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Saturday | The Peninsula
QUETTA: A bomb explosion on a busy road in Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan province yesterday killed three people, including a paramilitary soldier, and wounded at least 16 other people, security officials said. The bomb, planted in a car parked by the side of the road on a crowded crossroads in Quetta city, apparently targeted a paramilitary vehicle passing the area.
Saturday | The Peninsula
QUETTA: Pakistan has arrested at least three Navy officers for helping militants to attack a naval yard in Karachi in a strike that left a sailor and three attackers dead, officials said yesterday. Militants tried to storm the facility in the sprawling, violent city of Karachi, Pakistan's only major port, last Saturday, though the authorities only released news of it some days later.
Saturday | Weekday Magazine
Police said the attack took place when a vehicle carrying soldiers from the paramilitary Frontier Corps was passing through a bazar in Quetta, the capital of southwestern Baluchistan Province.
Saturday | Al Jazeera
A car bomb has exploded in a bazaar in southwestern Pakistan, killing at least three people and wounding 24 others, police officials said. Saturday's attack took place when a vehicle carrying security forces was passing through a bazaar near Quetta, the capital of southwestern Baluchistan province, senior police officer Abdur Razzak Cheema said.
Illegal VoIP gateway exchange unearthed: PTA ISLAMABAD : Pakistan Telecommunication Authority , in its ongoing efforts to control grey trafficking, has unearthed another illegal gateway exchange. In a move, a successful operation against the grey operator was carried out along with FIA team in Gulshan-e-Ravi, Lahore.
For news details visit : http://nation.com.pk/national/12-Sep-2014/no-flight-safety-situation-occurred-between-pia-and-fighter-jets-paf-clarifies For news details Read on : No flight safety situation occurred between PIA and fighter jets, PAF clarifies QUETTA/ISLAMABAD- Pakistan Airforce has refuted news reports that a Quetta-bound PIA flight travelling from Karachi almost collided with two fighter jets on Friday. Earlier it was reported that Flight PK-368 from Karachi was close to landing at the airport in Quetta when the two fighter jets appeared but the PIA pilot acted quickly and managed to prevent the collision.
Three Pakistani navy personnel allegedly involved in the Taliban attack on Karachi's naval dockyard over the weekend have been arrested while they were attempting to flee to Afghanistan, officials said on Friday. The arrests were made from the Lak Pass area of Quetta earlier this week when the three were trying to flee to Afghanistan, intensifying the probe to identify the insiders involved in the attack.
QUETTA: Unidentified militants on Thursday blew up a railway track in the Bala Nari area of Bolan district. According to the official sources, the militants had planted explosives close, which resulted in blowing up of two-feet track.
A recent attack on a Pakistan Navy installation in Karachi was a reaction to the ongoing military operation in North Waziristan tribal region, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif told parliament Wednesday. The security forces launched the major operation against the Pakistani and foreign militants in North Waziristan in June and have killed over 900 militants so far.
Despite the fact that India's Sashatra Seema Bal and Nepal's Armed Police Force keep strict vigil on the 1,751-Km long open border between the countries to check and stop Pakistani supported infiltrations, Pakistan based terrorist groups, including Hizb-ul-Mujahdeen , Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Muhammad were found using Nepali soil to launch terror modules in India with Pakistani backing, particularly from Barhwa-Sunauli and Birgunj-Raxaul border areas. In 2010, Indian authorities apprehended 18 such terrorists coming from Nepal and this was confirmed by the then Indian envoy to Nepal.
Students of different schools and colleges busy in preparation of painting during exhibition organized by Pakistan Army in connection of Defence Day celebration held in Quetta Students of different schools and colleges busy in preparation of painting during exhibition organized by Pakistan Army in connection of Defence Day celebration held in ... (more)
Asylum seekers from Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran cry as Indonesian officers force them to leave an Australian vessel.
At least six people from the Zikri community shot dead at a shrine in Awaran district in the south of the country.
Updated: Sat Sep 13, 2014 02:53 pm
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