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Some people are inviting martial law: Sirajul Haq

PESHAWAR: Jamaat Islami (JI) chief Sirajul Haq said on Sunday that the solution to the problem is in establishing the writ of the constitution and democracy, adding that some people are inviting the martial law. Addressing the media, Haq said that whoever is wishing for martial law is trying to push Pakistan Army into a swamp. He said that he had presented a formula of Prime Minister’s resignation to Imran Khan, adding that...

πŸ•” 11:13 PM - August 31, 2014 Read Full News

Magnitude-6 earthquake jolts Peshawar, Islamabad

PESHAWAR: Authorities in Pakistan say a magnitude-6 earthquake has struck the country's north, though there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. Pakistan Meteorological Department official Mohammad Shahid said people felt the quake Sunday in Peshawar and Islamabad. He said its epicentre was in the Hindu Kush mountains on the country's border with Afghanistan and Tajikistan. The US Geological Survey described the temblor...

πŸ•” 6:20 PM - August 31, 2014 Read Full News

Army Chief reiterates to continue operation against terrorists

PESHAWAR: Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif has said Pakistan Army will continue operation against the terrorists till they are completely eliminated. According to ISPR, he expressed these thoughts at Pak-China Special Services troops' joint exercises today in Cherat near Peshawar. The army chief said armed forces are determined to flush out the terrorists with their highly skilled trained and professional expertise even from...

πŸ•” 3:10 PM - August 29, 2014 Read Full News

1st PIA Hajj flight leaves for Saudi Arabia from Peshawar

PESHAWAR: The first Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) special Hajj flight carrying 323 intending pilgrims left Bacha Khan International Peshawar for Jeddah on Friday morning. According to Hajj directorate, a total of 24400 intending pilgrims will be airlifted to Hajjaz-e-Muqadas from Peshawar. Twenty five scheduled PIA Special Hajj flights and other Airlines will airlift the intending pilgrims. Saudi Air Lines has resumed its...

πŸ•” 11:24 AM - August 29, 2014 Read Full News

Five family members shot dead over land dispute in Kohat

KOHAT: At least five persons of the same family including a man, his wife, two daughters and a son were shot dead over a land dispute in Ali Zai area of Kohat here on Friday. According to details, unknown armed men barged into a house in Ali Zai area of Kohat and opened indiscriminate firing. As a result of firing a man, his wife, two daughters and son were killed on the spot. The culprits after committing the crime escaped from the...

πŸ•” 9:41 AM - August 29, 2014 Read Full News

Saudi Airlines resumes operation from Peshawar

PESHAWAR: Saudi Airlines Thursday will resume its flight operations from Peshawar Thursday after suspending its services for two months following a firing incident on Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) aircraft. According to airport sources, various international airlines had suspended their flight operations to and from Bacha Khan airport, Peshawar, after the shooting incident at the PIA plane on June 24, 2014 that left a passenger...

πŸ•” 11:55 AM - August 28, 2014 Read Full News

KPK ministers directed to join PTI’s sit-in after finishing official works

PESHAWAR: Chief Minister of Khyber Pakthunkhwa Pervez Khattak has directed all the provincial ministers to work in their offices till afternoon and then join party sit-in in Islamabad in the evening. After receiving complaints about delay in official work, the chief minister said that before leaving of sit-in of the party in Islamabad, the provincial ministers should work in their offices till afternoon.    ...

πŸ•” 6:24 PM - August 27, 2014 Read Full News

Key Taliban commander killed in clash with police in D I Khan

PESHAWAR: A key militant commander of the outlawed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and the proscribed Lashkar-i-Jhangvi, Waleed Akbar, was killed and one of his accomplices injured on Wednesday during a police encounter in the Prova tehsil of Dera Ismail Khan. The commander was killed in the encounter that ensued when militants attacked District Police Officer (DPO) Sadiq Baloch in the Chodwan area of Prova tehsil following which...

πŸ•” 3:49 PM - August 27, 2014 Read Full News

KP govt won’t exercise civil disobedience: Inayatullah

PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senior Minister Inayatullah Khan Tuesday said the provincial government will not exercise civil disobedience called by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan. “Not paying electricity bills and other dues would be considered as act of treason,” KP senior minister said while talking to media. PTI Chairman Imran Khan, who continued his sit-in in the red zone of Islamabad against vote...

πŸ•” 12:33 PM - August 26, 2014 Read Full News

Three gunned down in Bannu

BANNU: Unknown gunmen killed three persons in Bannu, who were facing terrorism charges and were wanted in several cases, police told. The incident took place in FR Jani Khel area of Bannu when three persons riding a motorcycle were ambushed by unidentified assailants. They opened fire on them that killed the three persons on the spot. Police told that the deceased were wanted in several cases involving terrorism charges including...

πŸ•” 11:43 AM - August 26, 2014 Read Full News

Khattak stops PTI workers from responding to PML-N rallies

PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak on Monday stopped Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf workers from staging rallies in reaction of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz demonstrations in the province, saying his party didn’t favour confrontation with political forces but was fighting for democratic and constitutional rights. He was talking to PTI office-bearers from different districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Islamabad,...

πŸ•” 9:55 AM - August 26, 2014 Read Full News

Fresh polio drive launched for tribal regions

PESHAWAR: Pakistan on Monday launched a fresh drive to vaccinate more than 700,000 children in the restive tribal belt against polio, but officials said nearly 300,000 others would miss out because of threats from militants. The World Health Organisation (WHO) declared a global “public health emergency “in early May after new polio cases began surfacing and spreading across borders from countries including Pakistan. It...

πŸ•” 6:19 PM - August 25, 2014 Read Full News

ANP siding with Parliament, not Nawaz: Asfandyar

PESHAWAR: Awami National Party (ANP) chief Asfandyar Wali Khan on Monday said he and his party were siding with Parliament and not with Nawaz Sharif. Speaking at a press conference, Wali said a drama was under way in Islamabad in the name of 'revolution' and 'change'. The ANP chief said conditions had become such that no country wanted to deal with Pakistan, adding that the fact that two heads of states had cancelled their visits...

πŸ•” 2:12 PM - August 25, 2014 Read Full News
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