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Police say four more bodies have been found in Karachi, bringing the death toll in three days of suspected gang-related violence to 52. >>
An anti-terrorism court ordered the confiscation of Pervez Musharraf's assets in connection with Benazir Bhutto murder case. >>
Torrential monsoon rains in southeast Pakistan have killed 88 and left eight million people displaced. >>
Pakistan’s interior minister called on Afghanistan’s president to help win freedom for around 30 young Pakistanis held captive by Pakistani Taliban. >>
More than 12,000 have been infected and 125 people have died over the past two months in Pakistan after coming down with dengue fever. >>
Research shows that the neighboring India observes only 3 public holidays every year, as compared to at least 15 such off-days in Pakistan. >>
Forcing someone to marry against their will is to be made a criminal offence in England and Wales, it has been confirmed.Figures from the Home Office Forced Marriage Unit show 1,468 cases were recorded in 2011.
David Cameron has ordered an inquiry into whether Conservative Party co-chairman Baroness Warsi breached the ministerial code when she was accompanied by a business partner on an official visit to Pakistan.
International Medical Relief agency (IMRF) recently hosted a fundraising event at Manchester aiming to help the hearing and auditory impaired people of Pakistan.
Wilson Chowdhry Chairman of the BPCA was invited to attend Christian Solidarity Worldwide which was to present the lecture of special rapporteur of Religious freedom for the United Nations Heiner Bielefeldt on his work and the ongoing persecution faced by religious minorities globally. The event was held at London School of Economics.