April 28, 2020

Study finds that a record 50 million people were internally displaced in 2019

The Norwegian Refugee Council’s Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) published annual statistics that calculated 45.7 million people were internally displaced by the end of 2019 due to violence in 61 countries – making them refugees in their own countries. Disasters had further displaced 5.1 million people in 96 countries. The stats for 2019 are record […]

April 28, 2020

More than 700 have died in Iran after drinking alchohol to cure coronavirus

Warning: Misinformation regarding Covid-19 can be dangerous. WHO has uploaded the following statement to their list of Myth Busters for Covid-19 – “Drinking alcohol does not protect you against COVID-19 and can be dangerous” The national coroner’s authority has confirmed that 728 Iranians died between February 20th and April 7th due to ingestion of toxic […]

April 27, 2020

New Zealand becomes first country to declare Covid-19 ‘currently eliminated’

New Zealand has stated that it has currently eliminated the coronavirus by stopping community transmission of Covid-19. The country has only reported cases in single digits for days, and on Sunday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the virus was “currently” eliminated. What are the officials saying? The news emerges as New Zealand transitions out of […]

April 6, 2020

Haunting images show lonely funerals of Covid-19 patients from around the world

The coronavirus pandemic has left humanity utterly helpless. Not only are we helpless to stop the spread of the disease, we are also unable to console our loved ones in their last moments. The pandemic is preventing people from burying our loved ones as per cultural norms and rituals. During this time, families and friends […]

April 1, 2020

Experts from Harvard and Yale explain how long the coronavirus survives on different surfaces

A recent report from the CDC from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that Coronavirus RNA was found on the Diamond Princess ship 17 days after the passengers had vacated the premises-the news is making may question what the risks are when it comes to handling “high-touch” surfaces. In conversation with The […]

June 19, 2019

All That Has Happened In International Politics In the Last 24 Hours

19 June 2019 Iran has announced that it had dismantled a US spy network, after The US deployed 1,000 more troops to the Middle East Tehran’s announcement came a day after it said its uranium stockpile would on June 27 surpass a limit agreed in the 2015 nuclear deal, a multilateral agreement Washington unilaterally abandoned […]

Pulwana Attack
February 21, 2019

Talking Points Post the Pulwama Attack

On the 14th of February, as the rest of the world celebrated Valentine’s Day, a terrible tragedy struck the heart of the already volatile Kashmir region. An SUV carrying more than 750 lbs. of explosives attacked a military convoy carrying Indian CRPF troops, killing 40 personnel. In the immediate aftermath of the attack, the predictable […]

November 19, 2018

5 things that happened over the weekend

If you’ve been out of the loop recently and don’t know what has been going on, then don’t worry. PG brings to you a summary of all that happened over the weekend. Faiz International Festival Last weekend, Lahore witnessed the 4th Faiz Festival to celebrate the life and works of the famous poet. The event […]

November 11, 2018

China’s AI News Anchor is an Invention We Can All Do Without

The Xinhua News Agency, also known as the New China News Agency, is the official state-run agency of the People’s Republic of China and is the biggest and most influential media organisation of the nation. Not only is the Xinhua News Agency the biggest in the world in terms of correspondents worldwide but on November […]

November 6, 2018

The Battle of The Sri Lankan Prime Ministers

The political climate in Sri Lanka has been particularly tense since President Maithripala Sirisena sacked the sitting Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on October 26th and replaced him with Mahinda Rajapaksa – a two-time controversial former President. Sirisena said he fired Wickremesinghe after an informant informed the police that a Cabinet minister was included in a […]

October 22, 2018

International Cricketers Allegedly Involved In Spot Fixing; Al Jazeera Reveals

News of spot fixing taking place has become increasingly common since the past few years. Although it doesn’t determine the overall result of the game, it still affects a part of it. Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit has unveiled evidence of corruption occurring at increasing levels in international cricket through a documentary which was released on […]

September 24, 2018

Swat is More Valuable to Our Culture Than We Know

The Swat Valley, often also called the paradise of Pakistan dates to 2000 years ago when it was part of the Buddhist kingdom of Gandhara. In late 2007, the self-governing state of Swat became a part of Pakistan. Swat is the hub of an uncanny lifestyle, the unique fashion choices and the growth of modernity […]

September 21, 2018

How were Muharram Processions Different in the 19th Century?

