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  1. QUETTA: At least 17 people were martyred while over 20 people were injured in an explosion near Quetta's Pishin Stop, reported Geo News. Sources claimed that the number of injured could be as high as 30. According to provincial Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti told Geo News the explosion was intense and the death toll could rise further. "The target was a security forces vehicle," said Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti. Casualties were also confirmed by rescue and hospital sources. The explosion reportedly took place in a vehicle. Multiple cars caught fire after the explosion. Rescue services reached the site and are conducting rescue activities. A large contingent of security forces reached the spot and cordoned off the area. Fire fighting vehicles started dousing the fire after the explosion. Injured are being shifted to Civil Hospital Quetta and an emergency has been declared in hospitals. Sources added that a number of injured were also shifted to Combined Military Hospital (CMH). Balochistan Assembly and FC Hostel are near the spot of the explosion and the area is categorised as sensitive. This is a developing story and will be updated as information becomes available.
  2. RAWALPINDI/LAHORE: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday visited the family of martyred Major Ali Salman in Lahore, said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). Major Salman was martyred along with three other personnel during an operation in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa two days ago. General Bajwa, who was also accompanied by his wife, acknowledged the supreme sacrifice of the martyred officer, added ISPR. "Maj Ali has made us all proud," ISPR quoted the army chief. "We shall restore peace, rule of law whatever sacrifices it may cost. No threat can deter [our] resolve of a united & resilient nation," General Bajwa said, while extending his condolences to the family of Major Ali Salman. Major Salman and three soldiers of the Pakistan Army laid down their lives during a military operation in Timergara area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Lower Dir district. Major among four army officials martyred in KP The officer, from an 'agency', was said to be leading an anti-terrorist operation in Timergara when a suicide bomber exploded himself Major Salman, who was from a 'secret agency', was leading a team in an anti-terrorist operation in the vicinity, when they were martyred in a suicide bombing late Tuesday, the military had said. As the army team entered the hideout of suspected terrorists in Sherotkai, a suicide bomber blew himself up, killing the army officials, while another was killed in retaliatory fire. The martyred personnel were identified as Maj Ali Salman, Havaldar Ghulam Nazir, Havaldar Akhtar and Sepoy Abdul Karim. It was stated that one suspected terrorist was also arrested from the site.
  3. RAWALPINDI: The body of martyred pilot Wing Commander Mohammad Zeeshan was recovered on Wednesday from the Sabzazar area of Mianwali, said a statement released by the Pakistan Air Force (PAF). The PAF pilot's plane had crashed in the area on Tuesday night. The aircraft, a F-7P used for training purposes, had crashed due to a technical fault, added the PAF statement. The body of the martyred pilot was taken to PAF's M.M Alam base after it was recovered from the crash site.
  4. An official of the Special Services Group in Miramshah, North Waziristan in July 2014. Photo: AFP PESHAWAR: A major and three soldiers of the Pakistan Army laid down their lives during a military operation, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Wednesday. According to the army's media wing, Major Ali Salman ? who hails from a 'secret agency' ? was leading a team in an anti-terrorist operation in Timergara, Dir when they were killed in a suicide bombing. The ISPR said the incident took place on Tuesday night when an operation ? based on intelligence information ? against terrorists was under way. Three of the martyrs: Major Ali Salman, Havaldars Ghulam Nazir and Akbar As the army team entered the hideout of suspected terrorists in Sherotkai, a suicide bomber blew himself up, killing the army officials, while another was killed in retaliatory fire. It was stated that one suspected terrorist was also arrested from the site. The deceased were identified as Maj Ali Salman, Havaldar Ghulam Nazir, Havaldar Akhtar and Sepoy Abdul Karim. First phase of Operation Khyber-4 successfully completed: ISPR Valley associated with Brekh Top is now being cleared, says ISPR Pakistan launches nationwide 'Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad' Efforts to include broad-spectrum security and counter-terrorism operations by Rangers in Punjab, and continuation of ongoing operations
  5. Indian troops pictured in Indian occupied Kashmir. PHOTO: KMS SRINAGAR: Indian troops martyred five Kashmiri youth in Kupwara district on Tuesday, the Kashmir Media Service (KMS) said. Indian troops killed the youth during a violent military operation in Macchil area of the district. The bullet-riddled body of one Ishtiaq Ahmad Wagay was recovered from Aalam Gunj area of Shopian. Gunshots were heard on Sunday night and residents later found a man lying in a pool of blood in the village, the KMS reported. Several people were injured in violent Indian forces? action at Somber in Pampore. As a mark of protest against the Indian police, journalists from print as well as electronic media staged a sit-in outside the office of the SSP Handwara carrying placards with the slogan, ?Stop harassing media.? Journalists were protesting against the thrashing of a reporter, Javed Zargar, by Indian police. Javed Zargar was stopped by Indian police at Watergam and manhandled after he told the police that he was a journalist.
