There are no immediate reports of casualties.
Dastgir says probe under way to rule out whether "foreign intervention" caused breakdown; PM Shehbaz offers "sincere regrets" for prolonged outage.
Khurram Dastgir says outage caused by "frequency variation"; Nepra issues notice to NTDC; PM forms committee to probe outage.
Deputy commissioner Kach says it was a remote-controlled explosion; further investigations are underway.
Police to book Haq Do Tehreek leader Maulana Hidayatur Rehman; minister says provincial govt has accepted all demands of protesters.
Protest leader gives the administration an hour's time to release the detained protesters.
Twin blasts strike Quetta while one each occurs in Hub, Khuzdar and Turbat.
SHO Muhammad Jan Sasoli says police have cordoned off the area.
Justice Abdul Hameed Baloch issues directives during a hearing on the petition filed by Swati's son.
Senior govt sources requesting anonymity say firing originated from inside Afghanistan; FO says it is "ascertaining details from the relevant quarters".
Military's media wing says heavy weaponry used in attack from Afghan side, of which "befitting response" given; Pakistan demands "strict action" from Kabul.
Police say wounded shifted to Awaran DHQ Hospital.
PTI leaders excoriate senator's treatment after Balochistan High Court quashes all FIRs against him in the province.
Issues directives to not move PTI senator out of Quetta until a decision is made on the petition.
PTI senator is booked in multiple cases for using “derogatory language” and “provoking the people against the army”.
27 hurt; DIG says targeted police truck was on its way to provide security to polio workers; TTP claims responsibility.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi says pleas simultaneously filed in Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar and Quetta registries.
Swati used Balochistan Judicial Academy, top court says; Fawad Chaudhry mocks SC clarification and deems it an attempt by registrar to placate judges.
DC says health staffers unscathed; police conducting search operation to arrest attackers.
Rights group's official alleges 3 of the 4 men declared as "terrorists" and killed were picked up from parts of Balochistan earlier and even reported as missing.