Some provinces point to a lack of testing kits and labs, others blame a lack of public cooperation for low testing.
Imtiaz Ali Taj
Pakistan confirms first death of doctor on virus front-lines as toll rises to 5.
GB CM's media coordinator says the GB govt spokesperson released news of the death "without verification".
Process of recovering, shifting bodies underway; GB chief minister orders an investigation.
Recent deaths in AJK bring total casualties from weather-related incidents across the country to 98.
Armed forces shift injured and bodies of the deceased to CMH Gilgit, says ISPR.
The victims belonged to the same family, police say.
Mohammad Ali Sadpara, one of the top mountaineers of Pakistan, launches rescue operation.
Further complaint centres will be created in eight other districts, says IGP Abbasi.
The jirga has been mandated by the GB government to negotiate with the fighters to lay down their arms.
A total of 40 people have been arrested in connection with the torching of schools in Gilgit-Baltistan.
A four-day campaign in the region was set to start today; workers boycotting due to unresolved dispute over pensions.
About 130 Facebook and Twitter accounts have also been blocked, according to a Nacta report.
Diamer SSP says of the 87 suspects taken into custody, 65 who were found innocent were set free.
Files cases against five for violating the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act, 2016.
PTI provincial president Maqpoon replaces PML-N's Mir Ghazanfar Ali Khan.
Police arrest 13 suspected terrorists who were allegedly planning to blow up a girls' school in Ghizer.
Search operation to continue until all suspects rounded up, says SP Diamer.
One of the assailants was killed, and another injured in retaliatory fire by the police.
GB DIG Gohar Nafees says the identity of the mastermind behind the torching incidents will be unveiled within 24 hours.