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گڈ بائے مسٹر چپس

طاہر حسنی مجھے یاد پڑتا ہے کہ انٹرمیڈیٹ کے پورے دو سالہ ٹینشن بھرے دور میں صرف ایک کتاب جو لبوں پہ مسکراہٹ لاتی تھی اور ماحول کو قدرے قابل برداشت بناتی تھی وہ تھی “گڈبائے مسٹر چپس” – وگرنہ “ویکٹر کے افقی اجزا میں تحلیل” اور “کاربن کی بہروپیت” …

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لاپتہ افراد سے متعلق کمیشن آج سے کوئٹہ میں سماعت شروع کرے گی

کوئٹہ: حکومت کی جانب سے لاپتہ افراد کی بازیابی کیلئے قائم کمیشن آج سے کوئٹہ میں کام شروع کرے گا۔ کمیشن چھ روز کے دوران71لاپتہ افراد کے کیسز کی سماعت کرے گا ،محکمہ داخلہ کے مطابق لاپتہ افراد کی بازیابی کیلئے قائم کمیشن کی سربراہی بلوچستان ہائی کورٹ کے ریٹائرڈ …

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Balochistan: Pakistan’s land of mass graves

Quetta, a few days ago. In the Dasht Tera Mil area, volunteers of the Edhi Foundation buried twelve dead bodies without any identification. The bodies were decomposed beyond recognition and no DNA test had been done on them by the authorities. According to the volunteers, it is not the first …

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پاکستانی میں فوجی عدلتوں کی مدت ختم، مقدمات کا کام رک گیا

اسلام آباد —  پاکستان میں فوجی عدالتوں کو عام شہریوں کے خلاف مقدمات سننے کے اختیار کی دو سالہ آئینی مدت مکمل ہو گئی ہے اور حکومتی خواہش کے باوجود مدت میں مزید توسیع نہ ہو سکنے کے باعث ان خصوصی عدالتوں میں مقدمات کی سماعت کا کام رک گیا …

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Three federal ministers of Pakistan are close aides of terrorists, alleges Bilawal

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party Co-Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari alleged on Saturday that at least three federal ministers are close aides of terrorists. “As many as three federal ministers are close aides of terrorists. Rather than taking away their cabinet ministries, the government recently appointed one like them,” the PPP chairman …

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Japanese Refiners Halt Iran Oil Imports as Waiver Nears End

TOKYO —  Japanese refineries have put a halt on imports of Iranian oil after buying 15.3 million barrels between January and March ahead of the end of a temporary waiver on U.S. sanctions, according to industry sources and data on Refinitiv Eikon. The waiver, which allowed Japan to buy some …

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Explosion, Taliban attacks kill dozens across Afghanistan

Four students were killed in an explosion in Ghazni, while at least 25 security forces died in separate attacks. More than 30 people, including civilians and security forces, have been killed in separate Talibanattacks on security checkpoints across Afghanistan, officials have said. Four students were killed in an explosion, probably caused by a …

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Muzzling critical voices

IT would be comical — if it weren’t for the fact that it so perfectly encapsulates how shrunken the space for free speech and expression in Pakistan now truly is. More alarming still is the seeming enthusiasm of civil authorities to take a page out of the fascist’s playbook to …

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World Bank suspends water resource development project for Balochistan

ISLAMABAD: The World Bank on Friday suspended the Integrated Water Resources Management and Development project for Balochistan over lack of progress in management and funds disbursement.  In a statement, the WB offered to work with the Baloch­istan government over the next 30 days to restructure the scope and governance arrangements …

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The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) and its partners, submit a joint report to the United Nations (UN) as part of the UN Universal Periodic Review of human rights in Iran

On Thursday 28 March 2019, UNPO submitted a report along with Ahwaz Human Rights Organization, Balochistan Human Rights Group, Komala Party of Iranian Kurdistan and Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan for the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) procedure at the Human Rights Council in the UN.  The report was prepared in …

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