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The power of hate speech

Yasmeen Aftab Ali

“Your freedom ends where my nose begins.” The power of hate speech which can merge with incitement to violence can be horrific. No wonder most civilized countries in the world make an

Editorials

Will MQM Pakistan disown Altaf Hussain?

Letting go of the apron strings is tougher than it looks   No party seeking guidance from Altaf Hussain can be allowed to function in Pakistan after his recent invective against the country. The interior

National

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Aitzaz believes MQM still belongs to Altaf Hussian

PPP stalwart says Rangers should not be involved in changing political affiliations Opposition Leader in Senate Aitzaz Ahsan on Monday criticised the Rangers-led operation in Karachi, saying it will only benefit the

Foreign

INDIAN KASHMIR

Teacher in Indian-held Kashmir starts makeshift schools

Wedding halls and prayer rooms have been turned into classrooms in Indian-administered Kashmir as families struggle to provide children with a normal life after more than 50 days of the Muslim-majority region’s

Sports

City

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Minister orders steps as Congo threat looms large

  Dozens of small, non-formal and makeshift cattle markets in different parts of the city have become a serious threat of spread of Congo virus. Cattles traders are wandering in different parts

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Minister orders steps as Congo threat looms large

  Dozens of small, non-formal and makeshift cattle markets in different parts of the city have become a serious threat of spread of Congo virus. Cattles traders are wandering in different parts

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Roof collapse kills one in Lahore

At least one person was killed as the roof of a house collapsed in Raiwind area of Lahore after heavy rain. The incident occurred in Ali Raza Abad area of Raiwind due

Arts & Entertainment

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More than 300 reindeer killed by lightning in Norway

More than 300 wild reindeer have been killed by lightning in southern Norway, Norwegian officials said Monday, in the largest such incident known to date. The 323 reindeer, including 70 young, were

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