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Kayani was reluctant to launch op

ISLAMABAD - Former ISPR DG Maj Gen (r) Athar Abbas has disclosed that the army was on the brink of launching a military offensive in North Waziristan three years ago, but the then army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani was reluctant to do so. In an ... The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago
Zarb-e-Azb: Omission to commission Pakistan Observer, 2 weeks ago
NATIONAL - A general state of dysfunction The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago

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Kayani was reluctant to launch operation

- Islamabad—A former Pakistan Army spokesperson has revealed that former army chief Gen (retd) Ashfaq Pervez Kayani was reluctant to launch a major military offensive against Taliban militants in North Waziristan despite the military leadership's ...
 Pakistan Observer3 weeks ago Nisar cautions ex-officials to be careful in issuing statements  Frontier Post3 weeks ago Zardari assured US, UK of Musharraf's immunity  Qatar Peninsula1 week ago Fmr Pakistan Army chief Kayani stalled military operation in N Waziristan in 2011  National Turk3 weeks ago
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Gen Kayani's vacillations delayed NWA operation: Abbas

ISLAMABAD: Former DG Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), Maj Gen (retd) Athar Abbas said the decision to launch a full scale operation against terrorists in North Waziristan had been taken by the military leadership three years ago. However, ...
 Frontier Post3 weeks ago
Daily Messenger

MQM HOLDS MAMMOTH PUBLIC MEETING, IFTAR Nation stands with Pak Army: MQM Chief Altaf says Gen Kayani also be jailed for abetting in aborting constitution

KARACHI, Jul 6: Muttahida Qaumi Movement Chief Altaf Hussain on Sunday extended his unconditional support to Pakistan Army troops fighting militancy in North Waziristan and said that the entire nation stands behind the army in rooting out terrorism.
 Daily Messenger2 weeks ago Fight against terrorism: The nation stands behind army says Altaf  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Rally proves nation's all out support to Pak army: Altaf Hussain  Frontier Post2 weeks ago

Musharraf's lawyers sketch out 2007 emergency 'abettors' list

Former President of Pakistan retired Gen Pervez Musharraf's legal team drew up a list of eight meetings that he held with political and military leaders prior to imposing emergency and the sacking of Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, the then chief ...
 NewKerala.com3 weeks ago 2007 emergency: Musharraf's lawyers list those who abetted it  TruthDive3 weeks ago Musharraf's papers on emergency presented  The Gulf Today3 weeks ago
South Asian News Agency

Special Court summons prosecution witnesses in high treason case against Musharraf

South Asian News Agency (SANA) ⋅ ISLAMABAD, (SANA): The Special Court constituted to try ex-military ruler gen. retired Pervaiz Musharraf in high treason case has summoned four more prosecution witnesses for recording their statements today ...
 South Asian News Agency3 weeks ago Pervez wants Kayani to be tried for high treason  Asian Age1 month ago Court summons necessary papers in Mush case  The Nation Pakistan2 months ago Musharraf urges special court to reframe charges  The Nation Pakistan2 months ago
The Freepress Journal

Ahead of Sharif's trip, his brother briefs army chief

LAHORE: Nawaz Sharif's younger brother Shahbaz has taken Pakistan army chief Gen Raheel Sharif into confidence about the premier's decision to accept India's invitation to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister-elect Narendra Modi. ...
 Times of India2 months ago Shahbaz Sharif briefs Army Chief on Nawaz's India visit  The Week2 months ago

Pak army chief: Kashmir is our 'jugular vein'

Pakistan's powerful Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif has described Kashmir as the "jugular vein" of his country, saying the issue should be resolved in accordance with the wishes of Kashmiris and in line with UNSC resolutions for lasting peace in the region. Addressing a ceremony to mark the Martyrs' Day at army headquarters in Rawalpindi, Sharif on Wednesday claimed Kashmir was an internationally recognised dispute. "Matchless sacrifices offered by Kashmiris will not go in vain," he said. Gen ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Pakistan Army Chief calls Kashmir as ?jugular vein of Pakistan?  Jagran Post2 months ago Gen Raheel Sharif calls Kashmir as "jugular vein of Pakistan"  Deccan Herald2 months ago Gen Raheel Sharif calls Kashmir ?jugular vein' of Pakistan  Jagran Post2 months ago

The plot thickens: Aide confirms understanding on Musharraf sendoff

Maj-Gen (retd) Rashid Quresh­i says PML-N didn't honour commit­ment. A file photo of former president Pervez Musharraf. PHOTO: REUTERS ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gilani's recent disclosure of a ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

A breather for Musharraf

Or not? Finally the Sindh High Court grants Gen Musharraf a breather. But, of course, there's a caveat, and it is completely up to the government to spoil proceedings and approach the Supreme Court, so the coming fortnight will tell a lot.
 Pakistan Today1 month ago
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