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Khalistan convoy for ‘1984 Sikh Genocide’ remembrance in Canada

TORONTO, OCT 30 – Over 8000 Sikhs participated in “1984 Sikh Genocide” Remembrance Truck and Car Rally organized by the secessionist group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) which at one point brought the traffic to standstill and blocked the highways leading to Toronto downtown. The main highway and dozens of linked roads were choked as hundreds of iconic Canadian trucks drove on the highway carrying flags of Khalistan and slogans of 1984 Sikh Genocide. Slow moving vehicles with flags travelling slowly on the highway created long lanes of traffic. The trucksRead More

Imran leads in vote count for Kurram’s NA-45 constituency

ISLAMABAD, OCT 30: The PTI was in the lead as per unofficial results after polling concluded for the by-election in Kurram’s NA-45 constituency on Sunday. According to unofficial results so far, PTI chief Imran Khan — who was among a total of 16 candidates for the by-election — was in the lead with 7,094 votes, Jamaat-i-Islami Pakistan’s (JIP) Jamil Khan trailed with 3,827 votes while independent candidate Saif Ullah Khan was 3rd with 213 votes. Meanwhile, independent candidates Jahanzeb and Sarfaraz Khan garnered 92 and 79 votes, respectively. Voting inRead More

Dozens of casualties reported after suspension bridge collapses in India’s western Gujarat state

Gujarat: Hundreds of people fell into a river when a suspension bridge in India‘s western Gujarat state collapsed on Sunday and dozens of them have been killed, officials said. More than 400 people were on the bridge in the town of Morbi at the time and were plunged into the Machchu River, local TV channel Zee News said. “People fell in the river and there are casualties. We don’t have the numbers yet. The rescue operations are going on,” Rahul Tripathi, a senior police official at the scene, told Reuters. Footage broadcast by the TV channel showed dozens of people clingingRead More

PM condoles demise of Sadaf Naeem

ISLAMABAD, Oct 30 (DNA): Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Sunday expressed deep grief over the demise of television channel reporter Sadaf Naeem who fell from the long march container. In a message, the prime minister prayed to Allah Almighty to rest the departed soul in eternal peace and grant courage to the bereaved family to bear the loss with fortitude. He said Sadaf Naeem was an active reporter and was committed to her work.

Journalist dies after being crushed under PTI’s container amid long march

SADHOKE, Oct 30: Sadaf Naeem, a journalist working for a private news channel, Sunday died after being crushed under PTI’s container while its long march was headed toward Kamoke from GT Road Lahore. Following the incident, the PTI Chairman Imran Khan announced halting the march for the day and said it will continue tomorrow. Speaking to the participants, Khan said that the march was supposed to move towards Kamoke, Gujranwala, today. “However, due to the tragic incident, we will stop the march immediately.” Khan also sent his condolences to theRead More

Imran Khan halts march for the day following accidental death of journalist

SADHOKE, Oct 30: A journalist died as former prime minister Imran Khan’s contain ran over her. The deceased has been identified as Channel 5 reporter Sadaf Naeem. She was conducting a TV programme with a senior journalist, Zia Shahid on channel 5, a TV channel of the Khabrian Group.