Pakistani court gives 55-year jail term to 86 members of radical party for participating in violent rallies against acquittal of Aasia Bibi
A Pakistani court has sentenced 86 members of Tehreek-e-Labbaik party to 55-year prison terms each for taking part in violent rallies in 2018 over the acquittal of Aasia Bibi, a Christian woman, in a blasphemy case
Pakistan police arrests TLP chief, over 100 party members for calling for protests against Asia Bibi's acquittal
Last month, Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) disrupted daily life across Pakistan by staging widespread protests following Bibi's acquittal in a blasphemy case by the apex court.
Twitter lets users know when it receives a govt request to remove their content for violations of law.
Hafiz Saeed's release, Zahid Hamid's ouster show Islamic fundamentalism is still very much alive in Pakistan
Pakistan today is widely looked upon as a failed state because of the power the fundamentalists wield in the country among large sections of people.
The Islamist leader whose group clashed violently with Pakistani security forces and paralysed Islamabad for weeks called off the sit-in protest Monday after the law minister resigned, meeting its key demand.