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SIMs under biometric system from June 1, Geo News reported. The resolution was presented by Dr Seema Zia of Pakistan Tehreeke-e-Insaf (PTI) stating that illegal SIMs are being used in terrorism activities, and that single user has multiple SIMs.
Crimes Against Whose Humanity The UN, pressed by its Islamic members, is now talking of prosecuting Burmese leaders for ';crimes against humanity'; because of the continued poor treatment of Burmese Moslems and especially the Rohingya.
The supply of oxygen that might have helped was now off limits, in a Doctors Without Borders clinic shut down by the government in February. A hospital visit was out of the question; admission for Rohingya Muslims, a long-persecuted minority, always
Make that a gust, if the long line of women, their finger of choice taut with the anticipation of a tryst forbidden so long, is anything to go by. The right to vote had remained a near-exclusive preserve of men in this Pashtun neighbourhood, some
Over 200 paintings of 34 Pakistani Arabic calligraphists have drawn widespread praise at an exhibition here on Thursday. The four-day exhibition was opened by Najia Aizaz Ahmed, the wife of the Pakistan foreign affairs secretary, and Hamida Alireza,
In both cases, the women were picked up and taken to secluded areas. Simranpreet Singh Dhillon has been charged with two counts of sex assault with a weapon, two counts of possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose, two counts of uttering threats of
Rohingya people from Myanmar, who were rescued from human traffickers, react from inside a communal cell at Songkhla Immigration Detention Centre (IDC) where they are kept near Thailand's border with Malaysia February 12, 2014. U.S. lawmakers called
We have been reading so often about Pakistanis stranded in Bangladesh for the past four decades...Their plight is highlighted through news reports and at meetings, but the Pakistan government remains unmoved. Speakers quoted in the report, Saudis,
Dr R L Bhat said in a statement here today. He said the latest instance was volte-face on the temples and shrines bill. "Both Omar and Farooq Abdullah had expressed publicly in support for the cause of preservation of the temple heritage of Kashmir
Officials at a New Jersey college say a student fabricated a story about being assaulted outside a dormitory by assailants who used racial slurs. The Record reports that 18-year-old Navjoat Aulakh had claimed three white men called him an "Islamic