Muharram is the first month of the Islamic calendar and one that represents a sense of loss and mourning and not celebration. Muharram marks the historical Karbala that took place in 680AD. Several prominent primitive Muslims lost their lives including Imam Hussain, Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) grandson. During the month of Muharram, especially the 9th […]

September 18, 2018

How is International Cricket Effected by a Brown Player Being Called ‘Osama’ on the Field?

English cricketer and all-rounder Moeen Ali recently claimed that he was referred to as Osama back in 2015 by a fellow cricketer from the Australian team. Since this statement was released recently in Ali’s new autobiography, the Australian cricket board has launched a thorough investigation on the matter calling it unacceptable. Ali claims that this […]

August 17, 2018

Medical Students Can Now Study at NYU Tuition Free

New York University School of Medicine has recently announced that all medical students will now no longer be required to pay the tuition fees. The cited reason for this change is the ‘overwhelming debt’ that often requires a lifetime for the student to pay off. The fear of debt has resulted in several capable individuals to […]

July 22, 2018

Global Powers Turn a Keen Eye Towards Pakistan As Election Day Draws to a Close

The fateful Election Day is a mere 3 days away and as anticipated several covertly asked questions are coming into light. Given the history of Pakistan’s general elections, people have raised major concerns about how the impartiality and transparency of the elections will be contained. Though several people claim that foreign powers will not influence […]

June 17, 2018

11 Unique Ways Eid Is Celebrated Across The Globe

Eid is a festival even the hardest of cynics will probably want to come out and celebrate. Not just because of the sanctity of tradition, but because there are so many different things happening on Eid, there is always something you can keep yourself occupied with. From dressing up in your absolute best to greeting a […]

May 16, 2018

Laila al-Ghandour – the Unfortunate Poster Child of Palestine’s Suffering

After the launch of the US embassy in Jerusalem earlier this week, Israeli forces attacked a group of Palestinian protestor along the Gaza Strip. The resulting bloodbath claimed at least 58 lives and injured 1000’s others. The Israel-Palestine conflict started in 1948 and has led to innumerable deaths, with each event more tragic than the […]

March 29, 2018

Pakistanis on the Forbes 30 under 30 list and more!

When it comes to international media coverage, Pakistan is not so fortunate and always draws the shorter straw. Therefore, it is always a pleasure when the country is highlighted in a positive light. Forbes just released the 30 under 30 2018 Asia list and 9 Pakistanis are featured in it! Meet the young people making […]

March 9, 2018

Journalism in Pakistan- The Transition

The History The roots of journalism in Pakistan can be traced back to 1857 War era, long before independence.  Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was the founding father of the journalistic philosophy of our country. After the war, British treated Muslims with discrimination because they thought of Muslims as the main culprits of the mutiny. To […]

February 26, 2018

All the Prophet’s Men

Disclaimer: Any views expressed in this article belong solely to the writer and are not a reflection of the views supported by ProperGaanda itself. Michael Hart had to make a difficult decision when deciding on the most influential person in history. Alas, Michael made a decision. It had to be the Prophet of Islam. It […]

February 23, 2018

Daily Digestible News- February 23, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Multan Sultans win PSL’s opening match in Dubai, Pakistan to reportedly suffer massive power sector losses in 2018, Musharraf to head a party in 2018 Elections, and more! Multan Sultans win opening match in PSL Pakistan to suffer massive power sector losses this year Nawaz Sharif accuses ‘them’ of keeping […]

February 15, 2018

Daily Digestible News- 15 February, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News Covering: Nisar Ali Khan responds to allegations, India and China in a bidding struggle over a stake in Bangladesh Stock Exchange, Senate recommends extradition of former PIA CEO, and more!   Nisar Ali Khan says decision to travel via Motorway was a party decision Ahsan Iqbal says unilateral decisions by the US […]

February 11, 2018

Daily Digestible News- February 11, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Pak-Afghan talks make little headway, sit-in protest over Naqeebullah Mehsud’s murder ends, top Saudi cleric says women need not wear an abaya, and more!  Afghanistan thinks its priorities are not being addressed in latest rounds of Pak-Afghan talks Sit-in protest over Naqeebullah’s murder ends Top cleric says Saudi women need […]

