Salmaan Taseer

'Salmaan Taseer' - 19 News Result(s)

  • "Expected A Reprisal, But...": Writer Aatish Taseer On Losing OCI Status
    India News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday November 8, 2019
    Writer Aatish Taseer found from Twitter that his Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) card had been revoked, according to his article in the TIME magazine today, titled "I am Indian. Why is the Government Sending Me Into Exile?"
  • Writer Aatish Taseer's Citizenship Status Revoked, Denies Centre's Charge
    India News | Reported by Neeta Sharma, Edited by Aditya Sharma | Friday November 8, 2019
    Writer Aatish Taseer's Overseas Citizenship of India status has been revoked for not complying with "very basic requirements" and concealing information, the Home Ministry said on Thursday, disputing a media report suggesting the move was linked to a story published in the Time magazine in May.
  • PM Modi Responds To TIME Magazine Cover Calling Him "Divider-In-Chief"
    India News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Saturday May 18, 2019
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday responded to the TIME magazine cover calling him "India's Divider In Chief" and asking whether India can endure five more years of his government.
  • Lahore Tense Over Clerics' Call To Celebrate Taseer's Assassination
    World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday January 4, 2017
    Over 100 clerics were arrested in Punjab province on Wednesday for attempting to hold a rally in Lahore to "celebrate" the sixth anniversary of the assassination of the then Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer.
  • Nails Pulled Out, Mouth Sewn: Pak Politician's Son Recalls Kidnap By Terrorists
    World News | Agencies | Tuesday May 17, 2016
    The son of a murdered Pakistani governor has described in chilling detail how he was flogged, shot and had his nails pulled out by Islamic militants during almost five years in captivity.
  • Pakistan Governor Salmaan Taseer's Killer Loses Bid To Review Death Sentence
    World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday December 15, 2015
    Pakistan's Supreme Court today rejected the review petition against the death sentence of a police bodyguard for assassinating former Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer for criticising the country's controversial blasphemy laws.
  • World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday September 4, 2013
    Pakistani police have arrested a woman on blasphemy charges after she allegedly called herself a prophet of Islam, police said.
  • Pak Taliban admit to holding Shahbaz Taseer for first time
    World News | Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Friday March 16, 2012
    A reporter for The New York Times, David Rohde, who was captured in Afghanistan, fled captivity in North Waziristan with an Afghan colleague in 2009, but otherwise successful escapes are rare. Others currently in captivity include Mr Khan, who went missing in September 2010; Warren Weinstein, an American consultant whose kidnapping has been claimed...
  • World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday October 25, 2011
    The Pakistani government has packed off the judge, who gave the death sentence to Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer's self-confessed assassin, to Saudi Arabia after he received death threats from religious extremists.
  • Pakistani song questions Ajmal Kasab's treatment as 'hero'
    World News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday October 19, 2011
    The latest Pakistani song to have gone viral on the Internet pokes fun at Ajmal Kasab, the lone surviving Mumbai attacker, being treated like a "hero" in his home country and slain Governor Salmaan Taseer's assassin being treated like a "nawab".
  • World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday October 4, 2011
    The Pakistani judge who passed the death sentence on the assassin of Governor Salmaan Taseer today went on an indefinite leave, a day after his courtroom was attacked by lawyers and hardline Islamic groups warned the government against implementing the verdict.
  • Pak court gives death sentence to Salmaan Taseer's assassin
    World News | Press Trust of India | Sunday October 2, 2011
    A Pakistani anti-terrorism court handed down the death sentence to the police guard on Friday. The guard had assassinated Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer for calling for changes in the country's controversial blasphemy law.
  • Guard pleads guilty in Pak governor Salmaan Taseer's murder
    World News | Associated Press | Monday February 14, 2011
    The confessed killer of a liberal Pakistani Governor pleaded guilty Monday to murder, telling a judge he didn't regret gunning the politician down because he killed "an apostate" as required under his interpretation of Islamic law, lawyers said.Mumtaz Qadri shot dead Punjab province Governor Salman Taseer in January while serving as part of his sec...
  • In Pak, blasphemy law supporters on the streets
    World News | Associated Press | Monday January 24, 2011
    Rallies took place in Peshawar and Faisalabad on Sunday in support of Pakistan's strict blasphemy laws that stipulate death for those insulting Islam.About ten-thousand supporters of the Islamist Jamaat-e-Islami party gathered in the northwestern city of Peshawar for a sit-in outside the provincial assembly.In Faisalabad, meanwhile, a large crowd o...
  • Taseer's assassin guarded Zardari too: Report
    World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday January 13, 2011
    The police guard who gunned down Punjab Governor Salman Taseer was assigned to protect key personalities, including Pakistan's President, Prime Minister and foreign delegations and has heightened security fears among the country's elite.Self-confessed killer, Mumtaz Qadri, was detailed on protection duties on as many as 509 occasions in the past th...

