Friday, May 26, 2017

CPEC construction: Three laborers from Punjab killed in Baluchistan

SANA MAHMOOD TURBAT: Three laborers hailing from Rahim Yar Khan (Punjab), hired by FWO to work at CPEC-related road construction project, were killed when they left their camp to buy provisions from Hoshab

PILER condemns killing of workers in Gwadar area

M. M. A KARACHI: Pakistan Institute of Labor Education and Research (PILER) has vehemently condemned the killing of 11 workers in Gwadar and demanded the government to provide security to the workers,

Eleven workers killed in Gwadar firing

QUETTA: At least eleven workers have been reportedly killed in a firing incident in Gwadar, Balochistan on Saturday, police said. Two others were injured in the incident. “Unidentified gunmen opened

Deputy Senate Chairman’s motorcade attacked in Mastung: 25 killed

 M. M. ALAM MASTUNG: A suicide bombing that took place after Friday prayers here near a mosque resulted into death of at least 25 people. Some 35 people also got injured in the roadside attack in

Chaman Census Attack: Envoy claims only 2 Afghan soldiers killed

M. M. ALAM ISLAMABAD: Ambassador of Afghanistan here Omar Zakhilwal has rejected today Pakistan's claim apropos killing 50 and injuring 100 Afghan border security personnel while retaliating to firing

PAF on high-alert: 11 killed, 42 injured due to Afghan Border Police firing at Census team

M. M. ALAM CHAMAN: Afghan Border Police has killed ten and injured 40 Pakistanis today by means of a cross-border firing targeting the villages of Kali Luqman and Kali Jahangir here. Due to scarcity

4 FC personnel killed in a bomb attack at Kech, Makran

M. M. ALAM KECH: A remote-controlled IED bomb was used by unidentified miscreants to target a FC vehicle that was on routine patrolling here. According to details not less than four FC personnel lost

70-year-old man with 42 children gets counted in census 2017

TURBAT: Haji Abdul Majeed Mengal, a 70-year-old resident of Balochistan, successfully got registered in the ongoing headcount exercise (census 2017)  along with his 42 children. Abdul Majeed, who hails

Baloch insurgents confess receiving RAW funding: ISPR

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan army’s media wing has claimed that at least 20 insurgents including a Ferrari commander surrendered to Pakistan Rangers Punjab on Tuesday. According to an Inter-Services Public


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