'This is cruelty': Survivors of Indian shelling on passenger bus recall frightening encounter
ABRAR HAIDER — UPDATED about an hour ago
The passenger bus that was targeted by Indian troops. ─ Photo by author.
Raja Ghulam, the driver of a passenger bus targeted by Indian troops near the Line of Control on Wednesday, showed immense bravery and presence of mind as his coaster was hit by Indian shelling and despite...
The type of stress and anxiety that civilians have been dealing with for over 2 months
1947: The Last Letter
At the peak of 1947 Jammu Massacre, a 17-year old bride in Bhaderwah was waiting for her professor husband with their midnight summer’s child in lap that two letters came. For Tahira Sultana, now widowed and retired....
With Love, From Turkey
Published inHilal English
Written By: Zainab Javed
In a global discourse, Pak-Turk relations have become a popular narrative, especially across social media. As recognized years ago by our founders, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and Mohammad Ali Jinnah, Turkey and Pakistan complement each other’s national policies and ideologies and in recent times they have shown great sympathy and support for one another. Both nations have...
After ceasefire violations by the Indian army last night, Pakistani forces are giving a befitting response,
Unconfirmed reports suggest 1 Indian Captain, 2 Majors and 28 Indian soldiers killed in retaliatory fire.
Gwadar Port opening on Sunday
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By Hanif Khalid
November 10, 2016
Print : National
ISLAMABAD: The civil and military leadership of China and Pakistan will open international port at Gwadar on Sunday. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif will see off Chinese containers leaving for Africa.
Heads of the armed forces, diplomats, chief...
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