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Expert who predicted Rwandan genocide warns same could happen in India against Muslims

The founder of Genocide Watch, Dr Gregory Stanton, who had predicted a genocide in Rwanda years before it took place in 1994 has warned of an impending genocide of Muslims in India, comparing the situation of the country under the Narendra Modi government to events in Myanmar and Rwanda. Formed in 1999, Genocide Watch is a global organisation dedicated to the prevention of genocide. Dr Stanton is a former research professor in genocide studies and prevention at the George Mason University in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States. Dr Stanton made theseRead More

Shadab reveals how Azam can ‘reach the top’

Islamabad United captain Shadab Khan has opened up about middle-order batter Azam Khan, after the latter joined the franchise for the seventh edition of the Pakistan Super League. Shadab believes that Azam can become one of the best players in the world if he works on his fitness. “Azam has proved his mettle, he has performed well, and I am sure he’ll do even better this time with us [Islamabad]. We will work on his fitness too,” Shadab said in an interview with Geo News. “I know he [Azam] hasRead More

Omicron spreads to southern China city bordering Macau

The southern Chinese city of Zhuhai suspended public bus routes on Saturday after announcing it had detected at least seven cases of the highly transmissible Omicron coronavirus variant there and warning residents not to leave the city. The coastal city of Zhuhai, which borders the gambling hub Macau, said late Friday Omicron had been detected in one mildly ill and six asymptomatic patients, after launching mass testing due to a case in a neighbouring city. China is battling a spate of coronavirus outbreaks, including several from the Omicron variant, as the country steps up vigilanceRead More

CM reaffirm govt committments on right of express, speech

From Our Correspondent PESHAWAR, JAN 15 /DNA/ – Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan has said that the incumbent government firmly believes in freedom of expression and speech, and always welcomes positive criticism from media professionals and would continue to do so.  He has further said that media professionals must point out weaknesses of the government wherever it exists, and the government would take corrective measures in the light of criticism from media. The chief minister urged upon the journalist community to project the public welfare initiatives of the governmentRead More

Economic girl student shot dead in Kabul

From Our CorrespondentPESHAWAR, JAN 15 /DNA/ – Mst Zainab a student of Economics in Kabul University was shot dead by unknown persons at Kabul city on Friday.Reports pouring in Peshawar from Kabul reveal that Zainab was shot dead by unknown persons when she was disembarked from a taxi motor car near her home at Kabul city. So far no one claimed responsibility for killing the girl student.Soon after Zainab murder, a number of female students and women rights activists have viraled their resentment through social media. They held no otherRead More

Virat Kohli steps down as India Test captain

NEW DELHI, JAN 15: Virat Kohli shocked the Indian cricket world on Saturday by abruptly resigning as the national side’s Test captain, after leading the team to memorable overseas victories in his seven years in charge. The 33-year-old, considered one of the best batsmen of his era, took to Twitter to announce his decision a day after India’s 2-1 series defeat in South Africa. “It’s been seven years of hard work, toil and relentless perseverance everyday to take the team in the right direction. I’ve done the job with absolute honesty andRead More