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Mourners pray at Peshawar school, resolve to fight terror
The Nation Pakistan

Two extremists HANGED in Pakistan: First militants executed af...

Two men were hung in Pakistan's punjab province today, officials said One, named Aqil, was convicted of an attack on army headquarters in 2009 The other was involved in an assassination attempt on a military ruler Government lifted ban on capital ... Capital Bay, 2 days ago
Mourners pray at Peshawar school, resolve to fight terror The Nation Pakistan, 10 hours ago
Four more deathrow convicts executed in Pakistan Hindustan Times, 14 hours ago

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Daily Times

Time come to get rid of terrorists: Shahbaz

F.P. Report LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that every Pakistani is grieved at the worst incident of terrorism in Peshawar and the beasts involved in the tragedy deserve maximum punishment. He said that time has come ...
 Frontier Post3 days ago Govt resolute to end terror: PM  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago Entire nation stands united in war against terrorism: Shahbaz  Daily Times1 day ago Prayers for Peshawar pearls at LGH  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago
Hindustan Times

After drawing flak in hockey, Pakistani kabaddi team emerges as favourite

Kabaddi fever gripped Nabha as a heavy rush was witnessed during the fifth World Kabaddi Cup matches held at Punjab Public School on Monday. People from nearby areas thronged the venue which was changed from the Government Ripudaman College ...
 Hindustan Times6 days ago Indian men & women win Kabaddi World Cups  Oneindia1 day ago Indian men and women teams reach final of Kabaddi World Cup  News on Air5 days ago Indian teams win Kabaddi World Cup 2014  Hindustan Times1 day ago

Badal expresses shock over "inhuman" tragedy in Peshawar

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today expressed shock and grief over the attack on a Pakistani school by Taliban suicide bombers. Describing it as a tragedy "too deep for tears" and a horrendous act against humanity, the Chief Minister ...
 Business Standard5 days ago Badal Seeks Rajnath's Intervention to Check Drug Flow  Outlook India5 days ago Badal's open invite to Kabaddi WC  New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago Badal expresses shock over 'inhuman' tragedy in Peshawar  Topnews.in5 days ago

Pakistani Drug Smuggler Killed, Two Aides Held

GURDASPUR The BSF, in a joint operation with the Special Operations Cell of the Punjab Police, killed a Pakistani drug smuggler when he entered the Indian Territory carrying 17 packets of heroin and some opium. BSF DIG NK Mishra said movement of ...
 Link1 day ago 17-kg heroin seized; 1 Pakistani smuggler killed, 2 Indians held  Hindustan Times6 days ago Pakistani smuggler killed, 17 kg heroin seized in Punjab  Mangalorean6 days ago One drug peddler killed, 2 arrested in Punjab  ZeeNews.com6 days ago
The Nation Pakistan

Pakistan's Punjab assembly adopts resolution condemning 'Indian aggression' at border

Pakistan's Punjab Assembly on Wednesday unanimously adopted a resolution condemning so-called 'Indian aggression' at the International Border and appealed to the international community to take notice of the situation. The resolution was moved in the ...
 DNA2 months ago PA passes resolution against Peshawar terrorist attack  SAMAA TV5 days ago Punjab Assembly passes resolution against Peshawar attack  The Nation Pakistan5 days ago PA pays tributes to Dr Nizami  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

Punjab CM writes to Union home minister to check inflow of drugs

Referring to the Samjhauta Express railway link and the Indo-Pakistan bus service as couriers for sending drugs into Punjab from Pakistan, chief minister Parkash Singh Badal on Tuesday wrote to union home minister Rajnath Singh for directing the ...
 Hindustan Times5 days ago
DAWN Group

Pakistan Police Kill 'Taliban Militants Plotting To Attack Shi'ite Rally'

Pakistani officials say police foiled a major terror attack on December 13 in central Punjab Province, killing at least four suspected Taliban militants. Rai Zamir-ul-Haq, a senior police officer said the four men were spotted travelling in a ...
 Radio Free Europe1 week ago Pakistan foils terror attack, kill 4 militants  Gulf News6 days ago Officials: Pakistan Police Foil Terror Attack, Kill Four Militants  Naharnet1 week ago Police claim killing four Taliban fighters near Muzaffargarh  DAWN Group1 week ago
Times of India

8-year-old daughter lights martyred Army officer's funeral pyre

The mortal remains of Lt Col Sankalp Kumar of 24 Punjab Regiment, killed on Friday morning in a fidayeen attack by Pakistani militants in north Kashmir, were cremated with full military honors today.
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Two suspected Pak agents arrested in Punjab

Acting on intelligence provided by an informer, the Punjab Police on Monday arrested two suspected Pakistani agents here. These agents are suspected to be conducting reconnaissance in India."The Ferozpur Cantt Police has arrested two men, who hail ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Two people from Madhya Pradesh arrested in Punjab for 'spying' for Pakistan  DNA1 month ago
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