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I did have a particularly traumatic date once when I went out with a ‘liberal Muslim’.
I made it very clear that I am an atheist and he said he was fine with that.
All of Pakistan’s minorities - Hindus, Christians, Ahmadis and even Shi’ite Muslims - say they feel the state fails to protect them and sometimes even tolerates violence against them.
Many complain the problem has become worse since Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif won an election in 2013. Commission on Religious Freedom said in a recent report that conditions in Pakistan had “hit an all-time low” and governments had failed to adequately protect minorities and arrest those who attack or discriminate against them.
The National Assembly in Islamabad has been considering such a bill it is still in committee.
NEW DELHI: In a move to check misuse of matrimonial websites, the Centre has decided to make it mandatory for the sites to authenticate users with valid identity and address proofs, lest these sites become dating platforms.
IT and Telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Thursday has approved an advisory on functioning of the matrimonial websites, which will give details about the set of rules they need to follow to check abuse on their platforms, official sources said.
Christians, the other main religious minority, have a British law dating back to 1870 regulating their marriages.
“The objective of this bill is to provide a formal process of registration of marriage for Hindus,” said the bill passed by the legislature in Sindh, where most of Pakistan’s Hindus live.Non-Muslims make up only about three percent of the 190 million population of Pakistan, which was founded as a haven for the sub-continent’s Muslims on independence from the British in 1947 with a promise of religious freedom to minorities.