Overspeeding Lahore-bound passenger bus topples over in Islamabad; mishap kills 13 and injures 34 others
An over-speeding passenger bus turned turtle near Pakistan's capital city Islamabad on Thursday, killing at least 13 people and injuring 34 others, police said.
Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai says she plans to return to Pakistan for good after completing education in UK
Security has forced the Nobel laureate, whose arrival in the country dominated headlines and social media, to keep her itinerary tightly under wraps.
Man kills one, injures another before shooting himself at Long Beach law firm in California; police term incident 'workplace violence'
A man walked into the Long Beach law firm in Southern California where he worked and shot two men Friday before turning the gun on himself, police said.
Two top Taliban commanders killed by Pakistani security forces in raid near Pakistan's Afghanistan border
Two top commanders of the Taliban were killed by Pakistani security forces during a raid in the country's restive northwest tribal region bordering Afghanistan.
Gunman takes hostage, opens fire from Nevada high-rise; brings back chilling memories of Las Vegas shootout
A gunman with a hostage opened fire from the eighth floor of a luxury high-rise condominium in Nevada onto the streets below on Tuesday, authorities said. No injuries were reported
The Delhi High Court was on Thursday placed on high alert after the Delhi Police received a call regarding a bomb threat.
Sources said that four teams of SWAT have been deployed at important locations those attract a large crowd and gathering including India Gate.
A gunman wielding an assault-type rifle and a handgun opened fire inside a crowded gay nightclub early Sunday, before dying in a gunfight with SWAT officers, police said. It was the worst mass shooting in American history.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton adjusted their presidential politicking Sunday, first offering prayers and support to the victims of the worst mass shooting in US history. But they both infused their sympathy with statements that favor their presidential aspirations, and the presidential race rolled on.
Marking the first Home Ministerial visit in a decade, Rajnath Singh on Wednesday left for China where he will meet Premier Li Keqiang and hold talks with his counterpart on security cooperation and checking smuggling of arms to the Northeast insurgents.
A blast probably triggered by a suicide bomber killed 15 people today at a mosque inside a special forces headquarters in Saudi Arabia near the border with Yemen. An interior ministry spokesman said the "terrorist" attack took place during noon prayers in the city of Abha, in the southern province of Asir.
Clues a day after Gurdaspur attack: GPS that shows gunmen crossed from Pakistan, shaved off all body hair
A day after the terrorist terror strike in Gurdaspur district of Punjab, there's still little known about the attack and who carried it.
A high alert was sounded in Delhi and security beefed up in vital installations.
Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai told more than 500 young people on Monday that they should start working right now to change the world.
Security forces in Meghalaya today launched an intensive manhunt in South Garo Hills to nab cadres of the outlawed GNLA for killing a woman for resisting rape.
Pakistani farmer Wazir Jamal was so upset about being forced off his patch of land to make way for an army base in the Swat Valley that he killed himself, family and friends say.
"The armed forces fully support the process of negotiation to eliminate terrorism," General Kayani said.
Nairobi ought to be a wake up call--but there's no reason to believe it's going to wake up a government with a demonstrated ability to ignore fire-alarms going off by its head.
Following are some of the interesting compilations from the Abbottabad Commission report leaked by Al Jazeera news channel as to how world's dreaded terrorist planned his 10-year undetected stay in the garrison city of Pakistan.