The latest clashes took place in the Sipah area of Bara tehsil with Operation Khyber I underway in the region.
There are 137,000 registered voters in the constituency which was unrepresented after the death of MPA Khurram Gulfam.
Another 57 cases reported at allied hospitals.
DSP says a police team led by CIA DSP the suspect and arrested her from Sialkot.
Protective gear includes gloves, gowns, footwear, goggles and caps which medical professionals are required to put on.
The state-of-the-art operating theatre complex has been built with the support of the Edhi Foundation.
'The time frame is possible if there is “good isolation, good treatment of the cases, safe burials” of those who die'.
Educationist insists country losing chance to integrate with world by not honouring activist at official level.
Abdul Qadoos Khan said the production bonus would be given by Mari Petroleum Company.
Kaira advised the protesting parties to use the form of parliament instead of resorting to sit-ins.
DJ Butt no longer charges party for sound services. “Do you know why? because I am now part of the sit-in,” he declared.
After the departure of Dr Qadri the nation would be convinced that there was not any ‘London plan’: Khan says.
To deal with the crisis, the party issued a schedule to the district chapters of Punjab and KP to bring people.
Minister says PM approved the licences in view of threats to their lives.
Bajwa said the operation was bearing fruit as most areas had been cleared of militants.
Abbasi said that Bilawal was the son of Shaheed Benazir and he should not follow the style of his father’s politics.
Justice Shah also expressed concern over the control of public money given to an individual of the ruling family.
The bench set aside the death penalty under ATA and converted the other one given under PPC into life term.
The WHO has underlined that increases in the number of registered deaths and cases do not mean that they have surged.
The Senate witnessed an interesting situation when all women members walked out in protest against a JUI-F senator.
Pentagon confirms one of its bundles of weapons was seized by IS.
The most forceful criticism of the Indian government came from PPP members, who alleged the PML-N government.
Police had surrounded parliament in Ottawa after at least one gunman killed a soldier guarding a nearby monument.
Pakistan reached 219 for four wickets at stumps on the first day with Misbah-ul-haq and Asad Shafiq at the crease.
“Things keep going against me but it was in my mind that if I do something here I will be a proud Pakistani.”
PCB has decided to give more time to the offspinner to correct his bowling action before it's tested in England.
The former military ruler said the country would not hesitate in using the nuclear bomb against India if the need arose.
China has promised to play a “huge” commercial role in rebuilding Afghanistan following the withdrawal of Western troops
Labelling any Muslim sect “non-believers” is condemnable and un-Islamic, says the Council of Islamic Ideology.
We do not want to disrupt peace but if other side resorts to aggression, it will be responded accordingly, says Bajwa.
The announcement was made by senior MQM leader Dr Farooq Sattar at a press conference in Islamabad.
A two-judge bench has allowed construction of a flyover and two underpasses near Abdullah Shah Ghazi's shrine.
The defendants were convicted of “forming a terrorist cell” to target American forces in Qatar.
Shahid Afridi lead his team to victory against the 'TDP-11' in an exhibition match organised at Bakakhel camp in Bannu.
Indian boxer L. Sarita Devi was provisionally suspended from competition for rejecting her Asian Games bronze medal.
BCB and ICC have lodged an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport to reduce Ashraful's ban over match-fixing.
According to reports, India has also asked US to ensure that American companies did not invest in the project.
The govt decided to continue to provide subsidy to domestic and agricultural consumers to lessen the burden.
“People are rushing to it thinking it's a source of credible information but it's a source of lies and falsehood.”
Baz Mohammed Ghul was found guilty of attempting to smuggle a “large amount of heroin” by hiding it in his stomach.
Amendments impose ban on power generation from a 195mw unit of the Northern Power Generation Company (NPGC) in Multan.
Pakistan A's warm-up win over Australia has given the senior team a path it hopes will lead to success in the first test
“BCCI will initiate legal proceedings against West Indies Cricket Board due to the abrupt cancellation of this tour.”
The meeting of Liverpool and Madrid, who have 15 European Cups between them, is the pick of the games on Wednesday.
"if they [Pakistan] persist with this, they'll feel the pain” Indian Defence Minister Arun Jaitley says.
Pistorius could be released after 10 months in jail to serve the remainder of his sentence under house arrest.
The final decision regarding the tournament will be made after consultation with the board, says PCB official.
“It is a disgrace disgrace for a fast bowler to be swept like that.”
About 75% of the estimated 345 violent deaths that occur daily happen in countries at peace.
The blast, caused by a remote-controlled bomb, targeted an Afghan army bus.
Turkish government has refused land deliveries of arms to the Syrian Kurds, linked with Turkey’s outlawed rebel PKK,
The former test batsman says the skipper shed 10-kg at a fitness camp in June and that led to his current poor form.
New captain Aaron Finch will lead a squad which also includes talented young paceman Pat Cummins.
Pakistan hope to end a 20-year drought against Australia when they meet in the first of two Tests in Dubai.
A 23-year-old Indian footballer has died from severe spinal cord damage after attempting a a somersault.
“It's quite nice to see them lose,” says Waqar of the Pakistan 'A' team's win in Sharjah in a four-day match.
Turkey said that it is helping “give support” to Kurds defending the town of Kobani from Islamic State militants.
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The 29-year-old paceman is likely to share the new ball with the more livelier Mitchell Johnson on a dry Dubai pitch.
The attacker blew up his explosives-laden vest as people were leaving the al-Khairat mosque.
An estimated 100 families were displaced by the fire which lasted for two hours, a Bureau of Fire Protection.
Officials at Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Haj said children under the age of 10 might be banned next year.
Russia is avoiding Brazil's mistakes, says Fifa inspectors as they tour arenas Russia is building for World Cup 2018.
Nearly 5000 students including teachers perform seven yogic postures.
There are serious doubts whether or not the Caribbean side will be able to fulfill its other international engagements.
Ministry of industries is proposing limiting advance payment at 25-50pc, with car delivery time of no more than 3 months
Government is inviting investors, particularly from Arab states and China, but is facing difficulties motivating them.
It is claimed the govt had lost over Rs100 million in three months since July as FBR could not collect withholding tax.
It brings into question the efficiency of Inland Revenue Service during the first year of the present government.
Power distribution companies, in the month of September, charged excessive electricity costs from consumers.
National Accountability Bureau arrests Mohammad Saqib of M/s Global Concerns in connection with the Modarba scam case.
Li Tong, CEO of BoCI, visited the State Bank of Pakistan and discussed banking cooperation between the two countries.
The central bank says the decision was taken in order to facilitate the Islamic banking industry.
PTCL posted profit-after-tax at Rs7.8 billion for the nine months translating into earnings at Rs1.54 per share.
Despite a lapse of three months, the federal finance ministry is yet to approve the new textile policy.
Says Saudi, US firms intend to invest $2bn in hydel power sector.
A study based on a nationwide survey confirms widespread consumer acceptance of the ban on interest payments.
Directorate of Customs Intelligence and Investigation unearthed evasion of duties and taxes to the tune of Rs775m.
The IMF has said Pakistan's economic reforms are on track.
Promoting trade activities is pertinent for progress in the region, the finance minister said.
The minister says recent reforms have already led to "a remarkable turnaround” in almost all macro-economic indicators.
The apex court asked the govt, PC to accept bids, but not to transfer the shares until the court’s final decision.
As much as 80pc of the Eid-ul-Azha spending is on sacrificial animals.