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Kayani asked Obama to announce Osama's killing: Panetta

Ashfaq Parvez Kayani asked Barack Obama to announce Osama's ki...

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 ... Financial Express, 2 weeks ago

Careful mentioning the army

Lest you have to eat your words If Gen Kayani is (rightly) credited with restoring civil-military balance after the eventful Musharraf years the present chief, Gen Raheel Sharif, must be respected as the soldier who strengthened political ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago

Man behind 35 punctures, Kayani Rigging allegations exposed

ISLAMABAD: The man behind the 35 punctures and Gen Kayani's involvement in election rigging stories has been exposed, a local TV reported. The report said that Dr Aijaz Hussain was the man behind Inqilab March's script. Dr Aijaz served the Punjab ...
 The News Tribe1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Hunt for new spymaster begins

Top five army generals, including ISI DG Zaheerul Islam, set to retire next month Lt Gen Nasir Khan Janjua, Lt Gen Naveed Zaman, Lt Gen Javed Iqbal probable candidates for ISI DG post All eyes are on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Chief ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago General Janjua may be next ISI DG  The Nation Pakistan2 months ago

Military Reshuffle In Pakistan: Is Army Chief Firming Up Control? Analysis

By IPCS By Rana Banerji On September 22, Gen Raheel Sharif announced the much awaited re-shuffle of three-star Generals in the Pakistan Army, promoting six Major Generals. They will replace five retiring Lieutenants General, including ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago
Eurasia Review

In Bitter Battle Of Sharifs, India Must Remain On Guard

By ByLt Gen Kamal Davar (retd) Eternally restive, neighbouring Pakistan's tryst with democracy appears ill-fated. At times the blighted nation takes a welcome step forward in its democratic struggles and, soon thereafter, two backwards! ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago

Prosecution kept witnesses away on purpose: Musharraf's lawyer

ISLAMABAD: Former president Pervez Musharraf's defence counsel argued on Wednesday that the prosecution had deliberately not put the governor of Sindh, a former Punjab governor and any former military official on the stand because their evidence ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago

Dealing with Pakistan’s perpetual peace-breaking

BSF jawans on patrol along the India-Pakistan border. — PTI For the second time in 2014 following the Bharatiya Janata Party government assuming charge, Pakistani forces went hyper firing and shelling for at least 9 days in October across the International ...
 Asian Age1 week ago
American Enterprise Institute

Flashback: A child soldier in the war for Pakistan

It's not every day that Barack Obama and Ban Ki-moon agree with the head of the Islamist group Jamaat-e-Islami or an America-bashing Pakistani politician. But Tuesday's Taliban attack on 14-year-old activist Malala Yousafzai in Pakistan's Swat ...
 American Enterprise Institute2 weeks ago

US has Pakistan fatigue

Washington, Oct 9 :The heating of the India-Pakistan Line of Control with increased firing and targeting of civilians, in which 10 people have died, has caused concern in Washington with US officials privately and publicly stressing restraint on ...
 Topnews.in2 weeks ago
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