Crisis Response Bulletin, October 24, 2016 - Volume: 2, Issue: 43

News and Press Release
Originally published



  • Pakistan's plan to cut disaster risk aims at a new target: schools
  • Rawalpindi: 80 people suffering from dengue disease every day
  • Agriculture sector most vulnerable to climate change, affecting 180m people
  • Govt to implement SDGs to cope with climate challenges
  • 59 police recruits martyred, three terrorists killed in attack on police training centre in Quetta
  • Pakistan set to march on road to progress: Gen Raheel
  • Indian, Afghan agencies supporting terror in Pakistan: IB chief
  • Bank accounts of over 5,100 terror suspects frozen
  • Govt to introduce barcode system to curb terror, crime
  • Red Zone security may be handed over to army
  • Pakistan urges steps to foil terrorists
  • Six-day anti-polio drive starts in Karachi today
  • Govt under fire for ignoring education
  • PEMRA captures illegal indian dth and c-line