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Nine dead as gunmen storm hostel of Peshawar’s Agricultural Training Institute

Nine people were killed and 37 injured as at least three terrorists dressed in burkas stormed the hostel of Peshawar's Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) on Friday morning.

The attack was claimed by the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan. Both police and military officials said the attackers had been coordinating with handlers based in Afghanistan.

3 dead, 9 injured in clash between religious groups in Khairpur, Sindh

Three people were killed and nine injured in a violent confrontation between Deobandi and Barelvi religious groups in Jani Burira village in Sindh's Khairpur district on Thursday.

Participants in a rally clashed with participants of another rally, held to mark Eid Miladun Nabi, at the Ameer Shah Chowk, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Azfar Maheser told DawnNews.

The deceased and the injured were shifted to a local hospital. Those killed in the incident were identified as Mushtaq Ahmed, Abdul Latif and Zulfiqar Buriro.

One killed, three injured in firing at Islamabad Imambargah

A man was killed and three others were injured when unidentified men opened fire in front of Babul Ilm Imambargah in Islamabad’s I-8  Markaz on Wednesday.

Initial reports suggest that the deceased, identified as Syed Hubdar Hussain Shah, 52, was a constable of the Intelligence Bureau.


Four dead in suicide attack on FC vehicle in Quetta

QUETTA: At least four people, including a child, have been killed and 19 others injured in a bomb attack on a vehicle of the Frontier Corps on Sariab Road on Saturday.


“It was a suicide attack and the target was the vehicle of the FC commandant. Luckily, he was not travelling in the vehicle when the attack occurred,” a rescue official told The Express Tribune.

According to Wasim Baig, spokesperson for the Civil Hospital, they have received 19 injured and four bodies. A state of emergency has been declared in all hospitals of the provincial capital.

Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi condemned the attack and expressed grief over the loss of innocent lives.

Chief Minister Sanaullah Zehri also denounced the bombing and directed the health department to provide best possible treatment to the injured.

Shocking: Teenage girl forced to walk naked in DI Khan

DERA ISMAIL KHAN: Inspector General of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police Salahuddin took notice of a shocking incident that took place in Dera Ismail Khan where a teenage girl was forced to walk naked through the village streets.

An FIR has been lodged in Chaudhwan police station against the influential people of the village involved in the incident.

According to the details, at least five gunmen coerced a 14-year old girl to walk through the streets of the village with no clothes on at the behest of the influential people on account of family feud.

Senior police official, three family members martyred in Quetta firing

QUETTA: A senior police official and his three family members were martyred when unknown gunmen opened fire on their vehicle here on Tuesday evening.

The son, wife and grandson of the police official were also martyred in the attack which took place in the Nawa Kali area of the provincial capital. 

The police official, SP Investigation Mohammad Ilyas, and his family members were travelling in a vehicle when they were targetted by unknown gunmen on motorcycles. 


Peshawar: 29 years old Ibrahim Shah in chains for the past 22 years

29 years Ibrahim Shah has spent 22 years of his life in chains because of his mother's fear of losing him Ibrahim, a mentally challenged boy since childhood.Ran away from his house multiple times at the age of 7.He was taken to different doctors But due to the lack of funds could never be treated Despite being in chains for 22 years.Ibrahim is a humble and social boy who hugs passersby and tries to speak to them in his own language.Which they are not able to understand.Ibrahim's mother spends days and nights with him on the road Saying that Ibrahim can be treated to the extent where he can take care of himself.

Quaid-e-Azam’s daughter Dina Wadia is no more

Quaid e Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s only child Dina Wadia passed away today at 98 years. She was born on 15th August, 1919 and was an Indian citizen.

The Wadias lived in Mumbai and had two children, a boy and a girl. Dina Wadia did not travel to Pakistan until her father's funeral in Karachi in September 1948.

Wadia's relationship with her father became strained when she expressed her desire to marry a Parsi-born Indian Neville Wadia.

Afsheen, the girl whose head hangs down to her left


Afsheen the girls whose head hangs down to her left was only eight months old when she met with an accident while playing outside which lead to her head hanging down to her left.

Due to which she has trouble walking, talking, eating or doing anything on her own. Belonging to a poor family, there was nothing much her parents could do at that time to save their daughter from her misery.

Afsheen the girls whose head hangs down to her left was only eight months old when she met with an accident while playing outside which lead to her head hanging down to her left.

Due to which she has trouble walking, talking, eating or doing anything on her own. Belonging to a poor family, there was nothing much her parents could do at that time to save their daughter from her misery.

Baby born outside of Ganga Ram Hospital in Lahore

LAHORE: A woman was forced to give birth outside the premises of the Ganga Ram Hospital in Lahore after allegedly being denied entry by the medical superintendent. 

The woman was later shifted to the ward but by then had given birth to a baby boy. 

Her family members claimed that the hospital's medical superintendent had not allowed her to be admitted owing to lack of beds and staff.

Quetta blast claims lives of seven security men; over 22 wounded

others sustained injuries when a powerful bomb went off near their vehicle in Sariab Road area of Quetta on Wednesday.

