'I don't want to go back, India is good', says boy from PoK who was arrested last year for crossing border A 16-year-old boy from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) who was arrested last year for crossing International Border along the Line of Control (LoC), has expressed his desire to stay in India. DNA 26 minutes ago
What direction will Pakistan's foreign policy take after July 25? Pakistan faces severe challenges in its relations with the US, Afghanistan and India. Al Jazeera 53 minutes ago
Pak Intruder Shot Dead By BSF At International Border
A Pakistani intruder, believed to be a guide of terrorists, was shot dead by Border Security Force (BSF) personnel along the International Border in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday.
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Islamists push religion to fore in Pakistan poll
A bumper crop of ultra-Islamist groups are contesting this week's Pakistan election, with the potential to reshape the political landscape of the nuclear-armed Muslim country of 208 million people...
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South Asia Focus (Weekly Program) - Jul 22 , 2018
This week’s episode focuses on, Pakistan’s general elections which are just round the corner and various political parties have been campaigning extensively to emerge victor in the same,..
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How much does it cost to hold elections in Pakistan? Billions and billions of dollars Pakistan has seen a massive rise in election-related expenditure in recent years although to track every expense is nearly impossible. Zee News 2 hours ago
'Ashwin and Jadeja can also bat': Sachin Tendulkar weighs in on the Kuldeep debate Batting great Sachin Tendulkar has backed Kuldeep Yadav's inclusion in India's five-Test series against England, saying the tricky left-arm wristspinner could prove quite a handful against Joe Root and.. DNA 2 hours ago Rare secular candidate in Pakistan hounded by angry mobs It began with a audience members asking Pakistani parliamentary candidate Jibran Nasir to declare his religion at a public forum, a request he politely refused on the grounds it is irrelevant. Reuters India 2 hours ago Also reported by • Reuters
Religious minorities to boycott Pakistan polls Even as political parties in Pakistan busied themselves with the last day of campaigning on Monday, minority groups are all set to boycott the elections alleging non-inclusion in the electoral process,.. Sify 2 hours ago
Slain PTI candidate laid to rest Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) candidate Ikramullah Gandapur was laid to rest in his hometown Kulachi in Dera Ismail Khan on Monday, a day after he was killed in a suicide attack. Sify 2 hours ago
Pakistan Army crushes country's judiciary, media to favour Imran Khan's election bid as world watches The Pakitan Army is obviously perturbed that its carefully crafted mission with the Pakistan higher judiciary to remove any chances of a Nawaz Sharif's return to the political scene, has some.. Firstpost 2 hours ago What Is at Stake in Pakistan’s Election? In a general election on Wednesday, an incumbent party whose leader is in prison faces a rising party led by a former cricket player. NYTimes.com 3 hours ago
Pakistan elections 2018: Country's EC outlines actions that would deem vote invalid Pakistan will vote for its next government on July 25 and all eyes are on the country's election commission. Zee News 4 hours ago
Pakistan election 2018: How bulk voting denies democratic rights to up to 60% of Pakistanis Landowners and local leaders promise their villagers' votes to a candidate in bulk - and trying to resist can come at a very heavy price Independent 4 hours ago
Roiled by Military Intervention, Karachi Voters Push for Change Voters in Karachi, a microcosm of Pakistan, are fed up with the inscrutability of security forces, creating a movement that has spread nationally. NYTimes.com 4 hours ago
Pakistan election: Islamist parties benefit from political polarization While local and international media have been focusing on the tug-of-war between former PM Sharif and Pakistan's military, extremist parties are gaining strength in Punjab province. Shamil Shams.. Deutsche Welle 4 hours ago ISI asked Chief Justice of Pakistan to ensure Nawaz Sharif stays in jail till election: Islamabad HC judge Speaking at the Rawalpindi Bar Association, Islamabad High Court's Justice Shaukat Siddiqui openly lashed out at the ISI for "controlling" the judiciary and media. Firstpost 4 hours ago
Pakistan polls: 125 trans people to work as observers at polling stations during 25 July elections The trans people poll observers will be deployed in Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi and Quetta, the Express Tribune reported on Monday. Firstpost 4 hours ago 'CPEC projects in Pak hit due to financial crisis' The CPEC is the flagship project of China's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and includes a maze of roads and port projects. Once completed, it aims to connect China's largest province Xinjiang.. IndiaTimes 4 hours ago
Karachi's Kathak Dancers Death threats couldn't dampen Sheema Kermani's resolve; she has inspired women across Pakistan for the past 35 years. Al Jazeera 4 hours ago Pakistan elections: Expats in UAE travel home to cast votes Pakistanis are preparing to vote in a general election on July 25. Khaleej Times 5 hours ago