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At Pakistan army facility, breeding Arabian horses is a passion and a science
MONA: With its long, arched neck, refined wedge-shaped head and high tail carriage, the Arabian is one of the most easily recognizable horse breeds in the world. It is also one of the most ancient, with archaeological evidence available of horses in the Middle East that resemble modern Arabians dating back over 4,500 years. In Pakistan, over 600 Arabians can be found at the Remount Depot Mona military facility located in Mandi Bahauddin, wit…See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Lessons from India's emergency rule: A cautionary tale for Pakistan's democratic future
On June 25, 1975, India experienced the beginning of a dark period in its postcolonial history. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi declared a state of emergency, suspending the rule of law and suppressing democratic freedoms. This period, known as the Emergency, witnessed the abrogation of civil liberties, press censorship, and erosion of judicial review and habeas corpus. ElectionsSee the Story
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Asia · Lahore
Pakistan’s ex-PM Khan leads rally, ignores arrest warrants
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan rallied thousands of supporters in eastern Pakistan on Monday as courts in the capital of Islamabad issued two more arrest warrants for him for failing to appear before judges in graft and terrorism cases, officials said.See the Story
34% Right coverage: 82 sources
Imran Khan · Islamabad
Pakistan's supreme court says Imran Khan's arrest was illegal and orders his release
Pakistan's top court on Thursday ordered the anti-graft agency to release former Prime Minister Imran Khan from its custody, broadcaster Geo TV reported.See the Story
41% Left coverage: 95 sources
Asia · Multan
Pakistan police allege 2 clerics raped boy in seminary
Pakistani police say they have arrested two Muslim clerics for allegedly raping a 10-year-old boy. The boy's uncle went to visit his nephew and arrived to find him being raped by a cleric. Child sex abuse in Pakistan's religious schools is prevalent and complaints rarely lead to arrest.See the Story
47% Center coverage: 19 sources
Asia · Badakhshan
At least 13 dead after earthquake jolts Afghanistan, Pakistan
At least 13 people have been killed and hundreds injured after a magnitude 6.5 earthquake hit areas across Afghanistan and Pakistan, with tremors felt as far as the Indian capital New Delhi. See the Story
38% Left coverage: 152 sources
Singaporeans · Saudi Arabia
Two Singaporean families safely evacuated from Sudan to Saudi Arabia: MFA
Two Singaporean families, comprising 14 Singaporeans and a family member, were safely evacuated from Khartoum in Sudan. The families were evacuated to Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, together with a group of Malaysians and other nationals. Fighting broke out in the country on Apr 15 between Sudan's army, led by General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces.See the Story
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Imran Khan · Pakistan
Pakistan Court Allows Military to Prosecute 16 Supporters of Ex-PM Khan
The 16 suspects include a former provincial lawmaker of Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party. Pakistan has rounded up thousands of people, including women, in a countrywide crackdown in connection with the protests. The agitation erupted on May 9, when the popular 70-year-old opposition leader was violently taken into custody. The Supreme Court outlawed Khan's arrest two days later.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources