Five injured in blast in Pakistan's Quetta
The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has taken responsibility for the attack, stating security officials were targeted in the blast, the Dawn reported. The police, however, have not issued any statement so far in connection with the blast. Zeeshan Ahmad, a worker in the Edhi foundation, involved in the rescue operation, told Dawn that the injured individuals have been shifted to the city's Civil Hospital.
Pervez Musharraf - the era of misadventures
Musharraf served as Pakistan's army chief for about nine years from 1999 to 2008, during which, he overthrew the government of then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and declared a martial law in the country. Later, Musharraf became the 10th President of Pakistan in 2001 and remained on the position till early 2008.
Pakistan govt dares Imran: Those who cannot go jail for two days would run jail bharo
Addressing the media, Pak Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb maintained that the PTI chief was "scared" of going to jail and had been "hiding" at his Zaman Park Lahore residence, "using" his party workers for his politics, The Express Tribune reported.
Social media campaign at the top of Islamabad's anti-India toolkit
According to sources, the fake narrative will be shared on social media and demonstrations will be organised by Pakistan's agents present across the world. On the occasion of Kashmir Solidarity day, which is observed as a holiday in Pakistan on February 5, the country has plans to defame India at the international level.
Former Pakistan military ruler Pervez Musharraf passes away in Dubai
The 79-year-old former president and chief of army staff was suffering from amyloidosis, a rare disease caused by a build-up of an abnormal protein called amyloid in organs and tissues throughout the body, according to his family. The build-up of amyloid proteins (deposits) can make it difficult for the organs and tissues to work properly, The Express Tribune reported.
Imran Khan accuses Pak govt of using terror wave for political mileage
In a televised address, the PTI Chairman claimed that terrorism was at its lowest-ever point during his government but resurfaced with a vengeance during the "current regime", Dawn reported. "Look at the graph of terrorism and how it came down during the PTI rule," he said, adding, "Why wasn't there any terrorism when PTI was in the federal government?"
Thousands rally as wave of terrorism hits Pakistan
They were holding white flags and demanding strict action against terrorism, The Express Tribune reported.Civil society member, lawyers, political workers and the general public attended the protests held at Peshawar, Bajaur, Dir Upper, Dir Lower, Bannu, DI Khan and other key cities.
Imran Khan asks supporters to prepare for 'Jail Bharo' movement in Pakistan
Khan's comments come in the wake of sedition cases filed against his party's Senior Vice-President Fawad Chaudhry and former member of National Assembly Shandana Gulzar, while Senator Azam Swati and Shahbaz Gill were booked earlier for speaking against the military.