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Five dead, five others injured in attack on provincial police.
Whatmore defends Misbah-ul-Haq’s captaincy, says renewal of coaching contract depends on ‘mutual willingness.’
Ambassador calls relations with Pakistan ‘very strong, intimate, and exemplary.’
Members of religious minority worry that Sunday’s bombing will lead to more attacks on them in future.
Six new national schemes worth Rs. 20 billion set to cover half million Pakistanis.
Four missiles fired into compound in Shawal, along the Afghan border.
TTP’s Jandullah group claims responsibility for attacking church service.
Indian man who killed his daughter and her boyfriend to protect his family’s honor says he cleaned ‘social wrong.’
Interior ministry spokesman says the 10 detainees received training in Pakistan’s Waziristan region.
Former Taliban second-in-command expected to move to Karachi, where his family lives.
Women jumped into canal after arguing with their father, who was unable to afford dowries for them.
Raghuram Rajan raises interest rates to reduce inflation, causes sharp falls on stock market.
Four adult accused charged with at least five offenses, including gang rape and destruction of evidence.
Frontier Corps personnel arrest 12 members of a gang involved in destroying NATO shipments traveling through Pakistan.
Inebriated pilot was due to fly to Islamabad from Leeds Bradford International Airport.
Attackers threw grenades at mosque, killing three preachers and wounding 18 others.
Punjab police have arrested members of jirga that forced three accused to walk on burning coals to prove their innocence.
Nearly 5,000 cases of dengue fever reported in a month, with 12 people reported dead.
Gunmen on motorbikes target head of the provincial independent election commission outside his home.
The Taliban’s response to the government’s offer of peace talks makes it unlikely the situation will be resolved any time soon.