The security forces killed the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) head of Balochistan along with two other terrorists, involved in the killings of over 100 innocent people of Hazara community and police personnel, in an operation on Wednesday night.
Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa inaugurated work on border fencing along the Balochistan portion of Pak-Afghan border at Panjpai on Tuesday.
Rescue efforts are underway to retrieve bodies of coalminers who died after the mines collapsed in Quetta. Rescue officials retrieved five bodies as number of dead reached to 23 a coal mine collapsed in Marwar area of Quetta on Saturday.
At least 18 people died and many missing as a coal mine collapsed in Marwar area of Quetta on Saturday.
Human rights activist Jalila Haider and other people ended their hunger strike against the killing of people from Hazara community in Quetta on Tuesday night after a meeting with Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa.
The protest and hunger strike of the Hazara community members against target killing of the community in continued for the second consecutive day in Quetta on Tuesday.
Police said unidentified armed men opened fire on five shops on Jan Muhammad Road in the provincial capital and fled the scene.
Police said unidentified armed men on a motorcycle opened fire on a shop at Jamaluddin Afghani Road, killing two Hazara men on the spot.
the World Food Programme (WFP) food assistance for 158,000 people in Peshawar, Dera Ismail Khan, Tank and Bannu districts of KP, in addition to North Waziristan, South Waziristan, Khyber, Kurram, Mohmand and Orakzai agencies in FATA
Five Frontier Corps (FC) personnel were injured in a suicide attack on their vehicle in Quetta on Monday night.
In his report ‘The black sheep of Pakistan’, Asad had reported that the Balochistan’s livestock was endangered due to vets and medicines shortage.
Nine people, including four members of a Christian family, were killed in two separate incidents in Quetta on Monday.