(In pics) People of Pakistan

People of Pakistan are no different than Indians. They have the same challenges. Here's Pakistan for you in pics.

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While Pakistan holds military exercise close to the Indian border, its people are enduring different challenges daily, much like their Indian counterpart.

There's not much of a difference there, barring the barbed wire that separates the two nations. From socio-economic challenges to discrimination, both the countries face similar challenges.

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However, every cloud has a silver lining and both the countries do share a certain degree of friendship, despite their differences. Here are some pictures, describing the past week in Pakistan.

Miles to go

Khuzdar : People head back to home following a bomb blast at the shrine of Sufi saint Shah Bilal Noorani in Khuzdar district, some 200 kilometers (124 miles) west of Karachi, Pakistan. Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016. A Pakistani official says a bomb blast at the shrine of Sufi saint Shah Bilal Noorani, has killed dozens people and wounded more than 100 in the country's southwest. PTI

Elated in spirituality

Wagah : Indian Sikh pilgrims waves upon their arrival at Wagah railway station near Lahore, Pakistan, Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016. Hundreds of Indian Sikh pilgrims arrived in Pakistan by a special train to participate in three-day festival to celebrate the 548th birth anniversary of their spiritual leader Baba Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikh religion, at Nankana Sahib near Lahore. AP/PTI

The pilgrimage

Amritsar: Sikh pilgrims leave for Gurdwara Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 548th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, in Amritsar on Saturday. PTI

Come back home!

Karachi : Pakistanis display missing family members following a bomb blast at a Sufi shrine, while they wait outside the emergency ward of a local hospital in Karachi, Pakistan, Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016. A Pakistani official says a bomb blast at the shrine of Sufi saint Shah Bilal Noorani, has killed dozens people and wounded more than 100 in the country's southwest. AP/PTI

The 'Afghan girl'

Kabul : National Geographic's famed green-eyed "Afghan Girl" Sharbat Gulla poses for a photo during a meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, at the Presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Nov. 9, 2016. Afghanistan's president on Wednesday welcomed home Gulla who was deported from Pakistan after a court had convicted her on charges of carrying a forged Pakistani ID card and staying in the country illegally. AP/PTI

Mourning in silence

Karachi : Women mourn for their family members, who were killed in the bomb blast at a shrine, prior to funeral prayers in Karachi, Pakistan, Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016. Pakistani officials say initial investigation suggests a young suicide bomber has killed more than 50 people and wounded over 100 in Sufi saint's shrine in southwest Pakistan. AP/PTI

Hands rising in prayer

NANKANA SAHIB: A visiting sikh woman pays tributes during the religious festival at Nankana Sahib near Lahore, Pakistan, Monday, Nov. 14, 2016. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims arrived in Pakistan to participate in three-day festival to celebrate the 548th birth anniversary of their spiritual leader Baba Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikh religion. AP/PTI

Waiting for justice

slamabad : Members of Pakistan's transgender community and their supporters protest violence against transgender people, in Islamabad, Pakistan, Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016. A Pakistani officer said police have arrested 10 members of a criminal gang who flogged a transgender person and posted the incident on social media. The arrests were made in the eastern Pakistani city of Sialkot after a video of the flogging was shared thousands of times on social media. AP/PTI

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