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Pakistan minorities, including PoK residents, allege ill-treatment fro...

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Lahore/IBNS: The COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Pakistan and even in such a situation of a humanitarian crisis discrimination allegations surface daily. It seems that the Imran Khan government is following a different policy for minorities and those in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK).
Fight against COVID-19: Nepal Govt now says won't use rapid test kits purchased from China
Kathmandu/IBNS: Stating that the results obtained from them are unreliable, the Nepal government has said it would not use rapid test kits purchased from China to fight against COVID-19.
Bangladesh records sixth COVID-19 death
Dhaka/IBNS: Bangladesh recorded its sixth COVID-19 infected death on Wednesday, media reports said.
‘Defining moment’ in Afghanistan requires leaders to work together, top UN official te...
New York/IBNS: With the COVID-19 pandemic as a backdrop, political parties in Afghanistan are being urged to prioritize national interests and come together for peace talks with the Taliban, the UN Deputy Special Representative for the country told a videoconference meeting with Security Council members on Tuesday.
Bangladesh COVID-19 cases rises to 51
Dhaka/UNI:  Confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Bangladesh rose to 51 as the country on Tuesday recorded two more infections.
Nepal: Chinese defy COVID-19 lockdown, clash with locals in Lamjung
Lamjung/IBNS: Several Chinese construction workers in Nepal, who broke lockdown norms implemented by the government due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the Himalayan nation, on Tuesday clashed with locals in Lamjung district after they were asked not to break rules bringing construction materials to the village, media reports said.
Covid-19: Hindus, Christians denied food supplies in Pakistan
Islamabad/IBNS: The world is unitedly trying to beat the COVID-19 outbreak and the disease has even extended its killer arms in Pakistan but for the administration in the South Asian nation religious discrimination still remains a top priority with reports emerging that Hindus were denied food supplies by the authority which they said were meant for the Muslims, media reports said.
Taliban prisoner release postponed: Afghan National Security Council Spokesman
Moscow/Sputnik/UNI:  The release of Taliban prisoners, expected to begin Tuesday, has been delayed, Afghan National Security Council spokesman Javid Faisal said.
Baloch journalist goes missing in Sweden, Baloch National Movement doubts ISI's role
Upsalla/IBNS: Baloch journalist Sajid Hussain Baloch, who had fled Pakistan for life in 2012 and has been living in self-exile for several years, has gone missing from Swedish city Upsalla for nearly a month now, media reports said.
Imran Khan government's slow approach exposed as COVID 19 grips Pakistan
Islamabad/IBNS: Pakistani government is failing to implement proper measures to curb the spread of the deadly disease and with clerics refusing to close their mosques, the situation of COVID-19 outbreak in the South Asian country is escalating further every day.
COVID-19: Bangladesh reports one more Coronavirus infection case in past 23 hours
Dhaka/UNI: One more person has been infected with coronavirus or COVID-19 in Bangladesh in the last 24 hours, officials said on Monday.
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