  6. SRINAGAR: Indian troops, in a fresh act of 'state terrorism', martyred three Kashmiri youth in Sopore area of Baramulla district in occupied Kashmir today. The Kashmir Media Service reported that Indian troops killed the youth during a siege and search operation at Amargarh in Sopore. Two of the martyred youth have been identified as Javaid Ahmad Dar and Abdul Hameed Mir. The troops also damaged a residential house in the area. The operation continued till this report was filed. Earlier, an Indian soldier and a policeman were injured in an attack in the same area. Meanwhile, authorities have imposed restrictions and deployed a heavy contingent of Indian police and paramilitary personnel in Sopore and other areas of the district to prevent people from staging anti-India demonstrations over the killings. The authorities have also suspended mobile and internet services and announced the closure of educational institutes in many areas of north Kashmir, including Sopore, Handwara, Hajin and Sumbal.
  7. Indian troops martyred 33 Kashmiris, including two young boys and a woman, during the month of July as atrocities against civilians continued unabated in the Indian-occupied valley, Kashmir Media Service reported. Citing data issued by its Research Section, the media outlet revealed that three of those martyred were killed in a fake encounter. The killings left three women widowed and six children orphaned. Abdul Basit rejects Indian allegations against Hurriyat leadership 'Such allegations were made in the past as well but nobody could substantiate or prove them,' Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit said During the month, 565 people were critically injured when Indian police and paramilitary forces used brute force and fired pellets and teargas shells on mourners and peaceful demonstrators in the occupied territory. 450 people, including Hurriyat leaders, activists and youth were arrested during the month. Indian troops molested or disgraced at least 24 women and destroyed 77 houses during the period, the media service said.
  8. LAHORE: At least 22 people have been martyred in a blast in the Ferozepur area of the provincial capital on Monday afternoon, confirmed DCO Lahore Sameer Ahmed. Sources confirmed to Geo News that eight policeman are among those martyred in the blast. Ahmed said 32 people were also injured in the explosion. At least 11 of the injured are said to be in critical condition. DIG Operations Dr Haider Ashraf said a police picket was targeted in the attack. ?We are collecting evidence and this could be a suicide bombing. The death toll includes police and civilians.? Police sources said a suicide attacker targetted police personnel deployed at the site, Geo News reported. The explosion took place near the Arfa Karim IT Tower. Several motorcycles and at least one vehicle has been reported damage in the explosion. Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah, addressing a press conference, said terrorism can not be ruled out as the motive behind the explosion. He added that security forces are conducting their investigations. Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan confirmed that an anti-encroachment drive was being conducted at the time explosion. The area has been cordoned off by a heavy contingent of security forces and the section of the road has been sealed. Investigation in to the attack has been started. The injured have been shifted to Jinnah Hospital and other nearby hospitals. Several of the injured are in critical condition, Geo News reported. Police personnel are among those injured. An emergency has also been imposed in the city's hospitals. Identity of those killed in the explosion has not yet been ascertained as of yet. Chief Minister Punjab has condemned the attack and has expressed sympathies with injured and the families of those killed. Ferozepur road links Lahore to Kasur and is a busy thoroughfare. Lahore's Metro Bus also passes through this route. Earlier in April, six people were martyred and 15 others wounded when a suicide bomber targeted a population census team in Lahore's Bedian Road. In February, a suicide bomber martyred 14 people, including senior police officers, when a suicide bomber hit close to the Punjab Assembly in Lahore when hundreds of demonstrators had gathered for a protest This is a developing story and will be updated as further details become available.
  9. RAWALPINDI: One solider was martyred in Operation Khyber-4 launched in the Rajgal Valley of Khyber Agency, according to an Inter-Services Public Relations statement on Friday. Sepoy Muhammad Yasir embraced martyrdom due to an IED blast. The funeral prayers of the martyred was offered at Peshawar Garrison today. The statement further said that soldiers have established posts on important heights in Rajgal valley, further adding that IEDs are being skillfully neuterlised by advancing troops with the support of army engineers during clearance operation.