'Salmaan Taseer' - 19 News Result(s)

  • "Expected A Reprisal, But...": Writer Aatish Taseer On Losing OCI Status
    India News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday November 8, 2019
    Writer Aatish Taseer found from Twitter that his Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) card had been revoked, according to his article in the TIME magazine today, titled "I am Indian. Why is the Government Sending Me Into Exile?"
  • Writer Aatish Taseer's Citizenship Status Revoked, Denies Centre's Charge
    India News | Reported by Neeta Sharma, Edited by Aditya Sharma | Friday November 8, 2019
    Writer Aatish Taseer's Overseas Citizenship of India status has been revoked for not complying with "very basic requirements" and concealing information, the Home Ministry said on Thursday, disputing a media report suggesting the move was linked to a story published in the Time magazine in May.
  • PM Modi Responds To TIME Magazine Cover Calling Him "Divider-In-Chief"
    India News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Saturday May 18, 2019
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday responded to the TIME magazine cover calling him "India's Divider In Chief" and asking whether India can endure five more years of his government.
  • Lahore Tense Over Clerics' Call To Celebrate Taseer's Assassination
    World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday January 4, 2017
    Over 100 clerics were arrested in Punjab province on Wednesday for attempting to hold a rally in Lahore to "celebrate" the sixth anniversary of the assassination of the then Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer.
  • Nails Pulled Out, Mouth Sewn: Pak Politician's Son Recalls Kidnap By Terrorists
    World News | Agencies | Tuesday May 17, 2016
    The son of a murdered Pakistani governor has described in chilling detail how he was flogged, shot and had his nails pulled out by Islamic militants during almost five years in captivity.
  • Pakistan Governor Salmaan Taseer's Killer Loses Bid To Review Death Sentence
    World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday December 15, 2015
    Pakistan's Supreme Court today rejected the review petition against the death sentence of a police bodyguard for assassinating former Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer for criticising the country's controversial blasphemy laws.
  • World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday September 4, 2013
    Pakistani police have arrested a woman on blasphemy charges after she allegedly called herself a prophet of Islam, police said.
  • Pak Taliban admit to holding Shahbaz Taseer for first time
    World News | Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Friday March 16, 2012
    A reporter for The New York Times, David Rohde, who was captured in Afghanistan, fled captivity in North Waziristan with an Afghan colleague in 2009, but otherwise successful escapes are rare. Others currently in captivity include Mr Khan, who went missing in September 2010; Warren Weinstein, an American consultant whose kidnapping has been claimed...
  • World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday October 25, 2011
    The Pakistani government has packed off the judge, who gave the death sentence to Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer's self-confessed assassin, to Saudi Arabia after he received death threats from religious extremists.
  • Pakistani song questions Ajmal Kasab's treatment as 'hero'
    World News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday October 19, 2011
    The latest Pakistani song to have gone viral on the Internet pokes fun at Ajmal Kasab, the lone surviving Mumbai attacker, being treated like a "hero" in his home country and slain Governor Salmaan Taseer's assassin being treated like a "nawab".
  • World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday October 4, 2011
    The Pakistani judge who passed the death sentence on the assassin of Governor Salmaan Taseer today went on an indefinite leave, a day after his courtroom was attacked by lawyers and hardline Islamic groups warned the government against implementing the verdict.
  • Pak court gives death sentence to Salmaan Taseer's assassin
    World News | Press Trust of India | Sunday October 2, 2011
    A Pakistani anti-terrorism court handed down the death sentence to the police guard on Friday. The guard had assassinated Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer for calling for changes in the country's controversial blasphemy law.
  • Guard pleads guilty in Pak governor Salmaan Taseer's murder
    World News | Associated Press | Monday February 14, 2011
    The confessed killer of a liberal Pakistani Governor pleaded guilty Monday to murder, telling a judge he didn't regret gunning the politician down because he killed "an apostate" as required under his interpretation of Islamic law, lawyers said.Mumtaz Qadri shot dead Punjab province Governor Salman Taseer in January while serving as part of his sec...
  • In Pak, blasphemy law supporters on the streets
    World News | Associated Press | Monday January 24, 2011
    Rallies took place in Peshawar and Faisalabad on Sunday in support of Pakistan's strict blasphemy laws that stipulate death for those insulting Islam.About ten-thousand supporters of the Islamist Jamaat-e-Islami party gathered in the northwestern city of Peshawar for a sit-in outside the provincial assembly.In Faisalabad, meanwhile, a large crowd o...
  • Taseer's assassin guarded Zardari too: Report
    World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday January 13, 2011
    The police guard who gunned down Punjab Governor Salman Taseer was assigned to protect key personalities, including Pakistan's President, Prime Minister and foreign delegations and has heightened security fears among the country's elite.Self-confessed killer, Mumtaz Qadri, was detailed on protection duties on as many as 509 occasions in the past th...
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