Foreign Office summons Afghan Charge d’ Affairs to lodge a formal protest; Afghan government asked to secure border.
Terrorism in Pakistan
Terrorism in Pakistan
Six policemen, Dunya TV's reporter and camerman among injured.
On Saturday, terrorists opened fire on FC troops in Kech district, martyring four personnel.
Terrorists from across the Afghan border open fire on army troops in North Waziristan; FC troops fired upon near Turbat.
Police say an IED was planted in a motorcycle, parked outside a medical store.
Gun attack on checkpost was followed by a suicide blast at hospital.
ISPR says two suicide attackers killed in retaliatory fire; one suicide bomber blew himself up.
Govt seeks "appropriate action" against author, editorial board.
Cites security, post-merger issues in area as reasons behind request for 20-day delay in polls.
The military's media wing links the attack with the recent Khar Qamar check post incident.
No one has so far claimed responsibility for the terror attack.
An IED was detonated before Friday prayers began, Quetta DIG says.
Army says three attackers killed, bodies retained for identification.
Local police official says all four terrorists killed overnight, security forces in control of PC Hotel.
Gwadar DC says "all guests, members of hotel staff have been rescued".
Arrests made after investigation agencies utilised CCTV footage to trace suspected suicide bomber to Garhi Shahu.
The death toll of the Data Darbar blast rose to 11 on Thursday.
IG Punjab confirms three other people killed, 25 people also injured in suspected suicide attack.
Policies on proscribed organisations must be subject to open debate in parliament.
Pakistan not only saying the right things, it has also taken some right steps, notes senior US official.
New evidence shows how a militant group had planned to kill a key KP cabinet minister and failed.
Officials say the incident occurred when the security personnel were going to the check-post for duty.
Another worker sustained injuries during the gun attack.
Alleged TTP pamphlets warn police to leave or "we will force them out", ask locals to cut ties with govt.
A state loyal to its citizenry would take much less to understand that Hazaras will only be safe when everybody is safe.
Can the state be absolved of crime by negligence?
15-20 armed assailants stop Karachi-Gawadar bus, identify non-Baloch passengers by their NICs and shoot them.
President appreciates compensation pacages for victims' families; Bilawal calls for implementation of NAP.
One policeman martyred; building used as hideout by the suspects demolished.
Many points of NAP not being implemented, say protesters as sit-in continues for another day.