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Attack on Soldiers in India-administered Kashmir
At least 10 people, including several police officials, injured in attack targeting security officials.
Ex-detainees have reportedly been repatriated to Pakistan but there is no information on their current whereabouts.
BJP projected to win first parliamentary majority by a single party in 30 years.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack near a restaurant in the garrison city.
Pro-Taliban messages, images and videos plastered on website used primarily for public awareness campaigns.
No immediate reports of damage or casualties.
Troops will also be deployed at checkposts along the border to ensure all travelers are vaccinated before they exit the tribal region.
Army officials in Afghanistan and Pakistan blame each other for the firing that resulted in one casualty.
Unless one of the leading candidates concedes, Abdullah and Ghani will face-off in second-round vote on June 14.
Boko Haram will not be allowed to dictate terms for release of abducted schoolgirls, says interior minister.
Information ministry official confirms their visas have expired and they have been informed there will be no extensions.
Frontier Corps personnel secured terminal after killing one attacker and forcing the others to flee.
At least five militants killed in ongoing feud between Khan Said Sajna and Hakimullah Mehsud factions.
Official election results due on Friday but exit polls predict the BJP and its allies will defeat the Congress party.
Case registered after lawyers shouted slogans against local police chief who shares a name with Islam’s second caliph.
Locals say murders have raised tensions between religious groups.
Ghorak village in Kandahar province has been under siege by Taliban fighters for several months, leading to food shortage.
Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani likely to compete in head-to-head election next month.
PTI chief says he launched protest because he was ‘bored’ by country’s political state.
P.M. Sharif and Iranian President Rouhani agree to overcome obstacles to completion of pipeline and commit to increasing bilateral linkages.