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Peshawar- After Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan , two more militant groups have agreed over ceasefire for a limited time in Pakistan, according to local media quoting sources reported today.
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KARACHI: President Mamnoon Hussain while terming illiteracy as a big challenge to the country has underlined the need for the promotion of education to steer the country towards socio-economic development and prosperity.
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As the death toll from the latest outbreak of poverty-driven diseases in Pakistan's Thar desert nears 100 children, experts are warning that corruption and a dysfunctional political system make a repeat of the disaster almost inevitable.
13 hrs ago | AlertNet
A court in Pakistan on Saturday reduced by 10 years the jail term handed down to a Pakistani doctor who helped the United States track down al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, in a blow to his supporters who have been fighting for his release.
KABUL: Afghanistan's High Peace Council, set up to oversee peace talks with the Taliban, has had no formal meetings with any of the 46 Taliban prisoners released in neighbouring Pakistan, an official said yesterday, despite pleas to be present when they are freed.
A suicide attack in the suburbs of Peshawar, close to the lawless tribal areas was followed a few hours later by a bombing in Quetta.
North Dakota's sole abortion clinic in Fargo has settled a lawsuit it filed over a new law requiring doctors who perform abortions to obtain hospital-admitting privileges.
A Pakistani teenager died on Friday after setting herself on fire after a court dropped charges against four men accused of raping her, police said.
Two bombings in separate parts of Pakistan killed 17 people and wounded dozens on Friday as judges ordered the country's former president, Pervez Musharraf, to appear in court to face charges of high treason or face arrest.
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A doctor at a hospital in southwestern Pakistan says 10 people were killed when a bomb went off near a passenger bus in the city of Quetta.
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Eight people dead and about 40 wounded, police say, in latest blast to hit city of Peshawar in Pakistan's northwest.
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Drought and power shortages have decimated agriculture in parts of Pakistan's largest province, Balochistan, and driven local villagers to Quetta, the provincial capital.
The country's defense minister denies a newspaper report that engine data from the missing Boeing 777 indicated it may have kept flying for hours after its last communication.
Saudi Arabia loaned $1.5 billion to Pakistan last month to help Islamabad shore up its foreign exchange reserves, meet debt-service obligations and undertake large energy and infrastructure projects, Pakistani officials have told Reuters.