Tag - lahore



Japan Times
ASIA PACIFIC / Crime & Legal
Sep 24, 2019
Twenty held in child serial killer probe in Pakistan area with history of abuse and abductions
Pakistani police have detained 20 suspects as they investigate the possibility of a serial killer being behind the suspected murder and sexual assault of three boys in a district that has a history of child abuse and abduction.
Japan Times
Oct 12, 2018
As groundwater levels plunge, Lahore begins turning off the taps
Five mornings a week, Saima Azeem helps her children wash and prepare for school. But this week has been different: She has had to use her few bottles of drinking water to get them ready.
Japan Times
WORLD / Politics
Apr 30, 2018
Pakistan's Imran Khan woos poor, vows radical change in populist poll pitch
Pakistani opposition figure Imran Khan on Sunday vowed to sweep to power in upcoming elections, promising radical change for the poor at a campaign kick-off rally in the city of Lahore that has long been the power base of ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Sep 16, 2016
Pakistan arrests four Islamic State plotters after saying it had thwarted the group
Pakistani authorities on Friday said they had arrested four Islamic State militants plotting attacks in the city of Lahore, just weeks after the military declared it had halted the Middle East-based movement's expansion into the country.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Film / Wide Angle
Aug 10, 2016
'Song of Lahore' sings the praises of Pakistan's cultural hub
Fundamentalist terrorism is affecting everywhere these days, but what is often forgotten is how the Islamic world suffers, too. The documentary "Song of Lahore" takes us to Pakistan's cultural hub, a home to the arts since the Mughal empire, yet a city where musicians now live in fear of Taliban violence....


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