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11 women police officers of Kalash tribe who protect tourists

PESHAWAR: Eleven women police officials of Kalash tribe who illustrate perfect display of bravery by offering their services for protection of tourists in their areas. These eleven women of the minority tribe have been serving in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police on special services duty since 2013. They provide complete security to the tourists who visit the historic tribe of Chitral.  District Police Officer (DPO) Chitral Furqan Bilal said the women constables also guide local as well as foreign tourists about the…

Huge explosion rocks Kabul, casualties feared: officials

KABUL: A massive explosion rocked Kabul late Wednesday amid fears a British security company had been targeted, officials said, with casualties expected in the latest violence to beset the Afghan capital. The interior ministry and police both said the blast had been a car bomb targeting a compound which houses G4S, a British security company, in east Kabul. There was no immediate confirmation from the company or the British embassy in Kabul, however. Interior Ministry deputy spokesman Nasrat Rahimi said casualties were…

Saudi officials assure cooperation with any ruler chosen by Pakistanis

RIYADH: Saudi officials on Tuesday reaffirmed their resolve to fully collaborate with any ruler chosen by the people of Pakistan. "Saudi Arabia regards the matter of rulership of Pakistan as its internal affair," the Saudi officials said upon arrival of Prime Minister Imran Khan in Madina on a two-day official visit. Imran is accompanied by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Finance Minister Asad Umer, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry and Advisor to PM Abdul Razzaq. The Pakistani delegation was received by…