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Activists demand arrest of Pak Hindu student's killers Activists demand arrest of Pak Hindu student's killers


Karachi, Civil society and rights activists have demanded the immediate arrest of the killers of a Pakistani Hindu medical student who was found dead under mysterious circumstances in her hostel room in September, saying she was subjected to criminal assault.

The development comes after an autopsy report on November 6 revealed that Nimrita Kumari, whose body was found on September 16 hanging from the ceiling fan in her hostel room at the Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University (SMBBMU) in Larkana, was raped and then murdered.

Pak Sikhs urge India to facilitate access to Dera Baba Nanak Pak Sikhs urge India to facilitate access to Dera Baba Nanak


Lahore , The Sikh community of Pakistan has urged India to facilitate access to Dera Baba Nanak Gurudwara in Gurdaspur district of Punjab.

Pakistan Sikh Council (PSC) Patron-in-Chief Sardar Ramesh Singh Khalsa said the Kartarpur Corridor's opening on Saturday was in line with Sikhism founder Guru Nanak's teachings of inclusion, peace, and interfaith harmony and that he was speechless after seeing "tears of joy in the eyes of his Sikh brethren", Geo TV reported.

New announcements by Pak add to Kartarpur confusion New announcements by Pak add to Kartarpur confusion



Islamabad, Confusion continued to reign over Pakistan's announcements on the Kartarpur corridor, with the Foreign Office on Thursday saying that Indian pilgrims are exempted from having to carry passports to visit the Kartarpur shrine.

Foreign Office spokesman Muhammad Faisal also said that Pakistan was waiving the requirement of announcing the list of pilgrims 10 days in advance, and that it was waiving the $20 service fee from pilgrims on November 9 and 10

India asks Pak to remove anti-India elements from Kartarpur visual India asks Pak to remove anti-India elements from Kartarpur visual


New Delhi, Two days ahead of the highly-anticipated inauguration of the cross-border Kartarpur Corridor, India on Wednesday voiced concerns over the presence of three Sikh separatist leaders, including Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, in an official promotional video of the corridor released by Pakistan and has raised the matter with Islamabad.

Kartarpur: Hoardings hailing Sidhu, Imran surface in Amritsar Kartarpur: Hoardings hailing Sidhu, Imran surface in Amritsar


Chandigarh, Hoardings of Congress' Amritsar legislator Navjot Singh Sidhu with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan mysteriously surfaced in Amritsar, describing them as 'real heroes' for playing a crucial role in linking the Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara in Pakistan with the Indian territory.

"Kartarpur Sahib da langah khulwaon vale asli hero. Assi Punjabi hik te thok ke kehne han.... (The real heroes behind the Kartarpur corridor. We, Punjabis, admit that the credit goes to Navjot Singh Sidhu and Imran Khan)," read one of the hoardings that appeared on Tuesday.

Pak govt set for Kartarpur inauguration on Saturday Pak govt set for Kartarpur inauguration on Saturday



Islamabad, The Pakistan government has made all arrangements to inaugurate the Kartarpur Corridor on Saturday ahead of the 550th birth anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, on November 12 when thousands of pilgrims from India and abroad will visit a revered shrine on the occassion.

India-Thailand agree to explore cooperation in defence industries India-Thailand agree to explore cooperation in defence industries



Bangkok, Welcoming a 20 per cent growth in bilateral trade in 2018, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Thai counterpart Prayut Chan-o-Cha on Sunday decided to task their trade officials to discuss ways to enhance trade and investment, and agreed to explore opportunities for cooperation in defence industries sector.

The two leaders, who met on the sidelines of 35th ASEAN Summit here, reviewed the progress made in bilateral relationship and noted that frequent high level meetings and exchanges at all levels have created positive momentum in the relationship.

Personal videos of Pak singer who threatened Modi go viral Personal videos of Pak singer who threatened Modi go viral

Islamabad, Personal photos and videos of Rabi Pirzada, the Pakistani actress who recently made headlines for threatening Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, have gone viral on social media, according to media reports.

A report on Pakistani online daily, Urdu Point News said that Pirzada grabbed huge public attention after her personal videos went viral on Friday night.

After reptiles, Pak singer threatens Modi with suicide attack After reptiles, Pak singer threatens Modi with suicide attack



Lahore, After threatening to unleash reptiles on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir, Pakistani pop singer Rabi Pirzada is now warning him with a suicide attack.

On Tuesday, Pirzada posted on Twitter a photo of herself donning what appeared to be a suicide jacket with a caption that again warned Modi over Kashmir. "#ModiHitler i just wish huh. #kashmirkibeti," she wrote as caption to the photo.

Trudeau's Liberals poised to form minority govt Trudeau's Liberals poised to form minority govt

 

Ottawa, Incumbent Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party was poised to form a minority government after securing enough votes in a tightly contested general elections, media reports said.

Despite some early losses in Canada's eastern provinces, the Liberals won in Atlantic Canada, Quebec and Ontario, giving them a second term in office. The party won a majority (184 seats) in the 2015 polls

'1984 Sikh Genocide Memorial' removed after India protests '1984 Sikh Genocide Memorial' removed after India protests



Norwich (Connecticut, US), About three months after a '1984 Sikh Genocide Memorial' to the Sikh victims of the 1984 riots in India was installed at Otis Library here, the memorial was removed - in part following the urging of the Indian government.

The memorial, that featured a prominent photo of Khalistani leader Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale, accused the Indian government of genocide.

Over 300 Indians deported for illegally entering Mexico Over 300 Indians deported for illegally entering Mexico

 

New Delhi More than 300 Indians, who were deported by Mexican immigration authorities for illegally entering the country, reached Delhi airport on Friday on a specially arranged non-scheduled flight.

Of the deported 311 Indians, 310 are men and one woman. All of them were caught over a period of several months in the Mexican states of Oaxaca, Baja California, Veracruz, Chiapas, Sonora, Mexico City, Durango and Tabasco.

Pakistan raises Babri Masjid issue Pakistan raises Babri Masjid issue

 

Islamabad, Directly interfering in the internal issues of India, Pakistan has raised the Babri Masjid issue saying it hopes that while taking any decision in the matter, the feelings of Indian Muslims would be respected.

It said that India's attempt to block the flows of rivers will be seen as an "aggressive action", a report in the Pakistani media said.

Pak likely to remain in FATF grey list: Think-tank Pak likely to remain in FATF grey list: Think-tank

New Delhi, Ahead of next week's Paris meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a Netherlands-based think-tank has said that despite the scathing indictment by the Asia Pacific Group (APG), Pakistan is likely to remain on FATF's grey list.

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