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2008-07-15 09:01:21

Text of report by official news agency Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) Dera Murad Jamali [Baluchistan Province], 15 July: Gas supply to Pirkoh purification plant was suspended after unknown miscreants blew up an 18-inch diameter gas pipeline in Sui [in Baluchistan], Tuesday [15 July].

2006-09-01 06:22:31

By Asim Tanveer DERA BUGTI, Pakistan (Reuters) - An elderly rebel chieftain whose killing by Pakistani security forces last weekend sparked violent protests was hastily buried on Friday in his hometown in Pakistan's restive southwest province of Baluchistan.

2006-09-01 03:45:44

By Asim Tanveer DERA BUGTI, Pakistan (Reuters) - An elderly rebel chieftain whose killing by Pakistani security forces last weekend sparked violent protests was hastily buried on Friday in his hometown in Pakistan's restive southwest province of Baluchistan.

2006-08-26 16:06:24

By Kamran Haider ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Nearly 60 people, including a prominent rebel leader, were killed in a battle between government forces and guerrillas in Pakistan's gas-rich Baluchistan province, the government said on Sunday.

2006-05-17 02:14:54

QUETTA, Pakistan (Reuters) - Tribal militants fighting for more autonomy blew up a natural gas pipeline in Pakistan's troubled southwest on Wednesday, killing a girl and wounding her mother and another relative, officials said.

2006-02-27 04:40:57

QUETTA, Pakistan (Reuters) - Suspected tribal militants attacked a train in Pakistan's southwest province of Baluchistan on Monday, opening fire on paramilitary guards on board but there were no casualties, officials said.

2006-02-05 06:19:35

QUETTA, Pakistan (Reuters) - Tribal militants fired more than 100 rockets into a town near Pakistan's largest gas field in the troubled province of Baluchistan, killing eight people, officials said on Sunday. The rockets hit the town of Sui late Saturday, damaging 16 houses.


Word of the Day
ethnarch
  • The governor of a province or people.
The word 'ethnarch' comes from a Greek word meaning 'ruler of a tribe or nation'.
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