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  • Massive Afghan quake shakes Pakistan, other parts of South Asia

    Pakistan had barely ceased commemorating and remembering the 10th anniversary of the 2005 Kashmir earthquake when the earth shook yet again, bringing back painful memories and reopening old wounds...

    With the northern parts of the country all but cut off, it was very difficult to ascertain the extent of damage in the remote parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Fata and Gilgit-Baltistan...

  • News channels go off air, Facebook and YouTube blocked in parts of Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) on Saturday afternoon issued a notification prohibiting live coverage of the operation to end the Faizabad sit-in, following which most private news channels were taken off-air in Islamabad and other parts of the country...

    Additionally, Facebook, YouTube, DailyMotion, Twitter and Instagram have been blocked in some parts of the country...

  • ‘Southern parts of Pakistan to experience harsher droughts’

    ISLAMABAD: International weather experts predict that Pakistan may face harsher drought conditions than last year...

    “We expect lesser rains in the southern half of the country, which is already in the grip of drought-like conditions,” chief of the Pakistan Meteorological Department, Dr Ghulam Rasul, told Dawn...

  • Another monsoon spell starts in upper parts of Pakistan

    LAHORE: Another spell of monsoon rains, with isolated heavy falls, is expected to start in upper parts of the country and Punjab from Wednesday (today)...

    The spell would be caused by a mix of moderate moist monsoon currents penetrating upper and eastern parts of the country and a shallow cold and dry westerly wave already affecting the upper parts of the country...

  • Strike in parts of Balochistan

    GWADAR: A partial strike was observed in Panjgur and parts of Gwadar and Turbat on Thursday on the call of Baloch National Front (BNF) against alleged violations of human rights in Balochistan...

  • Rain likely in most parts of country

    According to the Met office, monsoon rains are likely to begin in the upper regions of the country and spread towards the central and southern parts during the week...

    Weak moist currents from Arabian Sea are penetrating northeast Balochistan and adjoining areas and a shallow westerly wave is also present over the upper western parts of the country...

  • Parts of city abruptly shut after MQM’s appeal for mourning

    KARACHI: Markets and business centres in different parts of the city were abruptly shut on Wednesday afternoon following the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) appeal for mourning over the worker’s killing in police custody...

    ”He added that number of buses on the road dropped in the afternoon yet many could be seen plying on major roads such as Sharea Faisal, Shahrah-i-Pakistan, Shershah Suri Road, M...

  • IS seizes parts of Iraq’s largest oil refinery

    KIRKUK: Jihadists from the self-styled Islamic State group broke into Iraq’s massive Baiji oil refinery, seized some of its facilities and are hiding among fuel storage tanks, officials said on Wednesday...

    IS has attempted repeatedly over the past 10 months to capture the refinery — the country’s largest — but security forces have managed to fight them off
  • Petrol shortage affecting parts of Punjab recedes

    ISLAMABAD: The shortage of petrol affecting parts of Punjab slightly receded on Sunday after some private oil marketing companies (OMCs) were compelled to release their stocks or face penalties and cancellation of their licences...

    The problem was compounded by an ongoing low stock position averaging 6-7 day coverage for almost two weeks that led to a crisis-like situation in many parts of the country, including Lahore, between...

  • Sindh govt issues flash-flood warning for lower, urban parts of Sindh

    The direction, through a "most urgent" letter, was issued in connection with a weather warning issued by the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD)...

    In response to the PMD's warning of expected flash flooding, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) also sent a letter to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) with a request to issue SMS alerts for the areas likely to be affected...

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