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  • Wafaqul Madaris keeps Jamia Hafsa out of its list

    ISLAMABAD: Wafaqul Madaris al Arabia, the board of seminaries belonging to the Deobandi school of thought, has decided to keep Jamia Hafsa Islamabad delisted, rejecting its fresh application for the enrollment of the students...

    Jamia Hafsa is affiliated with Lal Masjid, and its principal is Ume Hasaan, wife of Maulana Abdul Aziz, the administrator of the seminary...

  • Ex-model Veena visits Jamia Binoria

    KARACHI: Former actress and model Veena Malik visited Jamia Binoria in SITE area with her husband and son on Saturday, met its chief Mufti Muhammad Naeem, senior faculty members and students and said she wanted her children to get educated at the religious institution...

    Ms Malik did not specify any particular reason behind her visit to Jamia Binoria Al Almia — one of the country’s largest religious institutions — but said her life...

  • Pakistani among 46 arrested for link to Madina bombing

    RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s security forces said on Sunday they had arrested 46 people for their suspected link to a terrorist cell responsible for a stunning attack outside Masjid-i-Nabwi, in Madina, last year...

    The ministry previously identified the Madina bomber as a Saudi national and the Jeddah bomber as a Pakistani resident...

  • 180 shops in Madina Market to open today despite traders’ strike

    RAWALPINDI: Over 180 shops in Madina Market will open on Saturday (today) after 18 months despite calls of shutterdown strike by one group of the traders association against imposition of withholding tax on bank transactions...

    Madina Market and Taleemul Quran mosque and seminary in Raja Bazaar were burnt in November 2013 after sectarian violence erupted on Muharram 10...

  • Muslim world outraged at Madina bombing

    RIYADH: A deadly suicide bombing near Islam’s second-holiest site in the Saudi city of Madina sparked condemnation across the Muslim world on Tuesday, with both the Taliban and Hezbollah denouncing the attack...

    The targeting of Madina caused shock and outrage across the entire Muslim world...

  • 12 Pakistanis, seven Saudis arrested following Madina blast

    DUBAI: Saudi Arabia identified on Thursday suspects in two of the three attacks that struck the kingdom on the same day this week, including one outside the sprawling mosque where the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is buried in the western city of Madina that killed four Saudi security troops...

    In a statement released by the Interior Ministry late Thursday, authorities said the Madina bomber in Monday's apparently coordinated attacks was...

  • PIA captain, two others issued notices for overloaded Karachi-Madina flight

    The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has issued show-cause notices to a pilot and two others officials for loading seven extra passengers on a Karachi-Madina flight on January 20, in a violation of air safety regulations, sources said Monday...

    The Boeing 777 aircraft (Reg No: AP BID) has a seating capacity of 409, including jump seats, while flight PK-743 carried 416 passengers from Karachi to Madina...

  • ‘Lums seminar’ on Balochistan held in Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: “There were dead bodies found in Balochistan with Pakistan Zindabad carved into their skins,” Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur said on Saturday, at a seminar which had to be relocated to a different city for it to be held...

    While it was finally held at Kuch Khaas in Islamabad on Saturday, M...

  • Four ‘target killers’ from Karachi held in Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: Four men allegedly involved in incidents of target killings in Karachi and robberies in the federal capital have been arrested here, Dawn has learnt through reliable sources...

    Know more: Contract killers to be arrested in next phase of Karachi operationThe arrests were made during an investigation into some incidents of robbery in Islamabad, most of them taking place outside banks and involving people who had drawn cash...

  • Moral brigade active in Islamabad again

    ISLAMABAD: Are they back – the moral brigades that blackened the faces of women on advertisement boards in 2007?At least that is what people feared when they found bared arms and faces of models on billboards defaced in Super Market during Eid shopping spree...

    “Islamabad has no culture of hooliganism...

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