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Dawn - Twin protests suspend life in Islamabad

Islamabad, 18 August 2014. Twin protests demanding the Pakistani government step down have wreaked havoc in the capital, Islamabad, where commuters must circumvent shipping containers and barbed wire to get to work, protesters knock on people’s doors to use the bathroom, and garbage is piling up. 492 more words


The Tribune - Time ripe for political alternative: AAP’s Yadav

Sarbjit Dhaliwal, Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, August 16. Aam Aadmi Party ideologue and senior leader Yogendra Yadav said here on Friday that the ground in the country was fertile to sow the seeds of a political alternative to mainstream parties such as the Congress and the BJP. 292 more words


The Tribune - Peaceniks urge India, Pakistan to de-escalate tension

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, August 14. The Hind-Pakistan Dosti Manch today prayed for better ties between India and Pakistan while urging both governments to de-escalate tension and restore peace. 359 more words


The Hindu - Criminal justice process itself a punishment, says CJI

‘Our prisons house more undertrial prisoners than convicts’

Krishnadas Rajagopal

New Delhi, 15 August 2014.  The criminal justice delivery system had failed so much so that the process itself had become a punishment, Chief Justice of India R.M. 369 more words


The Tribune - Embattled Sharif reaffirms support to ‘Kashmir cause’; Storm at home as Imran, Qadri begin separate march to Islamabad

New Delhi/Islamabad, August 14. On Pakistan’s Independence Day, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif raked up Kashmir, amid a rising storm back home: Thousands of protesters, spearheaded by two powerful leaders, began a march towards the Capital in an attempt to topple the government. 258 more words


BBC News - Pakistan clashes after 'shots fired' at Imran Khan

Islamabad, 15 August 2014. Clashes have erupted in Pakistan after an attack on a convoy of protesters heading to the capital Islamabad, led by opposition politician Imran Khan. 372 more words


Dal Khalsa to Sikhs: Don't celebrate 15th August, it's a black day

Honour all broken promises made by Hindu leaders before and after transfer of power in 1947: Dal Khalsa to GOI

Forwarded to Sikh News Discussing by Harjinder Singh < 685 more words