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  • Food poisoning sickens 700 at Mosul DPs camp; two die

    HASSAN CAMP: A mass food poisoning at a camp for the displaced near the northern city of Mosul has killed at least two people and sickened over 700, Iraq’s health minister said on Tuesday...

    An Iraqi lawmaker who visited the camp and Saudi state television accused a charity from Qatar a small Gulf Arab country engulfed in a major diplomatic dispute with Saudi Arabia and several other Arab and Muslim nations of providing the tainted food
  • DPs fleeing conflicts to hit record this year: UN

    GENEVA: The number of people displaced by war and violence is set to hit a record high this year, the UN said on Friday, warning that one in every 122 people had been forced to flee home...

    The UN refugee agency released a report showing rocketing numbers of people living as refugees, asylum seekers or displaced within their countries during the first half of this year, and indicated that the full-year figures would be devastating
  • Afghan DPs’ stay to be extended, says Nisar

    ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan told the Senate on Wednesday the government had no option but to extend the period of stay of Afghan refugees in the country despite having serious reservations over the matter...

    Briefing the upper house of parliament on the progress made on the National Action Plan (NAP) in the last six months, the minister said the deadline for the return of Afghan refugees to their country was...
  • DPS branch to be established at Lalamusa

    GUJRAT: A branch of the Divisional Public School (DPS) will be established in Lalamusa and will start functioning with the beginning of the next academic session in March/April next year...

    An earlier plan of the district administration to set up a branch of Jinnah Public School in Lalamusa city on the consistent demand of ruling lawmakers had now been replaced with that of the DPS...

  • Larkana DPs

    IN 2007, Pakistan was struck by a disastrous flood which was the outcome of the melting of glaciers and heavy summer monsoon rains...

  • Pakistan condemns use of force against Kashmiris by India

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has strongly condemned the brutal use of force by Indian security personnel against peaceful and unarmed protesters, which resulted in the killing of two young Kashmiri men...

    "Pakistan is deeply concerned at the increase in systematic human rights violations in the Indian Occupied Kashmir," FO spokesperson Tasneem Aslam said...

  • Electoral schedule unveiled for Pakistan-based Kashmiris

    MUZAFFARABAD: The schedule for the preparation of fresh electoral rolls for 12 constituencies of Pakistan-based Kashmiris has been announced by the Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Election Commission...

    Of the 41 constituencies of the AJK Legislative Assembly, 29 are located within AJK territory and the rest across Pakistan in order to represent refugees from India-held Kashmir...

  • Indian forces remove Pakistan flags as Kashmiris observe ‘Black Day’

    SRINAGAR/ISLAMABAD: Indian security forces on Wednesday removed dozens of black and Pakistani flags in India-held Kashmir hoisted by residents observing “black day” on the call of Pakistan government to protest the killing of a top pro-independence militant leader...

    Indian administration feared fresh trouble in the tense region after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif called for observing a “black day” to express solidarity with “Kashmiris...

  • Kashmiris hoist Pakistan flag in Srinagar

    SRINAGAR: Members of the Asiya Andrabi-led Kashmiri group Dukhtaran-i-Millat hoisted Pakistan flags at several places here on Wednesday, when Pakistanis celebrated Pakistan Day...

    Ms Andrabi’s group has been hoisting Pakistan flags every year on the occasion of Pakistan Day and independence day of Pakistan...

  • Pakistan urged to extend ‘military support’ to Kashmiris

    MUZAFFARABAD: United Jihad Council (UJC) chairman Syed Salahuddin on Thursday asked Pakistan to extend “military support” to Kashmiri freedom fighters to help them accomplish their long-cherished goal of freedom from India...

    “The festering (Kashmir) issue is not going to resolve through talks or resolutions… Pakistan should militarily support Kashmiris by providing resources to the mujahideen,” he said at a press conference here... ...

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