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Imran Khan announces nationwide protest against inflation

Islamabad:  Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has announced countrywide protest rallies on Saturday against the issue of inflation.

Pakistan: After Sindh and Punjab, Islamabad limits operational hours to combat current energy crisis

Islamabad: Pakistan's capital city Islamabad will now limit their operational hours of markets, shopping malls, wedding halls and restaurants in an effort to tackle the current energy crisis, a step previously taken by other regions like Sindh and Punjab.

Pakistan: Security guard 'rapes' Swedish woman in Islamabad

Islamabad: A Swedish woman, who is working for an international organization in Pakistan, alleged she was raped by her guard in Islamabad city, media reports said on Thursday.

Pakistan: Embassies’ from 35 nations express concern over crime situation in Islamabad

Islamabad: Diplomats and security advisers from 35 countries from Far East, Central Asia, Middle East and Africa have expressed concerns over the law and order and crime situation in Pakistan’s Islamabad city, Dawn reported on Wednesday.

Amid Imran Khan's assassination plot rumours, high alert sounded in Islamabad

Islamabad/IBNS: Amid rumours of a plot being hatched to assassinate former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, the Islamabad Police has said that the security agencies have been put on high alert in adjoining areas of Bani Gala in the city.

Pakistan government permanently bans rallies in Islamabad following Imran Khan's Azadi March

Islamabad: Following the chaos during former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Islamabad rally, the federal government has decided to impose a permanent ban on the entry of rallies and processions in the capital in an attempt to curb disorder, Express Tribune reported on Sunday.

Pakistan: Several PTI leaders, including Imran Khan, booked for riots during Azadi March

Islamabad: The Islamabad Police have registered a case against former Pakistan PM Imran Khan and several other senior PTI leaders for the riots that took place in Islamabad during the “Azadi March” last week.

Pakistan: Afghan refugees who want to settle in developed countries hold rally in Islamabad

Islamabad: A large number of refugees from Afghanistan recently demonstrated in Pakistan's Islamabad city as they demanded  shelter in developed countries.

Pakistan: Police ready to stop long march in Islamabad

Islamabad: Police in the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi have started chalking out plans and strategies to stop the proposed 'Long March' called by former prime minister Imran Khan to the federal Capital, which will be followed by sit-in for indefinite time, The News reported on Monday.

Pakistan: Govt may take back PECA ordinance, IHC informed during hearing

Islamabad: The Pakistan government has informed the Islamabad High Court (IHC) that it is possible that it might take back the PECA Ordinance.

Aurat March in Pakistan: Participants demand gender equality

Islamabad: Several groups, representing a diverse school of thoughts, assembled around the National Press Club (NPC) in Pakistan's capital Islamabad to participate in Aurat March to mark the 'International Women's Day' event on Tuesday.

Islamabad High Court describes PECA changes as “oppressive and draconian”

Islamabad: Islamabad High Court Chief Justice Athar Minallah has described the Pakistan Electronic Crimes Act (Peca) Ordinance 2022 as “oppressive and draconian”.

Pakistan: Clash at National Press Club in Islamabad leaves journalists hurt

Islamabad: Two rival groups clashed inside the National Press Club (NPC) in Pakistan capital Islamabad on Thursday which left journalists hurt, media reports said.

Pakistan: Policeman dies during shootout with suspected terrorists in Islamabad

Islamabad: A policeman and two suspected terrorists were killed  during a shootout in Pakistan's Islamabad city on Monday, media reports said.

Pakistan minister warns of more terror incidents in Islamabad

Islamabad: Pakistan's Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed has warned Islamabad city may witness more terrorism-related incidents in the upcoming days.