The hand grenade was hurled at a shop on Barori Road in Quetta, the police confirmed.
QUETTA: On August 8, 2016, the streets of Balochistan were painted red in the most barbaric terrorist activity to be ever carried out against the intellectuals of a society which killed 70 and injured more than 130 people out of which 54 were lawyers. Social networking site Facebook activated its "safety check" feature after the blast in Quetta. Reminiscing the incident, Advocate Andaleeb Qaisarani, who received more than 20 wounds in the incident, said: “I remember I was in the court during a session when I received…
ISLAMABAD: An inquiry commission in its report on the August 8 Quetta terrorist attack has called for imposing immediate ban on terrorist groups by enforcing the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) in letter and spirit. Justice Qazi Faez Isa-led commission in its inquiry report criticized the role of the Ministry of Interior saying that the ministry is working without clear leadership and direction and was unclear over the anti-terrorism campaign. The commission regretted that Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan had on Oct…
QUETTA: Awami National Party while raising a number of questions over terrorist attack on police training centre in Quetta, has said that the National Action Plan not being implemented in the country properly. The ANP chief addressing a press conference here on Wednesday questioned lack of proper security despite threat alert resulting in the tragedy which claimed at least 62 lives of police cadets apart of several dozen injuries. He asked why the police cadets who were sent on 10 days' leave called five days earlier. The…
RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif has announced gallantry awards for Captain Roohullah Shaheed and Naib Subedar Muhammad Ali for their valiant action during anti terrorists operation at police training center in Quetta on Monday night. According to the military’s public affairs wing Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the soldiers neutralised one suicide bomber, and cornered the second bomber, helping large number of police recruits escape till he exploded causing the damage. Read: Gunmen kill 60…
Quetta once again proved to a soft target for terrorists, renewing debate whether key militants’ strongholds in fact have been dismantled.
FAISALABAD: Security forces in a combing operation in Faisalabad and surrounding areas arrested six terror suspects, citing armed forces media wing Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), ARY News reported on Thursday.
RAWALPINDI: A terrorist was killed and several suspects were arrested in combing operations across the country, ARY News reported on Wednesday.
ISLAMABAD: President of Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) Syed Ali Zafar has said that the authorities should disclose the elements responsible for the Quetta terrorist attack, ARY News reported.
ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Tuesday revealed that some suspects were arrested for their possible links with the Quetta suicide attack in which over 70, mostly lawyers and video journalists were killed and hundreds of others injured.