Kartarpur corridor meeting: Five key demands

Maiden Kartarpur corridor meeting concluded March 14 with following key demands from India. First - Number of pilgrims: India: Initially the number of pilgrims allowed daily should be 5,000 and 15,000 on special occasions. Entry should be visa free. Pakistan: No commitment yet, the proposal was 500 pilgrims per day. Second - Days and

Mass shooting at mosque in New Zealand

Several people were killed when a gunman open fire at a crowd gathered for Friday prayers in a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand. According to local media, at-least six people were killed. Witnesses had reported seeing people bleeding at the Al Noor mosque, located in central Christchurch along Dean Avenue. Bangladesh cricket

Still out of bounds madrassa bombed by IAF

Reuters team was prevented from visiting the bombed site for third time citing security concerns. Pakistani official said that no visit would be possible for a few days more due to security issues. High-resolution satellite images reviewed by Reuters on Wednesday showed the madrasa appears to be standing, virtually unchanged from

US planning to end preferential trade status for India

US President Mr. Donald Trump had criticized India for unfair trade practices and called out India for high tariffs. He had threatened to impose "a reciprocal tax" to match the heavy duties that India imposes on goods imported from the United States. He had directed the US Trade Representative's (USTR) to

Pak Govt plans crackdown on militant outfits

Pakistan Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry while talking in DawnNews program Do Raaye told that the government had taken a firm decision that there would be a stern action against all militant groups. This, he said, was in accordance with the political consensus contained in the National Action Plan (NAP). According to

JeM chief Masood Azhar dead?

Is JeM chief Masood Azhar, who is suffering from liver cancer dead? News is floating around on social media that JeM chief Masood Azhar died. There is no official confirmation yet. According to the JeM, Azhar was alive and had dismissed rumors. Also as per family sources, Masood Azhar was

Two Indian-origin sisters killed in Australia

Melbourne, May 25 (PTI) Two Indian-origin sisters were killed when their car collided with a truck in north-east Australia. Anjumol, 23, and Asha Mathew, 18, were returning home when their car rammed into a truck at Peaks Crossing in Queensland on Monday. A missing complaint was lodged by their family friends Ranjeet

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