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Wear hijab on Valentine’s Day, Pak students told

Wear hijab on Valentine’s Day, Pak students told

A medical college in Pakistan’s national capital has issued Valentine’s Day guidelines to its students, asking girls to wear hijab and boys to wear white prayer caps while maintaining a distance of two metres from the opposite sex at all times, according to a media report. - File photo



Islamabad: A medical college in Pakistan’s national capital has issued Valentine’s Day guidelines to its students, asking girls to wear hijab and boys to wear white prayer caps while maintaining a distance of two metres from the opposite sex at all times, according to a media report. The Islamabad International Medical College issued a circular forbidding students from participating in Valentine’s Day celebrations. PTI

Kurd leader barred from running for presidency

Baghdad: Iraq’s top court banned a veteran Kurdish politician from the country’s presidency on Sunday, citing lingering corruption allegations. Hoshyar Zebari, a former foreign minister and longtime Iraqi diplomat, had been a front-runner competing against the sitting president, Barham Salih. In Iraq’s political system, parliament votes to pick the president who in turn appoints the Prime Minister. AP

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