According to reports of pro-government media outlet of Myanmar, Global New light of Myanmar, Myanmar’s export has been surpassing imports in the cross-border trade with Bangladesh and 8,620.7 tonnes of exports to Bangladesh was estimated at US$10.733 million between April and October in the
London: (by Hannah Chowdhry and Juliet Chowdhry) A Christian Community Hall was locked by the son of Muslim Man who later claimed ownership without authority.
Christians were kept out of their own building for 24 hours after police refused to take action.
After mortars landed in Bangladesh during attacks against the Arakan Army (AA) in Rakhine State, border soldiers from Bangladesh and Myanmar's junta promised to mend bilateral ties on Sunday.
The Rakhine region of Myanmar, which borders Bangladesh, has seen a number of airspace viol
Imran’s long march with implications beyond Pakistan should be allowed with proper security and law & order. By Hem Raj Jain
Ref:- (i)- Imran's call on Friday to agitate for the resignation of the three the PM Shehbaz, Interior Minister Sanaullah and Maj. Gen Faisal (allegedly responsible for attack on Imran & PTI leaders) is ridiculous (ii)- Responsibility for security of long march was on Punjab government ma
Will global family planning meet galvanise governments to deliver on gender equality? By SHOBHA SHUKLA
Gender equality is an essential cog-in-the-wheel of human development which is socially just and ecologically sustainable. That is why governments worldwide have committed to deliver on this promise by 2030 along with other sustainable development goals (SDGs). But progress on gender equali
Can Bangladesh meet its longstanding commitment to advancing human rights through its victory over UNHRC membership? By Samina Akhter
An accomplishment for a nation is always winning an election in a global setting. The goal becomes greater significance when membership is granted by secret ballot to a respected international rights body like the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). Bangladesh just won a record 160 votes
Nawaz should urgently return from London even at risk of brief prison to avoid promised bloodshed during Imran's long-march in Islamabad. By Hem Raj Jain
Even before the long march (by former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and his party PTI) reached Islamabad where it was supposed to be converted into ‘dharna’ (sit-in) for demanding snap elections, Imran has threatened by his tweet that if snap polls are not granted there will be b
Should Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince and PM MBS visit Bangladesh along with India, Pakistan? By Samina Akhter
Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, is expected to visit India and Pakistan next month, according to reports.
The Saudi Crown Prince is likely to visit the two countries on November 14 while on his way to the G20 summit in Bali (Indonesia
The cruel autocratic rule of the Czars was heritage of Mangol Khans and Byzantine empire which had flourished to the south. For centuries people of Russia mostly peasants were oppressed under tyrannical landlords, brutal conscription and monstrous bureaucracy. As early as 1873 during the reign of
For decades the Pakistani establishment has termed the Baloch insurgency as a low-intensity conflict confined mostly to Balochistan, the country’s largest province by territory. But that seems to have changed, as a spate of attacks that have taken place this year clearly demonstrate that in
Austin should know UN is finished and Christian world would carryout new form of war after Russia stops military supplies to Ukraine. By Hem Raj Jain
The US Secretary of Defense Lloyd James Austin III addressed the news conference on October 12 (as given at https://www.defense.gov/News/Speeches/Speech/Article/3185283/opening-remarks-by-secretary-of-defense-lloyd-j-austin-iii-at-the-sixth-ukraine/ ) about Ukraine war which Austin should know wh
London: A Christian man, James Masih, 42, from Layyah, Punjab has been accused of committing blasphemy by a Muslim patient Nazia.
The incident occurred on Wednesday 5th in Tehsil Headquarter (THQ) hospital Chaubara, Layyah, Punjab.
Masih has been working in the THQ hospi
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Faisalabad: A Christian man from a very noble family from Faisalabad has left Pakistan to save his life.
Mr. Younas had been working with A Catholic Priest for many years. He was active part of the Church and was also responsible for the many religious activities in the Church.&nb
SAARC region still doesn’t have secular culture hence Indian Muslims can’t get justice in Hindu majority India without undoing partition. By Hem Raj Jain
For undoing partition (which will change Muslims to Hindu ratio from 1: 6 to 1: 2) the Indian Muslims will have to use three means (i)- The writ petitions in SCI (ii)- By NGO for protecting human rights of so-called Dalits (iii)- By NGO to get LEMSP for farmers.
The Government of India
On demand of our readers, I have decided to release E-Book version of "Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" on website of PCP which can also be viewed on website of Pakistan Christian Congress www.pakistanchristiancongress.org . You can read chapter wise by clicking tab on left handside of PDF format of E-Book.