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Pak-Afghan military delegations discuss border security situation

PESHAWAR: A seven member Afghan military delegation here on Wednesday held a meeting with a Pakistan military delegation in Peshawar and discussed border security situation and other issues of mutual interest. According to ISPR, a seven member Afghan military delegation led by Brigadier General Abdul Karimi visited Peshawar Corps Headquarter and met with the Pakistan military delegation. The Pakistan military delegation was led by...

🕔 5:36 PM - July 29, 2015 Read Full News

All set for re-polling on 360 polling stations in KP

PESHAWAR: Stage has been set for re-polling on about 360 polling stations in connection with the Local Government (LG) elections in Khyber Pakthunkhwa scheduled to be held on Thursday (tomorrow). The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has completed all the arrangements for the smooth holding of re polling in the said polling stations that would be held in 14 districts of Khyber Pakthunkhwa on Thursday, official sources in Provincial...

🕔 3:56 PM - July 29, 2015 Read Full News

Police arrest militants commander in Peshawar

PESHAWAR:  The Peshawar police on Wednesday claimed to have arrested a commander of a banned outfit during counter terrorism raid. According to Peshawar SSP (operations) Dr Mian Saeed, search operations were conducted in Hazar Khawani, Dir Colony, Tor Baba and Ghafoorabad areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's provincial capital city. During the raids the commander of a proscribed militant organisation, identified as M Fahim son of Naseem...

🕔 2:20 PM - July 29, 2015 Read Full News

Four killed, 14 injured in road mishap in Karak

KARAK: At least four people were killed and 14 other injured as a passenger bus collided with a bank cash carrying vehicle on Indus Highway in Karak here on Tuesday. According to police, a passenger bus coming from Peshawar to Karachi collided with a vehicle carrying cash for bank near Wapda Town on Indus Highway. As a result of the collission the bank vehicle fall into a deep ravine and the driver and two security guards were killed...

🕔 6:30 PM - July 28, 2015 Read Full News

Pak Army shifts 30 tourists, patients from Chitral to Peshawar

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Army has shifted thirty tourists and patients from Chitral to Peshawar today. They were stranded in Chitral due to rain and floods. Pak Army medical teams are also busy in providing treatment to the people injured due to floods. Floods continue devastating Chitral the 80 percent area of which is under water. According to ISPR so far 31 people have lost their lives in floods while over 400 houses has been damaged. After...

🕔 5:08 PM - July 28, 2015 Read Full News

Militants commander among 35 arrested in Swabi raids

SWABI: Around 35 suspects including key commander of banned outfit and ten terrorists were arrested by police during an anti terror raids in verious parts of District Swabi on Tuesday.  According to detials, police, led by DIG Mardan region Saeed Khan, conduncted counter terrorism raids in Topi, Malikabad, Gadoon and Soganday areas today after receiving information about the pressence of terrorists in the area.  Druing search...

🕔 3:25 PM - July 28, 2015 Read Full News

PDMA dispatches huge consignments of relief goods to flood-hit Chitral

PESHAWAR: The Provincial Disaster Management Authority Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has dispatched huge consignments of relief goods and non-food items from Dir Lower to the flood devastated Chitral district. The consignment includes 565 tents, 2860 blankets, 141 plastic mates, 70 hygiene kits and six bundles of life jackets have been provided to Chitral and are being distributed among the affected population 1000 packages including ghee, flour,...

🕔 8:35 PM - July 27, 2015 Read Full News

Chitral: Flood death toll reaches 64, more than 1750 houses demolished

CHITRAL: More than 1750 houses have been completely demolished while at least 64 bodies have been found so far after floods wreaked havoc in the district and adjoining areas of Chitral. As many as three lac people are restricted to affected areas as land connections to safer parts are lost. At least 25 mosques, several educational institutions are destroyed whereas several connective bridges have not yet been restored. Land connections...

🕔 5:00 PM - July 27, 2015 Read Full News

CM Khattak vows to continue anti-encroachment operation without any discrimination

PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak here on Monday vowed that the anti-encroachment operation in the province would continue without any political discrimination that encroachment is the main cause of floods destruction. Talking to media, CM Khattak said that that the provincial government had issued notices to the concerned parties adding that the anti-encroachment operation would be completed within the next...

🕔 4:46 PM - July 27, 2015 Read Full News

Relief activities continue in flood-hit areas of Chitral

CHITRAL: In Chitral, rescue and relief activities are continuing in flood-hit areas while Pak Army aircraft evacuated 80 tourists trapped in the affected areas.  The Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has distributed forty tons of food items including flour, rice, sugar, pluses and other things among the affected people. It also dispatched five hundred tents to Chitral for distribution among...

🕔 5:11 PM - July 26, 2015 Read Full News

Four drums as car plunges into canal

SHANGLA:  At least four people were drummed when a car in which they were travelling plunged into a canal in Besham area of district Shangla on Sunday. As per reports, four people were travelling in a car when their car plunged into a canal near Besham area.  Locals started self base rescue operation to rescue them.         ...

🕔 2:06 PM - July 26, 2015 Read Full News

Death toll soars to 31 as two more bodies recovered in Chitral

CHITRAL:  The death tolls from floods have reached to 31 as two more bodies were recovered from flood-affected areas of district Chitral on Sunday.  According to reports, the rains and flood washed away more than 300 houses, 25 Masjids, bridges, educational institutions, communication equipments and crops.  Land connections of Kalash Valley and Ganche to other parts are yet to be repaired. As many as nine hydel power...

🕔 11:39 AM - July 26, 2015 Read Full News

Met Office predicts severe weather system likely to persist

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has warned that during next 3-4 days severe weather system is likely to persist in Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral. It may cause floods particularly in the areas of Bagrot, Bindogol and Golain valleys. Local communities have been advised to remain alert and concerned authorities should take precautionary measures....

🕔 9:11 PM - July 25, 2015 Read Full News
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