Srinagar | (PTK): Zeenat Shahzadi, the journalist who went missing in Lahore in 2015, has been recovered by security forces, officials said on Friday. Retired Justice Javed Iqbal, head of the missing persons commission, confirmed Shahzadi’s return while speaking to BBC Urdu. She was recovered on Wednesday night from near the Pak-Afghan border, Iqbal said. Follow beena.
Srinagar | (PTK): Two grenade blasts have rocked Pakistan’s restive south-western province of Baluchistan, injuring at least 38 people, police said. The twin blasts took place within minutes in the Mastung and Gwadar districts, police said. According to senior police officials, around 12 people were injured, three of them seriously, when two men on a motorcycle wearing helmets.
Lahore: Banned Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed’s house arrest was Thursday extended for another 30 days by a Judicial Review Board of Pakistan’s Punjab province.
However, the board refused to allow the same in the detention of his four aides.
The 30-day detention will be applicable from October 24. Saeed s aides – Abdullah Ubaid, Malik Zafar Iqbal, Abdul Rehman Abid and Qazi Kashif Hussain.
Afghanistan: At least 41 Afghan soldiers were killed by the Talibanin two suicide car bombings at an army camp in Kandahar. The Dawn quoted Khalid Pashtun, a member of parliament from the province, as saying that at least 41 soldiers were killed in the attack, which began late Wednesday. Afghanistan’s Tolo News cited security officials as saying that at least 24 were wounded in the attack. The.
Multan— Former member of the moon-sighting committee Mufti Abdul Qavi was on Wednesday arrested after a court rejected extension in his pre-arrest bail in a case related to murder of social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch. The self-proclaimed actress and model Qandeel Baloch was strangled by her own brother Waseem and a cousin in the name of honour in July last year. Waseem had later confessed to.
QUETTA: At least seven policemen were killed and 22 others injured on Wednesday when a powerful explosion hit Quetta’s Sariab Road, according to reports. Reportedly, the roadside bomb exploded near a police vehicle carrying at least 35 police personnel. Security officials reached the site and cordoned off the area. Rescue teams transferred the injured to the nearby Civil Hospital and Combined Military.
Srinagar | (PTK): Pakistan on Monday won a seat on the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) by more than two-thirds vote when the General Assembly elected 15 countries to serve on the 47-member body. Pakistan was elected for the term 2018-20. The election in the 193-member Assembly was by secret ballot, with a simple majority required. Pakistan polled 151 votes when 97.
Srinagar/Islamabad | (PTK): Pakistani authorities Sunday withdrew charges against Hafiz Saeed and his group Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD), paving way for the possible release of the UN, US and Indian “designated terrorist” for his involvement in 2008 Mumbai attacks. A Punjab government official told a review board of Supreme Court on Saturday that the provincial government did not include “charges.
United Nations: Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has asked the deadlocked Security Council to push the Myanmar government to allow the Rohingya refugees sheltered in Bangladesh to return home in safety and with dignity. Speaking to reporters after he had briefed the Security Council on Friday, Annan said that the returning refugees should not be sent to camps in Myanmar, but to their homes. Annan.
SRINAGAR | (PTK): Pakistan’s permanent representative to the United Nations Maleeha Lodhi has said India is using all methods from barbaric violence to fraudulent elections to deprive Kashmiris of their right to self-determination and perpetuate its unlawful occupation of Kashmir. Addressing the General Assembly’s Special Political and Decolonization Committee, she said the people.