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Sandeep Singh's biopic 'Soorma' releases in Pakistan and Kuwait

Sandeep Singh’s biopic ‘Soorma’ releases in Pakistan and Kuwait

“Soorma“, Indian hockey player Sandeep Singh’s biopic, has hit theaters across Pakistan and Kuwait. The film stars Diljit Dosanjh as Singh, who was paralysed for two years but returned to the game and won accolades for the nation. “Soorma” has been cleared across all territories in Pakistan, acquiring 80 per cent of the screens there.

Sharif, Maryam provided 'B' class facilities in Adiala jail in Rawalpindi

Sharif, Maryam provided ‘B’ class facilities in Adiala jail in Rawalpindi

Sharif, Maryam provided ‘B’ class facilities in Adiala jail in Rawalpindi. Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam have spent their first night in the high-security Adiala Jail in Rawalpindi and the two VIP convicts were provided “B” class facilities, media reports said today, a day after their arrest. The National Accountability

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pak to file counter-memorial on July 17

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pak to file counter-memorial on July 17

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pakistan is expected to file a second counter-memorial in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on July 17, on the conviction of retired Indian naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was sentenced to death in April last year on charges of espionage and terrorism. Pakistan’s top attorney, Khawar Qureshi, had briefed caretaker Prime

Pakistan’s first Sikh police officer forcibly evicted from Lahore

Pakistan’s first-ever Sikh police officer, Gulab Singh, has claimed that the government wants to forcefully evict the Sikh community from the country. Singh’s claim came a day after he was manhandled and forcefully evicted from his house, along with his family. In an interview to ANI, Singh said, “Since 1947, my family has been staying

Jalalabad blast: ISI targeting Sikhs in Pakistan and Afghanistan

ISI targeting Sikhs in Pakistan and Afghanistan

Jalalabad blast: ISI targeting Sikhs in Pakistan and Afghanistan. A massive operation of ethnic cleansing of Sikhs from Pakistan is underway with the ISI systematically eliminating them from all across the country and in neighbouring Afghanistan. On Sunday, a group of Sikhs and Hindus, who were on their way to meet the country’s president in

108 migrants from Pakistan get Indian citizenship

108 migrants from Pakistan get Indian citizenship. A total of 108 migrants from Pakistan received Indian citizenship here in Rajasthan on Sunday. Jodhpur District collector Ravi Kumar Surpur distributed the citizenship certificates to the former Pakistanis. Most of these migrant-turned-Indian citizens were teary eyed when they got the certificates. The surroundings of the Town Hall

Extremist attacks force minority Sikhs to flee Peshawar

Extremist attacks force minority Sikhs to flee Peshawar.The minority Sikh community in Peshawar, Pakistan, is moving to other parts of the country following repeated attacks by Islamic fundamentalists. More than sixty percent of Peshawar’s 30,000 Sikhs have left for other parts of Pakistan or migrated to India after being forced to live under a constant

Two protesters injured in J&K gunfight

Pakistan violates ceasefire in Jammu, Samba

Pakistan violates ceasefire in Jammu, Samba. Pakistani rangers have violated ceasefire on the international border (IB) in Jammu and Samba districts. The Pakistani Army resorted to unprovoked firing at the Border Security Force outposts in Arnia, Ramgarh and Chamliyal areas of Jammu and Kashmir late on Sunday, the BSF sources said.“The firing started at 10

Pakistan releases ailing Indian prisoner

Pakistan releases ailing Indian prisoner. 21-year-old Jetindaera Arjanwara who was in a Pakistani jail since 2013 was released on Thursday. The Indian National who is a resident of Madhya Pradesh said he was happy to return. “‘I have TB and Cancer, I was treated in Pakistan’s jail, happy that I’m back,” he told ANI. Attari

Rename Dyal Singh College Sikhs Harsimrat Badal

Renaming Dyal Singh College will hurt Sikhs’ sentiments: Harsimrat Badal

Union Minister for Food Processing, Harsimrat Kaur Badal on Thursday downplayed the decision of the management of Dyal Singh College to rename the college as “Vande Mataram College“, adding that it would hurt the sentiments of the Sikh community. Speaking to ANI, Badal said, “I am totally shocked on what the chairman (Amitabh Sinha) and

