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Pakistan: Coast guard dies in landmine blast, ambush in Gwadar

Gwadar: A soldier died and seven others were injured in a landmine explosion and subsequent ambush by armed militants in the Jiwani area of Gwadar district of Pakistan recently, media reports said on Monday.

Pakistan: Tribal elder, son shot dead in Gawadar

Dera Bugti: Unidentified person shot dead the tribal elder and the chief of the Rajiha Bugti tribe in Karmanzai and his son in Dera Bugti district of Pakistan on Saturday, media reports said.

Pakistan: Blast rocks Bolan, two security personnel hurt

Dera Murad Jamali: At least two security personnel were hurt as a road-side blast occurred in Bolan district of Pakistan on Saturday.

Pakistan: Bajaur landmine blast leaves woman, son hurt

Bajaur: A landmine explosion in Bajaur tribal district of Pakistan on Saturday left at least a woman and her son injured, media reports said.

Pakistan: Imran Khan directs party leaders to get ready for 'Jail Bharo' movement

Lahore: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has directed the party leadership, workers, and supporters to get ready for Jail Bharo Tehreek (court arrest movement).

UNSC went against US on 2003 Iraq issue to avoid instability: Pakistan Ex-Foreign Minister

Geneva: The United Nations Security Council had to take a stand against the United States on the issue of Iraq in 2003 in order to avoid creating a precedent for preemptive attacks that could create global instability, Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, a former Pakistani foreign minister, told Sputnik.

Pakistan: Blast close to Quetta Police Lines leaves five people injured

Quetta: A blast close to the Quetta Police Lines area in Pakistan on Sunday left at least five people hurt, media reports said.

IMF lays 'tough conditions' to release $1.1 billion to cash-strapped Pakistan

Islamabad: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has laid a string of “tough conditions” to bail Pakistan out of its spiralling financial crisis, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said, media reported.

Pakistan's former President Pervez Musharraf dies at 79 after prolonged illness

Dubai/IBNS: Former Pakistan President and chief of the country's Army staff Pervez Musharraf, who had seized power in the South Asian nation in a bloodless coup in 1999, died at the American Hospital in UAE's Dubai on Sunday after a prolonged illness. He was 79.

Former Pakistan minister says situation in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa deteriorating rapidly

Islamabad: A prominent minister of the former PM Imran Khan-led government has claimed that the security situation in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) is deteriorating rapidly.

Peshawar blast investigation: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police take a stand with threat of mass resignation

Peshawar: A memo circulated by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police's special branch has revealed that over 100,000 junior ranks are considering resigning en masse if the recent attack on the mosque wasn’t not properly investigated, media reports said.

Pakistan: Punjab Home dept asks Chinese nationals working in province to hire private firms for security 

Lahore: Pakistan's Punjab Home Department has directed Chinese nationals, who are living in the province or working with private companies, to hire private security companies of A category for their security, media reports said.

PTA bans Wikipedia in Pakistan over 'sacrilegious content'

Islamabad: The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has banned  popular website Wikipedia in the country for not “blocking/removing sacrilegious content” within the 48-hour deadline given to the website, media reports said on Saturday.

'Hold Quran in your right hand, atom bomb on left': Pak leader's startling solution to economic crisis

Islamabad/IBNS: A Pakistan leader has stirred a row with his bizarre solution to the country's economic crisis that has kept the South Asian nation on an edge, media reports said.

Pakistan Rupee slides further to touch Rs 276.58 per dollar

Islamabad: The Pakistani Rupee plunged further on Friday to touch Rs 276.58 per dollar in the interbank market, media reports said on Fridayl