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Fact Check: BBC Urdu Must Rectify Its Stance Regarding Minorities In Pakistan

My name is Mahesh Kochra and I am a resident of Karachi’s Lyari neighborhood. Recently a BBC Urdu video went viral depicting a handful of Hindus complaining of ‘injustices’ faced by the Hindu community in Pakistan. The individuals in the video pointed out towards books and contended that the Pakistani curriculum comprises of anti-Hindu content. Hindu boys and girls who appeared in the view, seemed well…

Ramazan 2021: Ruet-e-Hilal Committee scheduled to meet on Tuesday for moon sighting

Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee is set to meet on April 13th Tuesday (tomorrow) for Ramazan moon sighting. The central Ruet-e-Hilal committee’s meeting will be held in Peshawar, and will primarily focus on creating a consensus regarding Ramazan 2021 moon sighting. The meeting is also expected to be attended by Mufti Sahabuddin Popalzai – a local cleric and head of Reut-e-Hilal committee head along with officials…

Resurgence Of Maoist Rebels In India

India is a state whose existence is based on inequality, exploitation and is practically ruled by the ‘law of the jungle’. In India, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians are subjected to discrimination and subjugation, whereas on the other hand, ethnic and linguistic minorities are also not safe from unfavourable social circumstances. Low-caste Hindus are also exploited and discriminated against by those belonging from the…

Karachi’s Traffic Woes And Their Solution

Traffic problems are common in metropolitan cities such as Karachi and Lahore due to increased numbers of vehicles in contrast with the insufficient road infrastructure. Traffic is a main source of pollution the horns of the cars produce noise pollution, the gases coming out of the cars produce air pollution etc. To escape the situation people, live in villages, valleys etc. to live a peaceful life, but the…

India Must Pay: 127 Indian Muslims ‘illegally’ incarcerated for 19 years

Actor Muhammad Ali’s (late) services for Pakistan’s cinema holds distinctive value as he showcased his acting skills by starring in innumerable movies. He was given the title of ‘Shehenshah-e-jazbaat’ for his unmatched acting skills. A particular part of his movie ‘Insaan Aur Aadmi’ is quite famous in which his character is seen arguing with a court judge and demands to be compensated for the 25 years he had spent…

India – Afghanistan’s ‘Hidden’ Enemy

It is an established fact, that bilateral and international relations between countries are not based on mere ‘friendship’ and mutual liking for one another. A closer look at the relation between Kabul’s US-supported rulers and India, ‘hypocrisy’ is the word that seems more suitable rather than ‘interest’. India ‘gifted’ COVID-19 vaccine to Afghanistan last month which was received by President Ashraf Ghani who