DUBAI: Three unidentified gunmen have shot and killed at least 9 and wounded 3 Pakistani nationals in southeastern Iran on Sunday, semi-official Tasnim news agency reported according to a provincial security official.
This follows a similar incident last month that took the lives of 9 Pakistani workers.
ISLAMABAD â ï»¿Violence marred several of Pakistanâs polling stations on Thursday, as millions voted in an election in which old dynasties vied for power while the countryâs widely popular former
LAHORE â Pakistan has suspended mobile calls and data services as millions head to the polls to vote in a new government.An interior ministry spokesman said the measure was warranted, citing recent incidents
ISLAMABAD â Tens of millions of Pakistanis are heading to the polls to vote in a new government amid soaring inflation, rising violence and claims of rigging.The election comes almost two years since
Two bomb explosions have killed at least 20 people in Pakistan’s Balochistan province on the eve of general elections, officials say.
RIYADH: Saudi Minister of Defense Prince Khalid bin Salman met Pakistani Minister of Defense Anwar Ali Hyder on the sidelines of the World Defense Show in Riyadh on Monday.
The ministers reviewed relations between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, explored opportunities for collaboration in the military and defense sectors, and discussed regional and international issues of mutual concern.
They presided over the signing of two memoranda of understanding between their respective ministries.
PESHAWAR: Dozens of militants attacked a police station in northern Pakistan early Monday, killing at least 10 officers, a senior commander said.
The assault comes just days before Pakistan votes in a general election that has already seen dozens of attacks on candidates and party supporters.
âMore than 30 terrorists launched an attack from three directions. There was an exchange of fire for over two-and-a-half hours,â Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provincial police chief Akhtar Hayat Gandapur told AFP.
RIYADH: Karachi portâs cargo operations are poised for a 75 percent capacity boost under a new concession agreement aiming for 14 million tonnes annually.Â
AD Ports Group announced that it has signed a new 25-year concession deal with Pakistanâs federal government agency responsible for overseeing operations.Â
The agreement expands upon the concession deal AD Ports Group secured in June 2023 for the development, operation, and management of container terminal berths 6-10 at Karachi Port Trustâs East Wharf, known as Karachi Gateway Terminal Multipurpose Limited.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistanâs top business body has saidÂthe South Asian country should aim to enhance its halal food exports to Saudi Arabia and other Gulf Cooperation CouncilÂcountries â a region he believesÂholds the key to enhancing the cash-strapped nationâs food exports.