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Pak media blacks out death anniversaries of Pashtun leaders Bacha Khan and Wali Khan

*Islamabad [Pakistan], Jan.23 (ANI): The joint death anniversary of Khudai Khidmatgar Movement founder and Pashtun independence activist Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (1890-1988), popularly nicknamed Bacha..
ANI News

Pakistan Army, Sharif govt using Pashtun women as sex slaves, says activist

A Pashtun activist has accused Nawaz Sharif government of Pakistan of using Pashtun girls as sex slaves in Lahore in order to fund its terror camps in Swat and Waziristan.
India Today

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News video: Pakistan Army using Pashtun girls as sex workers: Separatist Pashtun leader

Pakistan Army using Pashtun girls as sex workers: Separatist Pashtun leader 01:36

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa/ New Delhi, Jan 14 (ANI): Umar Daud Khattak, a separatist Pashtun leader, has shockingly alleged that the Pakistan Army has abducted hundreds of Pashtun girls in Lahore and using..
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News video: Government divide widens between Afghan leaders

Government divide widens between Afghan leaders 01:02

Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani speaks during a news conference in Kabul, Afghanistan July 11, 2016. Divisions at the top of Afghanistan's government deepened on Tuesday after President Ashraf..
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News video: US General Says ISIS Wants An Afghanistan Caliphate

US General Says ISIS Wants An Afghanistan Caliphate 00:37

The United States' top commander says ISIS wants to establish a caliphate inside Afghanistan. General John Nicholson said foreign fighters, says Uzbeks from the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan are also..
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News video: Pakistani Pashtuns flee to Khost to save themselves from Pakistani army

Pakistani Pashtuns flee to Khost to save themselves from Pakistani army 02:25

Khost (Afghanistan), Oct 15 (ANI): Thousands of Pakistani Pashtuns fled to Khost in Afghanistan and sought shelter after Pakistani Army and Air Force carried out attacks on them. Targeted all of a..
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News video: Peace in Afghanistan - but at what price?

Peace in Afghanistan - but at what price? 01:34

Officials in Afghanistan have signed a peace agreement with a party led by one of the country’s most notorious Islamist warlords. The militant faction of Hezb-i-Islami, led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar,..
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Pakistan&#039;s regional languages face looming extinction

Around a hundred women have gathered in a community centre in Peshawar, the heart of Pakistan's fabled northwest -- but they are conversing in a dialect incomprehensible to the Pashtun ethnic group..
Zee News

Mumbai declared free of open defecation

mumbai declared free of open defecation
It may be unbelievable for most residents here, but the BMC has declared Mumbai, which has a population of more than 10 million, an open defecation free (ODF) city. The civic body has sent a letter..
Mid-Day

mid-day editorial: This NYE, don't be party to trouble

mid-day editorial: this nye, don't be party to trouble
As people prepare to usher in another year, we wish for 2017 to be filled with joy, laughter, and love. Nothing should ruin the peace and happiness of all those who believe in the mantra: live today,..
Mid-Day

Saudi recruiter of Mumbra ISIS man killed in Libya

Ali Al Shahiri, suspected member of the so-called Islamic State (IS) who allegedly brainwashed Mumbra youth Tabrez Tambe to join the terror group, is believed to have been killed in Libya, said sources..
Mid-Day

DNA Exclusive: First Indian al Qaeda fighter killed in Syria

Internationally designated terrorist group Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, formerly known as Jabhat al Nusrah, the affiliate of al Qaeda in Syria has publicly announced the first casualty of an Indian fighter..
DNA

Pakistan risks isolation by supporting terror: activists

*Pakistan faces the risk of global isolation because of widespread obscurantism, its support to extremism and disregard for human rights, according to prominent Pakistani intellectuals and rights..
Deccan Herald

Afghan leaders trade barbs as government splits widen | Reuters

KABUL Divisions at the top of Afghanistan's government deepened on Tuesday after President Ashraf Ghani was forced to reject accusations by his own vice president that he was favouring members of his..
Firstpost Also reported by •Reuters India

Flattered Pakistani chaiwala says working in films not honourable for a Pashtun

Pakistani tea vendor Arshad Khan, who became the country's hottest new celebrity when his photo went viral on the Internet, says he has no plans for an acting career - though he is flattered by the..
India Today

'He looked so vulnerable, being a tea-seller meant a lot to him and he didn't want to get sacked': Pakistani photographer Jiah Ali talks to MailOnline India about her famous picture of THAT blue-eyed chai-wallah

'he looked so vulnerable, being a tea-seller meant a lot to him and he didn't want to get sacked': pakistani photographer jiah ali talks to mailonline india about her famous picture of that blue-eyed chai-wallah
Arshad Khan, 18, a humble Pashtun tea-seller became an overnight star, with a modelling offer in his kitty, Jiah is elated that the picture is drawing parallels with iconic 'Afghan Girl' by Steve..
MailOnline India

Kabaddi World Cup 2016: Bangladesh thrash Australia by record margin

kabaddi world cup 2016: bangladesh thrash australia by record margin
*Ahmedabad:* Bangladesh produced a terrific performance, creating a flurry of records to crush Australia 80-8 in a league tie of the Kabaddi World Cup at the TransStadia here on Monday. The massive..
Mid-Day

Shahid Afridi to open up about 'rivalries and alliances' in his memoir coming out next year

Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi will come out next year with his autobiography in which he opens up about his "rivalries and alliances", particularly those with India, as well as his infatuation..
DNA

Pak's much glorified Operation "Zarb e Azb" victimizing Pashtuns not militants

*Geneva [Switzerland], Sept. 23 (ANI): The activists have said that Pakistan's Operation "Zarb-e-Azb", which was against militant groups, has destroyed the homes of the locals instead of terrorists and..
ANI News

Arms used by attackers bore Pakistani markings

*A top Indian Army officer on Sunday called up the Pakistan Army establishment to convey New Delhi's "serious concerns" on Pakistan-sponsored fidyaeen (suicidal) attack.* The arms and ammunition..
Deccan Herald


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