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Ahmadiyya community once again receives a blow in Pakistan

India Blooms News Service
Islamabad: Pakistan is continuously maintaining their discriminatory attitude towards Ahmadiyya community as they were once again not included in the  National Commission for Minorities (NCM), media reports said.
Taliban Chief Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada may have died due to COVID-19: Report
Kabul/IBNS: Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada, Chief of Taliban group, may have died due to COVID-19 infection in Afghanistan, media reports said.
Nepal faces shortage of vital medical supplies over surging COVID-19 cases
Kathmandu/UNI: Nepal's Department of Health Services said it does not have a single ventilator in store for the hospitals if critical COVID-19 cases surge amid rapidly increasing cases recently.
Pakistani legal expert warns about Diamer-Bhasha dam's impact on climate change
Islamabad: A legal expert in Pakistan has opined that the construction of the Diamer-Bhasha dam may have a severe impact on the climate change.
Afghanistan traders are demanding demand clearance of transit cargo at Karachi ports
Islamabad: Afghanistan traders have said their transit cargo is lying at Karachi ports under severe demurrage and detention charges since the first week of March 2020  and they are now demanding a clearance of it.
Demanding safe return of overseas Pakistanis, Jamaat-e-Islami stages demonstration in Pesh...
Peshawar/IBNS: Demanding the Pakistani government to bring back nationals stranded in foreign countries and announce package for them, the Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) staged demonstrations across  Peshawar recently.
Mob vandalises Karachi hospital's isolation ward after authority refuses to hand over COVI...
Karachi: It seems that issue of inappropriate governance over COVID-19 handling is still predominant in Pakistan and in one such instances a mob barged into the  isolation ward at Karachi's Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) last week and vandalised it.
Pastor, family members targeted in Pakistan
Islamabad: A pastor and his family were beaten up and forced to leave the area in Pakistan's Rahim Yar Khan city  recently, media reports said.
Kabul: Blast leaves three people wounded
Kabul/IBNS: An explosion in Kabul city, which occurred close to a hospital, on Monday left at least three people wounded, media reports said.
Libya: Case filed over killing of 26 Bangladesh nationals
Dhaka/UNI:  A case has been filed with Bhairab Police Station in Kishoreganj of Bangladesh over the killings of its 26 nationals in Libya.
Unknown gunmen kill head of Kapisa Traffic Dept
Kabul/IBNS: Unknown gunmen shot dead Sayed Munir, head of Kapisa's traffic department, in Afghanistan on MOnday, media reports said.
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