Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan strongly condemning the murder of Hindus in Taluka Chak, District Shikarpur by armed assailants said that the murders marked a sad day for Pakistan. In a…
Taking serious note, Hindu community has asked the federal government to take immediate steps to protect religious minorities in the country as it is responsibility of the government to provide complete protection…
The Peshawar High Court (PHC) on Thursday allowed the Hindu community to perform their religious obligations and rights of worship in the historic temple at tehsil Gorgatri. A two-member bench comprising PHC…
Thirty-seven Hindus comprising five families and residents of Thul, a small town in Jacobabad district, have left Pakistan for India to never come back because of security concerns. Despite tall claims of…
The mysterious disappearance of two Hindu businessmen from Mirpurkhas, home to over 90 percent of Pakistan’s three million Hindu citizens, has sparked not just fear among the community but discussions over whether…
Islamabad – Families of Scheduled Cast Hindus hailing from different areas of the country on Thursday said that despite the Supreme Court ruling of 23rdNovember 2010 to ensure the marriage registration right for Hindus, no measures had been taken so far in this regard.
While addressing a press conference here at National Press Club, chairman of Scheduled Cast Rights Movement of Pakistan (SCRM) Ramaish Jae Pal regretted the government’s failure to end ‘injustice’ against poor
KARACHI – The Pakistan Hindu Foundation (PHF) -A rights group representing the Hindus of Sindh – has demanded that Minority Affairs Minister Mohan Lal Kohistani should be sacked immediately as “he has failed to provide security to the Hindus of the province.”
PHF President DM Maharaj also announced that a protest drive would be launched against the Sindh government from March 10, if it does not meet the demand. “The PPP has always claimed that it believes in providing rights to
KARACHI – Kidnapping for ransom of minor children in the northern parts of Sindh notorious for crimes, particularly Kandhkot in Kashmore district, is becoming a lucrative business.
This was revealed in a detailed research study conducted by Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (SPARC) National Manager Salam Dharejo.
He informed that the majority of children kidnapped in the area were Hindus – the biggest religious minority of Pakistan.
QUETTA – Kidnapping of Hindus for ransom is creating a sense of insecurity, Balochistan Minister for Minorities and Human Rights Engineer Basant Lal Gulshun said while talking to reporters on Monday.
Basant Lal, a member of Balochistan assembly of Hindu community, said his community was concerned and very disturbed by the kidnapping of a prominent Hindu religious leader Mahraj Ko Sahain Lakhmi Garji from Kalat along with one of his relatives and the government needed to take
KARACHI – The Hindus in Pakistan would finally be able to have their marriages registered as the government has finalised arrangements to table the draft of the ‘Hindu Marriages Registration Bill’ in the next National Assembly session, sources in federal government told Pakistan Today.
To resolve legal technicalities in the bill, the Pakistani government has invited a 10-member delegation of prominent Indian lawyers. The delegation led by Solicitor General of India Gopal
PESHAWAR: An amount of Rs 2.5 million has been allocated by the Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa government for the renovation and preservation of Hindu temple in Gorghathari, Peshawar High Court was informed on Tuesday.
A sample application had been filed by Phool Vati, a Hindu woman, pleading before the Peshawar High Court that the temple had been declared their personal property in 1955 but was occupied by the provincial government. The local Hindus will not be able to celebrate the
KARACHI: The Hindus throughout Sindh have made all the preparations to celebrate the biggest Hindu festival of Diwali or Deepawali, which would be celebrated on Friday, November, 05.
Diwali, the festival of lights, is celebrated every year between mid-October and mid-November, to remember the return of Hindu god Rama to his kingdom Ayodhya from the forest, after 14 years of exile. It also celebrates Rama’s success in a war against the ‘devil’ king of Lanka, Raavan. Hindus, Sikhs