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  • Cannot rule out role of foreign agencies in disappearance of retired Army officer: FO

    The Foreign Office said on Thursday that the role of foreign intelligence agencies cannot be ruled out in the disappearance of retired Lt Col Habib Zahir, a former Pakistan Army officer who mysteriously went missing in Nepal earlier this month...

    Addressing a weekly press briefing in Islamabad, FO spokesman Nafees Zakaria said Zahir had been trapped in Nepal "after being lured into a job offer"...

  • Police officer accused of shooting man in Islamabad surrenders

    A police official accused of fatally shooting a man near a police picket in Islamabad in the wee hours of Friday has surrendered before the police, an official said on Sunday...

    The officer of police's Eagle Squad, Samiullah Niazi, had fled the scene after the incident and police had initiated a search for the suspect...

  • Govt appoints grade-21 officer Amir Zulfiqar as Islamabad IGP

    The federal government on Friday appointed grade-21 officer Amir Zulfiqar Khan as the Inspector General (IG) of Islamabad police after former IG Jan Mohammad relieved his charge, DawnNewsTV reported...

    According to a notification issued to this effect, Zulfiqar Khan was serving as the officer on special duty (OSD) in the Establishment Division before being “transferred and posted as IG Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) police, under...

  • Another officer barred from assuming Islamabad operations SSP charge

    LAHORE: Another police officer who was relieved of his duty in Punjab for his appointment as senior superintendent of police operations wing in the federal capital “on the request” of Islamabad inspector general was stopped from assuming the charge...

    A BS-19 police officer, Omer Saeed Malik, was transferred through a notification on Oct 23 and appointed as Operations SSP of the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) in the backdrop of the...

  • Two arrested in Islamabad in army officer murder case

    ISLAMABAD: Two persons were arrested over their alleged involvement in the murder of an army officer in the capital last month, said the police...

    He had come to Islamabad on an official duty and after finishing it was meeting a friend in G-9 when he was murdered on Nov 21...

  • Pindi-Islamabad service

    THE metro bus has finally started operation in Rawalpindi-Islamabad...

    It must be a great boon for all the people who use the route to get to Islamabad from Rawalpindi and back...

  • Uber launches ride-hailing service in Islamabad, Rawalpindi

    Ride-hailing service Uber will now operate in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, taking the total number of cities where the service is offered to four, said a press release issued by Uber...

    The Islamabad district government and management of Uber Pakistan met on Thursday to discuss safe, affordable and reliable transport for the residents, added the statement...

  • Interior ministry, Punjab govt to run Islamabad’s metro bus service

    ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Interior and Punjab government have agreed to jointly run Islamabad Metro Bus Project (IMBP) which has become an example of government’s negligence even though 90 per cent work is complete...

    After a meeting of the Senate Standing Committee on Communication, a senior NHA official told Dawn that the Capital Development Authority (under the interior ministry) and the Punjab Mass Transport Authority (PMTA) of...

  • Pakistan foreign secy invites Indian counterpart to Islamabad for dialogue on Kashmir

    ISLAMABAD: Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry on Monday invited his Indian counterpart S Jaishankar to Pakistan for dialogue on the Kashmir dispute, the Foreign Office (FO) said...

    Aizaz called on the Indian High Commissioner to Islamabad and handed over a letter addressed to Jaishankar highlighting the international obligations of Pakistan and India with regards to resolving the Kashmir dispute in accordance with United Nations...

  • Demonstrations, roadblocks paralyse life across country as standoff continues in Islamabad

    The unrest in Islamabad following a crackdown against religious protesters camped out at Faizabad has spilled over to other parts of the country, as men loyal to various religious parties have started holding disruptive demonstrations in various cities...

    “One of the men among the protesters was armed with SMG rifle, who resorted to firing on the policemen, resultantly Memon Goth SHO Gulzar Tunio and constable Sabir sustained bullet...

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