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  • Facebook removes profile frame targeting Ahmadiyya community

    Facebook said on Wednesday it has removed a profile frame targeting Pakistan's Ahmadi community as the media giant continues to grapple with the proliferation of hate speech on the social network...

    The frame withdrawn by Facebook called for the death of the Ahmadis in Urdu and was widely shared in Pakistan...

  • 3rd T20: Pakistan, New Zealand play for series at Guptill’s hunting ground

    New Zealand's Martin Guptill devastated Pakistan at Hamilton in the second T20 but Shahid Afridi's side could be in for more trouble as the two teams move to the Kiwi opener's favourite hunting ground for the third and final T20 on Friday...

    The 29-year-old combined with skipper Kane Williamson in a record-breaking partnership of 171 runs to give New Zealand a 10-wicket victory in the second T20 and that feat will be playing on the...

  • Pakistan's last 'shot' at wildlife preservation – sustainable hunting

    CORRECTION: Due to an error on the part of the agency/client of this sponsored content, an earlier version of this article incorrectly attributed the post to WWF-Pakistan in the text and in the written disclaimer at the bottom...

    This error is deeply regretted as this article and its views on wildlife conservation and sustainable hunting are in no way reflective of, or associated with WWF-Pakistan...

  • Hunting for batair in the garrison city

    RAWALPINDI: Batair or quail may be the favoured game for seasoned hunters, but its meat has become very popular among urbanised residents of the garrison city...

    In the past, it was mostly hunters who brought back quail from their excursions into the wild
  • Malta votes to continue spring hunting

    VALLETTA: Malta has voted in a referendum to continue the controversial tradition of spring hunting in which birds migrating across the Mediterranean are killed before they can breed, preliminary results showed on Sunday...

    Preliminary results from Saturday’s referendum suggested the pro-hunting camp had got 51 per cent of the vote to win by around 5,000 votes...

  • GB auctions permits for trophy hunting

    GILGIT: The Gilgit-Baltistan wildlife department on Friday auctioned permits for the hunting of 113 rare species under the trophy hunting programme 2017-18, with the hunting of endangered Astor markhor fetching the highest licence fee of $100,000 in the history of trophy hunting...

    In the bidding, licences for hunting four Astor markhors, 14 blue sheep and 95 ibex were awarded...

  • Training centre for hunting, sporting arms manufacturers

    PESHAWAR: Pakistan Hunting and Sporting Arms Development Company (PHSADC) will establish a modern common facility training centre (CFTC) for upgrading of hunting and sporting arms manufacturing industry of Peshawar and Darra Adamkhel...

    This CFTC will be the first of its kind in the country’s history equipped with latest machinery and equipments keeping in view the needs of hunting and sporting arms manufacturing industry of...

  • Police hunting for fake SP

    RAWALPINDI: A desperate hunt has been launched for a fake police officer who went on patrolling in a police vehicle in the cantonment areas, inspected the police lines and the women police station and then disappeared...

    Besides the fake police officer, two wireless operators of the police control room, who were awarded Rs1,000 each by him, were also booked in an FIR registered with the Civil Lines police
  • Illegal hunting poses serious threat to pangolins

    KARACHI: The continuous ruthless hunting of pangolins has brought its population to a point that if conservation efforts are not strictly imposed, the scaly mammalian could go extinct within a few years in the Potohar region, says a recent survey report of the Zoological Survey of Pakistan (ZSP), a department functioning under the Ministry of Climate Change...

    Of the four Asian species, the Indian pangolin (Manis crassicaudata) is the...

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