The police truck carrying 35 personnel was targeted by a huge bomb at Sibi Road off Sariab Road this morning. The blast was so powerful that the truck was left badly mangled and caused critical injuries to the security men.

Following the bombing, the vehicle caught fire. The blast caused damage to the vehicles and a rickshaw parked nearby.

Another example of intolerance for the Religious gathering in Faridabad

Another example of intolerance for the Religious gathering in Faridabad, District Dadu, Sindh Pakistan.

On October 16 In Faridabad, SHO Faridabad Kareem Chandio leave no stone unturned to stop Majlis e Aza of Hazrat Imam Sajjad (A.S) and created environment of chaos. Difa e Shia \Council asked SSP Dadu to take strong action against Kareem Chandio Allama Aabid Ali Irfani Syed Sabit Ali Shah.

Hakim Muhammad Saeed remembered on his 19th death anniversary

Islamabad: The prominent Physician, Educationist, Visionary scholar, Philanthropist and former governor of Sindh Hakim Muhammad Saeed is being remembered across Pakistan on his 19th observed today.

Hakim Mohammed Saeed was born on January 9, 1920 in Delhi and migrated to Pakistan with his family. He established Hamdard Dawakhana and later spread its branches all over Pakistan. Later he succeeded in founding Hamdard University in1991. He authored several books on religion, Tibb, health and sciences, literature, social and scientific topics and travelogues.


Tragic:There is no Doctor available, during labor pains

Tragic: There is no Doctor available, during labor pains the poor woman reached District Head Quarter Hospital Raiwind (the place where Nawaz Sharif Ex Prime Minister lives). No admission given to the poor lady and she delivered the baby on the road.

Announcement:Syed Ammar Nakshawani will do Address in Defence Tomorrow at 9:00 PM GMT+5

He announced it on his Facebook Official page that "I am honoured to be speaking in Karachi at Defence Imambargah (Masjid e Yasrab) for 4 nights, beginning on Wednesday 18 October at 9pm. Please share with friends & family and I look forward to meeting the wonderful people of Pakistan."

published Traffic Constable Save many lives in MSP is on the Move 2017-10-17 09:24:26 -0400

Traffic Constable Save many lives

We Salute to this Police Official!

There were some officials who did their duties and their lives. Traffic Inspector Rasheed is also one of them..Keeping safe the citizens by slipping, he is putting sand by his hands on diesel coming from the Oil Tanker on the Karimabad bridge, Karachi Pakistan.


Faisalabad People throwing stones on Majlis gathering

Faisalabad: Haroonabad People throwing stones on Majlis gathering from the Mosque in presence of Police officials.

another Shia Muslim Doctor has been killed in Pakistan.

(Blood stained White Coats ).
Today another Shia Muslim Doctor has been killed in Pakistan. Dr Mohsin Raza Naqvi has been killed at his clinic in the city of Sialkot ,Punjab.

Shia doctors always been the favorite target for banned terrorist outfits like Sipah Sahaba, Lashkar e Jhangvi, Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan etc. 

Well since 2001 until present day minimum to minimum count of the target killings of Shia Doctors in Pakistan will exceed the number " 180", And if we look more behind then from 1963 to 2017 it will cross the figure of 1500,Current total population of Pakistan is more than 207 millions ,Registered Doctors in Pakistan according to the data of Pakistan medical and dental council is about means in Pakistan Doctor and Patient ratio is about 1: 1100 , means one doctor has to deal with at least 1100 patients,

International surveys tell us that our health system is so poor that according to the United Nations ,Pakistan ranked 149th among 188 countries in health goals ranking.

World health organization ranked Pakistan at 122 out of 191 countries in health services for the people in the country.
in such a poor condition every doctor is very important for the nation, Loss of every single Shia doctor been killed not only damaged a particular community but the whole nation,

Gunmen attack Hazara Shia Muslims in Quetta city

At least five killed, including three members of the Hazara community, in an attack in Pakistan's Balochistan province.

Islamabad, Pakistan – Unidentified men have killed five people in an attack on the minority Hazara Shia Muslim community in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta, police say.

Two attackers riding a motorcycle opened fire on a van bound for a nearby vegetable market, killing the driver and four others early on Monday morning, Quetta police chief Abdul Razzaq Cheema told reporters.

The incident is the latest in a campaign that has targeted Hazara Shia in the southwestern city for more than half a decade. The series of bombings, suicide attacks and targeted assassinations has seen the community forced to live in two heavily protected enclaves on either side of the city.

At least 20 dead in suicide blast at Jhal Magsi shrine

NASEERABAD: At least 20 people were killed, including a police officer, while 33 were reported injured in a suicide blast at the Fatehpur shrine in Balochistan's Jhal Magsi district. 

"A suicide bomber blew himself up after he was intercepted by police guards on duty outside the shrine, killing 18 people including three children under the age of 12 and two policemen, and wounding at least 27 others, 14 of them seriously," said Home Secretary Akbar Harifal.

Balochistan Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti confirmed the toll.

Harifal added the seriously injured patients from the blast were being airlifted to Sindh in the absence of adequate medical facilities in Balochistan. 

"A suicide bomber blew himself up after he was intercepted by police guards on duty outside the shrine," said Deputy Commissioner Asadullah Kakar.


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