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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Triple talaq: UP govt to put its side in SC after taking views of Muslim women

A two-day meeting of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) will also be discussing the issue of triple talaq. The Uttar Pradesh government will take into account the views of the Muslim women on the issue of triple talaq and then present its side in the Supreme Court hearing the matter. While holding a meeting with the Women and ... Read More »

German Parliament backs partial burqa ban

Members of Germany`s lower house of Parliament have approved a law that partially bans the full-face Islamic veil or the burqa, the media reported on Friday. Members of Germany`s lower house of Parliament have approved a law that partially bans the full-face Islamic veil or the burqa, the media reported on Friday. The bill will prevent civil servants, judges and ... Read More »

Befitting reply to Singer Sonu Nigham

Befitting reply to Singer Sonu Nigham Warch this video where Sonu Nigham, the Singer has tweeted that giving Azan “Gundagardi” where it is befitting reply: Befitting reply to Singer Sonu Nigham://www.eshowbizbuzz.com/2017/04/this-indian-girl-gave-solid-reply-to.html?m=1 Read More »

Pakistani Teacher Aqeela Asifi ranked among Top Ten Teachers of the World

When Aqeela Asifi was nominated for the “Global Teachers Prize” in 2016, she was also nominated alongside ten of the best and most dedicated teachers from around the world – which is an achievement within itself. Aqeela Asifi was trained as a teacher in Afghanistan, but unfortunately, was forced to leave her home country when the Taliban took it over ... Read More »

Pakistani student breaks SAT record in USA

A student of Swat has broke the 150 year-old record by securing 2400 marks in the Scholastic Assessment Test held in California State of the US. According to details, a resident of Swat area, Waleed Khan participated in SAT – a mandatory exam for getting admission in college in the US – and scored 100 percent marks by getting total ... Read More »

Govt asked to remove controversial lesson from course book

Political and civil society activists have threatened that if the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Textbook Board doesn’t remove a controversial lesson about Pakhtun hero Malik Kalu Khan from the ninth grade English book, then they would take the case to court. Addressing a convention on ‘Kalu Khan, a hero of Pakhtuns’, at Haqqani Library Hall here on Sunday, they maintained that Yousafzai ... Read More »

New video emerges of passengers-FIA constable brawl at Islamabad airport

Another footage of a brawl between two female Norwegian nationals and a lady constable of the Federal Investigation Agency surfaced late Wednesday, in which the two passengers were seen misbehaving with officials on duty at the Islamabad airport. The issue began with a scuffle between two female passengers and an FIA lady constable at the Benazir International Airport Islamabad on ... Read More »

Business group shows confidence in ICT policy for e-commerce

Minister of State for IT Anusha Rahman while chairing a multi-stakeholder meeting with Michael Evans, president of AliBaba Group, laid out the initiatives and policy measures being undertaken by the government for enabling a broad based digital ecosystem in the country. The focus on achieving full value chain digitisation of the economy have borne immense dividends and the situation is ... Read More »

‘Women’s votes should determine election result’

A parliamentary committee on Wednesday recommended to the National Assembly to pass a law requiring fresh polling in a constituency if less than 10pc of the registered female voters cast their vote in an election. Members of the National Assembly Standing Committee on Parliamentary Affairs proposed the step after the Secretary of the Election Commission told them in a briefing ... Read More »

Retiring duo Misbah, Khan lead Pakistan against Windies

West Indies and Pakistan get a three-Test series underway on Friday at Sabina Park in Jamaica with both teams struggling in the midst of challenging transition periods. Despite victories in both the T20 and One-Day International series earlier in the tour, the tourists have shaped up as a far more vulnerable outfit in the traditional format of the game. The ... Read More »