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A total of 62 people have been killed in ongoing violence that erupted on Sunday.
Tribunal disqualified PMLN leader Shaikh Akram, who has said he will challenge the decision in the Supreme Court.
A spokesman has claimed that investigation into the attack has revealed that the Baloch separatist group’s assertions are baseless.
Feud between rival factions of the TTP continues in fourth day of fighting.
A former detainee at the notorious Afghan prison outlines the plight of Pakistanis detained in Afghanistan.
Another 14 militants killed as clashes between feuding factions of the Pakistani Taliban persist.
At least 23 dead, over 30 others injured in early morning bombing.
Train had pulled to a stop at Sibi railway station when explosives detonated, killing 13 and injuring around 40 people.
Chief of Army Staff Gen. Raheel Sharif tells soldiers the military will continue to deliver on its mission to ensuring security of Pakistan.
At least 40 members of the Baloch Republican Army and the Baloch Liberation Army killed, according to officials.
Election Complaints Commission chief says his organization is currently verifying complaints submitted against all candidates.
Fighting breaks out between factions of the Pakistani Taliban loyal to Hakimullah Mehsud and Khan Said Sajna.
Court has directed former president to appear in person on April 21 or face arrest over Nawab Akbar Bugti assassination.
Polls will be conducted in nine phases until May 12 with most analysts predicting a win for hardliner Narendra Modi.
Interior minister Chaudhry Nisar says the decision is meant to be a goodwill gesture as part of ongoing peace talks.
At least 16 killed, another 49 injured after passenger truck falls into ravine due to being overloaded.
World leaders congratulate Afghanistan on the successful completion of polling on April 5.
Shafqat Emmanuel and Shagufta Kausar are accused of sending a blasphemous text message to a local cleric in Gojra.
Strong turnout for landmark polls that will mark Afghanistan’s first democratic handover of power.
Iranian parliamentarian claims the militants released four guards and the body of the fifth.