Security personnel succumbs to injuries sustained in ceasefire violation

Security personnel succumbs to injuries sustained in ceasefire violation

Security personnel succumbs to injuries sustained in ceasefire violation. Havildar Charanjeet Singh, who sustained bullet injuries in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir on April 17, has succumbed to his injuries. Pakistan had resorted to unprovoked firing on Indian Army posts in Sunderbani sector on April 17. During the exchange of fire, Havildar

India Lodges 'Strong Protest' as Pakistan Prevents Sikh Pilgrims

India Lodges ‘Strong Protest’ as Pakistan Prevents Sikh Pilgrims from Meeting High Commissioner

India Lodges ‘Strong Protest’ as Pakistan Prevents Sikh Pilgrims from Meeting High Commissioner. India on Sunday lodged a strong protest with Pakistan after the country prevented visiting Sikh pilgrims from meeting Indian diplomats and “compelling” the Indian envoy to return while on way to a prominent gurudwara there.  The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said

Water level increases in canals as the water flow stopped to Pakistan

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh, April 6: Amid the news of water level going down hazardously in the Punjab, there is good news that water level of Bhakhra has gone up to 22.23 feet above. The main reason for this development is to stop the water flowing to Pakistan. In the rainy days, approximately 500 Cusic water

Pakistan to exhibit archives of Bhagat Singh case trial

Pakistan to exhibit archives of Bhagat Singh case trial

LAHORE: The Pakistan government will for the first time put on display the case file of the trial of legendary Indian freedom fighter Bhagat Singh among other historical documents here tomorrow. This was decided at a meeting of the Punjab government top bureaucrats, headed by chief secretary Zahid Saeed, which proclaimed the revolutionary Singh as “hero

PTI women activist Ayesha Gulalai

PTI women activists throw eggs, tomatoes at Ayesha Gulalai

 Incidents of attacking political leaders in Pakistan have been on the rise this month. Following the shoe throwing incident on former prime minister Nawaz Sharif during his visit to Jamia Naeemia seminary in Garhi Shahu on March 11. The ink-throwing incident on Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif during a Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) convention and another shoe throwing episode on

Vodafone, Nokia to deploy 4G network on the Moon by 2019

Vodafone, Nokia to deploy 4G network on the Moon by 2019

The moon will get its first mobile phone network next year – exactly half a century after Nasa astronaut Neil Armstrong first made his “giant leap for mankind”. This project will enable high-definition streaming from the lunar landscape back to earth, as it is part of a project to back the first privately funded moon mission.Vodafone

Pakistan doesn't want India to remain peaceful: BSF

Pakistan doesn’t want India to remain peaceful: BSF

Pakistan doesn’t want India to remain peaceful: BSF. In the wake of the continuous ceasefire violations in Jammu and Kashmir, the Border Security Force (BSF) on Thursday said that Pakistan restores to incessant firing across the border because they don’t want India to have a peaceful atmosphere. “Pakistan doesn’t want India to have a peaceful atmosphere. This is why they do such violations. There was

Pakistan troops violate ceasefire

Pakistan troops violate ceasefire in J&K’s Uri sector

The Pakistan Army on Thursday restored to unprovoked and indiscriminate firing in Jammu and Kashmir’s Charunda Urisector. As of now, no casualties or loss of property have been reported. Meanwhile, gunshots were heard in Kashmir’s Bandipora district. Search and cordon operation by security forces is underway. More details are awaited. (ANI)

Pakistan riskiest, Japan safest country to be born in

Pakistan riskiest, Japan safest country to be born in

Pakistan riskiest, Japan safest country to be born in. akistan is the riskiest country to be born in as it is home to the highest newborn mortality rates in the world, according to a UNICEF report released on Tuesday. UNICEF released a report examining the death rates of newborn babies during the first 28 days

Pakistan minor's killer

Pakistan minor’s killer gets four death sentences

A Pakistan court on Saturday gave a 24-year-old man four death sentences for raping and murdering six-year-old Zainab Amin last month. The verdict was announced at Lahore’s Central Jail, reports Dawn news. The court handed Imran Ali the four death penalties for kidnapping, raping and murdering Zainab, and for committing an act of terrorism.A separate life sentence,