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Slain woman intruder was mentally ill: Pak media report

Rasheeda Bibi, 53, from Sialkot district's Diawara village, was killed as she crossed the border on Thursday night after losing her way, Dawn reported. DNA, 2 months ago

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The Nation Pakistan, 2 months ago
PakistanKaKhudaHafiz.com, 2 months ago
Associated Press of Pakistan, 2 months ago
The Express Tribune, 2 months ago
Radio Pakistan, 2 months ago
PakistanKaKhudaHafiz.com, 3 months ago
Pakistan Today, 2 months ago
The Nation Pakistan, 2 months ago
Associated Press of Pakistan, 2 months ago
Pakistan Today, 2 months ago

Sharif condemns Mardan lynching, orders action against culprits

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday ordered action against those found responsible for the lynching of a university student in Mardan over allegations of blasphemy."The entire nation should be united in condemning this crime. The state will never ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Royal Enfield draws flak from Tweeple for selling ‘Made in Pakistan’ jackets

Eicher Motors-owned Royal Enfield, which is the oldest motorcycle brand from India in continuous production, has been importing and selling riding gear from a manufacturer based in Sialkot Pakistan.
 Money Control3 weeks ago
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30 terrorists held in Pakistan

Thirty terrorists including 11 Afghan nationals and members of the banned Tahreek-e-Taliban Pakistan have been arrested in Punjab province, police said today. The anti-terror raids of Rangers and police are part of nationwide military operation ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Terrorism will grow till religion is sold as commodity, says Pak Defence Minister  Business Standard2 months ago

BSF, Pak Rangers hold commander-level flag meet in Jammu

The BSF delegation comprising 18 officers was led by DIG P S Dhiman of Jammu sector, while Chenab Rangers' Sector Commander Brig. Amjad Hussain of Sialkot, Punjab led the Pakistani delegation of 18 officers, including three wing commanders.
 DNA1 month ago

BSF hands over Pak national to Rangers

The BSF today repatriated an elderly Pakistani national who was arrested after inadvertently crossing over to the Indian side. The Pakistani national had crossed the International Border in Arnia sector yesterday, a BSF officer said. He was handed over to Pakistani Rangers at a Border Outpost along the IB in Jammu district today. "A Pakistani national was handed over to Pak Rangers at Pittal BoP along IB By BSF troops at 0930 hours today," the officer said. During preliminary investigation, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Pak army defends Hafiz Sayeed's detention, says it is in 'national interest'

In an unusual move, Pakistan's army on Tuesday said the detention of the Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed was a "policy decision in the national interest" as the government announced that the Jamat-ud Dawa leader's 90-day house arrest could be extended if ...
 DNA2 months ago Saeed's detention a 'policy decision' in Pak's interest: Army  Deccan Herald2 months ago

JuD protests against Hafiz Saeed's house arrest

Islamabad, Jan 31 (IANS) Members of the Jamaat ud-Dawa (JuD) staged protests across Pakistan after the group's leader Hafiz Saeed, the alleged mastermind of the Mumbai terror attacks, was placed under house arrest. Following the Pakistan government's ...
 Sify2 months ago
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