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Authorities arrested Hafiz Saeed and four members of Jamaat-ud-Dawa for engaging in activities that violated Pakistan's obligations to the UN.

The Pakistani air force (PAF) is playing a vital role in Operation Zarb-e-Azb, supporting ground forces with air strikes and aerial surveillance, analysts say.

Government regulations and successful security operations are resulting in economic gains and investment, officials say.

The Taliban are falling into the vortex of their own internal conflicts, observers say.

Militants can benefit from illegal money transfer systems like hundi, which also harm Pakistan's economy, authorities say.

The repatriation of displaced people of North Waziristan from Khost Province has started, officials say.

The Punjab government is hiring more than 4,000 guards to deploy at public schools across the province, authorities say.

Police actions and army operations contributed to the fewest terror incidents in years, officials say.

Terrorists will fail to regain their lost relevance and Pakistanis will remain united, military and religious leaders say.

The department is seeking the help of elders in combatting a variety of social ills.

The 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant' suffered heavy losses last year in terms of both money and manpower, experts tell Diyaruna.

The Paraplegic Centre in Peshawar is manufacturing customised wheelchairs, giving users increased mobility and a sense of normality.

Pakistani security forces carried out 25,000 intelligence-based operations (IBOs) in 2016, including 11,000 in Punjab province alone.

The two countries agreed to work together to fight extremism and enhance economic relations.

Counter-terrorism military exercises with Pakistan's allies build on troops' capacity to wipe out militancy regionally, analysts say.

Operation Zarb-e-Qalam is meant to be the cultural complement to Operation Zarb-e-Azb.

Pakistan's tribal areas are nearly polio free after military operations defeated the militants, health officials say.

After successful military operations, the government is focusing on breaking the nexus of financial support to militants.

Pakistan witnessed a 44% reduction in violence-related fatalities in 2016, and a 66% drop compared to 2014, according to the Centre for Research and Security Studies (CRSS).

The Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) is investing in sports after military operations ousted the Taliban, paving the way for development.

A report says the Rangers are the source for a 91% decrease in targeted killings and 72% decrease in incidents of terrorism in 2016.

The heavy weapons and explosives would have facilitated terrorism against civilians, Kohat elders and residents said.

The army and Khyber Agency authorities helped archaeologists survey 110 heritage sites.

Central Asian countries and Afghanistan are working to protect their borders from extremist movements, officials said.

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