February 2, 2018

Daily Digestible News- February 3, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: PPP Minster’s death being deemed a suicide, PMLN Senator says his actions in the viral video were misconstrued, 90 dead in latest migrant tragedy off the coast of Libya, and more!  Police say PPP Minister’s cause of death appears to be suicide At least 90 dead in the latest migrant tragedy […]

January 27, 2018

Daily Digestible News- January 27, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Mamoon Hussain looks into imprisonment of a Pakistani abroad, updates in Zainab’s rape and murder case, import of vehicles surges by 70%, and more!   Mamnoon Hussain looks into imprisonment of Pakistani citizen in an Indonesian jail Report confirms prime suspect in Zainab’s rape and murder case did not maintain bank accounts […]

January 24, 2018

Daily Digestible News- January 24, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Key suspect arrested in Zainab’s rape and murder case, Naqeebullah’s death declared an extrajudicial killing, Aamir Liaquat launches his own news channel, and more! Shahbaz Sharif announces arrest of key suspect in Zainab’s rape and murder case Naqeebullah Mehsud’s death declared to be an extrajudicial killing Women’s Action Forum Karachi chapter asks […]

January 22, 2018

Daily Digestible News- January 22, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Parents of girls raped and murdered in Kasur plead for justice, updates in Naqeebullah Mehsud’s murder case, Pir Hameeduddin Sialvi sets another deadline for shariah enforcement in Pakistan, and more!  Parents of 8 girls who were raped and murdered in Kasur plead for justice Pir Hameeduddin Sialvi sets yet another […]

January 20, 2018

Daily Digestible News- January 20, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: The US urges Pakistan to prosecute Hafiz Saeed, new CCTV footage released in Zainab’s rape and murder case, tourist-friendly countries now being allowed on arrival Pakistani visas, and more!  The US urges Pakistan to prosecute Hafiz Saeed “to the fullest extent of the law” Man arrested in Kattarian for allegedly repeatedly […]

January 19, 2018

Daily Digestible News- January 19, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: NA condemns Sheikh Rashid and PTI for cursing parliament, a teenage boy shot dead in family monetary dispute, India successfully test fires nuclear-capable missile, and more!  NA condemns Sheikh Rashid and PTI for openly cursing parliament at Lahore rally Committee investigates killing of Naqeebullah who was allegedly shot in a “staged […]

January 16, 2018

Daily Digestible News- January 16, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: PIA’s privatization process approaches finalization, four Pakistani soldiers martyred in shelling across LOC, American diplomat acknowledges Pakistan’s efforts anti-terrorism efforts, and more!  PIA’s core business to be sold off by April 15 to finalize privatization Four Pakistani soldiers martyred following shelling across LOC in Azad Jammu and Kashmir Lahore High […]

January 11, 2018

Daily Digestible News- January 11, 2018

Updates on threat assessment for Pakistan from the US  The US State Department on Wednesday issued four new levels of threat assessments for its citizens — from normal precautions to no travel — but kept Pakistan in the third category of ‘reconsider travel’. (Source: Dawn News) Serial killer behind Zainab’s rape and murder case  The […]

January 9, 2018

Daily Digestible News- January 9, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Pentagon releases instructions for Pakistan to resume aid, Pakistan Military goes after the Taliban, Iran calls on Muslim countries to unite against the US, and more!  Pentagon tells Pakistan what it needs to do for the United States to resume funding Pakistan Military goes after the Taliban China backs Pakistan […]

January 8, 2018

Daily Digestible News- January 8, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Balochistan CM seeks Nawaz Sharif’s help, Aizaz Chaudhry says Islamabad seeks clarification over Washington’s controversial ‘religious freedom’ statement, Khawaja Asif claims Pakistan does not have an alliance with the US, and more! Balochistan CM seeks Nawaz Sharif’s help in countering a no-confidence motion against himself Aizaz Chaudhry says Islamabad seeks […]

January 8, 2018

Imran Khan Vs. The People

Disclaimer: The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of ProperGaanda. Once again, the Pakistan Tehreek-i-insaaf leader, Imran Khan, is facing national criticism. His personal life was recently considered ‘news’ and discussed nation-wide. The fiasco led to Imran Khan admitting to proposing marriage to Bushra […]