  10. Pakistan Army announced the start of Operation Khyber-IV on July 15, 2017 - File Photo ISPR RAWALPINDI: One soldier has been martyred and 13 terrorists killed during ongoing Operation Khyber-IV, Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Thursday. Sepoy Abdul Jabbar laid his life for the motherland - Photo ISPR According to ISPR, the operation was progressing as planned with troops including special services group clearing 90 square KM?s and now squeezing the terrorists. A number of IEDs laid by the terrorists have been detected, recovered and neutralised by Pakistan Army Engineers Counter IED teams. Several terrorist hideouts have also been destroyed in targeted strikes by PAF, Army Aviation and Artillery. ISPR says the operation continues as part of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad. The Pakistan Army announced on Sunday the launch of a new military operation in Khyber Agency. DG ISPR Maj Gen Ghafoor said the follow-up operation, Khyber-IV, has been launched in Khyber Agency's Rajgal Valley today. He added that the Pakistan Air Force is also involved in the operation. The DG ISPR informed that the valley, next to the Afghan border, is being used by Daesh and other local militant groups. A division-plus size force will take part in the operation, he informed, saying that they hope to unilaterally secure the international border, eliminate hideouts and complete the state's complete physical hold on Khyber Agency in the operation.
  11. RAWALPINDI: A Pakistan Army soldier and two civilians were martyred on Wednesday after Indian troops opened unprovoked firing along the Line of Control (LoC), said a press release by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The incident also critically injured two soldiers and five civilians. Indian troops targetted Army outposts and the civilian population in Nezapir, Sabzkot and Kayani sectors, added ISPR. "Unprovoked cease fire violations shall always be responded strongly, aggressive and effectively by Pakistan Army" DG ISPR added. Retaliatory fire by Pakistan Army troops destroyed the Indian posts responsible for the firing and killed five Indian troops and injured many others. ISPR added that Indian guns fell silent after the response from the Pakistani side. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif condemned the incident and lauded the response by the Army.
  12. CHAMAN: One Frontier Corps (FC) soldier was martyred in a blast near a check post at the Chaman border Monday morning, said FC officials. The check post that has been damaged in the explosion belonged to the FC. The post was situated near the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. This is a developing story and will be updated as more reports come in.
  13. RAWALPINDI/MUZAFFARABAD: Indian forces resorted to unprovoked firing on Sunday and targeted a Pakistan Army vehicle across the Line of Control (LoC), which resulted in martyrdom of a soldier, according to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). Indian forces fired on the vehicle at Athmaqam area across the LoC, the ISPR said in a statement, in fresh violation of the ceasefire agreement between the two countries. As a consequence, the vehicle plunged into Neelum River. Body of one martyred soldier has been recovered, while search is on for the remaining three, the statement read. Four Indian troops killed, two check posts destroyed by Pak Army on LoC: ISPR Five innocent people, including four women, were martyred However, the Pakistan Army retaliated to the cross-border fire and gave a fitting response to the enemy, it added. On July 10, five Pakistani civilians, including four women, were martyred after Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing Rawalakot sector, Satwal, Manwal, Tatrinote areas. The incident also left four others, including three girls, injured. In response, Pakistan Army destroyed two Indian checkposts leaving four enemy troops dead.
  14. SRINAGAR: Indian troops martyred three Kashmiri youth in Tral town on Saturday the Kashmir Media Service (KMS) reported. The youth were killed in a violent siege and search operation in Wantiwen area of the town. The operation was underway at the time of publication, the KMS reported. Citizens took to the streets in Satoora area of Tral to protest against the Indian army?s operation. Indian police and troops used teargas to disperse the protesters clashing with the Indian army personnel.
  15. Kashmiri protesters throw stones towards Indian forces during clashes in Srinagar on July 8, 2017 - AFP SRINAGAR: Three Kashmir youths were martyred during a crackdown by Indian forces in the Budgam district of occupied Kashmir, Kashmir Media Service (KMS) reported on Wednesday. A complete shutdown is being observed for the fifth consecutive day against Indian atrocities with residents of Shopian stating that dozens of villages have been attacked, people beaten and property damaged. According to reports in the India media, internet services remain suspended in Indian occupied Kashmir. The suspension comes as Hurriyat leadership has reiterated its resolve to continue its online ?Kashmir Awareness Campaign? urging people to put up posts highlighting the Kashmir dispute. Internet services had been restored for a brief period after being first suspended on the first death anniversary of Burhan Wani. The brutality of Indian forces in occupied Kashmir has escalated since Wani was martyred on July 8, 2016. Over 100 Kashmirs have been martyred by Indian forces and thousands have been injured. Pakistan has continuously raised concerns over the brutality of Indian forces in Kashmir at international forums.
