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Six dead in separate incidents

Two sisters were gunned down and four people died in separate incidents of violence on Sunday. Police officials said the sisters Samina and Nazo...

3 killed in different incidents

Three people were killed in different incidents on Saturday. In the first incident, a 35-year-old man was shot dead while resisting a robbery in Shad...

11,500 incidents of terrorism in 2010

The US State Department annual report on the war on terror has revealed 11,500 terror incidents occurred in Pakistan during 2010. Most of the catalogued...

18 injured in wall collapse incidents

Around 18 people, including nine children, were injured in different wall collapse incidents in the city. According to details, in Altaf Colony, North Cantt, Akram,...

Seven gunned down in separate incidents

Seven people were gunned down in separate parts of the metropolis on Thursday, Pakistan Today has learnt. The Sachal Goth police said that two...

Four of a family gunned down in separate incidents

Four of a family, including a minor boy and a woman, were gunned down over personal enmity in separate incidents on Monday, Pakistan Today...

2 killed, 14 hurt in windstorm-related incidents

At least two people were killed and 14 injured in windstorm-related incidents in the district during the last 24 hours. Reportedly, two people were killed...

‘Incidents of targeted killings have reduced’

KARACHI - Incidents of target killings have reduced in the city and action against criminals involved in targeted killings and extortions is being accelerated to get more results, said Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Thursday.
He expressed these views while talking to journalists at the office of Sindh Election Commission, where he had arrived along with Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah and leaders of coalition parties of the PPP-led Sindh government, to file

Three gunned down in as many incidents

KASUR - At least three people were killed in separate incidents in the Chunian and Pattoki areas. In the first incident, unidentified people shot a labourer Nazir Ahmed dead when he was going to village Chah Alamwala. In the second incident, Arshad was going home when some dacoits intercepted him and snatched cash and a mobile phone from him. As he resisted the robbery, they shot him dead. In the third incident, a man was killed in Pattoki over an old enimity. Khalid Mayo was going to

Three dead, four injured in separate incidents

KARACHI - Three men were killed and four other injured in separate violent incidents in the city on Friday. A man identified as Muhammad Ali, 35, was gunned down by unidentified armed men in the Dhobi Ghat area. The body of the victim was shifted to the Civil Hospital Karachi (CHK). The Sir Syed police found the bullet-riddled body of a rickshaw driver near the Anda Mor. The victim was identified as 22-year-old Rabnawaz. An FIR of the case was registered for further investigation.

Two girls shot dead in separate incidents

MURIDKE - A youth killed his sister while an uncle gunned down his niece in the Sadar police areas.
Ghulam Mustafa of Fatah Puri asked his elder sister Samra to wash his clothes. On her refusal, he opened fire and killed her instantly. The police have registered a case against the accused on the report of her father M Abbas.
In another incident, Sanaullah of Chak No 33 killed his niece Tabassum over illicit relations, and fled away. Sadar police have registered a case and

Isolated incidents must not affect ties, Pakistan tells US

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan on Monday underscored the importance that Islamabad and the US must "candidly" share views on significant issues to deepen the mutual understanding, saying that "isolated incidents must not be allowed to impact the bilateral relations".
President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani conveyed this message to US Special Representative on Pakistan and Afghanistan Marc Grossman in their separate meetings.
Grossman spent a busy day in the

Isolated incidents must not affect ties

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He said the nation had paid heavily in the war against terrorism, losing thousands of men and suffering colossal economic toll. He said Pakistan was fighting its war against terrorism in a manner which was most suitable in the particular context and no one should question our commitment or intentions. "Where our soldiers took on the militants head on, we pursued policies and actions to wean away our youth falling into the traps of militants. The world can't

Five dead in separate incidents

LAHORE - A man lost his life on Wednesday late night hours when bullets were fired at him in a scuffle between two groups of cable operators in the jurisdiction of the Green Town Police. The deceased was identified as the Muhammad Hussain, 28-years-old, a resident of Sattu Katla.
Hussain got injured in a scuffle between two cable operators groups namely Bhola group and Faryad group over the rights of the distribution of TV cable in the PCSIR colony and Qaisar, a member of the

BA concerned by rising incidents of abduction

QUETTA - Provincial ministers in Balochistan Assembly on Tuesday expressed their concern over the deteriorating law and order situation in the province, particularly the growing incidents of abductions for ransom, including that of Hindus.
They suggested equipping Levies Force and police force by giving them a free hand to bust kidnapping gangs. Balochistan Inspector General of Police Malik Mohammad Iqbal, Chief Secretary Ahmed Bakhsh Lehri and Home Secretary Akbar Hussain

Two killed in separate incidents

KARACHI - The people were killed in separate incidents in the city in Tuesday.
The body of a 26-year-old man was found at Budhni Goth, Mauripur.Police said that the victim had two deep wounds on his head and his throat was slit with a sharp object.
The victim was identified as Habib, son of Ali Murad. He was a resident of Khaskheli Muhalla, Budhni Goth.
The police suspect personal enmity as the likely reason behind the murder.
Separately, a man was shot dead by two

Torture incidents on the rise in Okara

OKARA - Torture incidents seem to be ever increasing in the suburban Okara for the last few months. Seven people, namely Muhammad Mansha, Javed Iqbal, Imtiaz Ahmad, Mukhtiar and Nasir along with their 2 unknown accomplices, armed with sticks barged in the house of Ejaz Bibi, wife of Maqbool Hussain, resident of 24/GD, and tortured her and her daughter Robina Kausar.
In another incident, seven people; Muhammad Siddiq, Muhammad Hanif, Muhammad Tariq and Javed along with their