January 6, 2018

Daily Digestible News- January 6, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: SC dismisses the petition to reopen Hudaibiya Paper Mills case, updates on Trump’s Twitter fiasco, Imran Khan calls out the Sharif brothers, and more!  SC dismisses petition to reopen Hudaibiya Paper Mills case Foreign Office says Pakistani officials were awaiting further details from the US on “Security Cooperation” Aizaz Ahmad […]

December 31, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 31, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Updates on Sharif’s Saudia Arabia trip, Fazlur Rehman calls for province status for FATA, PTI announces rally in support of Sugarcane producers in Karachi, and more!  Nawaz Sharif to discuss national interest matters on trip to Saudia Arabia  Ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday arrived in Saudi Arabia where […]

December 29, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 29, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Khawaja Asif says Indian spy’s family meeting was arranged on humanitarian grounds, China clarifies that Afghanistan’s inclusion in CPEC benefits entire region, Saira Naseer’s son confesses to murdering his mother, and more!  Khawaja Asif asserts that Indian spy’s meeting with family was arranged on humanitarian grounds DG ISPR says “It […]

December 27, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 27, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Foreign Office’s clarification regarding confiscation of Indian spy’s wife’s shoes, Foreign Office condemns ‘unprovoked ceasefire violation’, Cabinet approves amendments to cybercrime law, and more!   Foreign office clarifies that shoes of the Indian spy’s wife were confiscated as a security concern Foreign office summons Indian Deputy High Commissioner to condemn ‘unprovoked […]

December 26, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 26, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: 3 soldiers martyred across LOC after Indian Forces opened fire, Indian spy thanks Pakistan for arranging a meeting with family, Hafiz Saeed opens MML office in NA-120, and more!  ISPR confirms that 3 soldiers were martyred when Indian forces opened fire across the Line of Control Convicted Indian spy thanks Pakistan government […]

December 25, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 25, 2017

Today’s daily news in digestible bullets covering; 3 FC personnel martyred, Rabbani responds to Pence, Nawaz reluctant to name Shahbaz as party’s PM candidate and more Daily News 1 3 FC personnel martyred in IED explosion in North Waziristan Daily News 2 Rabbani slams Pence’s remarks Daily News 3 Muslims help perform last rituals of […]

December 22, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 22, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Senate approves protection bill for transgender persons, Hindu girl abducted and forcibly converted in Thar, UN votes to reject Trump’s Jerusalem decision, and more!  Breaking News: Senate standing committee approves protection bill for transgender persons Nuclearisation of Indian ocean undermining South Asia’s strategic stability: NCA Erdogan says the US must […]

December 21, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 21, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: World Bank approves infrastructure loan for Pakistan, PM breaks ground on Hyundai Nishat vehicle assembly plant, UAE denies reports of visa suspension for Pakistanis, and more! World Bank approves 825 m loans for infrastructure in Pakistan PM Abbassi breaks ground on Hyundai Nishat vehicle assembly plant in Faisalabad UAE rubbishes reports […]

December 19, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 19, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Janjua accuses the US of stirring unrest in South Asia, Sindh officials in trouble, US vetoes UN decision on Jerusalem, and more! National Security Advisor Janjua accuses the US of fomenting unrest in South Asia Sindh officials in trouble again! U.S vetoes UN resolution rejecting Trump’s Jerusalem decision The US […]

December 18, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 18, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Attack on Quetta church kills 9, Taliban attacks police in Afghanistan killing 11, thousands rally in Pakistan to show solidarity with Palestinians, and more!  9 killed, 30 injured in Quetta’s Bethel Memorial Methodist Church suicide blast Taliban insurgents attack police in Afghanistan, killing at least 11 Thousands rally in Lahore and […]

December 17, 2017

Daily Digestible News – December 17, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Tareen resigns from PTI, PIA submits reports regarding Heroin case of 2015, PM pays respects to APS martyrs, and more! Jahangir Tareen resigns as General Secretary of PTI  PIA submits report to Senate regarding heroin found on board an aircraft in 2015 PM Abbasi pays his respects to the martyrs […]

