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Imtiaz Ahmad

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Past articles by Imtiaz:

Pak anti-terror court jails Mumbai attack mastermind Lakhvi

The hearing and sentencing concluded in just few hours after the Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist was produced before court for the first time since his arrest on January 2. → Read More

‘Restore temple in 2 weeks’: Pak SC

Pakistan’s chief justice Gulzar Ahmed, who had taken suo motu notice of the attack, gave the ruling after minority lawmaker Ramesh Kumar briefed him about the temple being vandalised during their meeting in Karachi last week. → Read More

Restore vandalised temple in two weeks: Pak SC tells KP’s provincial govt

A Hindu temple was vandalised and set ablaze by hundreds of people in Teri village, Karak district, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, on December 30, 2020 → Read More

Gunmen kill 11 Hazara coal miners in Pakistan

The men were abducted at gunpoint and taken to a secluded area where they were attacked, according to various accounts. It is believed they were kidnapped from their hostel located near a mine where they worked → Read More

Pak court halts controversial plan to fortify Gwadar with fencing

Gwadar has seen attacks on Chinese nationals and security forces. Some of the attacks have come from Baloch nationalist insurgents, who during the last three years have carried out at least five major terror strikes in the area → Read More

Hindu temple in Pakistan vandalised, set on fire

The Shri Paramhans Ji Maharaj’s Samadhi along with the Krishna Dwara Mandir in Teri village of Karak district was vandalised by the mob that claimed the temple had encroached on extra land. → Read More

Daniel Pearl case: Pakistani court orders immediate release of terrorist Omar Saeed Sheikh

He is one of the three terrorists freed by India in 1999 in exchange for the passengers of a hijacked airliner, declaring his detention in connection with the abduction and murder of journalist Daniel Pearl null and void → Read More

Pak oppn lawmakers to quit en masse, threatens joint alliance

Such a move could put the Imran Khan government on the defensive as there are widespread allegations of illegality in the mandate of the present government. → Read More

At UN Covid meet, cash-strapped Pak PM seeks debt relief

Addressing a session of the United Nations General Assembly on the response to the pandemic, Imran Khan pleaded on behalf of the developing countries for financial respite. → Read More

Pakistan tries to brush off OIC snub on not discussing Kashmir issue

The OIC statements, both in English and Arabic, issued for Friday’s Council of Foreign Ministers meeting in Niamey, capital of Niger, made no mention of Kashmir in the agenda announced in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia which is currently leading the grouping. → Read More

Kashmir not on OIC meet agenda, in apparent snub to Pakistan

In August, Pakistan foreign minister Qureshi had asked the OIC to “stop dilly-dallying” on the convening of a meeting of its Council of Foreign Ministers on Kashmir, angering the OIC’s Saudi leadership. → Read More

Pak to bring all spy agencies under ISI chief in sign of military’s tightening grip

Most democratically elected prime ministers have relied more on the civilian run Intelligence Bureau, with the exception of the present PM Imran Khan. → Read More

Pakistani cleric Khadim Hussain Rizvi dies at 54

Days after signing an agreement with the Pakistan government and calling off a sit-in of his party supporters that had blocked an important junction between Islamabad and Rawalpindi, the chief of the Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) party died in Lahore → Read More

US embassy in soup over retweet of Pak leader’s post targeting Imran Khan

The US embassy account on Tuesday retweeted a post by a PML-N lawmaker attacking PM Imran Khan, leading to the hashtag #ApologiseUS_Embassy trending on Twitter. → Read More

On Kartarpur anniversary, Pak says India yet to reopen its side of corridor

The Pakistan foreign office statement on Monday came days after India’s protest against Islamabad’s decision to hand over management of Durbar Sahib Gurdwara in Kartarpur to a body without any Sikh representatives. → Read More

Pakistan sees red at PM Modi’s remarks on Pulwama terror attack

The foreign ministry statement was in reaction to Modi’s remarks that the truth behind the 2019 attack has been revealed after claims made in Pakistan’s National Assembly. → Read More

‘Guss ke maara’: Minister admits Pakistan’s role in Pulwama attack

“The victory in Pulwama is a victory for the people of Pakistan under the leadership of Imran Khan,” says science and technology minister. → Read More

Pak opposes changes to India’s land ownership laws in J&K

The Pakistan foreign office termed changes to the law a “highly condemnable Indian action and yet another clear violation of the UN Security Council resolutions, bilateral agreements between Pakistan and India, and international law.” → Read More

Blast in Pak madrassa kills 7, injures 80

A video shared by police showed the madrassa’s religious scholar addressing students, when a huge blast ripped through the hall, knocking over the camera. → Read More

Imran Khan drags India into his letter to Facebook opposing Islamophobia

Marginalisation of any community leads to extremism, said the Pakistani PM, adding this is “something the world does not need.” → Read More