No organisation has claimed responsibility for the attack so far. An investigation has been launched into the attack, reported Dawn.
The police have made 47 arrests and charges are being filed gradually as a 50-strong investigative team probes around 158 crimes.
The climate crisis is a manifestation of interlocking systems of oppression, and it's a form of colonialism, said Belgium-based climate activist Meera Ghani.
The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) has finally cleared the dues of its players, distributing around 15 million rupees to 30 athletes, who had not been paid for the last five months.
The US says it expected India to understand its position on the Pakistan deal. New Delhi has no such expectation.
Babar and Rizwan charged against England with aggressive batting as the visitors couldn't hold on to their chances to break the stand.
Pakistan's total debt and liabilities skyrocketed to Rs 59.7 trillion this year, a surge of Rs 11.9 trillion or 25 per cent compared to the preceding fiscal year.
Swelling waters have swept away villages, roads and bridges, and at one point inundated a third of Pakistan's territory.
The record monsoons and heavy floods have affected 33 million people and are estimated to have caused USD 30 billion of damage.
To the West, Pakistan, despite economic constraints, has continued its military modernisation, especially its Navy, which is on track to becoming a 50-platform force
Former Pakistan captain Muhammad Hafeez said if Shoaib Malik had played in the World Cup, the team would have got a senior player.
They performed this electrifying 10-minute drill with the illustrious 303 rifles at the renowned beating retreat ceremony along the Radcliffe Line between India and Pakistan.
The global health watchdog said water supply was disrupted in flood-hit areas of Pakistan, forcing people to drink unsafe water which could cause cholera and other diseases.
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif had three meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Uzbekistan's Samarkand city.
The WHO chief also said that nearly 2,000 health facilities have been fully or partially damaged in Pakistan and urged donors to continue to respond generously so that more lives can be saved.
The Eknath Shinde-Devendra Fadnavis government has been facing flak after Vedanta-Foxconn chose Gujarat to set up its multi-billion semiconductor plant.
'Russia said that they have gas pipelines in Central Asian countries and the pipelines could be extended to Pakistan via Afghanistan,' Asif said.
Army chief General Javed Bajwa, 61, would retire on November 29 and his successor is expected to be announced by the Prime Minister who is legally authorised to appoint the army chief.
PM Sharif describes Pakistan as a 'sea of water' after floods; calls for immediate climate action at SCO
He stressed the dire need for assistance from international community to help Pakistan overcome the problems in wake of floods, including relief, rehabilitation and control of water-borne diseases.
The massive floods have affected more than 33 million people and displaced over half a million people who are still living in tents and makeshift accommodation in Pakistan.