December 14, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 14, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: PM Abbasi comments on lack of OIC solidarity, Ayaz Sadiq deems democratic continuity necessary for country’s institutions, Army declares support for mainstreaming FATA, and more!  Prime Minister Abbasi comments on lack of solidarity shown by OIC NA Speaker Ayaz Sadiq says democratic continuity is necessary to strengthen the country’s institutions […]

December 10, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 10, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Massive fire in KP destroying forests, firing across LOC, Ministry of Information takes steps in accordance with National Action Plan, and more! Massive fire continues to spread in KP’s Shangla district, destroying forests in its wake Trouble on the LOC again State Bank of Pakistan will now let the currency […]

December 9, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 9, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Pakistan granting permission to Indian spy’s parents to visit, China warns citizens in Pakistan to be on alert, Security Council criticizes US announcement regarding Jerusalem and more!  Pakistan grants permission to alleged Indian spy’s parents to visit him China warns it’s citizens residing in Pakistan to be on alert Security Council […]

December 6, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 6, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Explosive device targeting army kills 6 in N. Waziristan, SC says minority faith groups should feel their rights are secure in Pakistan and more! Explosive device targeting army recruits kills 6 in North Waziristan Supreme Court: minority faith groups should feel their rights are the most secure in Pakistan. COAS […]

December 4, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 4, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Govt’s announcement of zero load-shedding in parts of the country, CIA says it will act is Pakistan doesn’t destroy safe havens, Nawaz Sharif’s accountability court hearing and more! Breaking News: Govt announces zero load-shedding in parts of country U.S will act if Pakistan does not destroy safe havens: CIA Nawaz […]

December 1, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 1, 2017

Today’s Digestible News covering: Terrorist firing at the Agriculture Directorate and managing to enter the hostel’s premises, Bilawal’s call for maintaining a democratic law, 88 school girls forced to strip in an Indian School, JI calls for an investigation into the matter of Khuttam-e-Nubuwat incident and more Breaking News: Terrorists have managed to enter the […]

November 28, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 28, 2017

Today’s dose of the daily digestible news covers Sharif’s postponement of his rally in Baluchistan, PM assures Riyadh of support in peace talks, the government is held responsible in the aftermath of Faizabad protests and much more! Digestible News No. 1 The government is being held responsible for mishandling the Faizabad protest Digestible News No. […]

November 24, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 24, 2017

Here is your daily dose of the digestible news covering: Opposition asks for Saad Rafique’s resignation, Capital strategises to end Faizabad sit-in, a Four year old student loses eyesight due to alleged abuse by Principal and much more! Digestible News No 1: Opposition demands resignation of Saad Rafique Digestible News No 2: Persian can unlock […]

November 22, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 22, 2018

Here is your daily dose of the Digestible News covering Putin’s talks with Assad, approval of CPEC’s long-term plan, sharp increase in health costs in Pakistan and much more! Digestible News No 1: Pakistan calls for negotiated end to Afghan war Digestible News No 2: Sharp increase in health costs seen in Pakistan Digestible News […]

November 13, 2017

Daily Digestible News- November 13, 2017

Here is your dose of Daily Digestible News covering PML-N’s contestation of SC’s decision to re-open Hudaibya Paper Mills case, the lynching of a Muslim man in India, developments in Parveen Rehman murder case, and more! PML-N: Supreme Court’s decision to reopen Hudaibya Paper Mills case unjustified Digestible News 01: Following a meeting between ousted […]

November 9, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 9,2017

Here’s your daily dose of Digestible News covering: bus accident in Chakwal, consolidation of the MQM and PSP, Trump holds talks in China and more! Bus falls in ravine near Chakwal killing 24, injuring 67 Digestible News 01: A bus fell into a ravine near Dhoke Pathan village on Pindigheb-Talagang Road at around 9 pm […]

November 8, 2017

Daily Digestible News- November 8, 2017

Here’s your daily dose of Digestible News covering: mild earthquake in Quetta, assurance from the US that no group will attack Pakistan from Afghan soil, Pak-Iran agreement to enhance security and intelligence sharing, and more! Quetta and vicinity hit by mild earthquake Digestible News 01: A mild earthquake with a magnitude of 4.2 on the Richter […]

