Journalists, politicians and lawyers have decried ‘discrimination’ by the Supreme Court on Wednesday after the court staff gave only one news channel access to the full-court reference in honour of outgoing chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry.
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Despite the recent killing of 10 foreign trekkers in Gilgit-Baltistan, around 25 foreign tourists including mountaineers and trekkers arrived in Islamabad Thursday to carry out their tourism missions.
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Heads have rolled over the June 15 bombing of Quaid-e-Azam’s residency in Ziarat after an initial report into the incident was presented to Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Malik Baloch on Wednesday.
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Despite its claims, the government appears unable to control the menace of target killings in Karachi at least nine people were killed in the metropolis on Monday, DawnNews reported.
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Gunmen shot dead three Shia Muslims on Wednesday in the southwestern city of Quetta, police and local intelligence officials said.
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The body of a newborn baby was excavated from the Malikpur graveyard in Faisalabad on Monday evening. . . . → Read More: Blackmagic: Infant’s body missing from grave in Faisalabad
In a suspected sectarian hit, at least seven people have been shot dead on the outskirts of Quetta.
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