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Kayani asked Obama to announce Osama's killing: Panetta
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Kayani asked Obama to announce Osama's killing: Panetta

The then Pakistan Army Chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani asked the US to inform the world about the killing of al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden in a covert raid by American forces in an effort to prevent domestic backlash, according to former Defense Secretary ... First Post.com, 2 months ago

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Pakistan Today

Judgement reserved on Musharraf's plea for joint trial

Farogh Nasim says Gen Ashfaq Kayani can be named as principal accused as he did not lift emergency after assuming office of COAS Says every federal minister is responsible to protect Constitution but they violated it after giving consent to ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago Treason case: Ruling reserved on plea for trial of civil, military officials  The Express Tribune1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Musharraf advocates army's role in governance

Former dictator says Gen Kayani should also be tried for high treason besides him Former military ruler General (r) Pervez Musharraf has said that an empowered interim government could bring reforms and take the country on a path of progress and ...
 Pakistan Today3 weeks ago The Messiah syndrome  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago New turn in the treason trial  Business Recorder4 weeks ago
DAWN Group

A changed path for ISI

WITH the exit of DG ISI Gen Zaheerul Islam this week, the last vestiges of the Kayani-era approach to security and politics can perhaps also be left behind. Much though will depend on the path army chief Gen Raheel Sharif decides to take. By the ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

For Pak army, Peshawar is a game changer

Pakistan's military has been hit before. Terrorists have attacked the Army's headquarters, Navy bases, buses conveying ISI personnel, garrison mosques, and attempted to assassinate two Army chiefs. Since 9/11, the Pakistani Taliban and al Qaida have ...
 Times of India1 day ago When Even Horror Fails  Open2 days ago Another massacre in my city  Daily Times4 days ago Bergen: Pakistan's 9/11  Channel40005 days ago

State of Delusion

Pakistani paramilitary soldiers at the Wagah border a day after a suicide bombing on November 3, Courtesy: AFPT he murder by the Taliban of more than 130 schoolchildren in Peshawar on December 16 has stunned Pakistan, and indeed the world. But the ...
 Hudson Institute2 days ago

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Lakhvi even fathered a child while confined on terror charges at Rawalpindi's high-security Adiala jail. This information was given to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) by co-accused Abu Jundal, who was packed off to Saudi Arabia by his ...
 NewsHub South Africa3 days ago
Hindustan Times

2611 accused Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi led charmed life in jail fathered a child

Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, granted bail by a Pakistani court on Thursday, led a charmed life in jail despite being a top member of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT). Second only to Hafiz Saeed in the Lashkar hierarchy, Lakhvi was treated like a state guest and ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago Mumbai terror attack suspect granted bail in Pakistan  Dhaka Tribune3 days ago 26/11 accused Lakhvi granted bail in Pak  Hindustan Times3 days ago Pakistan using terror proxies against India, US says  Times of India1 month ago
CNN

Pakistan's 9/11

Editor's note: Peter Bergen is CNN's national security analyst, a vice president at New America and professor of practice at Arizona State University. He is the author of "Manhunt: The Ten-Year Search for bin Laden -- From 9/11 to Abbottabad." ...
 CNN4 days ago School shooting 'Pakistan's 9/11'  CNN4 days ago Bergen: A sea change in Pakistan  CNN5 days ago Pakistan's 9/11 (Opinion)  CNN5 days ago
Reuters

Will Pakistan's grief force it to cut ties with Islamic militants?

Pakistan's army knew it would pay a price when it launched an offensive in the mountains of North Waziristan. But even in their worst imaginings, few officers could have foreseen the way revenge would be served: an attack on an Army-run school that ...
 Reuters4 days ago The US's Af-Pak Policy: Fool Me Twice?  Pakistan Link1 week ago The Af-Pak strategy is alive and kicking  Daily Times1 week ago Al Qaeda 'retreating' in Pakistan  Deutsche Welle1 week ago
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