November 7, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 7, 2017

Here is your daily dose of Digestible News covering Gen Bajwa’s meeting with Iran’s president, ‘Paradise Papers’, Pakistan’s chance of regional peace talks with India using US as a mediator and more!   General Bajwa discusses regional security issues with Iran’s president Digestible News No. 1: Chief of army staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa […]

November 6, 2017

Daily Digestible News – November 6, 2017

Here is your daily dose of Digestible News covering the arrest of the suspect for spreading a bomb scare, Texas church shooting, case against Hamid Mir and more! Suspect arrested for spreading bomb scare in SHC building Digestible News 01: Police on Sunday claimed to have arrested a suspect from the outskirts of Karachi who […]

November 5, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 5, 2017

Here is your daily dose of Digestible News covering the Foreign Minister’s take on Martial Law, Ishaq Dar’s hospitalization, investigation into the unmarked graves in Kashmir, and much more! Missile from Yemen intercepted near Riyadh airport Digestible News No.1: Saudi Arabia on Saturday intercepted and destroyed a ballistic missile near Riyadh’s international airport after it […]

November 4, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 4, 2017

Here’s your daily dose of Digestible News covering the reopening of Intra-Kashmir trade, new appointment of Council of Islamic Ideology chairman, excerpts from Osama bin Laden’s daughter’s journal, and much more! Following a 4 month gap, trade to resume from Tetrinote-Chakan da Bagh crossing point of Kashmir Daily Digestible News No. 1: On July 7, […]

November 3, 2017

Jinnah’s daughter and Pakistan’s sibling passes away

On Thursday, at the age of 98, the daughter of Pakistan’s founding father, Dina Wadia passed away in New York. The demise of Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s daughter has struck a chord in the heart’s of Pakistanis everywhere. It reminds us of the wound Pakistan endured at the loss of the Quaid and perhaps the slow […]

November 3, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 3 ,2017

Here’s your daily dose of Digestible News covering the death of Dina Wadia, JI’s criticism of co-education in KPK, Nawaz Sharif’s return to Pakistan, and much more! Dina Wadia, Jinnah’s only child passes away in New York Digestible News No.1: Dina Wadia, Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Rattanbai Petit’s daughter, and only child passed away at the […]

November 2, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 2, 2017

Here is your daily dose of Digestible News covering CIA’s release of materials seized in the 2011 Bin Laden raid, Khawaja Asif’s speech, PPP’s lashing out at NAB, and much more! CIA releases a new chunk of materials seized in the 2011 Bin Laden raid Digestible News No.1: The United States Central Intelligence Agency on […]

October 31, 2017

Daily Digestible News-October 31, 2017

Here is your daily dose of Digestible News covering Ahsan Iqbal’s FB post, Qandeel Baloch’s murder case trial, Bilawal’s interview and more!   Ahsan Iqbal states that hidden forces are pushing Pakistan towards democratic instability Digestible News No. 1: On a facebook post, Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal stated that, “Pakistan’s history has oscillated between decades […]

October 30, 2017

3 cases of Arab hypocrisy that were lost on Pakistanis

There is an unspoken romance between Pakistanis and Arabs from around the world; it transcends political matters of the state and has to do more with the social dynamics between the common man of the two regions. Most Pakistani’s, if not all, are utterly fascinated with the Arabian culture. The glitz and glamour of  Dubai […]

October 29, 2017

Daily Digestible News-October 29, 2017

Nisar defends PML-N against “rumors” of forward block once again Ex Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar addressed a group in Kallar Syedan recently- once again, defending PML-N against accusations about a forward block in the political party. His statements were noted, as rumours had circulated earlier that after Nisar’s lack of support for party leader Nawaz […]

October 28, 2017

Daily Digestible News-October 28, 2017

Train blast near Bolan injures six On Friday morning, the Lahore-bound Akber Bugti Express was targeted near Bolan’s Hirak area via a remote-controlled device- injuring at least six passengers and damaging the train’s compartment number nine. Unidentified men planted a remote-controlled explosive device next to the railway track near the Mach Station that exploded when the […]

October 26, 2017

Daily Digestible News-October 27, 2017

ECP drops contempt petitions against PTI chief, Imran Khan Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) chief, Imran Khan, appeared before the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) nearly two weeks after the issuance of non-bailable arrest warrants against him in connection with two contempt petitions. The PTI counsel, Babar Awan, argued during the hearing that Khan had apologized twice […]

