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Pakistan to introduce chemical castration, death penalty for rapists especially gang rapists, repeat offenders or pedophiles

Pakistan will be introducing stern punishments including chemical castration and death penalty for rapists, Law Minister Farogh Naseem...
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Immunity for Humanity: Mickey Mehta in Conversation with Meher Amalsad

The Zoroastrian Association Of California Features Global leading holistic health guru and corporate life coach Dr. Mickey Mehta’s IMMUNITY FOR HUMANITY with Host & Moderator: Meher Amalsad You are invited to be a part of this Empowering and Inspiring Presentation From A Leading Global Holistic Health Guru who will be Revealing The Secrets of Immunity that offer practical ways to achieve longevity and happiness with conscious living by exploring various aspec...
Tags: Hong Kong, Life, Singapore, India, Health and Wellness, Iran, Harvard University, Pakistan, Sydney, Dubai, Bollywood, Economic Times, IIT, India Inc, Meher Amalsad, Mickey Mehta


Australia’s spy agencies caught collecting COVID-19 app data

Australia’s intelligence agencies have been caught “incidentally” collecting data from the country’s COVIDSafe contact tracing app during the first six months of its launch, a government watchdog has found. The report, published Monday by the Australian government’s inspector general for the intelligence community, which oversees the government’s spy and eavesdropping agencies, said the app data was scooped up “in the course of the lawful collection of other data.” But the watchdog said that the...
Tags: Australia, Israel, Tech, Pakistan, Michigan, Apple Google


Imran Khan's Kabul visit might help revive Afghanistan vs Pakistan bilateral cricket

"Afghanistan playing Pakistan has a big [commercial] potential and a big viewership," PCB CEO Wasim Khan says
Tags: Sport, Afghanistan, Cricket, Pakistan, Imran Khan, Kabul, Wasim Khan


France ‘deeply shocked’ as Pakistan minister compares Macron to Nazis

“These hateful words are blatant lies, imbued with an ideology of hatred and violence,” France's Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
Tags: France, Pakistan, Foreign Ministry, Macron


Pakistan opposition seeks end to Imran Khan's 'puppet' rule

Protesters in Pakistan say the PM came to power in rigged elections backed by the military.
Tags: News, Pakistan, Imran Khan


Stop launching terror attacks on our soil, India warns Pakistan

India News: India warned Islamabad on Saturday against using terrorists to launch attacks in India and also said it will take all...
Tags: India, Pakistan, Islamabad


Christian girl, 14, is being threatened by Islamist death squads in Pakistan for fleeing forced marriage to Muslim man, 45

Catholic altar server Maira Shahbaz, who was abducted at gunpoint and gang-raped before her wedding, is in hiding after being accused of...
Tags: Pakistan, Muslim, Maira Shahbaz


Pakistan opposition seeks end to Imran Khan's 'puppet' rule

Protesters in Pakistan say the PM came to power in rigged elections backed by the military.
Tags: News, Pakistan, Imran Khan


Pakistan okays locally developed AI software that uses chest X-ray to detect Covid-19 in under a minute

Company claims the technology "can be path-breaking to conduct screening of a large number of patients in a limited time".
Tags: Pakistan, COVID


Muslim teen shoots and kills minority Ahmadi man in Pakistan

MULTAN, Pakistan (AP) — A sixteen-year-old Muslim youth opened fire on Friday and killed a member of Pakistan's minority Ahmadi...
Tags: Pakistan, Ahmadi, Multan Pakistan


Daily Crunch: Roblox is going public

Roblox opens its books, Snap makes an acquisition and Pfizer and BioNTech seek regulatory approval for their vaccine. This your Daily Crunch for November 20, 2020. The big story: Roblox is going public The child-friendly gaming company filed confidentially to go public in October, but it only published its S-1 document with financial information late yesterday. How do the numbers look? Well, Roblox is certainly growing quickly — total revenue increased 56% in 2019, and then another 68% in t...
Tags: Gaming, Europe, Finance, Tech, Pakistan, Pfizer, Hutchinson, Don, Danny Crichton, Orix, Roblox, Vonne Hutchinson, BioNtech, ReadySet, Daily Crunch, Carlos Gonzalez Cadenas


Obama thanked Navy SEAL McRaven for overseeing the bin Laden raid by gifting him a tape measure

