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Twitter slams Abid Sher Ali, Rana Sanauallah for their misogynistic remarks...

News Desk | The senior leaders from PML-N, Abid Sher Ali and Rana Sanaullah, passed derogatory remarks on the female supporters of Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf in...

Do courts have authority to punish people for judicial contempt?

Saad Rasool | As the ‘ship our State’ enters its final stretch in the ongoing politico-constitutional tussle between PML(N) and the honourable Supreme Court, an...

Muslim singer forced to quit French show over terror posts

AFP | A French Muslim singer who became an overnight star after dazzling judges on a TV talent show quit the contest Friday after coming...

Malaysia becomes first international country to ban Padmavat

News Desk | Malaysia has become the first international country to ban the screening of ‘Padmavat’ after its Film Censorship Board placed the movie in...

Pakistani born comedian Kumail Nanjiani earns Oscar nomination

News Desk | Pakistani-American actor and comedian Kumail Nanjiani has been nominated for best original screenplay at the Oscars for ‘The Big Sick'. His wife Emily...

Trump scrambles for cover as ‘shithole’ slur fuels outrage

AFP|  US President Donald Trump sought Friday to quell a global firestorm over his reported denunciation of immigration from "shithole countries" -- a slur slammed...

Pence visit stokes up Pak-US tensions

News Analysis | Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua on Friday expressed deep concern over US Vice President Mike Pence’s comments regarding Pakistan and its role in...

Matt Damon criticised for his comments on sexual misconduct

News Desk | Matt Doman feels that decent actors in the Hollywood are going unnoticed as heavy attention is given to 'sexual predators'. He said, "We're...

Are Tillerson’s comments going to increase Pak-US tensions?

News Analysis | Pakistan has told the United States that it “is not North Korea” and that it was committed to global peace, diplomatic sources...

YouTube takes further action against extremist content

Reuters | Alphabet Inc's YouTube said on Monday it plans to add more people next year to identify inappropriate content as the company responds to...

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