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Militants gun down four polio workers in Pakistan

The workers who were going to a health centre were without any security cover at the time of the attack.


Army plane crashes in southwest Pakistan

Mushshak aircraft are widely used in Pakistan for training undergraduate student pilots.


US says it does not support independence for Balochistan

Balochistan is wracked by Islamist violence and a long-running ethnic separatist insurgency.

The Pakistani mind is encouraged by the state to nurse certain myths about why the country is in trouble.

Pakistan’s myths and manipulations

The uneasy alliance with America is crumbling, and al-Qaeda and affiliates are more popular than ever.


Pervez Musharraf seeks forgiveness,says will not flee country

Bhutto,is facing trial in a court on the charge of high treason for imposing emergency in 2007.


Profile: Achievements and failures of retiring Pak Army chief Kayani

Ashfaq Parvez Kayani served as Pakistan’s Army chief between 2007 and 2013.

Briefly world: Largest Syria rebel merger takes place

The six largest Islamist rebel factions in Syria declared a new Islamic Front on Friday.

Briefly World: 6 killed in blast on Pak-Afghan border

Several people were also reported injured in the explosion.


Pakistan quake: 15 killed as powerful aftershock hits Balochistan province

Director of the National Seismic Centre said the epicentre was in Awaran,more aftershocks expected.


Pakistan: Death toll in the earthquake rises to 515

An army helicopter carrying relief goods to the quake-hit area hit by the suspected militants.


Pakistan’s ‘quake island’ spewing methane gas

Island is 60 to 70 feet above sea level and its land mass measures about 120 metres.


Nawaz Sharif directs army to help in quake-hit areas

Sharif expressed grief at the loss of lives and property due to the earthquake.

Firing at Pak-Afghan border kills 5 Baloch tribesmen,casualties feared to rise

The reason behind the firing has not yet been ascertained.

Pak Chief Justice blames ‘porous’ borders for troubles

Barrister Shahid Hamid told the court about the decisions and steps taken by the government to control the law and order situation.

Lines of Control

India was British India back then. Its borders were far more extensive,spanning Balochistan in the east to Bangladesh in the west