In this May 6, 2011, file photo President Barack Obama talks with U.S. Navy Vice Admiral William H. McRaven, commander of Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), at Campbell Army Airfield in Fort Campbell, Ky., just days after McRaven led operational control of Navy SEAL Team Six's successful mission to get Osama bin Laden AP Photo/Charles Dharapak Former President Barack Obama thanked Adm. William McRaven, the Navy SEAL who oversaw the bin Laden raid, with the gift of a tape measure,...
Tags: Politics, Obama, Navy, Osama Bin Laden, US, International, Barack Obama, Trends, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bill, Bin Laden, Oval Office, U S Navy, Jalalabad Afghanistan, William McRaven


Google, Facebook and Twitter threaten to leave Pakistan over censorship law

Global internet companies Facebook, Google and Twitter and others have banded together and threatened to leave Pakistan after the South Asian nation granted blanket powers to local regulators to censor digital content. Earlier this week, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan granted the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority the power to remove and block digital content that pose “harms, intimidates or excites disaffection” toward the government or in other ways hurt the “integrity, security, a...
Tags: Google, Social, Facebook, Apps, Asia, Twitter, India, Tech, Policy, Pakistan, Imran Khan, Silicon Valley, Khan, Google Facebook, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, Facebook Google


Al-Qaeda's leader Ayman al-Zawahiri has died, reports claim

Security sources in Pakistan and Afghanistan told Arab News that Zawahiri was dead, possibly succumbing to asthma following 'breathing issues'.
Tags: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Al Qaeda, Ayman al Zawahiri, Zawahiri


The judge who stood up to Pakistan's military

Justice Waqar Ahmad Seth was a rare judge in Pakistan who challenged the military.
Tags: News, Pakistan, Waqar Ahmad Seth


Sami Aslam is considering quitting Pakistan cricket

It is likely he would be involved initially in the T20 franchise league USA Cricket is trying to establish
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, Usa Cricket, Sami Aslam


Fishermen fear Pakistan’s new ‘city for the elite’ will end their way of life

A proposed island megacity off Karachi puts precious wetlands – and the millions of jobs that depend on them – at riskOn the island of Bundal, off Pakistan’s Arabian Sea coast, people gather in their thousands, as they have done for decades, to honour their saint, Baba Yousaf Shah.As the sun shines on the festivities around the shrine, colourful flags flutter energetically as the air fills with the vibrant clamour of music, singing and feasting. Continue reading...
Tags: Employment, South and Central Asia, Pakistan, Global development, Flooding, KARACHI, Fishing Industry, Bundal, Baba Yousaf Shah


"Against Thanksgiving."

  It's a podcast. Topics: "Biden and embarrassment, Mo Willems and aging, kids and coronavirus, the war on Thanksgiving, shunning the Trumps, ogling in Pakistan, and the depiction of bad people as ugly." [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Podcast, Law, Pakistan, Biden, Ann Althouse, Mo Willems


India is on guard against China's big plans across Asia

An Indian army officer, left, talks with a Chinese soldier at the 14,140-foot high Nathu-la pass on the country's northeastern border with China, April 9, 2005. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri/Files After years of warming, India and China's relationship took a sharp turn for the worse this summer, with hand-to-hand fighting between troops along their disputed border in the Himalayas. India's leaders have also resisted China's efforts to pull India into networks that China leads or dominates...
Tags: Asia, Tibet, China, India, US, Trends, Beijing, Pakistan, Myanmar, Himalayas, ISI, Road, Delhi, Huawei, New Delhi, Kashmir


Israel's stunning assassination of an Al Qaeda chief inside Iran suggests a major deal was cut with the US

Tehran's skyline at night showing the Milad tower, the sixth tallest tower in the world. REUTERS/Marius Bosch The assassination of an Al Qaeda commander in Tehran by an Israeli hit squad would only have been undertaken at the request of American intelligence services, sources tell Insider. Mounting an operation like the one that killed Abu Mohammed al Masri can take years of preparation.  Mossad will select Israelis with perfect Farsi language skills and they will train their entire ca...
Tags: Politics, News, Osama Bin Laden, Saudi Arabia, Israel, US, Trends, Iran, Syria, Analysis, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Middle East, Kenya, Al Qaeda, Tanzania


