Pakistan expressed concern about the growing Iranian aggression across the border and disregard for international law.
Nighttime cricket, volleyball and football tournaments draw in youth of diverse sects and ethnicities and have become a pillar of Ramadan traditions.
At least 33 people were injured in aerial firing in celebration of Pakistan's cricket victory June 18.
Children suffer the most from terrorism and militant attacks, health professionals and security analysts say.
Pakistan won the International Cricket Council (ICC) Champions Trophy, battling all odds to beat rival India.
Iran warned in May that it may hit militant targets inside Pakistan after leaders of the two countries agreed 'in principle' to co-operate on border security.
Military operations have contributed to a decline in terrorist attacks on mosques, down from a peak of 18 in 2012 to none this year.
The toll-free hotline gives legal advice and assistance to Pakistanis experiencing harassment or blackmailing on social media.
The force now has 14 armoured personnel carriers and 61 armour-plated patrol vans to ensure the safety of police fighting terrorism.
The centuries-old irrigation system is still in use in Mohmand Agency and other areas of northern Pakistan.
ISIS has been making inroads in Pakistan through alliances with local militant outfits such as LeJ and the Jamatul Ahrar faction of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).
A series of virtual lectures and trainings allowed young journalists to exchange experiences, expertise and reporting.
Sahib Singh is hearing praise for his gesture of brotherly love and tolerance during Ramadan.
The Punjab government aims to train 10,000 youth in information technology and entrepreneurial skills.
The Safe City Project, utilising 1,950 closed-circuit television cameras throughout the city, aims to rid the capital of crime and to keep a vigilant eye on terrorists.
An intelligence-based operation led security forces to a cave in Mastung District, where they killed at least 12 key ISIS commanders plotting attacks on Pakistan, according to officials.
The people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are not extremists, says Guliafshan Tariq.