Some 588 people were killed and another 1,007 sustained injuries in 821 incidents of terrorism in the country during the first eight months of the year.
This was revealed in a month-wise break-up issued by the interior division for the period between January and September 2015. January and May proved to be the deadliest months . . . → Read More: Acts of terrorism for 2015 in Pakistan
Last September, the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Nawaz Sharif paid a visit to Karachi to observe himself the actual situation of Karachi, the financial hub of Pakistan. In consultation with the law-enforcement agencies, he approved the urgently required strategy to curb violence. It was then decided to start a broad-spectrum operation against all those . . . → Read More: Bleeding with Karachi
LAHORE – An unprecedented cross-country intelligence operation is underway to comb out local and foreign elements who are playing or could play into the hands of terrorists, The Nation has learnt.
The mega operation is an important development in the efforts against terrorism. It is in fact the first major practical step being taken after . . . → Read More: Are you Clean or Grey?
Despite years of establishment support, the MQM’s shenanigans and tantrums have transformed it into a nation-wide problem, further alienating from the national political mainstream – and it could end up becoming an aberration or political joke if it does not behave like a mature democratic institution
. . . → Read More: The Nation’s Problems Unite: Muttahida Qaumi Movement ke Muttahida Qaumi Maslay-masaail!!
Apparently frustrated at unending strife and lawlessness in Balochistan, the Supreme Court bluntly asked the provincial government on Wednesday if it was really discharging its duties constitutionally.
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KARACHI: Target killing and enmity claimed four lives in Karachi on Wednesday,Express News reported.
Unknown men opened fire in Machar Colony and killed 17-year-old Yousuf, while a body, bearing torture marks, was recovered from Lea Market area. The body has not been identified yet, but the deceased is said to have been abducted before he . . . → Read More: Target killings and murders must be differentiated
July 12th: According to ‘some’ international news agencies: 500 villages torched, thousands killed by Buddhist mobs and the Burmese army.
July 16th: The photos, all the evidence is out!
July 17th: Somehow all of that makes Pakistanis are unpatriotic for not staying in the country.
July 19th: Google images prove the photos were a . . . → Read More: Dealing with Burma: Reality versus Rumor
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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The Supreme Court on Monday expressed dissatisfaction with the government’s reports on Karachi violence, saying the reports lack facts that are needed to make headway in the case.
The reports were submitted by Attorney General Anwarul Haq during the suo motu hearing of the unrest in Karachi.
. . . → Read More: Govt reports on Karachi violence lack facts: Supreme Court