Pakistan floods: One third of the country is under water

Pakistan is currently battling its worst monsoon floods in a decade, which has killed more than 1,100 people, caused more than USD 10 billion in damages and submerged nearly a third of the country. Also, the United Nations issued a ..



What is Sir Creek Issue between India and Pakistan?

Recently at the WION’s Global Summit held in Dubal, the Pakistan representative, Minister Kasturi recalled Sir Creeek Pact. The summit was organized under the theme Theme: Navigating and Negotiating Global Imperatives What is Sir Creek issue? The issue between India ..



The Ajrak block printed shawls of the Sindh region found mention in the Prime Minister’s Mann ki Baat 2.0 address. What is Ajrak? Ajrak is a unique block printed shawl which is considered as a symbol of Sindhi culture and ..

Pakistan to send report on forceful conversion of 2 kidnapped Hindu girls

Sushma Swaraj, External Affairs minister has asked Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan to send a report on incident where 2 minority Hindu girls were kidnapped on Holi in Sindh province. The 2 girls, 13 year-old Raveena and 15-year old Reena were ..

India boycotts Pakistan National Day Events

India has boycotted the events of the Pakistan National Day in protest against the invitation to Hurriyat leaders for the National Day reception being held at New Delhi. India has strongly objected to the direct engagement of Pakistan with Hurriyat ..


Krishna Kumari Kohli becomes first-ever Thari Hindu woman to be elected to Senate of Pakistan

Krishna Kumari Kohli has become the first-ever Thari Hindu woman to be elected to the Senate of Pakistan in March 2018 and chaired the session of the Upper House of Parliament on the occasion of the International Women’s Day (IWD-2019). ..