Minor Hindu girls forcefully being converted to Islam in Pakistan

Minor Hindu girls forcefully being converted to Islam in Pakistan

Muhammad Ali Jinnah's idea of Pakistan to project it as secular Muslim majority state lost its meaning ever since it failed to protect the minorities in its contours. The Hindu minority in Pakistan is today living in constant threat and their plight often goes unheeded, a report stated.

Five security personnel killed in blast in Pakistan

Five security personnel killed in blast in Pakistan

At least five security personnel were killed and two others sustained injuries in a road-side bomb targeting a convoy of security forces in Marget area of Quetta on Monday.

Tarek Fatah trolls Congress leader Meem Afzal; says 'my forefathers were Indians', targets Sonia's ancestry

Tarek Fatah trolls Congress leader Meem Afzal; says 'my forefathers were Indians', targets Sonia's ancestry

Known for his criticism of Pakistan's double standards, author and columnist Tarek Fatah on Friday trolled Congress leader Meem Afzal when the latter accused him of being disloyal towards his own country.

Stranded Pakistan Hindu woman to return home after nearly 2 years

With all decks cleared for her return, an elderly Hindu woman from Pakistan, who had been stranded in India for nearly two years along with her son and sister-in-law, will finally go back home after she boards the Karachi-bound Thar Express post midnight.

Over 8,500 killed in Pakistan due to terrorism in five years: Govt

Over 8,500 civilians and security personnel have been killed in Pakistan due to terrorism in the last five years, according to the Interior Ministry.

Pakistan's Sindh has characteristics of an independent state: US Congressional report

Pakistan's Sindh has characteristics of an independent state: US Congressional report

Pakistan's Sindh always possessed characteristics of a "viable independent state", but its role as Punjab's conduit to the sea may be the ultimate reason that successful separatism could not yield results, a first-ever US Congressional report on the strategic province has said.

Suicide bombing at Shia procession kills 22 in Pakistan

At least 22 people, including four children, were killed and 40 others injured on Friday in a suicide attack on a Muharram procession by minority Shias in Pakistan's Sindh province, a day after 12 people were killed when a suicide bomber blew himself up at a Shia shrine in Balochistan.

Hindu community lives in constant fear in Pakistan: US lawmakers

Hindu community lives in constant fear in Pakistan: US lawmakers

Influential American lawmakers have expressed concern over deterioration of human rights situation in particular those of the minority Hindus in Pakistan's Sindh province.

Two new polio cases reported in Pakistan

Two new polio cases were reported in Khyber Agency on Tuesday, taking the total number of registered cases in Pakistan this year to 32.

48 religious seminaries in Sindh have 'terror links': Police

 t least 48 religious seminaries in Pakistan's southern Sindh province have been found to have links with terrorists and banned outfits, police said on Wednesday.

Pakistan's MQM seeks Indian Mission's help to safeguard human rights in Karachi

Pakistan's MQM seeks Indian Mission's help to safeguard human rights in Karachi

In what may expose Pakistan's claims that it is fully committed to its citizens, MQM – a political party in Pakistan – has supposedly written some letters to the Indian High Commission, seeking help from the mission over human rights violations in the nation, particularly in Karachi, report claimed on Thursday.

Pakistan's court issues arrest warrant against MQM chief Altaf Hussain

An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan on Wednesday issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against MQM chief Altaf Hussain in connection with a case in which he is accused of threatening Pakistan Rangers in Sindh.

`The day is not far when no Hindu will be left in Pakistan`

`The day is not far when no Hindu will be left in Pakistan`

With kidnappings and forced conversions of teenage Hindu girls, abduction of Hindu traders for ransom, and desecration of temples, many Hindus have been forced to migrate to India and elsewhere from Pakistan.

Pak's Sindh braces for ''urban flooding'' after Met Office sounds alarm

Sindh`s provincial government in Pakistan has reportedly issued a rain alert, prodding the relief commissioner, deputy commissioners and health-related facilities and agencies to be prepared to meet any eventuality as the Met Office warned of the possibility of `urban flooding` because of monsoon rains.

Notorious Pak dacoit killed by police

One of the most wanted and feared dacoits in Pakistan's southern Sindh province has been killed by police, ending a reign of terror over the last two decades.

Five die in Pakistan heatwave

Five people have died due to a heatwave in Pakistan`s Sindh province, but authorities have lifted an emergency as the heatwave has waned, media reported on Friday.

Heat wave toll touches 1,242 in Karachi

 The devastating heat wave that struck Pakistan`s Sindh province is slowly subsiding but the toll has climbed to 1,242 with 32 deaths reported in Karachi on Saturday.

Over 550 die in Pakistan heatwave

Over 550 die in Pakistan heatwave

Over 550 people have died due to a relentless heatwave in Pakistan in the last two days, media reported on Tuesday.

Heatwave in Pakistan's Sindh province leaves 141 dead

At least 141 people, including 132 alone in capital Karachi, have died due to an intense ongoing heatwave sweeping across many parts of Pakistan's southern Sindh province.

Pak PM expresses resentment over power outages during Ramzan

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday expressed his resentment over power outages in Pakistan during Ramzan and ordered top officials to take "all steps" to address the issue that has provoked violent protests.