US announces sanctions against Myanmar’s military leaders

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Washington-- US President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced sanctions against military leaders in Myanmar. Biden said his administration was taking steps to prevent Myanmar's generals...

Modi’s vaccine promise to Canada breaks irritants: Indo-Canada Chamber

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By Gurmukh Singh Toronto-- The Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) and many other Indo-Canadian organisations have welcomed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modis promise to provide...

India urges Myanmar to uphold democracy after coup

New Delhi/Naypyidaw-- India on Monday expressed "deep concern" over the military coup in Myanmar which has been placed under a state of emergency for...

Washington suggests US trial for Omar Saeed acquitted by Pak court

By Arul Louis New York-- Expressing outrage at the Pakistan Supreme Court's decision to affirm the acquittal of Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, the key accused...

Pak emphasises need for closer engagement with US

Islamabad-- Pakistan has emphasised for closer engagement with the administration of new US President Joe Biden, a Foreign Office official said, adding Islamabad valued...

Pak SC orders release of Daniel Pearl murder accused

By Hamza Ameer Islamabad--The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Thursday rejected an appeal filed by the Sindh provincial government against the Sindh High Court's (SHC)...

Pak, India engage in heated debate at UNGA over minority rights

By Hamza Ameer Islamabad-- Pakistan and India engaged in a heated debate, filled with accusations against each other, over deteriorating minority rights in each other's...

Sangay hopes continued US support for Tibet

Dharamsala-- The democratically elected leader of the Tibetan people, Lobsang Sangay on Thursday expressed hope that the new US administration under the leadership of...

Peshawar to Pennsylvania, Pakistan targets minority Ahmadiyya community

By Ateet Sharma New Delhi-- In a move being described as "a new frontier" in persecution of Ahmadi Muslims, Pakistan has demanded that two Ahmadi...

Dhaka rubbishes Pompeo’s claim of ‘Al Qaeda attacks’ in B’desh

By Sumi Khan Dhaka-- US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's claim of "Al Qaeda attacks" in Bangladesh has elicited an angry response from Dhaka. A Bangladesh...
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