Jaipur: Bangladesh President Mohammad Abdul Hamid was on Sunday accorded a warm reception on his arrival in Jaipur.
The VVIP guest arrived in the Pink City by a special plane at the
Karachi: The Pakistan government has named the chief of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), its spokesman and six others as the main accused in the terrorist attack on the Karachi
Islamabad: Pakistan's Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan Sunday said every citizen was required to be vigilant as "the sympathisers and supporters of these terrorists live among us".
Islamabad: Despite the Peshawar massacre, the Pakistani government and military refuse to recognize the root causes of terrorism, an academic said in comments published Sunday.
Karachi: Eight bullet-riddled bodies were on Sunday found in separate areas of troubled Baluchistan province in Pakistan.
Of the eight bodies, five were found in Pishin district and
Kunar: A roadside bomb and a Taliban attack on a police post have killed 14 people including children in Afghanistan, officials said Sunday.
Seven civilians died when a bomb hit a
Lahore: The body parts of a 23-year-old suicide bomber, who blew himself up at Wagah border with India last month killing 63 people, were buried at a graveyard here.
Islamabad: Thousands of Pakistanis flocked to a school in the northwestern city of Peshawar on Sunday to mourn the 149 people -- mainly children -- massacred by the Taliban and demand action
Islamabad: Five days after terrorists massacred over 140 students and teachers in a Peshawar school, the Pakistani city remains in a state of shock.
The worst hit are obviously the
Islamabad: Pakistan`s port city of Karachi was hit by a major electricity breakdown Sunday.
Electricity transmission from the national grid to Karachi was abruptly suspended, causing a power
Islamabad: The Quaid-i-Azam University here, one of the largest in Pakistan, has been closed for an indefinite period, apparently following threats, the Dawn newspaper reported Sunday.
Kabul: Exposure to Western culture since 2001 has transformed Afghanistan's previously isolated society, and a love of tattoos has taken hold - despite inking parlours being illegal.
Islamabad: A hardline cleric of Pakistan's infamous Lal Masjid has condemned the massacre of children by Taliban in a Peshawar school and apologised for his earlier remarks that the militant
Islamabad: Pakistan's prestigious Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) here has been closed for indefinite period due to security concerns.
A spokesman of the QAU said the university has
Colombo: Nearly 35,000 people have been marooned due to torrential rains and flashfloods in Sri Lanka, disaster officials said on Sunday.
"9486 families have been affected due to bad
Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday vowed to target all terror groups irrespective of their agenda and affiliation, in the wake of the Peshawar school massacre that
Islamabad: Four convicts, involved in an attack on former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf 11 years ago, were hanged to death Sunday at a district jail in Faisalabad following approval by
Peshawar: An army man`s family of a student killed in Peshawar school attack led an anti-terrorism rally in Pakistan`s Punjab province, media reported Sunday.
Zeb Khan, a subedar in the
Islamabad: Pakistan`s National Health Services (NHS) has prepared counselling session programme on post-traumatic stress management for the children who survived the gruesome Peshawar
Islamabad: Over 300 terror suspects, including some foreigners, have been nabbed by security agencies in Pakistan`s capital city during joint operations, a media report said Sunday.
Peshawar: Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) would organise a peace conference of ambassadors of Muslim countries in this Pakistani city to adopt joint strategy against terrorism in the
Islamabad: An anti-terrorism court (ATC) in Pakistan Saturday issued non-bailable arrest warrants against Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) chief Mullah Fazlullah, spokesman
Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday said the threat of militancy will soon be eliminated from the country with all political parties demonstrating unity against
Islamabad: Rights groups on Saturday condemned as "a craven politicised reaction" Pakistan's hasty move to lift a self-imposed ban on death penalty in terror-related cases, days after Taliban
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