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TTP kills 15 kidnapped FC soldiers

PESHAWAR: Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has killed 15 Frontier Constabulary (FC) soldiers that they had kidnapped following an attack on the fort at Mullazai in...

Six hurt in Kurram blast

SADDA: A tribal elder among six others sustained injuries when explosive devices planted near a house went off in Sadda in Kurram Agency early...

One killed, two injured in Balochistan landmine blast

QUETTA: One tribesman was killed while two others sustained injuries in a landmine blast near the Sindh-Balochistan border within the jurisdiction of the Balochistan...

Government accepted demands of Qadri and Long March ended

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (DND)- All political parties sitting in treasury benches in the parliament of Pakistan at lasted accepted demands of Dr. Tahirul Qadri on...

Landikotal blast: Two Khassadars among three killed

LANDIKOTAL: At least two personnel of the Khassadar force and a civilian were killed while nine others were injured in a blast in Landikotal...

Two killed, 28 injured in Peshawar blast

PESHAWAR: At least two persons were killed while 28 others injured on Tuesday when a bomb blast ripped through a trade centre on Arbab...

Pasban-e-Azaa leader shot dead in Karachi

KARACHI: The leader of a Shi'a political organisation Pasban-e-Azaa, Syed Askari Raza, was gunned down on Saturday evening in a sectarian-motivated target killing in...

US civil rights activist passes away

MONTGOMERY:  A US civil rights pioneer who confronted racial segregation in Alabama in the 1960s has died aged 70. James Hood died in his hometown...

Canada put ‘wrong’ maple leaf on banknotes

OTTAWA: Canada’s new plastic banknotes feature Norwegian maple leaves, instead of the Canadian sugar maple leaf, several botanists have decided. They argue the leaf shown...

Pak women cricket team’s WC matches moved from Mumbai

NEW DELHI: After days of speculation on their safety, It has been decided that Pakistan Women will play their ICC Women’s World Cup matches...

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