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Pakistan releases 10 indian prisoners inlcuding 7 Fiishermen #goodnews

Yudhvir Rana, TNN AMRITSAR: Pakistan government has released 10 Indian prisoners including 7 fishermen from Karachi‘s Landhi jail and from other jails of Punjab on Thursday. The released prisoners would reach Wagah(Pakistan) border on Friday from where they will be… Continue Reading →

#Pakistan-Jinnah wanted ‘Mussalmans’ to enter film industry #Sundayreading

By Tughral Yamin / Photo: Tughral Yamin Published: January 20, 2013 KARACHI:  Where successive Pakistani governments have subjected the country’s once prosperous film industry to official neglect, a recently discovered letter penned by Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah reveals the country’s founder gave seminal… Continue Reading →

Deadly savings US corporations risk foreign workers’ lives — then evade blame

  By Priyanka Borpujari |  GLOBE CORRESPONDENT  JANUARY 02, 2013 AFP/GETTY IMAGES A Bangladeshi Army soldier walked through rows of burnt sewing machines after a November factory fire killed 112 workers. AT 4:45 p.m. on March 25, 2011, hundreds of bells… Continue Reading →

#RIP- Iqbal Haider was a voice of voiceless people # Obituary

  Agencies and Jatin Desai Former Law Minister, and co-chairman of Human Rights Commission of Pakistan Iqbal Haider passed away on Sunday in a local hospital here in Karachi. He was suffering from lungs ailment. His funeral prayer will be… Continue Reading →

A slice of Bihar in Karachi #indopak

Sameer Arshad and Tnn | November 10, 2012, Times Crest Few know that Pakistan has an impressive number of migrants from Bihar who have hung on to their cultural identity for decades. Punjabi folk singers lined the road, performed bhangra to dhol beats to… Continue Reading →

Ailing boy among 7 Indian fishermen released #India #Pakistan #Goodnews

October 25, 2012 by Shazia Hasan, Dawn KARACHI, Oct 24: “I am not a fisherman. I was never meant to be here,” said 17-year-old Kishan Babu before being released from the Malir district prison here on Wednesday. The young Indian… Continue Reading →

Why do India and Pakistan treat their fishermen like fish?

Last updated on: October 01, 2012 , rediff.com   *When a security force finds the vessel of another country within its maritime borders — with no “objectionable materials apart from a large cache of fish” — why can’t they simply ask the… Continue Reading →

Indo-Pak Peoples Cooperation Restores Hearing of a Child- Are the Governments Listening?

Pakistani child gets healing touch in India HYDERABAD, September 19, 2012, The Hindu Pakistani child gets healing touch in India V. GEETANATH On a political level, they may fight tooth and nail, but on a personal level, people from India… Continue Reading →

Mumbai, Karachi press clubs for liberalized media visas

  KARACHI: The Press Club, Mumbai and Karachi Press Club have welcomed the scheduled meeting between Indian External Affairs Minister, S M Krishna, and Foreign Minister, Hina Rabbani Khar, to be held in Islamabadon September 7-9, 2012.In a joint statement… Continue Reading →

Editor of Pakistani English newspaper beaten up for watching TV #intolerance

  PTI | Sep 3, 2012, 06.18AM IST ISLAMABAD: An editor of one of Pakistan‘s leading English dailies was beaten up by four men outside his home in the port city of Karachi for watching TV and listening to music. Though the… Continue Reading →

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