MIRAMSHAH: Hafiz Gul Bahadur, a Taliban leader based in North Waziristan Agency, has distanced himself from peace talks between the government and the outlawed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). His spokesman Ahmadullah Ahmadi said in a statement ... DAWN Group, 1 month ago
TTP wants free peace zone for talks - DAWN Group, 1 month ago
Taliban-Pakistan Talks: What May Go Wrong - IslamOnline NET, 1 month ago
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PESHAWAR Disassociating himself and his group from recent ceasefire and dialogue between the government and banned terrorist outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, militant commander Hafiz Gul Bahadur has said that his group is not part of this ...Pakistan Today, 1 month ago
Govt should convince Taliban on benefits of polio vaccinations, health official says. Govt should convince Taliban on benefits of polio vaccinations, health official says. PHOTO: AFP PESHAWAR: The inability to vaccinate ...The Express Tribune, 2 days ago
It's springtime in Sadat Ullah Dawar's beautiful village of Issori. The hills in front of his mud house rise from among the lush green fields, which are covered with blue colour flowers, Sparlah, bathing the valley with their scent. In the backdrop ...DAWN Group, 3 days ago
US drones or jets have killed an Australian and a dual national Australia-New Zealand citizens (Photo: US Air Force photo/Tech Sgt Efren Lopez) The governments of Australia and New Zealand have confirmed the deaths of two men in a US strike in ...Common Dreams, 6 days ago US strike kills Australian and New Zealander in Yemen TBIJ, 6 days ago
The collusion between the Pakistan military and the Taliban is so strong that the military does not want to hold an operation in North Waziristan If anything flagrant is to be noticed in North Waziristan, it is the lack of seriousness and the ...Scoop, 1 week ago The military-Muslim League spat Daily Times, 1 week ago A Faux Ceasefire Pakistan Link, 1 month ago
- Some of the reasons that have given rise to religious extremism in Pakistan are as follows: Early demise of Quaid-e-Azam resulted in leadership crisis, which persists to this day. Uneven development of provinces and growth of regionalism gave rise ...Pakistan Observer, 2 weeks ago Why Talibanization grew in Pakistan? Frontier Post, 2 weeks ago
The report published lately in The New York Times has sent tremulous tocsin in Pakistan disturbing many a policy maker in the realm. The Pakistani military along with the ones at political offices rebuts the report written by the dexterous hands of ...Frontier Post, 2 weeks ago Negating TTP's version Pakistan Observer, 3 weeks ago
ISLAMABAD Terrorist outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) wants a permanent ceasefire that would end their decade-long conflict with the government, a TTP negotiating team member said on Saturday, as Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan ...Pakistan Today, 1 month ago NATIONAL - Taliban want permanent ceasefire with government The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago Pakistan Taliban want permanent ceasefire with government Online News Pakistan, 1 month ago Taliban Under Pressure Calls for Ceasefire The Guardian Express, 1 month ago
PESHAWAR - Three people including a child were killed when a rocket fired by miscreants from an unknown location hit a vehicle in Miranshah area of North Waziristan Agency on Wednesday. Sources said two of the victims were believed to be militants ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago
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