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Five terrorists killed in school operation; more teachers, students rescued

PESHAWAR: At least five terrorists have so far been killed during rescue operation in army public school Peshawar and two more students and two teachers have been rescued. According to ISPR, three blocks of the school have been cleared and five terrorists were killed by security forces.   ...

🕔 3:20 PM - December 16, 2014 Read Full News
 

Peshawar school attack: PM announces three-day mourning

PESHAWAR: Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif Tuesday announced three-day mourning over terrorists attack on a school in which about 126 schoolchildren were killed and over 200 injured. On arrival in Peshawar, the prime minister termed the Peshawar incident as national tragedy and said that the terrorists would be eliminated from the country and such coward attacks could not weaken the moral of the nation. He urged the nation to forge...

🕔 3:14 PM - December 16, 2014 Read Full News
 

Four attackers killed in rescue operation: DG ISPR

PESHAWAR:  Four attackers were killed so far in ongoing operation against militants, said   DG Inter-Services Public Relations. “The search and clean operation is underway and Pak-Army cleared three blocks o f Army Public School,” added DG ISPR. The remaining terrorists were confined to the block four, added ISPR. He said that Corps commander Peshawar was monitoring the ongoing operation.   Meanwhile, five...

🕔 2:34 PM - December 16, 2014 Read Full News
 

Peshawar's attack death toll soars to 126: CM Khattak

PESHAWAR:  The death tolls of Peshawar’s deadly attack on Army-run school in Peshawar soared to 126, confirmed Said spokesman of Chief Minister Khyber Pakhunkhta Pervez Khattak.   According to reports, six to seven terrorists bore modern weaponry wearing adorning black uniforms were attacked Army Public School located at Warsak road on Tuesday and opened indiscriminate firing on students.  "The terrorists...

🕔 1:26 PM - December 16, 2014 Read Full News
 

126 killed, 83 injured in militants attacks on Army school in Peshawar

PESHAWAR: At least 126 students inclding two teachers  were killed and 83 others including teachers were reportedly injured as terrorists attacked Army Public school located at Worsak Road on Tuesday.  According to initial reports, six to seven terrorists wearing army uniform entered to Army Public School and opened firing injuring killing 126 students, two teachers and security gurad and injuring 83 students others as...

🕔 10:45 AM - December 16, 2014 Read Full News
 

Negotiation only way for solution of political issues: Siraj

PESHAWAR: Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Siraj-ul-Haq says negotiation is the only way for solution of political issues. Addressing a function in Peshawar on Sunday, he said it is time to work collectively to taking the country out of the crises. Siraj-ul-Haq said a true welfare Islamic state will be established if Jamaat-e-Islami is voted to power. ...

🕔 7:26 PM - December 14, 2014 Read Full News
 

Lady health worker injured in Peshawar firing

PESHAWAR: A female health worker was injured when unknown gunmen opened fire in Peshawar here on Saturday. According to police, unidentified attackers opened firing in Sherojangi area near Charsadda road in Peshawar that injured a lady health worker. The injured health worker was shifted to Lady Reading Hospital for treatment. The motive of the attack was not ascertained until the last report was filed....

🕔 1:03 PM - December 13, 2014 Read Full News
 

Six bullet riddled bodies found in Nowshera

NOWSHERA: Six bullet riddled bodies were recovered from Indus River in Nizampur area of district Nowshera here on Saturday. Police said that the dead bodies were recovered from Indus River in Nizampur. Police said that all the persons were shot dead.  The dead bodies were shifted to District Headquarter Hospital for medico legal formalities....

🕔 12:49 PM - December 13, 2014 Read Full News
 

30 suspects held in Peshawar search operation

PESHAWAR: Peshawar police here on Saturday conducted a search operation in various areas of the city and arrested more than 30 suspected persons. According to details, the police carried out search operation in different areas of Peshawar city. During the search operation more than 30 suspected persons. Meanwhile in another operation in Bannu security forces destroy house of a militant commander in Lala Kaly area of Jani Khel, Bannu....

🕔 12:43 PM - December 13, 2014 Read Full News
 

Four magnitude quake jolts Swat Valley

SWAT: An earthquake jolted the Swat Valley and its adjoining areas on Saturday morning whereas no casualities and fiscal loss have been reported so far. According to reports, a tremor of 4 magnitude on Richter scale has rocked the Swat Valley early this morning, however, people came out of their houses and were very frightened. The epicenter of the earthquake was the area located at the Pak-Afghan boundary. Moreover, no human loss...

🕔 10:13 AM - December 13, 2014 Read Full News
 

PM announces Rs2.32 cut in electricity tariff

PESHAWAR: Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif Friday announced Rs 2.32 cut in electricity tariff and promised decreased in oil prices from next month. Talking to media men here at the Governor’s House, the prime minister held the sit-ins responsible for delay in electricity projects. He said that the government to supply cheaper electricity to the people.  He said that the government has started producing electricity from coal...

🕔 12:22 PM - December 12, 2014 Read Full News
 

PM Nawaz condoles with Bilour family

PESHAWAR: Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif Friday arrived at the house Ghulam Ahmad Bilour in Peshawar and offered fateha for the departed soul of Usman Bilour, son of late Bashir Bilour.  The prime minister was accompanied by Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Sardar Mehtab Ahmad Khan.  The prime minister condoled with the bereaved Bilour family. The prime minister said that the Bilour family had offered tremendous sacrifices...

🕔 11:44 AM - December 12, 2014 Read Full News
 

TTP says Malala awarded Noble Prize for promoting western culture

PESHAWAR: Proscribed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) spokesman on Thursday criticized young education activist Malala Yousufzai and said she was given Noble Peace Prize for ‘promoting western culture and not the education’. According to a statement issued here, Mohammad Khurasani, the spokesman for Mullah Fazlullah-led faction of outlawed TTP, said Malala’s father, Ziauddin set her daughter against the religion and...

🕔 8:20 PM - December 11, 2014 Read Full News
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