A recent Friday morning before dawn, a Volvo coach slipped out of New Delhi’s Ambedkar bus terminal under armed guard, the sirens of a police convoy wailing. Carrying a mix of Indian and Pakistani tourists, the bus, emblazoned with the flags of both countries and the phrase ‘Sada-e-Sarhad’ (Call of the Frontier), is one of the few remaining transport links between the nuclear-armed neighbours.
Khalid Hameed, an English professor at the Government Sadiq Egerton College in Bahawalpur, was preparing for the farewell party when one of his students attacked him with a dagger, police said. read more
In a statement, the Punjab home department said that it had taken over the headquarters of the JuD and the FIF and that it had taken over the madrassas and facilities of the banned groups, adding that the implementation of the National Action Plan (NAP)... read more
A group of 28 Chinese tourists, a couple from Afghanistan, a family from Baramulla in Kashmir and a bunch of travellers from Delhi were among the scores of passengers stranded at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) Wednesday due to airspace... read more