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  • Cellphone shop in occupied Kashmir attacked

    SRINAGAR: Militants attacked a mobile phone shop in India-held Kashmir on Monday, killing one employee and wounding two, in the second attack in as many days to target telecommunication businesses in the region...

    They fired at a franchisee outlet of state-owned company BSNL in Sopore before fleeing, a senior police officer said
  • US Muslim group launches cellphone app to report hate crimes

    Hoping to get an accurate count of anti-Muslim hate crimes in the United States, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) on Friday launched a mobile app allowing victims to report bias incidents...

    The group launched its Making Democracy Work for Everyone app a month after it reported a 44 per cent surge in the number of hate crimes reported by US Muslims last year
  • Cellphone snatching cases on the rise in Karachi despite Rangers-led operation

    KARACHI: Mobile phone snatching incidents increased in the outgoing year of 2015 as compared to the previous year despite the Rangers-led targeted operation, though it helped in curbing major crimes in the metropolis...

    “In the year 2014, around 29,000 cases of mobile phones theft or snatching were reported while the number increased to 32,000 during this year,” said Zubair Habib, the newly appointed chief of the Citizens-Police Liaison...
  • Cellphone services suspended

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Telecommunication Authority on Thursday suspended cellular phone services from 6am till 12:30pm in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad as a part of security measures for the rehearsals of the flag hoisting ceremony to be held at the Convention Centre on Friday...

    Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, which regulates the mobile operators, received the directives to block signals from the interior ministry...

  • Man throws acid on younger brother in dispute over cellphone charger

    FAISALABAD: A man received severe burns on his face and neck after his older brother threw acid on him in a heated dispute over a cellphone charger in 541-GB Chakkian on Monday, police said...

    According to CCPO Afzaal Ahmad, Ashraf Hussain, 27, threw acid on his younger brother Sharafat Hussain after the two got into an argument about who would use the home's only cellphone charger first...

  • Cellphone services to remain suspended in big cities on Independence Day

    ISLAMABAD: Mobile phone service will remain suspended in the federal capital and other high-security zones throughout the country on Sunday, the Independence Day, sources from Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) told DawnNews on Saturday...

    According to the report titled Security v Access: The Impact of Mobile Network Shutdowns, Pakistan's economy is severely impacted by network shutdowns...

  • ‘Cellphone service providers agree to share data with police’

    Senior officials of the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) were also present...

    Take a look: Anti-terrorism force to get cellphone tracking devicesAccording to a brief police statement issued following the meeting, the officials discussed in detail the procedure to ensure timely access to information such as call data record and location besides the geo-fencing facility...

  • Cellphone services go off today in Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: The cellphone services will remain suspended from 5am to 3pm as a part of security measures for Pakistan Day parade on Wednesday...

    Cellular towers will be turned off on March 23, possibly from 5am to 3pm, a source in Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) told Dawn on Tuesday...

  • Cellphone services may be suspended in three cities today

    KARACHI: All mobile phone services in Karachi, Hyderabad and Sukkur are likely to be suspended on Thursday (today) due to security concerns on account of Yaum-i-Ali, according to a Sindh government spokesperson...

    The provincial government has taken a decision to this effect and recommended to the federal government to impose a ban on mobile phone service in the three major cities from 9am to 9pm on Thursday
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