Stories By Zain Awan
101 Sep 2015 Tue
The Law Commission has recommended the abolition of the death penalty for all crimes other than terrorism-related offences.
231 Aug 2015 Mon
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has backtracked on a controversial land reform bill, sparking fears that the move will slow down the country's economic progress.
328 Aug 2015 Fri
Indian Muslim men are legally allowed to verbally divorce their wives by repeating the word 'talaq', which means 'I divorce you', three times and instantly end the marriage.
427 Aug 2015 Thu
India has released its Census 2011 data on Population by Religious Communities but its findings have shown that the gap between the population growth rate of Hindus and Muslims has narrowed.
526 Aug 2015 Wed
The Indian government has told the country's Supreme Court that political parties should not be brought under ambit of the Right to Information Act.
625 Aug 2015 Tue
The Indian Supreme Court ruling that real estate barons Gopal and Sushil Ansal can walk free after paying US$9 million fine has left some wondering whether the law is soft on the rich.
722 Aug 2015 Sat
Pakistan-based Hafiz Saeed claimed that a film about the 2008 Mumbai attacks is filled with 'filthy propaganda' against Pakistan.
822 Aug 2015 Sat
The trustees of Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai have turned down the Bombay High Court's suggestion to reconsider its rules which bar women from entering the inner sanctum of the holy building.
922 Aug 2015 Sat
The announcement followed a rare meeting between India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Russia on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit.
1022 Aug 2015 Sat
Pakistan's release of 113 detained Indian fishermen after a similar gesture by New Delhi comes as a slight thaw in bilateral relations of the two nuclear-armed South Asian neighbours following weeks of escalating tension.