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COAS, ISI DG discuss security issues with PM
The Nation Pakistan

COAS, ISI DG discuss security issues with PM

ISLAMABAD - Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Director General Lt-Gen Zaheerul Islam on Tuesday discussed security-related issues with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Sources in Prime Minister's House ... The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago
Army chief, spymaster reach PM House Frontier Post, 2 weeks ago
ceasefire extension likely The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago

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DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago
NDTV, 3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Missing person case: IHC withdraws summons against spymaster

Court learns missin­g person Muhamm­ad Arif was involv­ed in high-profil­e cases. ISI chief Zaheerul Islam. PHOTO: FILE ISLAMABAD: After going through the Inter-Services Intelligence's (ISI) confidential report on a missing person, ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Pak court summons ISI chief in missing person case  Business Standard3 weeks ago Missing persons case: ISI chief ordered to appear in court  The Express Tribune3 weeks ago Pakistan court summons ISI chief Zaheerul Islam in missing person case  NDTV3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Pak army chief asks govt to let Musharraf travel abroad: Report

Posted On Thursday, April 03, 2014 at 07:25:38 AM Islamabad: Pakistani Army chief Gen Raheel Sharif has reportedly advised the civilian government to allow former military ruler Pervez Musharraf, indicted for treason, to travel abroad for ...
 Pune Mirror2 weeks ago Pakistan: Pervez Musharraf survives assassination bid in Islamabad  Indian Express2 weeks ago Pakistan army, govt mull easing up on Musharraf  Domain-B2 weeks ago Musharraf's exit :Pakistan PM Nawaz to decide today  Samaylive2 weeks ago
DAWN Group

IHC exempts DG ISI from attendance

Missing person not in our custody: Gen Islam ISLAMABAD: Islamabad High Court (IHC) has granted exemption to DG ISI from attending the court in missing person case besides withdrawing its February 28 notice. IHC bench comprising Justice Riaz ...
 Financial Daily1 week ago Spy agency DG fails to appear in court  DAWN Group2 weeks ago DG ISI's no-show in missing person case  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago IHC issues summons to ISI DG = Missing person case  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago

Islamabad blasts challenged national security policy

Zaheerul Hassan wo Suicide bombers and four others terrorists hit the capital just after the announcement of ceasefire by TTP. The terrorists started the attack at 09:15 am and kept on playing with the lives of innocent people for about 40 minutes ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago
The Express Tribune

NSC gives nod to continue Taliban talks Tension in civil-military relations discussed

ISLAMABAD: The Cabinet Committee on National Security (CCNS) on Thursday rejecting Taliban 's blames over ceasefire violation by government side reiterated government 's resolve to continue go forward with peace efforts along with improve the ...
 Frontier Post11 hours ago Civil, military leaderships sit today to narrow down differences  Pakistan Observer1 day ago Govt in touch with Taliban secretly  Pakistan Observer1 week ago Top leadership discusses talks with Taliban  Pakistan Observer1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

On talks, govt goes round in circles

ISLAMABAD The Cabinet Committee on National Security vowed to take all appropriate measures to improve internal security, which is vital for the economic and social development of the country, and decided to carry forward the strategy of engaging ...
 The Nation Pakistan14 hours ago PM calls cabinet meeting today  Online News Pakistan19 hours ago PM Nawaz calls cabinet meeting to discuss national security situation  The News Tribe1 day ago Security committee meeting underway at PM House  DAWN Group1 day ago
The Express Tribune

Govt decides to go slow on Taliban peace dialogue

ISLAMABAD: In response to the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan's (TTP) decision not to extend the ceasefire, the government has decided to slow down the dialogue process and adopt the wait and see policy, Daily Times learnt on Thursday. This development ...
 Daily Times15 hours ago Govt decides to 'go slow' on Taliban peace dialo ...  PakTribune.com9 hours ago Taliban extend ceasefire by six days  The Express Tribune1 week ago

National security meeting gets underway

MONITORING DESK ISLAMABAD: A high level meeting to discuss national security issues, headed by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is currently underway at the PM House, Local TV reported on Thursday. The meeting will review the dialogue process with the ...
 Frontier Post1 day ago Next steps for process of dialogue with Taliban discussed  DAWN Group1 week ago Security to be reinforced with NID, Rapid Force  Pakistan Observer1 month ago
Daily Times

End of ceasefire: top brass meets today

ISLAMABAD: The top government functionaries are to meet today (Thursday) in the backdrop of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan's refusal to extend the ceasefire with the government. Sensing the gravity of the situation, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has ...
 Daily Times1 day ago Pak govt negotiators meet Taliban; ceasefire to continue  The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago Pak govt negotiators begin peace talks with Taliban  Deepika Global3 weeks ago Pakistan govt negotiators begin peace talks with Taliban  ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago
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