Gwadar DC says "all guests, members of hotel staff have been rescued".
Blustery winds have uprooted electricity poles and trees, caused roofs to collapse and vehicles to overturn.
Pakistan Army doctors and paramedics are providing first aid and medicines to the victims, says statement.
27 people burned to death when a Panjgur-bound bus collided with a truck and caught fire on Monday.
Police register a case against the bus owner, driver; inquiry committee formed to probe the incident.
The bus was travelling to Panjgur from Karachi with more than 40 people on board when it collided with the truck.
Protesters claim East-Bay Expressway has cut off routes to the Arabian sea, thereby affecting their livelihood.
The explosion, which occurred at a shop, sparked a blaze that engulfed a school van nearby, according to an official.
"The oil spill has ruined our fishing nets and rafts, we have suffered huge monetary losses," says local resident.
"Turtles, dolphins, whales, and other denizens of the sea are all on borrowed time," says Mubarak village counsellor.
Members of Saudi team show interest in investing in Gwadar, express satisfaction over facilities and security situation.
Thirteen of the 15 on board rescued.
No casualties occurred when the stationary vessel caught fire.
The tragedy occurred at around 12 noon when one of the children had started to drown, prompting others to go after him.
The suspect was trying to cross into Sindh from Balochistan near Northern Bypass.
The policemen were going home when they came under attack; a nearby police party killed the attackers, say police.
Iran's border forces arrest five Pakistanis and hand them over to Balochistan Levies near Gwadar.
Blast occurs near FC camp in Perak area of Hub district; injured FC men shifted to combined military hospital Karachi.
Captive fishermen request the government to facilitate their repatriation to Pakistan.
15 people injured in Lasbela, Landi Arbab and Peshawar; tremors felt from Afghanistan to India.