10 held for vandalising Hindu temples in Bangladesh’s Khulna

Dhaka-- The police have arrested 10 people in connection with a case of vandalism of four temples, several idols, six shops and some houses of...

India to carry out military drill with China and Pakistan

New Delhi--As India makes efforts to thwart threats at its borders from China and Pakistan, troops from the three countries are set to take...

Pak Hindu temple vandalized after minor gets bail

New Delhi/Islamabad-- A Hindu temple in Pakistan's Punjab province was reportedly vandalised by hundreds of people after a nine-year-old Hindu boy, who allegedly urinated at...

Noor Mukaddam murder sparks outrage in Pak over femicides

Islamabad-- Noor Mukaddam, the daughter of a former Pakistan diplomat, was brutally killed when she was at the house of her boyfriend Zahir Jaffer...

China trying to paint dark outlook for Indian economy

New Delhi-- In a scare-mongering exercise, the Chinese regime's mouthpiece is raising the spectre of a looming financial crisis for India Global Times warned regional governments...

India, Pakistan armies share sweets at Line of Control on Eid

New Delhi-- On the occasion of Eid, India and Pakistan armies held a flag meeting and exchanged sweets at the Line of Control in Jammu...

Pakistan encouraged Kashmir-centric terrorists to join Islamic State-Khorasan

New Delhi-- The banned Kashmir-centric terror organisation, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) was encouraged by Pakistan's spy agency ISI to join the Islamic State-Khorasan (IS-K) outfit, according to...

Pakistan Supreme Court stops demolition of Hindu dharamshala

Islamabad--The Pakistan Supreme Court has barred the Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) from demolishing a Hindu dharamshala in Karachi and leasing it out to...

Pakistani lawmaker demands Hindus to be called non-Muslims, not minority

Islamabad-- A Pakistani Member of the National Assembly (MNA) has submitted a bill and called on the House seeking to ensure that the countrys religious...

President of Tibetan govt in exile seeks dialogue with China

Kolkata-- The Tibetan Government-in-Exile (TGiE) will offer a "mutually beneficial" solution to the "Sino-Tibet conflict" through negotiated dialogue with China, its new Sikyong (President) Penpa...
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