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  • Three new police stations to be established in Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: The chief commissioner of Islamabad, on Monday, issued a notification for the establishment of three new police stations in the city...

    Officials of the capital administration and police told Dawn the decision had been made keeping in mind the rising rate of crime and growing population of the capital...

  • Police plan to put profiles of Islamabad criminals online

    ISLAMABAD: Thirty-five years after its establishment, the capital police have started organising profiles of wanted criminals for their first-ever Red Book...

    “Now that we have created a Special Investigation Unit (SIU) we need to have details of wanted terrorists and hardened criminals to reach them and arrest them,” senior police officers told Dawn...

  • Tribal women flay Islamabad police for violence

    PESHAWAR: Scores of women belonging to different political parties and civil society organisations have criticised the Islamabad police for resorting to violence against women during a rally in the federal capital on Oct 9 for merger of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and demanded action against the officials concerned...

    She said that the tribal people, including women and youth, staged a rally in a...

  • Police file another case against protesters in Islamabad

    Islamabad police on Thursday lodged another case against the followers of the religious parties who have staged a sit-in on the outskirts of the federal capital against a reversed change in the Khatm-i-Nabuwwat oath in the Elections Act 2017...

    The case was registered after the protesters clashed with security officers near the F-8 barrier in Islamabad earlier in the day, DawnNews reported...

  • Islamabad admin, police ‘in the dark’ over Rangers’ deployment at court

    ISLAMABAD: All visitors – be they ministers, senior politicians, mediapersons, lawyers or litigants – were barred from entering the Federal Judicial Complex (FJC) by Rangers officials on Monday, but confusion prevailed over who had deployed the paramilitary force on court premises in the first place...

    The ICT administration insisted that it had not requested Rangers deployment at the court, and that capital police, which had around...

  • Police remove Islamic State flag waving in Islamabad

    A flag similar to that of the militant Islamic State (IS) group was seen waving in Islamabad's Khana area on Sunday morning, before being removed by the local police after a citizen reported the matter...

    Police removed the flag, hoisted on a pole by an unidentified person, in the afternoon after one Naveed Ahmed Khan — a resident of Dera Ismail Khan — informed Rescue 15 of the matter...

  • Police arrest 8 protesters in Islamabad as govt decides to give negotiations another chance

    Eight protesters were arrested by Islamabad police from the Faizabad Interchange on Tuesday following minor skirmishes between police and members of the protest led by Tehreek-i-Labaik Ya Rasool Allah Pakistan (TLY) and Sunni Tehreek (ST)...

    When a contingent of police and Frontier Corps (FC) personnel reached IGP Road and Islamabad Expressway on Tuesday morning, the protesters began to prepare for a possible crackdown and resorted to...

  • Islamabad sit-in has cost police Rs120m so far

    ISLAMABAD: The ongoing protest by religious parties has cost the capital city’s police department over Rs120 million so far, and the bill is only expected to rise as the issue drags on further...

    Sources told Dawn that Islamabad police has been delaying payments to vendors for various services provided to the force, as well as for the facilities provided to reserve personnel called in from the Frontier Constabulary and Punjab...

  • Police fire water cannon to disperse protesting farmers in Islamabad

    Police on Friday fired water cannon and resorted to baton charge to gain control over a protest of the Pakistan Kissan Ittehad (PKI) held at Islamabad's D-Chowk...

    Police also used tear-gas shelling to disperse the protesters who had gathered at D-Chowk, a roundabout just outside Islamabad’s Red Zone, to demand subsidies on fertilisers and electricity bills...

  • Islamabad police get busy clearing their cobwebs

    The welcome process of clearing political cobwebs from the government machinery has reached the cluttered record rooms of the Islamabad police...

    After the grand pruning of the Exit Control List, that had the names of tens of thousands of suspected ‘criminals’, some of them for decades, police stations in the federal capital have received orders to dust off all those First Information Reports, the ubiquitous FIRs, they had registered...

  • Islamabad police finalise security plan for Eid

    ISLAMABAD: The capital police have finalised a security plan on the eve of Eidul Fitr, especially for public and worship places as well as important buildings, the police said on Thursday...

    Joint patrolling of the police and Rangers would also be conducted in the sectors...

  • Police arrest outlaws from Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: Capital police arrested 13 outlaws from different areas of the city and recovered vehicles, liquor, weapons and valuables from them, police said here on Friday...

    The police also arrested a bootlegger while patrolling in Karachi Company and seized 14 bottles of wine from him...

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