The explosion went off at a Shiite mosque in southern Pakistan as worshippers gathered for Friday afternoon prayer, officials said.
A glass of Pakota makes everything better.
Today marks one month since the massacre of 132 schoolchildren in Peshawar. Meet the 27-year-old lawyer who is bent on prosecuting the Taliban and unveiling their sympathisers in the country, despite several threats to his life.
“No country can advance as long as its women are held back.”
The Army Public School — where the Taliban killed 134 children in Peshawar in December — and all other schools reopened Monday for the first time since the attack.
Kerry landed in Islamabad Monday morning on an unannounced trip to meet with Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Kerry will also visit the school attacked by Taliban, according to Agence France-Presse.
Make haleem once, and you’ll never go back.
The crash happened early Sunday near Karachi in southern Pakistan.
The boat, which was identified as a “terror boat” by a TOI report, was reportedly full of explosives, and the Indian government suspects that it was on its way to wage an attack against the country.
Military officials said they’ve killed a man named Saddam, an orchestrator of the attacks, multiple outlets reported.
The strikes took place in North Waziristan, a mountainous region near the border with Afghanistan.
Members of Karachi’s Christian community transformed their Yuletide celebrations into a remembrance for the schoolchildren murdered last week.
“Dear mother. Had I known I wouldn’t return from school that day, I would’ve hugged you tightly one last time.”
Jets and ground forces in the northwestern tribal regions near the Afghan border have killed more than 60 militants, officials said Friday. Meanwhile, arrests have been made in relation to the attack, and a number of terrorists have been sentenced to death.
They are using the hashtag #PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail to show that the two countries are united against terrorism. Simultaneously, #IndiaWithPakistan is trending in India as Indians show support for Pakistan in the wake of Tuesday’s Taliban attack in Peshawar.
An intelligence bureau report allegedly revealed that Saeed is planning attacks in New Delhi as well as at an unspecified highway between Delhi and Agra.
In Karachi, Pakistan, where I live, it’s difficult to reconcile my antipathy toward religion with making friends.
A day after gunmen stormed a school, killing hundreds, Pakistan mourns the victims.
Dawood Ibrahim, reportedly the only surviving ninth-grader, could have been one of his slain classmates if he had woken up for school on time on Tuesday morning.
Pakistani officials say the schools are a “soft target” for Taliban militants.
Prayers, love, and support flow freely across the Indian border in Pakistan’s time of need.
Taliban gunmen stormed a military-run school in the northwestern Pakistani province on Tuesday, killing at least 141 people – including 132 children – and injuring 124 people. The seven attackers were killed.
The uniform she was wearing when she was shot by the Taliban two years ago has reportedly never been displayed publicly before.
“#Pakistan2Ferguson Because both brown and black bodies are done violence to by white men in uniforms, different as those uniforms may be.”
Militants snuck into a camp in Kashmir and killed the soldiers and police, officials told Reuters.
Four health workers were killed and at least three more were injured, the New York Times reported. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Along with Malik, her husband, the owner of Geo TV, and the anchor of the show against which the claim was made have also been sentenced to jail time and a fine of 1.3 million Pakistani rupees each.
“The Pakistan of my memory is filled with beach raves, transvestites, all night dance parties, and Pakistani MTV.”
Simon Smith-Wright, Regional Marketing Director, Asia Pacific at Electronic Arts stated to NDTV Gadgets, that the release was pulled in order to avoid a breach of local content laws.