Editorial Opinion Pakistan Religion

Living a Life as an Atheist in Pakistan

Religion has always been something private for me. In Pakistan there is one group that has always been living underground and is rarely talked about

Religion thai World

A Thai temple is out of monks now as all of them failed the drug test

What happened: On Nov 29, four monks, including an abbot, tested positive for methamphetamine at a temple in Phetchabun province’s Bung Sam Phan district, according

Blasphemy Editorial Politics

Mazari writes to UN about blasphemy laws being ‘used against’ PTI leaders

What happened: In a letter penned to special UN rapporteurs, dated 2 May, former human rights minister Shireen Mazari has requested for their intervention to

Blasphemy Crime

Karachi government school principal and peon accused of burning Islamiat textbooks freed of blasphemy charges

What happened: On Feb 8, sessions court cleared a government school headmaster, Javed Akhtar and a peon, Muhammad Shahid Khan of all charges related to

Blasphemy Crime Editorial

An appeal to subject Mashal Khan’s murderers to a ruthless sentence heard by the Supreme Court

What happened: On Jan 11, the Supreme Court accepted to hear a plea, filed by the government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa seeking to increase the sentences

Blasphemy Editorial World

PM Imran Khan applauds President Putin’s remarks against Islamophobia

What happened: On December 24, Prime Minister Imran Khan took on Twitter to praise Russian President, Vladimir Putin’s anti-Islamophobia remarks, saying that this statement reaffirms

Blasphemy Crime Editorial Politics Videos

PM announces Tamgha-i-Shujaat for Malik Adnan, the man who tried to save Priyantha Kumara

What happened:  Prime Minister Imran Khan has stated that Malik Adnan, who tried to save his Sri Lankan colleague from a mob in Sialkot will