A tweet showing a Pakistani father’s reaction to his daughter’s text message after she told him she now has a job has gone viral.
Relatable post: Toronto Twitter user @ughneha, who goes by the name Neha on the social media platform, shared a screenshot of the conversation she had with her family through their group chat, according to The Indian Express.
A Pakistani American has just become the first Muslim American federal judge in U.S. history after the Senate confirmed him as a district judge for the District of New Jersey on Thursday.
About the judge: Zahid Quraishi, 46, a son of Pakistani immigrants, earned the judicial seat following a Senate vote of 81-16, NBC reported.
The body of Pakistani human rights activist Karima Baloch was found in Toronto, Canada earlier this week.
Baloch, 37, who was living in exile in Toronto was reported missing on Sunday. Police say there were “not believed to be any suspicious circumstances” in her death as of yet.
A new study has found that younger Indian and Pakistani women have an increased rate of being diagnosed with more aggressive forms of breast cancer.
About the study: Researchers from the Rutgers School of Public Health and Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey conducted a study to look into the increasing rates of breast cancer cases among South Asian women in the United States published in Rutgers Today.
A man who snapped at his South Asian neighbor with a racial slur in a heated discussion could face charges but not for a hate crime, Canadian police said.
The incident, which was caught in a now-viral video, took place on a local road in Surrey, a city in the Canadian province of British Columbia on May 28.
A popular model in Pakistan has defended herself after coming under fire for wearing blackface in an advertisement for a local salon.
British actress Jameela Jamil has won praises on social media after putting a body-shaming stranger at the gym back in his place.
In a Twitter post last week, Jamil recalled the offensive encounter with a man during a recent visit to the gym.
People can be quite creative sometimes, even when they just want to block someone on social media like this teen from Karachi, Pakistan who just mercilessly – and hilariously – blocked her friend with a subzero “Knock Knock” joke.
Alyshah Mehdi, the brilliant teenager in question, apparently had a “beef going on” with one of her friends, Shayyan Jafri. The two were exchanging messages on Snapchat when the latter just suddenly stopped responding to her last week, according to the 19-year-old when she told BuzzFeed.
A racist customer was recently caught on video going on a hateful tirade against a takeout employee in the United Kingdom but reportedly got away with it scot-free.
Asian Image was able to obtain a footage of the incident showing the man shouting obscenities at the employee of Milano’s takeout on Corporation Street, Preston, in the U.K.
A new board game aims to shed light on how families in some cultures still pressure young people into the age-old tradition of arranged marriages.
Taking inspiration from her own life experience, Pakistani-American designer Nashra Balagamwala created “Arranged!”.
A hunky Pakistani doctor who was in search of a vacant room for rent in New York City has got some members of a Facebook group swooning over him after he posted a simple ad.
Hong Kong police officer Ifzal Zaffar has stolen the hearts of netizens and is being hailed as a hero after he helped talk a man out of committing suicide by jumping from a crane.
The 20-year-old officer, who is of Pakistani descent, received a call at around 10:40 a.m. on Sunday that a suicidal Pakistani man named Anan was at a construction site near the Western Harbor Tunnel, according to Coconuts Hong Kong.