  16. Two civilians, including a girl, were martyred and three injured due to unprovoked firing by Indian forces at the Line of Control (LoC), the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Saturday. Indian troops initiated unprovoked firing of small arms, heavy weapons and mortars along LoC in Chirikot and Satwal sectors. Pakistani border forces effectively engaged the Indian positions and gave a befitting response, according to Pakistan Army?s media cell. Indian violations of the LoC are quite common. On June 12, two civilians were martyred and three injured in Indian troops? unprovoked firing with heavy weapons in Jandrot and Hotspring (Tattapani) sectors along the LoC. The Indians also fired mortars into the Pakistani side of the control line, said the ISPR. The deceased were identified as 18-year-old Waqar Younas and 19-year-old Asad Ali. Both were residents of Bhabra village.
  17. Indian troops take positions outside Srinagar on February 21, 2016 during a gun battle. Photo: Reuters SRINAGAR: Indian troops martyred two more Kashmiri youth in Baramulla district of Indian Occupied Kashmir on Wednesday, the Kashmir Media Service reported. The victims, identified as Gulzar Ahmed and Basit Ahmed and said to be members of Hizbul Mujahideen, were martyred during a siege and a search operation at Pazalpora in Rafiabad area of the district by Indian forces. Ever since the death of Burhan Wani, a top commander with Hizbul Mujahideen in July last year, Kashmiri freredom fighters have increasingly met Indian forces in armed encounters across the valley. Indian troops martyr 11 youth in Indian occupied Kashmir: KMS The deceased included a top Hizbul Mujahideen commander On June 11, Indian troops martyred a Kashmiri youth in Bandipora district, raising the number of killed in fake encounters in the territory to seven since June 9. The Kashmiri youth was martyred by Indian troops during a military operation in Bandipora?s Gurez area. The troops had killed six youth during a similar operation in Uri area of Baramulla district on June 9.
  18. Funeral prayers being offered for the martyred Pakistan Navy personnel. KARACHI: The funeral prayers of two Pakistan Navy personnel, Syed Hassan Raza (medical technician) and Khalil Murad (leading fireman) ? who were martyred on Monday ? were held on Tuesday. According to a press release, the personnel were martyred during a terrorist attack on a Pakistan Navy vehicle in Jiwani, Gwadar on Monday. Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah, who was present at the funeral in Karachi, condemned the gory attack on the Pakistan Navy personnel and consoled the bereaved families. The naval chief expressed his deep grief and sorrow over the incident, saying that such heinous and cowardly acts cannot deter the national resolve of Pakistan Navy to stand against terrorism. The admiral added that the sacrifices of the martyred people for national defence and to root out terrorism from the country are highly praiseworthy. He maintained that handful of terrorists cannot succeed in their nefarious design of destabilising the country. The naval chief reiterated that Pakistan Navy, in collaboration with other law-enforcement agencies, is committed to eradicate the menace of terrorism in the country. The admiral prayed for eternal peace of the martyred souls and grant of courage to the bereaved families to bear the loss and prayed for the swift recovery of those injured. Two Pakistan Navy personnel martyred in Jiwani gun attack Three other personnel were injured in the attack. The naval chief also visited the injured personnel at PNS Shifa hospital in Karachi and also met families of the deceased and injured. Besides Pakistan Navy senior officials, personnel of sister services, relatives, friends and a large number of people also attended the funeral.
  19. Two Pakistan Navy personnel were martyred and three injured when militants fired on a Navy vehicle in Jiwani city on Monday evening.
  20. PESHAWAR: The funeral prayers for martyred police personnel were held at Peshawar?s Police Lines area on Friday. Unknown motorcyclists opened fire on a police vehicle in Peshawar?s Chamkani vicinity late Thursday, martyring three policemen and injuring one. Firing from police personnel in response to the attack killed one suspect. Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Core Commander, and Inspector General of Police attended the funeral of the martyred policemen.
