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Pakistan      29 persons killed in separate incidents in FATA
Pakistan      10 persons killed in separate incidents in Balochistan
Pakistan      Eight persons including two ASWJ cadres killed in separate incidents of violence in Karachi
Pakistan      Three policemen injured in IED explosion during a search operation after a bid to attack Police Station was repulsed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
India      Civilian injured in Maoist attack in Andhra Pradesh
India      Grenade hurled at private residence in Manipur
Bangladesh      20 powerful explosives recovered in Sylhet District
India      Two jailed IM operatives accused of 13/7 case arrested in theft case
India      Hardcore Maoist squad leader arrested in West Bengal
India      Maoist 'sub-zonal commander' surrenders in Bihar
India      Abducted engineer released in Assam
India      Pakistan says enough proof to nail LeT ‘commander’ Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi for 26/11 plot
India      India gives Pakistan fresh evidence against LeT founder Hafiz Saeed
Pakistan      Former Chief Minister Jam Muhammad Yousuf granted bail in Nawab Akbar Bugti murder case
Nepal      President yet to take decision on fresh election of Constitution Assembly
India      Maharashtra ATS to conduct identification parade of IM operative Qateel Siddiqui
India      Goa government gives in principle nod to set-up of ATS
India      Madhya Pradesh ATS issues notices to telecom companies for providing SIM cards to IM operatives
Pakistan      Doctor Shakeel Afridi to shift from Central Jail Peshawar to Punjab owing to threat to his life
India      CBI moves Interpol for Red Corner Notice against IM operative Fasih Mehmood
India      ISI plotting to hurt Indian economy, says media report
Pakistan      Pakistan-US talks on NATO supplies make progress, says Foreign Ministry officials
India      Don't disturb the peace in Mizoram, says Mizoram Home Minister R. Lalzirliana
Pakistan      JUI-F Chief extends political and moral support to the Afghan Taliban
India      Myanmar ban on anti-India groups to strengthen security ties with India
Pakistan      President Barrack Obama's top military adviser General Martin Dempsey argues for cutting some US aid to Pakistan
Sri Lanka      North of country is not a predominantly Tamil area, says Defence secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa
India      ENPO submits memorandum for 'Frontier Nagaland'

10 persons killed in separate incidents in Balochistan

At least three tortured bullet-riddled bodies stuffed in a bag were found in the Ferozabad area of Quetta on May 28, reports Dawn. The bodies were identified as Mehran Khan Kiyazai, Mohammad Khan and Mohammad Nabi Marri. Sources said that Mehran Khan was missing since April 11, 2012. Mohammad Khan Marri and Mohammad Nabi Marri, residents of Sariab, were brothers. Voice for Baloch Missing Persons’ Chairman Nasrullah Baloch told Daily Times that the deceased were on the missing persons’ list and were abducted in April from Zarghoon Road. He said as many as 407 bullet-riddled bodies of Baloch missing persons had been found so far.                               

Separately, two dead bodies were recovered from Pnhinain area of Dera Bugti District. A spokesman for the Baloch Republican Party (BRP), Sher Mohammad Bugti, claimed that the bodies were dumped in the area. He identified the victims as Ali Khan Bugti and Wali Mohammad Bugti, who had been missing since March 12, 2005.  

Elsewhere in the District, another dead body, identified as that of Habibullah Nurzai, was found in the Pashtoonabad area.                               

Further, another unidentified dead body was recovered from Khuzdar District.                                       

In addition to the recovery of bullet riddled bodies, Quetta witnessed a series of violence. At least two Police officials, identified as Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Abdul Qayyum and constable Muhammad Asif (driver),  were killed and another two were injured in an ambush attack on a Police van on Sariab Road in Quetta. Superintendent of Police (SP) Sikandar Tareen said that the vehicle of New Sariab Police was returning from the court when unidentified assailants opened fire on it. No group had claimed responsibility for the attack. 

In another incident, the headmaster of a middle school and a part time journalist, Abdul Qadir Hajizai, was shot dead while he was on his way to home in Basima area of Washuk District, reports Dawn. Hajizai worked for a private Balochi language TV channel. 

Also, at least three Policemen were injured when unknown assailants opened fire on a police mobile in Sariab Wali Jat area in Quetta, reported The News.  

In a separate incident, armed militants opened fire on the house of the President of the Turbat Press Club, Irshad Akhtar in Turbat District, reports Dawn. However, Akhtar and his family remained unhurt in the attack.  

Meanwhile, a portion of the main railway track was blown up in Pirkaniabad area on Sariab Road in Quetta, reported Daily Times. According to the Police, unidentified militants planted explosive material to the railway track, which exploded destroying two-foot-long portion of the track, while the blast also caused suspension of railway traffic to and from Quetta.






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