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Quetta police center cleared; 61 security men martyred

QUETTA: At least 61 security personnel were martyred and several others wounded in a prolonged operation by Pakistan Army and Frontier Corps against terrorists who barged into Police Training College located in the city area of Sariab and went on killing spree late Monday night. The operation continued for at least four hours overnight to clear the training college. At least 250 security personnel, who terrorists held hostage were freed. In this meantime, two suicide bombers blew themselves up and third one was shot down in exchange of gunfire with the security personnel. The training ...
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Takfiri Deobandi terrorists of LEJ brand mass murder police in Quetta

LUBP has been advocating the dismantling of Takfiri madrassas like Jamia Binoria, Lal Masjid and others for more than a decade. We have lost bloggers like Khurram Zaki and ...
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Yemen, Syrian and Iraq; Karbala still continues

1st of Muharram 61 AH (approx. 20 October 680 AD) is the date when Karbala begins, but it never ended as few might think it has. If we look at the present world's situation ...
  20 hours ago

 Juggernaut of hate: Xenophobia and Clash of civilization

  U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump remained resolute in his anti-immigration stance Wednesday during a speech in Phoenix, Arizona, saying there will ...
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A question of ethics: The rule of mighty media

An out of court agreement has been reached between female journalist Saima Kanwal and the Frontier Constabulary guard who was caught on camera slapping her at a Nadra office ...
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Quetta attack:: Lashkar-e-Jhangvi kills 61 in Pakistan police academy

At least 61 people have been killed in an attack on a police training centre in the city of Quetta in Balochistan province, Pakistani officials say. The announcement on Tuesday came at the end of a military counter-operation. About 200 trainees were stationed at the facility when the attack occurred late on Monday, officials said, and some were taken hostage during the attack, which lasted five hours. Most of the dead were police cadets. Mir Sarfraz Ahmed Bugti, home minister of Balochistan, said early on Tuesday that five to six armed men attacked a dormitory inside the training facility ...
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An old lion: Younas Khan the runs machine of Pakistan

Younis Khan broke the record for most Test centuries after the age of 35 courtesy of his century in the second Test against West Indies at Abu Dhabi. The record was previously jointly-held by four players who all had scored 12 Test centuries after the age of 35 but Younis ...
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Election 2018: A useless code of conduct

  The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has prepared a draft code of conduct for the 2018 general elections, which proposes a blanket ban on all public rallies, advertisements in electronic and print media, billboards, hoardings, banners, posters, flyers, wall-chalking, ...
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A weak denial: Who is the new player in Kabul-Taliban talks?

A Taliban spokesman has rejected reports of secret meetings with the Afghan government. On October 18, a senior Afghan official, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed to RFE/RL’s Radio Free Afghanistan that two secret rounds of peace talks had been held in Qatar ...
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Battling terrorism: What a new Counter-Extremism Policy should focus?

After two decades of battling the menace of sectarianism and religious-based violence, the country is now looking to bring all provinces and stakeholders on board to develop a national counter-extremism policy. A steering committee established recently to work on formulating the National Counter Extremism Policy (NCEP) met for the first time on Wednesday with Senator Mushahid Hussain Syed in the chair. From the reports, it appears the policy will be a comprehensive document, covering all the necessary bases needed to counter extremism. For example, included in the ‘policy themes’ are educational ...
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On the celebration of false idols and rewarding arrogant impotence

SHAFAQNA – I will not be kind today! I will not be kind when unworthy individuals are being celebrated for fictional prowess when their achievements have been to stand at the right time, under the right TV angle when Western media needed its pound of Arab flesh to ...
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Lawless lawyers: An open wukla-gardi by lawyers

Lawyers including two office-bearers of the Lahore High Court Bar Association yesterday helped two murder suspects escape arrest after their pre-arrest bail was dismissed by the court. The lawyers not only protected their clients-cum-suspects from getting into the police ...
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Poor performance: Legislator sans responsibilities

  Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) Naeema Kishwer has left behind to prominent politicians and leaders of political parties into the race of “MNAs’ Scorecard for 2015-2016” to attained the first position – with highest score of 70%. As many as 308 National Assembly ...
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France begins dismantling of Calais Jungle camp

Saudi-Russian Relations’ Changes; Tactical or Strategic?

UN Chapter 7, Failure of Resolutions to End Yemen War

Pakistan stands more integrated than ever before, says Raheel Sharif

Muslims demand Italy recognizes more mosques

The ruling about giving the Quran as a present to a disbeliever/the Grand Ayatollah Sistani’s answer

Western Nationalism and Islamic Nationhood

Shia Muslims in the UK prepare for Arbaeen

Imam Mahdi Documentary

Norway minister faces resignation over comments on Muslim integration

Pakistan army rejects Indian claim of killing seven Rangers personnel

Twitter, Amazon, other top websites shut in cyber attack

Panama leak: SC issues notices to PM Nawaz, others

Pak Army wins gold in international contest

Jerusalem makes people speak religion … or is God? Opinion

Water Sports Places All Over Pakistan

PEMRA orders complete ban on Indian content

BOOK RELEASE – A Tale Of Grand Resistance: Yemen, the Wahhabi, and The House of Saud

Islamic State said to use human shields as coalition advances on Mosul

Over 350,000 Afghan refugees return from Pakistan: UN

Islamic History – Should we take offense when History is debated?

Islam and Religious Freedom by Dr John Andrew Morrow – scholar of Islam

Short sermon by Imam Hussain (AS) about the world and the religion on the way to karbala

The Hindu Devotees of Imam Hussain (A.S.) in India

Love for Ali in the Qur’an and Sunnah

Yemen’s Resistance is our Imams’ legacy – The sons of Hussain rise a movement once more

Abbas Ibn Ali speaks from Kaaba

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