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        Religion

        Sikhs mark Guru Nanak's 550th birth anniversary in Pakistan

        Despite India-Pakistan tensions, hometown of Sikhism's founder draws thousands of Sikhs from India and around the world.

        Sikhs mark Guru Nanak's 550th birth anniversary in Pakistan

        Pakistan

        Guru Nanak and the promise of an inclusive Pakistan

        Pakistan reimagines its relationship with its Sikh heritage by opening a key corridor and restoring sites of worship.

        Guru Nanak and the promise of an inclusive Pakistan

        Al Jazeera Selects

        Performance: Favela ballet, Kathak and the Circus of My Sun

        Rio's favela ballerinas, Karachi's Kathak dancers and Morocco's circus artists use performance to overcome adversity.

        Asia

        'Big moment': Indian Sikhs on historic pilgrimage to Pakistan

        Hundreds of pilgrims launch journey across border to Kartarpur to visit shrine of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak.

        'Big moment': Indian Sikhs on historic pilgrimage to Pakistan

        Talk to Al Jazeera

        Lassina Zerbo interview: Can the world prevent a nuclear attack?

        The executive secretary of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization discusses global nuclear threats.

        AJ Impact

        IMF releasing first tranche of $6bn loan package for Pakistan

        With an eased debt burden and inflation that has slightly slowed, Islamabad still wrestles with big economic challenges.

        IMF releasing first tranche of $6bn loan package for Pakistan

        India

        India-Pakistan corridor set to open for Sikh pilgrims

        About 5,000 devotees will be able to use the corridor to visit Sikh shrines dedicated to Guru Nanak in Pakistan.

        India-Pakistan corridor set to open for Sikh pilgrims

        Media

        Tazeen Ahmad, award-winning ex-BBC and NBC reporter, dies at 48

        A well-known figure in UK media, Ahmad was among the first Muslim Asian women to rise to the top of broadcast reporting.

        Tazeen Ahmad, award-winning ex-BBC and NBC reporter, dies at 48

        Health

        Record-high 44,000 dengue cases reported in Pakistan

        Mosquito-borne infections soar to record-high number in the country this year with 66 deaths so far.

        Record-high 44,000 dengue cases reported in Pakistan

        Asia

        Five things to know about Pakistan's anti-government protests

        Protesters led by right-wing party have been camping in the capital since Thursday calling for PM Khan to step down.

        Five things to know about Pakistan's anti-government protests

        Sport

        Pakistan to appeal 'shocking' move of Indian tennis tie

        ITF decides to relocate Davis Cup from Islamabad citing safety concerns amid cross-border tensions over Kashmir.

        Davis Cup: India-Pakistan tennis tie moved to neutral venue

        Afghanistan

        'Their mother may die': Afghans await Pakistan visas in Kabul

        Pakistan embassy in Kabul has indefinitely shut its consular office in Afghan capital for security reasons.

        'Their mother may die': Afghans await Pakistan visas in Kabul

        Asia

        Pakistan PM Khan rejects calls to step down

        Tens of thousands of followers of Maulana Fazal-ur Rehman have gathered in Islamabad, calling for the resignation of what they say is an illegitimate government.

        Asia

        Pakistan opposition rallies as deadline for PM Khan to quit nears

        The opposition parties march in Islamabad as their Sunday night deadline for Pakistan prime minister's resignation approaches.

        Asia

        Pakistan opposition protesters call on PM Imran Khan to resign

        Prime minister promises not to step down, as thousands continue anti-government protest in Islamabad.

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