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Pakistan knew bin Laden's whereabouts, claims former defence minister

Pakistan knew bin Laden's whereabouts, claims former defence m...

Pakistan's leaders knew about Osama bin Laden's presence in the country before he was killed by US Navy SEALs four years ago, their former defence minister has said. Chaudhry Ahmad Mukhtar told CNN-IBN that Pakistan's top military and civilian ..., 2 hours ago

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Rand, 3 months ago

Will Pakistan's army chief stay on?

'Already, there is talk of a possible extension for Raheel Sharif in the context of his perceived sterling, but incomplete work in the war against terror, as also the cleansing of crime and extortion networks in Karachi,' says Rana Banerji. IMAGE: 'A course mate of Raheel's deceased war-hero elder brother Shabbir Sharif, Musharraf has reason to be grateful to General Sharif for having conveyed to the political leadership the army's reservations against Musharraf being tried for treason.' ...
 Rediff.com4 hours ago

The canary and the deep State

'A close look at the time-lines tells you that exactly as the back-channel negotiations were in their most crucial stage, "somebody" was planning the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai,' says Shekhar Gupta. questioning Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri's account of a peace deal with India. IMAGE: Flames rise from the Taj Mahal hotel, early on November 27, 2008, after the terrorists attacked the iconic Mumbai hotel. What's with top diplomats and birds? Sort of halfway through former Pakistani foreign minister ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
Pakistan Today

Leading by example

What General Sharif is doing is his job description The brazen attack by TTP militants on the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) camp at Badaber in the heart of Peshawar shows that despite claims to the contrary, the terrorists still have the ...
 Pakistan Today3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Hail the new Troika!

Sharif, Sharif and Khan togeth­er, and perhap­s inadve­rtentl­y, are carvin­g a new path for Pakist­an The writer is Executive Director News, Express News. He tweets @fahdhusain [emailprotected] It's official. Pakistan has a new ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
Indian Express

India and the hidden hand

Implosion of NSA-level talks underlines that Delhi needs to find language to speak to Pak generals. It won't be easy. It makes sense, now, for the Pakistan army to test Modi's resolve. It will, more likely than not, escalate tensions on the LoC ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Indian Express

Under the rule of the army

Pakistan government's room for manoeuvre is clearly limited by the irresistible rise of the army. When Nawaz Sharif became PM two years ago, the army — including Ashfaq Kayani, the about-to-retire army chief — seemed, for a time, to be on the ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

As Sartaj Aziz visits, what makes Pak confident?

Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz brings to New Delhi a newfound Pakistani confidence, stemming from its leverage in Afghanistan, says Ajai Shukla The mourners at the August 16 burial of former Inter-Services Intelligence chief, Lt Gen Hamid Gul, included Pakistan's current army chief General Raheel Sharif, and his predecessor, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani. Gul has always been influential within Pakistan's security establishment. If National Security ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Hamid Gul buried amid tears, tribute

ISLAMABAD - Former chief of the Inter-Services Intelligence Lt Gen (retd) Hamid Gul was laid to rest on Sunday. Gul died of brain haemorrhage late Saturday night due to low blood pressure in Murree. Funeral prayers of the late ex-spy master were ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Farewell: Hamid Gul laid to rest  The Express Tribune1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Another MI-17 crash raises questions

ISLAMABAD - A second MI-17 military helicopter crash in the last three months has raised many eyebrows and exposed the fragile strategic partnership Pakistan had with the West in the war against terror since 9/11. The feelings are growing in ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago
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