  21. SRINAGAR: Indian troops, in Indian occupied Kashmir, martyred a Kashmiri youth in Bandipora district on Saturday, raising the number of killed in fake encounters in the territory to seven since Friday. The Kashmiri youth was martyred by Indian troops during a military operation in Bandipora?s Gurez area. The troops had killed six youth during a similar operation in Uri area of Baramulla district, Friday evening. Occupational troops also launched a siege and search operation in Vessu area of Islamabad district following an attack on the convoy of Indian paramilitary force. One person was injured during the exchange of firing between the attackers and the troops. Indian forces conducted a cordon and search operation in Srinagar?s Lal Chowk area, causing huge inconvenience to the people. Indian army personnel damaged several residential houses in Shopian?s Narpora area following youth pelting stone on their vehicles.
  22. RAWALPINDI: Indian forces on Saturday resorted to unprovoked firing across the Line of Control (LoC), which resulted in martyrdom of an elderly man, according to the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR). Indian troops resorted to firing in Chirikot sector along the LoC, in fresh violation of the ceasefire agreement, the ISPR said in a statement. It resulted in martyrdom of 70-year-old Shabbir Khan in Polas village, Azad Kashmir, it read. This was the second ceasefire violation committed by Indian forces in less than a week. However, Pakistani soldiers gave matching response to Indian aggression, completely silencing the enemy guns, the statement added.
  23. ISLAMABAD: A civilian embraced martyrdom while two others were injured in yet another incident of unprovoked firing by Indian troops at the Line of Control (LoC) on Wednesday, Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria announced. Ceasefire violations by India continued along the LoC at Tandar, Sabzkot, Khuiratta, Baron, Bagsar and Khanjar sectors, resulting in the martyrdom of M. Rizwan and critical injuries to two civilians, including a woman, Zakaria said on Twitter. The injured were identified as Wilayat Bibi and Abdul Aziz. “We condemn Indian acts of deliberate targeting of civilians,” the FO spokesperson said. #CFVsbyIndia continued along LoC @Tandar, Sabzkot, Khuiratta, Baron, Bagsar & Khanjar Secs 1/3 — M. Nafees Zakaria (@ForeignOfficePk) May 11, 2017 Resulting in Shahadat of M. Rizwan and critical injuries to two, incl one woman (Wilayat Bibi &Abdul Aziz) 2/3 — M. Nafees Zakaria (@ForeignOfficePk) May 11, 2017 We condemn Indian acts of deliberate targeting of civilians 3/3 — M. Nafees Zakaria (@ForeignOfficePk) May 11, 2017
  24. LAKKI MARWAT: A policeman was martyred when unknown persons opened fire on him in Lakki Marwat on Tuesday. The deceased policeman, Momin Khan, was travelling to the mosque from Tijori police station when unidentified persons fired live rounds on him in Lakki Marwat's tribal area, Tijori Bazaar. Khan did not sustain the injuries and died on spot. His funeral prayers were held at Police Line Lakki Marwat. Regional Police Officer (RPO) Ali Khattak and District Police Officer (DPO) Syed Khalid attended the funeral prayers. The police launched a search operation for suspects involved in the incident. Read more: Suspect killed, gangsters among eight held in Karachi Late Tuesday, a suspect was killed in an encounter with police in Karachi, while four 'gangsters' among eight suspects were arrested in different raids, officials claimed. Police raided a house located near Dubai Chowk in Lyari late on Tuesday night, the police said. Suspects inside the house opened fire on the law enforcers as soon as they spotted them. A suspect was killed in retaliatory firing by the police. The deceased was said to be affiliated with Baba Ladla group. Officials also claimed to have recovered weapons and a hand grenade that had belonged to the deceased suspect.
  25. Akshay Kumar is an example of a man who always shows up when he’s needed. After donating crores of rupees to flood hit areas and adopting draught hit villages, he has once again come in support of the Indian soldiers. This time around, Kumar has donated a total of 1.08 crore to the families of 12 martyred jawans of the CRPF. © YouTube Part of the 219 battalion, these bravehearts were killed in Chhattisgarh's Sukma district after the Naxals' armed militia ambushed a road opening party (ROP) in the area's Bheji village on Saturday. "Akshay Kumar is a true Patriot and stands with bereaved families of 12 #ShaheedsOfSukma & donates 9 Lakhs each. CRPF salutes noble gesture," CRPF tweeted. © YouTube Akshay Kumar had kept in close touch with the DIG of Jaisalmer and got details about the families of the slain soldiers. More power to Mr. Khiladi! He truly is the hero India needs!