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A senior Pakistani journalist on Monday said that West should not deny Iran’s peaceful nuclear right.
Pakistani religious leader on Saturday stressed the need for unity among Muslim Ummah to frustrate the designs of imperialist forces against Muslim world.
A Pakistani religious leader on Monday said that a recent long march was successful since most of the objectives, including assurance by the government to hold parliamentary elections on time, …
Rape cases increased in the Indian capital New Delhi by 23 percent in 2012, compared with data from the previous year, a recent report says.
Provincial chief of Pakistani’s top religious party on Friday said that western powers must destroy their nuclear weapons before putting pressure on Iran’s peaceful nuclear program.
Pakistani Shiite leader on Friday strongly condemned the deadly blasts in Pakistan that killed 124 people, saying that the US is behind the shameful act.
Senator from Pakistani ruling party here Wednesday supported Iran’s peaceful nuclear program and termed as baseless pressure imposed on Islamic Republic in this regards.
Data shows that more than 2,000 people lost their lives in violent attacks in the Pakistani port city of Karachi in 2012, marking the deadliest year for the financial hub …
India’s economic growth is unlikely to cross 6 per cent during the current fiscal due to the global uncertainties, an Assocham report said on Tuesday.
A Pakistani Shiite Muslim religious scholar on Friday praised the role of Islamic Republic of Iran in restoring peace in Syria.
India is short by 64 lakh (one lakh equals 100,000) allied healthcare professionals, said report released.
Friday, 21 December 2012 14:05

Kashmir mass uprising leaves many disabled

Indian-administered Kashmir was rocked by widespread anti government protests between 2008 to 2010, which left more than 200 people dead, most of them youth and many more maimed for life.
Thursday, 20 December 2012 13:14

$14b siphoned off from Bangladesh: Report

A total of US$14.059 billion had been siphoned off from Bangladesh in 10 years since 2001 through trade mis-invoicing, corruption, bribery and tax evasion, said a report of Washington-based Global …
Railways topped the list of government organisations in 2011 against whom a maximum number of complaints of corruption-nearly 9,000-were received by the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC).
Monday, 17 December 2012 14:50

India forecasts lowest growth in decade

India on Monday cut its growth forecast for the current fiscal year to just under six percent, putting Asia's third-largest economy on track for its worst annual performance in a …
Nearly three quarters of Pakistani girls do not enroll at primary schools mostly due to the poverty and fear of the prevalent militant attacks against female education centers, a new …
By capturing two US drones, Iran has displayed its technological advancement, said an Indian scholar here on Monday.
A prominent Indian religious scholar Friday condemned West's sanctions against Iran.
Some 300 million people suffer from asthma globally. It also causes about 250,000 persons deaths annually, said India’s Union Health and Family Affairs Minister, Ghulam Nabi Azad Friday in Hyderabad.
According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup Pakistan, 85 percent of Pakistanis have never been to a library.