Earthquake hits Swat again, people left frightened

Tremors were felt in and around the Swat district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province for the second time in 24 hours. The local population is terrified as a result of the frequent earthquakes. The earthquake had a magnitude of 4.5 on the Richter scale, according to the Geological Survey. The earthquake struck at a depth of 120 kilometres, with the epicentre in the Hindu Kush mountain range.  

Hangu house fire kills 6

Rescue officials claimed on Tuesday that at least six members of a family suffocated to death after a fire broke out in their home in Hangu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). The fire was started by gas that had accumulated in the room where they were sleeping. According to police, the victims include a couple and their four children. Their bodies were taken to a local hospital for legal and medical formalities.  

Mirpurkhas: Guard injures bank official, kills himself

On Friday in the district of Mirpurkhas, a private security company guard injured a bank official before killing himself. According to reports, a security guard, Ghulam Rasool, injured Abdul Wahab Ghouri, a CSR officer for a private bank in Mirpurkhas, and then killed himself with the same weapon. SSP Captain Retired Chaudhry Asad Ali of Mirpurkhas paid a visit to the bank and gathered the CCTV video. He also inquired about the incident with the bank manager.  

Travis Scott Astroworld tragedy headed down ‘dark future’

Experts recently gathered together for an objective examination of Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner's likely future after the Astroworld tragedy. Rachel Fiset, the managing partner at Zweiback, Fiset & Coleman, made this claim. "If Scott actively disregarded known risks to his concertgoers either before the show or during it, he could be on the hook for negligence, at the least, and the millions of dollars in damages that could result from the suits," he was cited as saying in an interview with Yahoo Entertainment.  

SC orders immediate demolition of Nasla Towers, Saeed Ghani summoned

Soon after ordering Karachi authorities to demolish the Nasla Tower, a building declared to have been built on encroached land along the Shahrah e Faisal, the Supreme Court of Pakistan summoned Sindh Information Minister Saeed Ghani over his opposition to the demolition of unlawfully constructed buildings. When the court was considering a petition against a 16-story building in Bahadurabad, Saeed Ghani was summoned. The justices took note of Ghani's prior comments, in which he stated that he would resign from his government position but would not demolish buildings in response to a court ruling. Such demolition orders, he noted, frequently result in humanitarian crises.  

School principal arrested as four children die in Swat bus accident

After a bus overturned in the Lalko area of Matta tehsil, killing four pupils and injuring nearly 30 others, police arrested the principal of a private school, the owner, and the driver. The schoolchildren had taken the bus to the scenic Gabin Jabba valley, but it was involved in an accident on the way back on Saturday when the vehicle developed a technical fault. Three children were killed and 31 others were injured in the initial attack. A fourth child was injured and died as a result of his injuries, bringing the total number of people killed to four.  

After PM Khan briefs bench, SC adjourns hearing of APS case

Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived at the Supreme Court on Wednesday after being summoned suo motu in the Peshawar Army Public School case by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Gulzar Ahmed. In 2014, the attack on the Army Public School shook the country to its core. More than 145 people were killed in the terrorist attack on December 16, 2014, the majority of whom were school pupils. Soon after the incident, a national agreement was reached, and the National Action Plan (NAP) was drafted to combat the country's widespread terrorism. Of a series of campaigns, the military reclaimed control of regions in the former Fata that had become hotbeds of militant activity.