The story of the first special-ops mission deep inside Afghanistan just weeks after 9/11, from troops who were there

AH-6 Little Birds flying by a ZSU anti-aircraft gun they destroyed. Courtesy photo In mid-October 2001, just a few weeks after the September 11 attacks, US special-operations forces went deep behind enemy lines in Afghanistan. But the operation — conducted by Delta Force, Army Rangers, and the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment — didn't go without complexities, danger, and its fair share of controversy. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. On October 19, 2001, only a...
Tags: Navy, Iraq, US, Trends, Afghanistan, Taliban, Pakistan, Delta, Oman, Rangers, Al Qaeda, Cia, Gecko, Panama, Rhino, Omar


"When I step outside, I step into a country of men who stare. I could be making the short walk from my car to the bookstore..."

"... or walking through the aisles at the supermarket. I could be wrapped in a shawl or behind two layers of face mask. But I will be followed by searing eyes, X-raying me. Because here, it is culturally acceptable for men to gape at women unblinkingly, as if we are all in a staring contest that nobody told half the population about, a contest hinged on a subtle form of psychological violence." From "When I Step Outside, I Step Into a Country of Men Who Stare/Pakistan fails its women from the ...
Tags: Law, Etiquette, Feminism, Pakistan, Ann Althouse, Fatima Bhojani


When it comes to a family trauma, who gets to tell the story?

When Fariha Róisín started writing Like a Bird, she thought the traumatic event at its heart was just a dream. She explores the weight of a family secretIn her 1861 account , Harriet Jacobs exposed her sexual abuse by her master with lucidity and truth. Yet for more than 100 years, it was accepted academic opinion that Incidents was a novel, written by white abolitionist Lydia Maria Child. It was not until the 1980s that critic Jean Fagan Yellin proved Jacobs to be the true author; Incidents ha...
Tags: Books, Hollywood, Fiction, Women, Life and style, Society, Culture, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Jacobs, Harriet Jacobs, Fariha Róisín, Rape and sexual assault, Lydia Maria, Jean Fagan Yellin, Moniza Alvi


Sophia Gardens: Cardiff to host England v Pakistan ODI

Cardiff's Sophia Gardens is set to host a one-day international between World Cup winners England and Pakistan in July 2021.
Tags: England, News, Pakistan, Cardiff, Sophia Gardens


England confirm October 2021 dates for historic return to Pakistan

Two T20Is in Karachi, in first visit for 16 years, will form part of T20 World Cup build-up
Tags: England, Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, KARACHI


England to visit Pakistan for first time in 16 years in 2021 for two T20 matches

England will tour Pakistan for the first time in 16 years when they play two Twenty20 internationals next October.
Tags: England, News, Pakistan


England to play in Pakistan for first time in 16 years

England will tour Pakistan for the first time in 16 years when they play two Twenty20 internationals next October.
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Obama said he couldn't afford to look soft on terrorism as a 'liberal president,' but that he 'took no joy' in ordering people killed

President Barack Obama speaks about his administration's counterterrorism policy at the National Defense University at Ft. McNair in Washington, May 23, 2013. Larry Downing/Reuters Former President Barack Obama in his new book discussed his ambivalence over the killings he ordered while president as part of counterterrorism operations. "I took no joy in any of this. It didn't make me feel powerful," Obama wrote.  Obama said he often felt as though he wanted to "save" young men who'd be...
Tags: Politics, News, Obama, Washington, Iraq, New York City, US, America, Barack Obama, Trends, Drones, Pakistan, Al Qaeda, Yemen, Donald Trump, George W. Bush


Wie ich dank meiner verstorbenen Mutter eine Fehlgeburt während Corona überstand

Als meine Ärztin unsere strahlenden Gesichter sah, sagte sie: „Dann sind wohl Glückwünsche angebracht.“ „Ich denke schon“, gab ich zögerlich von mir. Mein Mann und ich hatten davor sieben Monate lang versucht, unser erstes Baby zu bekommen, und waren gerade an einen Fruchtbarkeitsspezialisten in einer anderen Stadt überwiesen worden. Für uns fühlte sich der positive Schwangerschaftstest wie ein kleines Wunder an. Nach diesem Arzttermin wurde ich zur Blutuntersuchung geschickt. „Ich bin schwan...
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