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· March, 2012

Stories about Pakistan from March, 2012

South Asia: Every Day Is Earth Hour for Us

Today many countries of the world are observing Earth Hour, an event to make people aware of the climate change by turning off their non-essential lights for one hour. Millions...

Pakistan: Demand for Independence of Sindh

A freedom march organized by one of the biggest Sindhi nationalist parties, has drawn a huge crowd in Karachi city. The news was either blocked or under-reported in most of...

Pakistan: Karachi launches campaign against TTP

Pakistan: Using Social Networking Sites To Incite Violence

Pakistan: Killing of Ahmadis To Be Made Legal?

Pakistan: Mir Zafar Ali was the first Pakistani to win an Oscar award

Pakistan: Ban And Politics

Pakistan: The Rise of a Union of Religious Radicals

A religious union by the name of Difa-e-Pakistan Council (DPC) has emerged as the representative of Pakistan's extreme right-wing parties. DPC is an umbrella term for 40 religious parities of...

Pakistan: Who Is Killing Shia Muslims?

Pakistan: Shia Genocide – Spreading From Karachi to Kohistan

The changing political course in Pakistan post-Osama Bin Laden denotes a new wave of terrorism unleashed on religious minorities, especially the Shiites. In the past year many Shiites spanning from...

Pakistan: An Oscar in Pakistan

Pakistani-Canadian journalist and documentary filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy recently won an Oscar award for the best documentary (short) film. Her investigative story titled Saving Faces shows the affects of acid...

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