Major terror attacks on schools in Pakistanhttp://ibnlive.in.com/news/major-terror ... 80-56.html
October 2014: A girls' school in Pakistan has been blown up by terrorists. The unidentified terrorists attacked the government girls' primary school with explosives in Hakim Khan Keley village in the Bara area of Khyber district.http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/featur ... 15708.html
Between 2007 and 2011, the Tehreek-e-Taliban Swat, led by Maulana Fazlullah, destroyed more than 400 schools, many of them providing education for girls, the local administration says.
September 2014: Suspected terrorists blew up a government girls' primary school in the border area in Nawagai tehsil.
January 2014: A suicide bomber has blown himself up outside a government school in northwest Pakistan, killing a teenage boy and another person.
September 2013: Bomb attack At Pakistani Girls School. A bomb has exploded outside a girls school in the northwestern town of Bannu, wounding 14 people.
June 2013: At least 14 people were killed and 28 injured in an attack on a Shiite religious school in northwestern Pakistan.
October 2012: Malala Yousafzai was shot at by Taliban militants while she was boarding her school bus in northwest Pakistani district of Swat.
September 2011: Pakistan school bus attack kills teacher and three children. Islamist gunmen target bus near city of Peshawar.
December 2010: Suspected militants targeted a school bus with a roadside bomb in northwestern Pakistani city , killing its driver and injuring two students.
April 2009: 12 children were killed when a bomb hidden in a football, left near the compound wall of a girls' school in Dir, west of Swat Valley, exploded.
March 2009: The Government Girls' Higher Secondary School in Hathian village, Mardan, was bombed. On 23 March, a rocket hit the courtyard of FG Girls' High School in Peshawar; it was launched from nearby hills.
March 2009: A suicide bomber attacked a girls' school in Baluchistan, eastern Pakistan.
February 2009: A girls' schools in Mardan District, north-east of Peshawar, were attacked.
January 2009: A government-run girls' middle school was blown up in Qambar, a suburb of Mingora, Swat.
August 2002: Six killed at Pakistan missionary school. Six Pakistanis were killed and at least three people wounded today when masked gunmen burst into the compound of a school for children of foreign missionaries near the town of Murree.
Terrorist attack and hostage situation in Pakistan
July 2012: Dozens of militants coming from Afghanistan took scores of villagers hostage in Kitkot village near Pakistan's Bajaur tribal area, sparking fighting that killed at least 10 people
August 2010: The militants overpowered guards at the army detention centre located within Peshawar cantonment and took two sentries hostage. The militants, who were being investigated by a law enforcement agency, also took control of the building located a short distance from the US Consulate and an office of the Intelligence Bureau.
October 2009: Militants wearing military uniform attacked the Pakistani army's headquarters, killing six soldiers and taking hostages after a 40-minute gun battle.
The shooting of Malala Yousafzai, a 14-year-old activist who championed the cause of girls’ education in the valley, by Taliban gunmen last week was a stark reminder of the extremist group’s stance on the issue of education.
There are large number of attacks on schools, especially that teaches girls.