’s brother,
Notorious model from Multan, Qandeel Baloch, has been murdered by her brother on Sunday, who mentioned to the press that he is "not embarrassed" to have killed his sister. Baloch’s murder has once again sparked debate over action against the "epidemic" of honour killings in Pakistan.
The Additional Attorney General, Muhammad Waqar Rana, has submitted a concise statement to the Supreme Court of Pakistan on behalf of the federal government, stating that a census across the country will be held upon the availability of the army men. According to the statement submitted on Thursday,
The Foreign Office of Pakistan welcomed the offer by the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General, Ban Ki-Moon, to mediate between Pakistan and India on Thursday over the heightening tensions between the neighbors due to the Kashmir Issue. The two countries are in a diplomatic pitfall after the killing
During a routine briefing on Monday, The US State Department spokesperson urged that Pakistan and Afghanistan should work together in order to eliminate all safe havens in their border region under use by terrorists to target innocent civilians in both the neighbouring countries. According to
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif issued a statement on Sunday to condemn the excessive and unlawful use of force against the innocent people in Indian-administered Kashmir where violence continued for the second day even after causing at least 18 deaths. Nawaz mentioned that “it is
In a meeting between US Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Ambassador Richard Olson with Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry on Saturday, Pakistan and The United States agreed to continue their bilateral engagement and cooperation for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan.
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