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FRONTIER CORPS BALOCHISTAN AVERTED SECTARIAN TARGETING IN QUETTA: ISPR

Frontier Corps Balochistan on Saturday averted a sectarian targeting in Quetta in an intelligence-based operation and apprehended the mastermind and his two accomplices.

According to ISPR, a vehicle to be used as vehicle borne improvised explosive device was also recovered …

Militant Groups in Pakistan Rebrand Themselves as Political Parties

As international pressure is mounting on Islamabad to do more against militant groups operating from its soil, some militant groups are rebranding themselves as political parties.

“The Pakistan military is allowing militant, virulently anti-Indian groups to enter the political process …

WORK CONTINUING ON 108 MW GOLAN GOAL HYDROPOWER PROJECT IN CHITRAL DISTRICT

Work on construction of Golan Goal hydropower project is in full swing in Chitral District.

In an exclusive interview with Radio Pakistan Peshawar correspondent, Adviser to the Prime Minister Engineer Amir Muqam said the project will be completed in May …

40,000 TEACHERS RECRUITED ON MERIT TO BE REGULARIZED: KHATTAK

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak says that forty thousand teachers recruited recently on merit will be regularized.

Chairing a meeting in Peshawar on Saturday, he said a committee has been constituted to submit recommendations for new service structure of …

American Man Convicted In Failed Suicide Attack On U.S. Base In Afghanistan

A U.S. citizen was convicted on September 29 of supporting the Al-Qaeda extremist group and participating in a failed suicide bombing that targeted an American military base in Afghanistan in 2009.

U.S. prosecutors said Muhanad Mahmoud Al Farekh, 31, was …

MUHARRAM PROCESSIONS: MOBILE PHONE SERVICES SUSPENDED

Mobile phone services were suspended in Hyderabad, Mirpurkhas and Shaheed Benaziarabad divisions today in view of strict security arrangements for Muharram processions.

Internet services were also observed to have been disrupted in some areas.

Cellular services will also remain partially …

Five Suspected Terrorists Killed in Police Shootout in Karachi

WASHINGTON Pakistan’s Sindh province police on Thursday killed five suspected terrorists who had ties to al-Qaida and Islamic State terror groups in the southern port city of Karachi, according to provincial law enforcement officials.

Rao Anwaar, a senior provincial police …