Flour crisis worsens in Pakistan ahead of Ramadan

Pakistan is undergoing a substantial economic crisis due to the increasing inflation and rising cost of living. Several people in the country struggle to afford food for their homes. In the auspicious month of Ramadan, the government of Pakistan announced that they would distribute bags of flour to families struggling with low income.

India: Malay ABIM visits Dalai Lama, discuss religious peace

The Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM) members visited the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet. The representatives of the Muslim Youth Movement visited the prominent religious personality at his official residence in Dharamshala, India.

Afghanistan: Former Prez criticizes Taliban for banning women’s education

Hamid Karzai, expressed concerned during an interview over the ban imposed by the Taliban administration on women's education beyond the sixth grade.

India: Sikh Community protest against Tricolor incident in UK

After a group of Khalistan activists disrespected the Indian National Flag, the tricolour, during a protest at the Indian High Commissioner in the United Kingdom, the members of the Sikh community in Delhi came out to stage a protest against the act of disrespect in the region.

Khyber Bannu and Lakki regions see bans on public gatherings

Deputy Commissioner of Lakki Marwat and Bannu, Abdul Hadi and Manzoor Afridi banned the assembly of more than five people on Saturday.

Pakistan: Police files more cases against PTI activists ahead of protests

The capital police of Pakistan has charged the former Prime Minister of the country and chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf with three separate cases of terrorism. A close political party member, Shah Mehmood Qureshi and several other political party supporters were also involved in the case.

India Participates in La Perouse Naval Excersise in Indian Ocean

La Perouse: The five-national naval exercise led by France has started its third edition in the Indian Ocean. The practice aims to improve the interoperability between the navies of India, the US, Australia, France and Japan.

Pakistan blames Afghanistan for rise in Terrorism

The threat of terrorism is on a steady rise in Pakistan as the borders and mainland of Pakistan. The incidents of terrorism are escalating freely in the country, which has led the government of Pakistan to blame the rest of the world for such incidents.

India to assist Bhutan in development avenues through grants

The Minister for Home and Cultural Affairs of Bhutan, Ugyen Dorji, has claimed that India handling the responsibility for the presidency of G-20 is a matter of pride for South Asia. India and Bhutan share a good relationship.

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