October 26, 2017

The ruling dead man of Sindh

On the 18th of October 2017, Hyderabad was awaiting the re-birth of her son. She felt burdened and sweaty, pushing her limits to another second, another minute and then another hour to bring him into the world. For her incumbents, it was a time of great celebration as waiting for a son is perhaps more […]

October 26, 2017

Daily Digestible News- October 26, 2017

Pakistan is upfront with the US, it’s time to accept the defeat in Afghanistan During a brief visit to Islamabad, United States Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson along with his delegation met with Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif along with Pakistan’s top civil and military rulers- where Asif stated that Pakistan will cooperate with the US […]

October 25, 2017

Daily Digestible News- October 25, 2017

Abbasi meets Shahbaz as calls for PML-N leadership change rise In Lahore on Tuesday night, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi met with Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif amidst growing calls for a leadership change in the ruling Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N). The two discussed the possible stepping down of ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif as […]

October 24, 2017

Daily Digestible News-October 24, 2017

Tillerson presses Pakistan to act against terrorist ‘safe havens’ On Tuesday, United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will visit Islamabad where he will emphasize cooperation in fighting extremists and driving them out of their hideouts on Pakistani soil by Pakistani officials and its importance to maintaining a good relationship with the US. On his […]

October 21, 2017

Daily Digestible News-October 21, 2017

Missing journalist Zeenat Shahzadi recovered after more than two years Zeenat Shahzadi, a journalist who went missing in 2015 has been recovered by security forces near the Pak-Afghan border, said officials on Friday. Prior to her disappearance, Shahzadi who raised a voice for missing victims had been on the trail of an Indian citizen Hamid […]

October 19, 2017

Daily Digestible News- October 20, 2017

Nawaz, Maryam and Capt. Safdar plead ‘not guilty’ when indicted in NAB references Ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam Nawaz and her husband retired Captain Safdar pleaded not guilty when indicted by an accountability court in Islamabad on Thursday regarding a reference pertaining to the Avenfield flats filed against them by the National […]

October 19, 2017

Pakistani Liberals Meet for Moot in London because of Threats to Free-thinkers Back Home

Why would several prominent liberal, progressive and nationalist intellectuals, human rights and social media activists and public figures from Pakistan have to gather in London for a conference to chart out Pakistan’s future, rather than in Islamabad, Karachi or Lahore? Because in Pakistan, the future of free speech is looking bleaker than ever. Last weekend, […]

October 19, 2017

ٍFor The Love Of God, End The Stigma!

Not only are world maps incredibly useful visual tools for depicting information but they are also often used by global health organizations for the purpose of public health dissemination and knowledge translation. For instance, the World Health Organization (WHO) provides a world map divided into six regions. Each region illustrates the prevalence of HIV among […]

October 18, 2017

Daily Digestible News- October 19, 2017

India can help ‘keep an eye’ on Pakistan: US Ambassador to the UN In her address to the United States-India Friendship Council in Washington on Tuesday, US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has said that India can help the US in keeping an eye on Pakistan, as Washington cannot tolerate any government that shelters […]

October 16, 2017

Daily Digestible News- October 16, 2017

Nawaz Sharif denounces Capt. Safdars anti-Ahmadi remarks Following Prime Minister Khaqan Abbasi disowning Capt. Safdar’s anti-Ahmadi remarks made in the National Assembly on Oct 10, Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif said that “Any negative expression in this regard has nothing to do with the ideology and policy of the PML-N”. “I declare it in categorical […]

September 20, 2017

The Daily Digestible News- September 20, 2017

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Meets with Mike Pence The meeting was held on the sidelines of the 72nd UNGA session in New York. Both agreed to work together to continue the bilateral relationship of the countries and discussed matters relating to peace and stability in Afghanistan and the region. President of Afghanistan adresses the UN Ashraf […]

September 19, 2017

Today’s News in Digestible Bullets

After the case was filed on 14 Nov 2014 by Akbar S. Babar, PTI was ordered by the ECP on December 1 of last year to submit its accounts or face ‘legal consequences’-following numerous chances given to the party to submit its financial details. On Monday, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf submitted financial documents and details of funds […]

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