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Pakistan Police arrested 14 persons in connection with destroy of temple

Hindus are the largest non-Muslim majority in pakistan   country, which gained independence from British rule in 1947, when the subcontinent was partitioned into Muslim-majority Pakistan and Hindu-majority India.   In Peshawar Videos made by locals at the scene and shared with Reuters showed a crowd breaking apart blocks of the temple structure’s walls using Read More…

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Flash flood kills more than 160 in Afghanistan many still missing

According to International agency Reuters Thirteen provinces, mostly in the country’s north, had been affected by floods, according to the Ministry for Disaster Management.   In Parwan, just north of the capital Kabul, 116 people had been killed and more than 120 injured, with 15 people still missing, national and local officials said.   Rescuers Read More…

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Landslide Victory for Rajapaksa family in Srilanka 2020 is an advantage China factor ?!

A total of 196 seats in the 225-member house were decided on district proportional representation while the remaining 29 were decided on the basis of votes polled nationwide.   Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa’s Sri Lanka Podujana Party (SLPP) won 145 seats and can also count on the support of at least five allies in the Read More…

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U.N. Security Council discussed disputed Kashmir for third time

The U.N. Security Council discussed disputed Kashmir at Pakistan’s request Wednesday for the third time since India’s Hindu nationalist BJP government decided to end the Muslim-majority region’s semi-autonomy a year ago.   On Aug. 5, 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government stripped Jammu and Kashmir’s statehood, scrapped its separate constitution and removed inherited protections on Read More…

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Pakistan friendly gestures to its arch rival Bangladesh diminishes India’s SAARC role

The two Muslim states of South Asia Pakistan and Bangladesh have had strained relations, since the conviction of several Jamaat-e-Islami leaders, who were sentenced to death through a local tribunal, called the International Crimes Tribunal.   The Jamaat-e-Islami leaders, belonging to the main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) were executed on charges of committing atrocities Read More…