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Beg doubts Qadri will succeed in his plan
The Nation Pakistan

Gen Raheel foiled anti-democracy conspiracy, claims Beg

ISLAMABAD - Former army chief general (retd) Mirza Aslam Beg has claimed that PTI Chairman Imran Khan and PAT chief Dr Tahirul Qadri conspired with the US to create chaos in the country and pave way for military coup, however, Chief of the Army ... The Nation Pakistan, 1 day ago
Beg doubts Qadri will succeed in his plan The Nation Pakistan, 2 months ago

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Pakistan Today, 2 weeks ago

Going Nuclear: A request from Iran (Pt. 19)

It was in 1987 that Pakistani Gen. Mirza Aslam Beg, former chief of army staff who is said to have been deeply involved in the nuclear black market, met with Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan who led the market, for the first time. After he was promoted to ...
 Mainichi Daily News3 weeks ago Going Nuclear: Pakistan's former chief of staff ambitious about nuclear deal (Pt. 2)  Mainichi Daily News1 month ago Pakistan and the US allies or enemies?  The Sun Daily1 month ago

Long March politics

BY GEN (R) MIRZA ASLAM BEG In Pakistan, the phenomenon of long march politics has been witnessed during the regimes of elected governments since 1990. These have basically been exercised to bring about regime change, with the help of the army.
 World Tribune Pakistan1 month ago

Going Nuclear: Holding Iran in check (Pt. 32)

"The government of Iran, month after month, has proven that it has an ugly agenda in the region, and in this regard, no one in the region will sleep and assume things are going smoothly," Abudullah al-Askar told a local newspaper. Al-Askar, ...
 Mainichi Daily News5 days ago

Going Nuclear: Close shave with a nuclear threat (Pt. 28)

file photo, in Taiwan. (Mainichi) After Pakistan had acquired nuclear weapons, a crisis emerged that nearly saw them being used. "It was a one-way mission, a hara-kiri mission," recalled 83-year-old retired Pakistan Gen. Mirza Aslam Beg, as he ...
 Mainichi Daily News1 week ago Going Nuclear: A 100-million-dollar deal with Libya (Pt. 23)  Mainichi Daily News2 weeks ago

On the streets of Islamabad

Events were hurtling yet again towards proof that democratic politics in Pakistan is its own worst enemy. For roughly a fortnight, as former cricketing icon Imran Khan and the expatriate religious entrepreneur Tahirul Qadri (referred to in media ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago
Pakistan Observer

Grand Mehndi of the year

- MARK Twain's famous quote that East and West shall never meet, has been proven wrong with the time, the latest being the Mendhi ceremony of Mirza Ikhtiar Beg's daughter Anum last week in Karachi It was a grand night of festivities, eastern and ...
 Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

With one voice: Speakers call for end to Gaza siege

Say intern­ationa­l organi­sation­s failin­g to protec­t Palest­inian lives. Speakers denounced the double standards of the West with regards to the Israeli aggression in Gaza. PHOTO: INP ISLAMABAD: Speakers, ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Government halts probe into Asghar Khan case

ISLAMABAD: The probe into the Asghar Khan case by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), ordered by the Supreme Court (SC), has been halted by the present government, said a news report. The move was aimed at saving the relations between the ...
 The Gulf Today2 months ago
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