Why not the dictatorial attitude of the family of military officers in Pakistan?

by Syed Atiq Al Hassan The abusive behavior of a woman with a police officer on the motorway is highly objectionable. The woman threatened that she was the wife of a colonel... Read more »

Repatriation of Sri Lankan Students from South Asia concludes

Colombo (Tribune International, Minister of Foreign Relations Release, 1 May 2020): With the arrival this evening (30 April) of UL 1188 carrying 125 Sri Lankan students from Kolkata, the operation to bring... Read more »

BJP Leader’s racist remarks against Muslims must be slammed

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia; One of the key leaders of the BJP ruling party in India, Subramanian Swamy, in a video interview, said that any country where Muslims are... Read more »

Pakistani students in Australia seek immediate help from the government of Pakistan

Pakistani students staying in Australia and Pakistani visitors need immediate attention from the government of Pakistan especially Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan. Several Pakistani students are studying in colleges and universities... Read more »

Pakistan and the Muslims in India

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan The aim to create the independent Muslim State of Pakistan was also to stand against the unjust and victimization if happens in any part of the world.... Read more »

India must play a role of an elder brother instead a rivalry in South Asia

Hostile behaviour could lead to Nuclear War By Syed Atiq ul Hassan It is not the only fact that India has issues with Pakistan, as a matter of reality India has problems... Read more »

Joint Investigation Report on former Pakistani President Zardari

The top level Joint Investigation Team in Pakistan has submitted its 128 pages report to the Supreme Court of Pakistan where former President of Pakistan Mr. Asif Ali Zardari has been found... Read more »

Negotiations and not violence can solve the Kashmir Dispute: Dr. Fai

Istanbul, Turkey. December 10, 2018. “Kashmir is internationally recognized as a disputed territory whose final status is yet to be determined by the people. This is a matter that urgently needs to... Read more »
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Air China introduces Brisbane to Beijing direct flights

Brisbane Airport welcomes new direct Air China flights to/from Beijing The first Air China flight from Beijing to Brisbane has landed safely at Brisbane Airport on December 11, setting new heights of... Read more »
A policeman takes a picture of a car burned during clashes near the Faizabad junction in Islamabad, Pakistan November 26, 2017. REUTERS/Caren Firouz.

Pakistan’s religious parties call off protests after minister resigns

Pakistani Islamists who clashed with police at the weekend have called off national protests after the resignation of Law Minister Zahid Hamid. After the weeks-long protest that paralysed the capital, the Pakistan... Read more »

Australia and Japan collaborate to unveil the secrets of hidden ‘continent’ of Zealandia

Scientists from Australia and Japan are attempting to unlock the secrets of the “lost continent” of Zealandia by investigating the huge underwater landmass east of Australia that has never been properly studied.... Read more »

Saudi prince killed in helicopter crash

Saudi deputy governor and 7 others killed in helicopter crash A helicopter carrying several Saudi officials, including a high-ranking prince, has crashed in the kingdom’s southwest near the border with Yemen, the... Read more »
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Australia and Malaysia strengthen maritime cooperation

Australia and Malaysia hold joint exercise covering vessel boarding and searching, search and rescue and safety of life at sea preparedness. The Malaysian Coast Guard (MCG) and the Australian Border Force (ABF)... Read more »
Australia's Sydney Opera House to turn gold for Diwali

Sydney Opera House turns gold for Diwali festival

The iconic sails of the Sydney Opera House tonight turned gold to mark the most widely celebrated Hindu festival, Diwali. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Multiculturalism Ray Williams hosted a community reception... Read more »
A still image from a video posted by the Taliban on social media on 19 December 2016 shows American Caitlan Coleman, left, speaking next to her husband, Joshua Boyle, and their two sons. Photograph: Handout/Reuters

Pakistan Army rescues US-Canadian family kidnapped in Afghanistan

Pakistan Army recovers Canadian-American family abducted in Afghanistan A kidnapped U.S.-Canadian couple and their three children born in captivity have been freed in Pakistan, nearly five years after the couple was abducted... Read more »
Organisers estimated 1500 people gathered on Bondi Beach on Saturday to protest the Adani mine. Photo: Stop Adani Campaign

Thousands protest across Australia against Adani mine

Nearly 70% of Australians oppose government loan for Adani mine – poll Large protests were held across Australia on Saturday against Indian mining giant Adani Enterprises’ proposed 16.5 billion dollars armichael coal... Read more »
Hurricane Irma's trail of destruction

Hurricane Irma weakens after leaving trail of destruction

Hurricane Irma weakens; officials urge patience for evacuees eager to return home Hurricane Irma finally weakened to just a big storm Monday night after it killed dozens of people, left residents and... Read more »
Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa in Australia

Pakistan Army Chief meets Australian military and civilian leaders

Pakistan Army Chief Gen Bajwa arrives in Australia on two-day visit CANBERRA – Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa is in Australia on a two-day official visit upon... Read more »
1000 killed, children beheaded, people burned alive in Myanmar

1000 killed, children beheaded, people burned alive in Myanmar

Whole villages destroyed as satellite spots devastation from above The number of people killed in the violence since August 25 in Myanmar has crossed 1,000, according to UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation... Read more »
India most corrupt country in Asia

India tops Forbes list of most corrupt Asian country

India most corrupt Asian country, Vietnam second: Forbes India tops the list of Asia’s most corrupt nation, according to a survey by Transparency International (TI), a Berlin-based anti-corruption watchdog. The Forbes article, which... Read more »
South Asia flood: Monsoon rain kills 1200 in India, Nepal and Bangladesh

South Asia flood: Monsoon rain kills 1200 in India, Nepal and Bangladesh

At least 41 million people affected in floods in India, Bangladesh and Nepal, UN says While the world’s attention has been on the devastation from Hurricane Harvey in Texas (US), devastatingng floods... Read more »
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Pakistan hoists ‘largest’ flag at Wagah Border on eve of Independence Day

Pakistan hoists South Asia’s largest flag at Wagha border To mark the country’s 70th Independence Day, Pakistan hoisted its largest flag in its history at Attari-Wagah border near Lahore. The flag is reported... Read more »
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi elected Prime Minister of Pakistan

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi elected as interim Prime Minister of Pakistan

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has sworn in as the Prime Minister of Pakistan after bagging with 221 votes from the 342-member National Assembly. Abbasi replaced the 67-year-old Nawaz Sharif, who was disqualified by... Read more »
A photo of Justine Damond from her web site. The Sydney, Australia, native lived with her fiance in the Fulton neighborhood of Minneapolis.

Australian woman killed in shooting by US police in Minneapolis

Australian woman Justine Damond killed in police shooting in Minneapolis, U.S. A 40-year-old Australian woman was fatally shot by police officer in Minneapolis in the United States. Her family members said called... Read more »