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Pakistanis in Bengaluru got Aadhaar cards for Rs 100 each

The Central Crime Branch (CCB) has found that the three Pakistanis arrested last week along with an Indian for illegally staying in the city purchased Aadhaar cards for just Rs 300 from a middleman in Banashankari, south Bengaluru. Kirhon Ghulam Ali, 26, Khasif Shamshuddin, 30 and Samira Abdul Rehman, 25, natives of Karachi, and Muhammad

Two Pakistanis sentenced for shipping pharmaceuticals to US

Washington: Two Pakistani nationals have beensentenced by a US court for operating Internet sites that illegally shipped pharmaceuticals from Pakistan and the UK to customers in America. Sheikh Waseem Ul Haq, 43, and Tahir Saeed, 54, who operated the internet sites from 2005 to 2012, were arrested in London in October 2012. They were extradited

Pakistanis Ravanas’ to be burnt on this Dussehra

Amritsar: Punjab residents are wiping out their anger against Pakistan regarding the repeated terror attacks cross the border line in Kashmir. On the eve of Dussehra, Dussehra committee of Amritsar have prepared the effigies of Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif, Army chief Raheel Sharif and Hafiz Saeed to burn along with the Ravana on the occasion.

50 million Pakistanis suffering from mental disorders

Islamabad:  In Pakistan around 50 million people are suffering from common mental disorders. These afflict 15 to 35 million adults besides 20 million children, according to local media. “Approximately 20 million children, or 10 per cent of the population, in our country need attention from mental health practitioners,” said Dr Ayesha Mian, Chairperson of the

Over 80% Pakistanis drink contaminated water

Islamabad: More than 80 per cent Pakistanis consume contaminated and unsafe water, a top official said. Minister for Science and Technology Rana Tanveer told the Senate on Tuesday said the Pakistan Council for Research in Water Resources (PCRWR) had conducted various water quality monitoring projects in the country and said 69 per cent to 82

Around 400 Pakistanis stranded in Saudi Arabia

Islamabad: About 400 Pakistanis have been stranded for four months in Saudi Arabia’s Samishi camp after their companies stopped paying salaries, a returnee has said. Mohammad Tanveer, speaking to Dawn News over the phone, narrated his experience of being stuck with around 400 Pakistanis in the camp, at times without food and water. “There were around