India: Video Surfaces Claiming to Show Soldier ‘Manhandling’ Anti-Modi Voter

A video disseminated this week by the former chief minister of the disputed New Delhi-administered Kashmir region purportedly shows an Indian Border Security Force (BSF) commander manhandling a local man for refusing to cast a vote for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Indian election parties hit by TV and funding clampdown

Pakistan Cracks Down on U.S.-Based, Christian Charities

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s administration is kicking out 18 international charities based in the United States and Europe after refusing their final appeal to remain in the country, the latest move in a “systematic crackdown” on non-governmental organizations (NGOs) operating in the nation, the Associated Press (AP) reported on Thursday.

Trump letter to Imran Khan seeks Pakistan's help in Afghanistan

Pakistan Welcomes Trump’s Approach to Ending Afghan War

Pakistan this week welcomed U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to make political reconciliation between the Afghan Taliban and Kabul the primary goal of America’s strategy to end the more than 17-year-old war in Afghanistan.

WASHINGTON, USA - SEPTEMBER 9: Candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination Donald Trump waits to speak at a rally held by the Tea Party at the United States Capitol to speak out against President Obama's nuclear agreement with Iran in Washington, USA on September 9, 2015. (Photo by Samuel Corum/Anadolu …

World View: Pakistan Government Totally Capitulates to Hardline Islamist Mob

Contents: Pakistan government totally capitulates to hardline Islamist TLYRAP Barelvi sect mob; Tehreek-e-Labbaik Ya Rasool Allah of Pakistan (TLYR or TLYRAP) has roots in Barelvi sect and murder of Salman Taseer; North Korea ballistic missiles threaten ‘everywhere in the world’

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Pakistan Denounces BRICS Condemnation of Islamabad-Linked Terror Groups

Pakistan has rebuked a declaration by the BRICS nations, supported the Muslim-majority country’s ally China, that denounces Islamabad-affiliated terrorist groups as a threat, bringing the alliance of deveoloping countries closer in line with positions of the United States and its allies.

Afghan Border Police personnel keep watch during an ongoing battle between Pakistani and Afghan Border forces near the Durand line at Spin Boldak, in southern Kandahar province on May 5, 2017. Pakistani and Afghan officials have accused each other of killing civilians after gunfire erupted near a major border crossing …

Pakistan: Thousand-Strong Muslim Mob Rallies in Support of Jihadi Murderer

Thousands of extremists in Muslim-majority Pakistan took to the streets in defiance of a ban on protests to rally in support of a man executed for killing a governor, who called to change the country’s strict blasphemy laws that primarily target Christians and other minority groups.

Supporters of executed Islamist Mumtaz Qadri sit-in during an anti-government protest in front of the parliament building in Islamabad on March 28, 2016. Thousands of supporters of an executed Islamist assassin were holding a sit-in in Islamabad on March 28, after submitting a list of demands including the execution of …

China Expands Influence in Pakistan by Flooding Markets with Knockoff Goods

The 2007 free trade agreement (FTA) between the People’s Republic of China and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan continues to favor the communist country, fueling its penetrating influence over its Muslim-majority neighbor, reveals a detailed analysis by current affairs magazine the Herald.

A Pakistani customer looks in a mirror as he shops for a pair of sun glasses at a vendor at the roadside in Islamabad, Pakistan, Wednesday, March 9, 2016. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash)

Pakistan Bans Valentine’s Day as ‘Insult to Islam’

Pakistani Minister for the Interior Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has ordered a ban on Valentine’s Day for the capital city of Islamabad, promising “strict action” against anyone caught engaged in outward celebration of the festivity.


Pakistani Man Kills Sister For Voting

An angry brother shot his elder sister dead because she voted in Pakistani local elections after he tried to forbid her from doing so, police said Wednesday. The murder occurred in the town of Taxila 25 kilometres (15 miles) west

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Report: Saudi Arabia To Buy Nukes From Pakistan

After becoming increasingly fearful of a nuclear-armed Iran, reports have stated that Saudi Arabia intends on purchasing nuclear weapons from Pakistan, following a week where some of the Kingdom’s high-ranking officials attended a Gulf summit organized by U.S. President Barack Obama.