Author: Khanzada Gul

Armed assailants launched a brutal attack on a house in Turbat, Balochistan, resulting in the deaths of three individuals, including a woman and a child, and leaving one person injured, according to Levies officials on Monday. The assault, which took place in the Kech district, involved both gunfire and a bomb explosion. “Three people, including a woman and a child, were killed, and one person was injured in the attack,” Levies officials reported. Balochistan’s Interior Minister, Mir Ziaullah Langove, strongly condemned the attack and expressed his sorrow over the loss of innocent lives. He demanded a comprehensive report on the…

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Counterterrorism operations in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province resulted in the neutralization of nine terrorists across two separate incidents on Monday. In an intelligence-driven mission in Tira, Khyber District, security forces eradicated seven terrorists, including high-value targets like Terrorist Commander Najeeb Abdul Rehman and Terrorist Commander Ishfaq Muavia. These individuals were actively engaged in various terrorist activities and were sought by law enforcement agencies. The operation also yielded the recovery of weapons, ammunition, and explosives from the terrorists. Simultaneously, in Lakki Marwat District, troops engaged a terrorist hideout, resulting in the elimination of two terrorists. Sanitization operations are currently underway in the…

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A Taliban delegation attended a United Nations-led meeting in Qatar on Sunday despite controversy over the exclusion of women from the gathering. This two-day meeting marks the third U.N.-sponsored event addressing the Afghan crisis in Doha. Zabihullah Mujahid, the chief spokesperson for the Taliban government and head of their delegation, confirmed their participation on social media. He mentioned meeting with representatives from Russia, India, and Uzbekistan on the sidelines of the conference. Initially excluded from the first meeting, the Taliban faced conditions from U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to participate in the February gathering, including demands to exclude Afghan civil society…

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Blasphemous content on TikTok has caught the attention of the Peshawar High Court (PHC). The court has directed the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to remove objectionable material from the platform. A two-member bench, comprising Justice SM Attique Shah and Justice Shakeel Ahmad, addressed a petition calling for TikTok’s ban. The court instructed the PTA to address the concerns raised in the petition. Petitioner Imran Khan, represented by Barrister Babar Shehzad, urged the court to direct the PTA, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), and Ministry of Information to prohibit TikTok nationwide. He highlighted the dissemination of sacrilegious and inappropriate content on TikTok.…

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TTP Terrorist Nasrullah Mehsud, also known as Maulvi Mansoor, was arrested in Balochistan during an investigation related to the TTP’s connections with the Afghan Taliban, RAW, and the outlawed BLA. Important revelations have emerged from his arrest. Balochistan’s Interior Minister, Zia Longo, announced that a significant network of terrorism was dismantled in Balochistan. Two crucial commanders of the banned organization were apprehended after a difficult and challenging operation. The arrest of these terrorists is considered a significant victory in the fight against terrorism. Zia Longo emphasized that India’s hand is behind the terrorist activities. He claimed that India provides financial…

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Dagestan terror attacks shook the region as gunmen opened fire in two cities, killing 16 people. They targeted a synagogue, two Orthodox churches, and a police post. Among the dead were 15 police officers and a priest. “This is a day of tragedy for Dagestan and the whole country,” said Sergei Melikov, governor of the Dagestan region, in a video on Telegram. In Derbent, gunmen attacked a synagogue, home to a Jewish community in the mainly Muslim area. Russia’s state media Tass reported that attackers also shot at two nearby Orthodox churches, killing a police officer and a priest. Footage…

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A mob lynching case in Swat has led to the arrest of 23 suspects, according to officials. The incident occurred when Muhammad Suleman, a tourist from Sialkot, was accused of desecrating the Holy Qur’an. He was dragged from a local police station, tortured, killed, and set on fire. The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police have formed a 10-member joint investigation team (JIT) to investigate the mob lynching case in Swat. The JIT, comprising senior police officials and members from the Counter Terrorism Department, Special Branch, and Intelligence Bureau, aims to uncover the facts of this mob lynching case in Swat. Superintendent of…

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Islamabad, Pakistan – A tourist killed and burned in Swat has sparked outrage and investigations. The 36-year-old man, accused of desecrating the Quran, met his tragic end in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Incident in Madyan, Swat District The incident occurred on Thursday evening in Madyan, a popular tourist town in the Swat district, located 280km (174 miles) from Islamabad. The man, a tourist from Sialkot, Punjab, was accused of insulting the Quran. Police did not disclose his identity or the exact nature of the alleged insult. Police Response and Mob Violence Police officials in Swat reported that they arrested the…

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Taliban in Malakand are preparing to seize the entire region. Senator Aimal Wali Khan, Central President of the Awami National Party (ANP), has raised this alarm. A significant force in Afghanistan’s Nuristan province is gearing up for this capture. Currently, the southern part of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) is under the TTP. They are expected to extend control to the north soon. Aimal Wali Khan stated that the new government in K-P will be a coalition of the TTP and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). Speaking in Wali Bagh Charsadda, he emphasized the ANP’s consistent advocacy for Pashtun rights. He urged those in power…

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Frozen Russian assets will be used by the G7 to raise $50bn for Ukraine. This substantial move is intended to help Ukraine resist Russian forces. President Joe Biden highlighted that this sends a clear message to Russia that the West will not back down. Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin condemned the action as “theft” and vowed consequences. Historic Security Deal At the G7 summit in Italy, Biden and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky signed a landmark 10-year security agreement. This deal includes US military and training support for Ukraine but does not involve deploying American troops. The White House stated that…

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