Blast in Parachinar: Curb Terrorism through Military Courts - Asian Tribune

According to officials of Parachinar authorities and media reposts at least 25 people killed and more than 87 injured in a remote controlled blast at the Sabzi Mandi (vegetable market) in Kurram Agency's Parachinar area at 8:50 am morning of Saturday ...

Pakistan braces for 'tough talks' as army chief Qamar Bajwa plans Afghan visit - India TV

Pakistan is bracing itself for tough talk with Afghanistan in coming weeks as its army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa prepares to travel to Kabul at the invitation by President Ashraf Ghani for serious talks. India TV News Desk, Islamabad [Published ...

Bomb blast in Northwest Pakistan claims 22 lives - ScrollToday

Twenty-two people were reported dead in a bomb blast at a vegetable market in northwest Pakistan, on Saturday. Around 50 were injured. The blast took place in Parachinar, capital of Kurram tribal region, near the Afghan border. Officials said that ...

Pakistan army chief Bajwa braces for 'tough talk' with Afghan president on terrorism - Times of India

NEW DELHI: Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa accepted Afghanistan president Ashraf Ghani's invitation for "serious talks" with the intention to put an end to the allegations of cross border terrorism, a Pakistan media report said.

Pakistan preparing for 'tough talk' with Afghanistan - Khaama Press (press release) (blog)

The Pakistani authorities are preparing for a 'tough talk' with the Afghan government officials as the country's Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa is mulling to visit Afghanistan, it has been reported. Sources privy of the development have ...

Seven arrested over Parachinar vegetable market blast - DAWN.com

PARACHINAR: Seven suspects were arrested on Sunday in connection with the deadly bomb blast that ripped through the vegetable market the previous day. Meanwhile, the chief of the army staff visited the injured and praised tribal people for their ...

Parachinar terror attack - Pakistan Today (press release)

COAS Bajwa was spot-on when, commenting on the Parachinar terrorist attack, he said that terrorists will fail in their attempt to regain the lost relevance. That the terrorists are fighting a battle that they are destined to lose in the long-run is ...