سری نگر: قابض بھارتی فوجیوں نے مقبوضہ کشمیر میں پاکستانی کرکٹ ٹیم کی فتح پر جشن منانے والے کشمیری نوجوان کو ظلم و بربریت کا نشانہ بناتے ہوئے چھریوں کے وار کرکے قتل کردیا۔
کشمیری میڈیا کے مطابق مقبوضہ وادی کے علاقے بڈگام میں ایشیا کپ میں بھارت کے خلاف پاکستان کی شاندار . . . → Read More: بھارتی فوجیوں نے پاکستان کی جیت پرجشن منانیوالے کشمیری نوجوان کو قتل کردیا
Pakistan is an ideological state, a nation created in the name of religion and it is for this very reason that religion and politics are not separate from each other. Skillfully articulated by Iqbal, the spiritual father of the nation, “Judaa ho deen siasat se to reh jaati hay Changezi” (statecraft divorced from faith leads . . . → Read More: Hypocrisy, thy name is… us
(By Syed Mohammad Ali) For more than three decades, Pakistan has been home to one of the world’s largest refugee communities due to multiple waves of Afghans crossing over the porous international border to flee repeated bouts of escalating conflict within their war-ravaged country.
The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan had unleashed the first wave of refugees into . . . → Read More: Afghan refugees by the millions
LONDON: Pakistan is all set to beat India in becoming an associate member at Cern (European Organization for Nuclear Research), the world’s largest particle physics laboratory that recently found the God Particle.
A senior official of Cern told the TOI in London that bureaucratic red tape in India had slowed down the country’s intentions of joining Cern . . . → Read More: Pakistan beats India to Cern memebership
Tahrik-e-Taliban Pakistan – Terrorists not “Islamic warriors”… why is the Pakistan Government trying to talk peace with them?
Hurrah! Lets celebrate! Lets sing and dance with joy! Lets all sing in praise of our blessed leaders… for they have found a way to bring peace to our terrorism infected country…. yay! Pakistan is on . . . → Read More: Peace talks without peace
The family of an exchange student from Pakistan who has been comatose since a November crash is trying to prevent a Minnesota hospital from sending him back to his home country.
Muhammad Shahzaib Bajwa, 20, was spending a semester in an exchange program at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. On Nov. 13, he and his friends . . . → Read More: Pakistan comatose student in USA: Tough decisions ahead
The long and the short of it is that I do not like India, I do not trust the Indians in India and I have a strong suspicion that they entirely reciprocate these feelings. I have nothing against the Indians as people
. . . → Read More: ‘Best Friends’ not any time soon