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Daesh claims Quetta church attack
ISLAMABAD: At least nine people were killed and over 50 injured in a suicide attack on the Bethel Memorial Methodist Church on Zarghoon Road in Quetta on Sunday. Daesh claimed the attack, the group’s Amaq news agency said in an online statement, without providing any evidence for its claim. The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Balochistan Moazzam Ansari and Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti confirmed the death toll
 
 
Army chief to brief senate on security issues
ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Bajwa will brief the Senate on Tuesday in an in-camera meeting of the Committee of the Whole House over national security paradigm and emerging geopolitical situation in the region. A notification issued by the Senate Secretariat made this announcement. The Director General of Military Operation will accompany the army chief. It said the meeting has been arranged on a motion moved by
   
Musharraf seeks long-term interim government
ISLAMABAD: Former president Pervez Musharraf has suggested that an interim government, authorised by the Supreme Court to carry out constitutional amendments, was the only solution to the challenges being faced by Pakistan. “The proposed technocrat interim government should be provided with a considerable time to hold the corrupt politicians accountable,” he told a TV channel and said that the interim setup should not be bound
 
 
Former PM accuses SC judges of double standards
ISLAMABAD: Ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif has accused the Supreme Court of acting on behalf of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan. “I had predicted that the judges might end up disqualifying me again in the disqualification cases related to Imran and Jehangir Tareen. The decision in favour of Imran speaks for itself. “Everything we have said about double standards is being proved right. Each and everything we
   
China eyes ‘maritime extension’ through Gwadar
GWADAR: China is lavishing vast amounts of aid on a small Pakistani fishing town to win over locals and build a commercial deep-water port that the United States and India suspect may also one day serve the Chinese navy. Beijing has built a school, sent doctors and pledged about $500 million in grants for an airport, hospital, college and badly-needed water infrastructure for Gwadar, a dusty town whose harbour juts out into the
 
 
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