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Four months after Quetta police college tragedy, newly-built wall collapses

QUETTA: The newly-constructed wall of the Quetta police training college reportedly collapsed on Monday, roughly four months after the attack on the facility that martyred 61 security personnel. The wall of the training college was built again to enhance security arrangements for the college. The wall was built with millions …

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Border strikes must have Kabul nod, US tells Pakistan

ISLAMABAD –  The United States has told Pakistan that any action inside Afghanistan against the terrorists must be mutually agreed upon between the two neighbours, The Nation has learnt. Senior officials at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Sunday said that Washington wanted Kabul and Islamabad to agree on the …

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KP police requests new force for CPEC, Chinese nationals’ security

PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police on Monday forwarded a summary to CM Pervaiz Khattak, asking for the formation of a new force for the protection of Chinese individuals present in the country. KP police prepared the summary pertaining to the protection and security of Chinese individuals working on development projects including …

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بلوچستان میں کس سوچ کا ادب تخلیق ہو رہا ہے؟

پاکستان کے صوبے بلوچستان میں ان دنوں غیرمعمولی صورتحال ہے، ادبی، علمی اور تعلیمی تقریبات محدود ہوچکی ہیں جبکہ سیاسی سرگرمیاں بھی کم ہی نظر آتی ہیں۔ ان حالات میں وہاں کس سوچ،خیال کا ادب تخلیق ہو رہا ہے اور اس کے رجحانات کیا ہیں۔ گوادر میں کتب میلے کے …

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Pakistan moves heavy artillery to Afghan border

Security has been heightened and according to reports, the Pakistan Army has moved heavy artillery including tanks on the border with Afghanistan. Pakistan closed its borders with Afghanistan following a deadly suicide bombing at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar last week.  The move comes after the Pakistan Army pounded …

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Political forces in Balochistan demand inclusion of IDPs in census

The Balochistan Solidarity Jirga on Saturday demanded of the government to ensure inclusion of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the upcoming census. The jirga, held at Sarawan House and attended by prominent political, religious and tribal personalities, also urged the government to keep foreigners in the province out of the …

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Apologia

  ZARRAR KHUHRO — IN keeping with the title of this piece, I’ll start with a pre-emptive apology of my own: I’m sorry if anything written here happens to hurt national security, democracy or your feelings. I’m sorry that this piece and countless others like it even have to be …

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اسلام آباد: ’’تمام مادری زبانوں کو قومی زبان کا درجہ دیا جائے‘‘، دو روزہ ادبی میلے کے اختتام پر اعلامیہ جاری

مادری زبانوں کا دوسرا ادبی میلہ لوک ورثہ میں اختتام پذیر ہو گیا۔ دو روزہ میلے میں 15 زبانوں کے ادیب، شاعر اور محققوں نے حصہ لیا اور مادری زبانوں میں لکھے گئے ادب اور معاشرے میں ان کے کردار پر بحث مباحثہ ہوا۔ اعلامیے میں‌ حکومت سے مطالبہ کیا …

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Pakistan rulers support terrorism: Afghanistan Assembly Speaker

INDORE: Amid absence of Pakistan in South Asian Speakers’ summit, Afghanistan came down heavily onPakistan about sponsoring terrorism+ in the neighbouring states. Afghanistan even said that if Pakistan does not change its policy, terrorism could become a big threat for itself. “Terrorism in South Asia is the biggest and most serious issue …

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What lies behind uneasy Afghanistan-Pakistan ties?

INSIDE STORYPOLITICS Pakistan is pointing the finger at its neighbour, Afghanistan, after one of the bloodiest weeks in recent memory. Inside Story18 Feb 2017 20:56 GMT Politics, Afghanistan, Pakistan, War & Conflict, Asia Pakistan has seen one of the most violent weeks in recent memory. More than 100 people have been killed in a series of attacks. A …

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