Glasgow [Scotland], October 21 (ANI): The kidnapping of Sindh inspector general of police (IGP) and later arrest of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Mohammad Safdar Awan in Karachi might lead to Prime Minister Imran Khan's Watergate scandal as "IG police is under federal government", said a Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) activist.
Glasgow [Scotland], October 20 (ANI): Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan's political career is in serious trouble. The newly formed eleven political parties strong alliance called Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), which includes heavyweights such as the liberal centre-right Pakistan Muslim League (N) (PMLN), centre left social democrat Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and the conservative right-wing Deobandi Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazal ur Rehman (JUI-F) has posed a serious threat to the current Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) government.
New Delhi [India], October 20 (ANI): Advancing the date of India's partition and dispensing with the phased withdrawal of the British administration and its forces cost India dearly. The communal conflagration that ensued and the festering Kashmir dispute was no unintended consequences of this decision.
Karachi [Pakistan], October 19 (ANI): As thousands thronged Bagh-e Jinnah ground in Karachi on Sunday on the call of opposition alliance Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) to protest against the PTI government, a Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) activist said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has "lost" the city, considered the stronghold that helped him in winning 2018 elections.
Gilgit-Baltistan [PoK], October 18 (ANI): Sixteen people were killed on Sunday after a bus they were travelling in was crushed in a landslide on Skardu Road in Gilgit-Baltistan, Dawn reported citing Rondu Sub-divisional Police Officer (SDPO), Mohammad Hassan.
New Delhi [India], October 18 (ANI): Gilgit-Baltistan leader and activist Sajjad Raja on Saturday recalled the invasion of Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistan on October 22, 1947, and called for the day to be commemorated as the "Resistance Day."
The militant's father, who arrived at the spot shortly after forces apprehended his son, thanked the soldiers for facilitating his son's surrender. He was left teary-eyed and hugged his son, while expressing gratitude to the Army personnel. He was asked by one of the officers to ensure that his son does not fall astray again.