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Rs846m camera project launched to boost surveillance

The cameras will cover important locations in the city in addition to the existing 1,000 ones.

1,200 ex-military men join police force

Some 1,200 ex-servicemen have joined the Sindh police with more than 1,000 to be deployed in the city alone.

No end to woes of vault robbery victims

FIR not registered; no word from bank management

Bank lockers looted in Soldier Bazaar

KARACHI: Some half a dozen armed robbers seized a lone security guard of a private bank in Soldier Bazaar on ...

Police to receive bomb detection, disposal vehicles

KARACHI: Police are set to receive a fleet of more than a dozen foreign-funded vehicles equipped with modern gadgets...

Three convicts among 63 released from city prisons by Arbab govt

KARACHI: The Sindh police have finally identified the 63 persons released from Karachi prisons on parole more than a...

MQM confirms alliance talks under way: PPP gains of likely coalition shrouded in mystery

Both parties are silent on reasons for entering a dialogue process for an alliance seen as somewhat unnecessary for PPP.

DNA samples taken: 35 bodies of Hub tragedy yet to be identified

Families of victims of Hub tragedy are still waiting for the identification of their loved ones to take them for burial.

Police getting rewards for ‘encounter’ killings

KARACHI: With the terror threat looming over the metropolis, the city police appear to have become more than ever...

Ban on police recruitment lifted Sindh govt plans recruitment of 7,000 policemen

KARACHI: The Sindh government on Monday lifted the ban on recruitment ‘only for the police’, allowing the...

Traffic posts moved into police stations for security

KARACHI: As security threats loom over the law-enforcement agencies, the alarming trend has not even spared the...

Sindh govt to hire 200 inspectors for investigation

KARACHI: In an attempt to achieve a high conviction rate, the Sindh government has approved a proposal to hire 200...

115 police officers punished over ‘flawed’ investigation

KARACHI: With the Karachi operation entering the seventh month, conviction to thousands of suspects arrested over...

Only 25pc cases of policemen’s killing solved in three years

KARACHI: Though the investigations into the many cases of killing carried out in the city on sectarian, political ...

No clue to killers of Orangi project director, PTI leader

Police authorities have admitted that no clue has been found so far in the high-profile murder case of Perween Rehman.

Winning hearts in Karachi

The police are still a source of harassment, rather than protection, for the average law-abiding Karachi citizen.

Renewal of Afghan refugees’ registration cards begins

KARACHI: More than 68,000 Afghan refugees in Sindh started receiving their renewed Proof of Registration (PoR) ...

0.5m yet to seek computerised arms licences

KARACHI: As the deadline for computerised arms licence applications ended on Feb 15, fewer than half of the one...

Surge in ‘extrajudicial killings’ worries rights activists

KARACHI: An increase in the number of encounters that left more than a dozen suspected militants and hit men dead in...

Over 34pc lawmakers in PA fail to pay income tax

KARACHI: More than 50 members of the Sindh Assembly — both from the treasury and opposition benches — have not...

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