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Conflict in Kashmir grave threat to regional peace: Moazzam A Khan

London: Moazzam Ahmad Khan, High Commissioner for Pakistan to the UK has said the conflict in Kashmir continues to pose grave threat to peace and stability in the region involving two nuclear powers with a history of wars over the dispute. He was speaking at the Kashmir Webinar on International…

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Life in isolation

By: Aina Humayoon

A year ago I would never have thought that I would be stuck in lockdown forbidden to go out of the house. Whe I think of distractions or try to be productive I remember what the point of trying to distract myself is; if this is the…

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Half of the UK’s imported coronavirus cases originate from Pakistan: UK Media

Birmingham: British media has reported that half of the UK’s imported coronavirus cases originate from Pakistan.

According to details gathered, “More than 65,000 people travelled to Britain on 190 flights since March 1 from the South Asian country – most are believed to have British passports”.

Pakistan is reporting…

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High Commissioner reiterates Pakistan’s unequivocal support for Kashmiris

London: The High Commission organized a Virtual Seminar on the theme of “Seeking Justice for Kashmiri Victims of Sexual Violence & Physical Torture and Widows” on 26 June 2020, to commemorate the UN International Days:
International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, 19 June
International Widows’ Day, 23…

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Islamic calligraphy paintings for London Central Mosque by Pakistan

London: High Commissioner Mohammad Nafees Zakaria presented Islamic calligraphy paintings to Dr Ahmad Al Dubayan, Director General of London Central Mosque Trust & The Islamic Cultural Centre. He presented the paintings during his visit to the Mosque, today.

On this occasion, the High Commissioner said that Pakistan and its Diaspora in…

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KC-EU’s Chair condemns killing of a child by Indian troops in IHK

Brussels: Chairman Kashmir Council Europe (KC-EU) Ali Raza Syed has strongly condemned brutal killing of a kid by Indian security forces in Bijbehera area of Islamabad district of occupied Kashmir.
It is important to mention that an 8-year-old child, Nihaan Butt, was martyred when Indian troops resorted…

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Asylum seeker stabbed six before being shot dead

Glasgow: Police are appealing for witnesses after the incident in West George Street, Glasgow, on Friday, 26 June, 2020.

“Around 12.50pm, officers responded to a report of an incident at the Park Inn Hotel. Officers were on the scene within minutes and the incident was quickly contained. A man…

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UK Fundraising: What makes a Muslim donor click

There is no doubt that Britain is one of the most generous nations in the world and for the last few years Muslims’ charitable giving has rightly begun to be seen as part of that. As the Charity Commission reports, at Ramadan Muslims in the UK donate more than £100…

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Kashmir discussed at the British Parliament

London: Indian occupation forces are committing unabated crimes against humanity in occupied Kashmir which calls for immediate intervention of the international community. High Commissioner Mohammad Nafees Zakaria was addressing the audience at the Kashmir Solidarity Day Seminar held at the British Parliament on 4 February 2020. The Seminar was organized…

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Imad Wasim jumped up to the second position in T20

London: Pakistan’s talented all-rounder, Imad Wasim jumped up to the second spot after the one-off T20I against England, which his team lost by 7 wickets.

Wasim bowled an impressive spell of one wicket for 25 runs in a losing cause, which helped him improve his ranking and…

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