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    Port Grand Karachi, Pakistan, built on the older reclaimed port bridge

    Port Grand Karachi, a beautiful food street at the sea. Port Grand is one of the finest developments that celebrates the city of Karachi with diverse concepts in food, art, leisure, entertainment, adventure, fun and shopping, A cultural hub on Pakistan’s Seaport, celebrations at Port Grand...
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    MY FIRST DAY IN ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN, A girl from Bhutan in Pakistan

    MY FIRST DAY IN ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN
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    Toyota Indus Motors, Pakistan | Toyota Factory Tour | PakWheels

    Gaari Kaisy Banti Hai? | Toyota Factory Tour | PakWheels
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    Beautiful Punjab,Toba Tek Singh Punjab Village Tour Pakistan Aerial View - Expedition Pakistan

    Toba Tek Singh Punjab Village Tour Pakistan Aerial View - Expedition Pakistan
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    India: On socio-economic indicators, Muslim youth fare worse than SCs and OBCs

    On socio-economic indicators, Muslim youth fare worse than SCs and OBCs The percentage of youth who are currently enrolled in educational institutions is the lowest among Muslims. Only 39% of the community in the age group of 15-24 are enrolled against 44% for SCs, 51% for Hindu OBCs and 59%...
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    South Punjab, Pakistan | Challenging my Boundaries, uplifting and motivational travel vlog by Rosie Gabrielle

    #ExplorePakistan #ChallengeYourBoundaries South PUNJAB, Pakistan | Challenging my BOUNDARIES
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    India's Claim about Decline in Population of Hindus in Pakistan 'Incorrect', Says Pak Foreign Office, the most oft repeated lie of Indian govt.

    India's Claim about Decline in Population of Hindus in Pakistan 'Incorrect', Says Pak Foreign Office It said that India quoted the 1941 Census data but 'deliberately and mischievously' omitted references to two major subsequent developments, including mass migration during the partition and...
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    After Covid-19, 'black fungus' robs many in India of their eyesight

    After Covid-19, 'black fungus' robs many in India of their eyesight ReutersPublished July 1, 2021 - Updated about 2 hours ago Facebook Count Twitter Share 1 Patients suffering from mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, are seen inside a hospital ward in Ahmedabad, India, June 25. —...
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    16 Pakistani Universities Named in Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings 2021 out of top 300

    16 Pakistani Universities Named in Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings 2021 Posted 4 weeks ago by Haroon Hayder In an encouraging development, 16 Pakistani universities have made it to the Times Higher Education (THE) Asia University Rankings 2021. According to details...
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    450 Indians stranded in Pakistan due to Covid curbs return home

    450 Indians stranded in Pakistan due to Covid curbs return home The Newspaper's Staff ReporterPublished June 29, 2021 - Updated about 2 hours ago Facebook Count Twitter Share 3 Pakistani prisoner, Mohammad Ramzan, who was arrested for entering India illegally in 2017, prepares to cross the...
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    MULTAN FOOD FESTIVAL / OLDEST BAKERY IN MULTAN / PAKISTAN FOOD VLOG

    MULTAN CITY MULTAN FOOD FESTIVAL / OLDEST BAKERY IN MULTAN / PAKISTAN FOOD VLOG
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    Originality is valued and not copy, the absurdity of 'enlightened moderation'-PM IK

    #PM ImranKhan #NASSF #ISPR PM Imran Khan addresses National Amateur Short Film Festival
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    Some powers desire to keep sword of FATF hanging over Pakistan: F.M Qureshi

    Some powers desire to keep sword of FATF hanging over Pakistan: Qureshi Dawn.comPublished June 26, 2021 - Updated about 4 hours ago Facebook Count Twitter Share Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said it needed to be looked into whether FATF was "being used for political purposes". —...
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    2,500 injected with fake vaccine in India

    2,500 injected with fake vaccine in India AFPPublished June 26, 2021 - Updated about 8 hours ago Facebook Count Twitter Share 15 Police in Mumbai said that around 2,000 people who thought they were being vaccinated were in fact injected with a saline solution. — AP/File MUMBAI: Indian...
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    No recognition if Taliban take Kabul by force, warns US

    No recognition if Taliban take Kabul by force, warns US Anwar IqbalPublished June 24, 2021 - Updated about 9 hours ago Facebook Count Twitter Share 42 State Department spokesperson Ned Price also indicated that US financial assistance to Afghanistan could only continue if the country has a...
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    Manure hunt underway in India after thieves steal cow dung-DAWN

    Manure hunt underway in India after thieves steal cow dung AFPPublished June 23, 2021 - Updated about 22 hours ago Facebook Count Twitter Share 44 A woman makes cow dung cakes at Bahlolpur village in the northern Indian state of Punjab in this file photo. — Reuters A massive manhunt is...
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    IAEA awards Pakistani nuclear institution, scientists

    IAEA awards Pakistani nuclear institution, scientists Dawn.comPublished June 24, 2021 - Updated 29 minutes ago Facebook Count Twitter Share The logo of the International Atomic Energy Agency is seen at their headquarters. — Reuters/File The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and...
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    Review: AIR SIAL A320 - PAKISTAN'S NEW SUPER AIRLINE? Josh Cahill

    KARACHI Review: AIR SIAL A320 - PAKISTAN'S NEW SUPER AIRLINE?
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    China mocks G-7 and west, 'the last supper' redone...India shown as an uninvited stranger

    #COVID19 #China #India China Mocks India Covid Deaths and G7 in Controversial Cartoon To see the minute details in caricature, see the video full screen...
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    Modi’s movies, from Bollywood to Godiwood...

    Modi’s movies Rafia ZakariaPublished June 16, 2021 - Updated about 4 hours ago Facebook Count Twitter Share 18 The writer is an attorney teaching constitutional law and political philosophy. THE world knows India through its movies. For more than a century, most of South Asia has been...

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