ISLAMABAD: Violence returned to the Constitution Avenue after two weeks when anti-government protesters clashed with...
Secretariat police registered the case over the alleged killing of three PAT workers on Aug 30.
ISLAMABAD: A wellequipped 1,500-strong force of capital police surrounded the Banigala residence of Imran Khan in ...
Though Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) leaders, including their chairmen Tahirul...
RAWALPINDI/ISLAMABAD: Charged protesters ran amok in the capital when dozens of those who were picked up during a...
l Dr Qadri’s bodyguards, MWM leader among nearly 300 people picked up on Friday l Police say weapons, ammo and riot
Police say weapons, ammo and riot gear also recovered in raids.
Interior ministry yet to release funds for capital police, forcing them to use welfare funds to meet expenses
Move boosts morale of Islamabad police to lead from the front against anti-government protesters
Two weeks after violent clashes, police yet to track down unidentified shooter(s).
UAVs were banned near sensitive areas and said to be possibly exploited by terrorists intending to target key buildings.
The officers were accused of negligence as they failed to stop Sikh protesters who trespassed into Parliament House.
SSP Asmatullah Junejo and his operator were beaten up by the protesters.
Murder charge added to FIR filed against PTI, PAT leaders, activists
Autopsy confirms protesters were killed by small-arms fire
Powers to use force against protesters withdrawn.
Autopsy confirms protesters were killed by small-arms fire.
Police claimed that they had to use force against participants of the sit-ins on the direction of a federal minister.
ISLAMABAD: Superintendent of Traffic Police Asmatullah Junejo assumed the charge of SSP (operations) Islamabad on...
ISLAMABAD: Under fire after the melee on Constutition Avenue that left over a 100 demonstrators hospitalised, the...