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Rahat Indori – Indian Urdu Poet dies after testing positive for COVID-19

Veteran Urdu poet from India Dr. Rahat Indori died at the age of 70, here on Tuesday. Rahat Indori died at a hospital in Indore in Madhya Pradesh. He had tested positive for coronavirus on Sunday. Sources from Sri Aurobindo Hospital, Indore said the poet suffered two heart attacks on Monday. Earlier he was tested positive for COVID-19 and was admitted in the hospital. Dr. Vinod Bhandari said he had 60%

Now that Modi’s fascism has come to light

The Ministry of Human Rights conducted a webinar to explore the Human Rights Crisis in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir, marking the one-year siege since the Government of India revoked Article 370 of the Indian Constitution, stripping the Muslim majority territory of Jammu & Kashmir of its autonomy.  The illegal occupation and annexation of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir has been

Youm-e-Istehsal: Timeline of Indian atrocities in the occupied Kashmir

Pakistan is observing the “Youm-e-Istehsal” express solidarity with the people of Indian illegally occupied Kashmir on the first anniversary of the revocation of article 370 from the valley, which previously granted special status to the disputed region. 27 Jul 19 India rushes in thousands of troops on the false claim that Hindu pilgrims face an immediate threat of a bomb attack. 2 Aug 19 The government

“Women of vehement out in the blacken IOK”

“We were scared to death. Sky seeming dark as we could move nowhere. We thought it would end soon, but a month, then 3 months and now almost a year. It feels like we have been confined to live under lockdown and only because we demand our land back, our rights back, and our Kashmir back". Fahmida, a brave Kashmiri lady, living under siege in IOK, shared her thoughts to a news media. She is a mother, a

Online sacrifice: Customers are still waiting for their meat

People who opted for online Qurbani in Karachi are still waiting for the delivery of their sacrificial meat on the evening of the third day of meat. According to the details, People who used different online services are complaining on social media that companies failed to deliver their order on scheduled time. Some customer also made complains that they receive rotten meat through delivery and once the

Islamic State attacks a prison in Jalalabad, 24 killed

Islamic State has struck on a state-owned prison in Jalalabad, Afghanistan on Monday left at least 24 people dead and dozens injured According to the details, the Islamic State (Daesh) claimed responsibility for the deadliest attack during the seize fire between the Kabul based Afghan government and the Afghan Taliban in respect of Eid-ul Adha. Sources said a huge car bomb explosion was followed by at least

KASHMIR II: EVERY SINEW BLEEDS, EVERY HEART BEATS

Samson Simon Sharaf Samson Simon Sharaf Abrogation of Article 370 and 35 A open legitimate options for China and Pakistan. But in a Realist Paradigm, it is only the stronger who exercises legality. With support from the North and West, India calculated it enjoyed overwhelming support and embarked on the Kashmir II adventure. As if its defeat at hands of China in Eastern Ladakh is no lesson, India will not

Karachi: Animal offals causes difficulty in breathing

Sindh government failed to collect animal offals from Karachi, remains at various dumping points, causes difficulty in breathing. According to details, citizens of Karachi are making animal sacrifice on the second day of Eid-ul-Adha, but the city government and the solid waste management authority of Sindh has been failed to collect the offals timely despite the orders of higher authorities. Meanwhile,

Dispose of animal offals properly to ensure precious lives: PAF

Pakistan Air Force has asked to dispose of offals and other remains of animals properly to ensure the safety of precious lives and national assets. According to the details, the directorate of Flight Safety, Pakistan Air Force has issued a public service message on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha as an awareness campaign for safe disposal of animal offals and remains. The message states that the carcasses and

Fisherman society calls for protest against the killing of Pakistani fisherman in India

Fisherman cooperative society has called for a protest against the killing of Pakistani fisherman in Indian custody. According to the details, Hafiz Abdul bar - chairman of Fisherman cooperative society has demanded international organizations to take notice of Indian brutality. Pertinent to mention, that Pakistani fisherman Abdul Karim Bhatti was tortured in Indian custody and succumbed to death on July 1,