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    Karachi Pidc Bomb Blast In Pakistan

  • SHC upholds death sentence of two brothers in PIDC blast case

    KARACHI: The Sindh High Court on Thursday upheld the death sentence of two brothers and overturned the death penalty of a co-accused in the PIDC bomb blast case...

    The two-judge bench headed by Justice Mohammad Karim Khan Agha observed that the judicial confessions of both brothers, Mangla Khan and Aziz Khan, were made voluntarily and two eyewitnesses had also identified them for parking a car at the crime site in which the bomb was...

  • Citizen and traffic wardens come to blows in Karachi's PIDC area

    KARACHI: A fist-fight broke out on Monday between an enraged citizen and traffic police personnel as a row over motorcycle parking escalated near the PIDC traffic section at the intersection of Dr Ziauddin Ahmed Road and Club Road...

    The episode occurred when the citizen, identified as 35-year-old Shafiq, was told not to park his motorcycle near the traffic police check-point near PIDC House, DawnNews reported...

  • Defence equipment may be exempted from PIDC

    9 per cent PIDC on transshipments into and out of Punjab and clearance of air cargo at Punjab-based international airports...

    Informed sources in PRA told Dawn on Saturday that the summary moved on June 15 would be approved by the provincial chief executive in the backdrop of directions from the ministries concerned and international conventions Pakistan signed not to tax UN and diplomatic missions...

  • Bomb blast leaves two troops dead in N. Waziristan

    PESHAWAR: Two soldiers lost their lives in a roadside blast in Spinwam area of North Waziristan Agency on Monday, according to official sources...

    After receiving information about the IEDs, officials of the political administration called the personnel of bomb disposal unit who defused the devices...

  • Fresh fires, bomb blast in Myanmar's Rakhine

    Twenty homes caught fire and a bomb was detonated near a mosque in Myanmar's Rakhine state, the government said on Friday, the latest unrest in a region that has seen hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims flee in under a month...

    The following morning a bomb detonated outside of a mosque in Mi Chaung Zay village in nearby Buthidaung township, according to the government...

  • FC officer narrowly escapes bomb blast

    The local police said the blast occurred near Zarghoni Masjid when Frontier Corps Colonel Farhan of Tal Scouts passed by the place along with his family in a double cabin vehicle...

    They said the military officer’s vehicle was damaged in the blast but he and his family members remained unhurt...

  • Four killed in Sibi bomb blast

    QUETTA: Four people were killed and 20 others, among them children, injured in a bomb explosion in Sibi on Sunday...

    The blast rocked the entire town and triggered panic among people...

  • Peace volunteer killed in bomb blast

    KHAR/MARDAN: A member of Nawagai peace committee was killed in a roadside bomb blast in Nawagai tehsil of Bajaur Agency on Friday morning...

    Local political administration and people said Khalid Khan, son of Nawagai peace committee chief Maulana Guldad Khan, was walking to a nearby place when he was targeted with a remote-controlled bomb in the far-flung locality of Nawagai town, some 32 kilometers northwest of Khar, the agency...

  • Former MNA survives bomb blast

    KHAR: Former MNA from Bajaur Agency and PPP Central Executive Committee member Syed Akhunzada Chattan on Saturday survived a roadside bomb blast here...

    The administration officials said the blast took place at around 11:30am in Mandal area around 10 kilometers southwest of Khar...

  • IS claims Riyadh bomb blast

    The militant Islamic State (IS) group said it had been caused by a bomb one of its members had affixed to the vehicle...

    In a statement released on a social messaging platform, an IS ‘news agency’ said the blast was caused by a “sticky bomb” attached to the vehicle of a member of the Saudi armed forces, the SITE monitoring service reported...

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