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When the nation stood as one: Pages from a Indo-Pak war journal
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When the nation stood as one: Pages from a Indo-Pak war journal

Artillery guns in action in Uri, Poonch sector. All photographs: Sainik Samachar Fifty years ago, India and Pakistan fought a short but bloody war. The author finds out how Sainik Samachar, the defence ministry's journal, reported it “Pak troops on the run.” “Fleeing raiders exterminated.” “Pakistani soldiers utterly demoralised.” The headlines in Sainik Samachar left nothing to the imagination. As India waged a furious battle on its western front, ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Eurasia Review

India, Pakistan border shelling days after PMs meet

(MENAFN - The Journal Of Turkish Weekly) Only days after a rare meeting between India and Pakistan's prime ministers, the two countries have exchanged fire across part of the de-facto border in Indian-held Kashmir. "A 42-year-old woman was killed ...
 MENAFN1 month ago Pakistan claims Indian spy plane shot down  MENAFN1 month ago Pakistan Army Claims To Shoot Down Indian Drone In Kashmir  Eurasia Review1 month ago SKChadha Sir, probably, it is owned by Pakistan's National Highway Authority? Watch it: http://live.indiatimes.com/default.cms-timesnow=1#top  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
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DAWN Group

Floods kill 30 in Pakistan

(MENAFN - The Journal Of Turkish Weekly) Raging floods have killed 30 people in northwest Pakistan in the last six days as weather experts have issued a fresh warning for severe rains on Sunday, officials and local media said on Saturday. Rescue ...
 MENAFN1 month ago 300,000 affected by Pakistan floods  MENAFN1 month ago The battling brothers of the Baluchistan movement  MENAFN1 month ago Heatwaves: What Pakistan can learn from developed economies  DAWN Group2 months ago

Pakistan's most famous TV journalist lives like a fugitive on the run

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — The most famous television journalist in Pakistan lives like a fugitive. Hamid Mir tells no one where he is going, how he will get there or where he will spend the night. At Mir's office, his curtains are always drawn. He ...
 MSN News US1 month ago Pakistan: Military ties with Russia strengthen  Observer India1 month ago What Modi Has Not Recognised About Pakistan  Kashmir Observer2 months ago Pakistan's Ambivalence In Yemen Analysis  Eurasia Review2 months ago
Financial Express Bangladesh

In remembrance of Atiqul Alam: A great journalist of our time

I came into contact with Atiqul Alam while I was serving News section of Radio Pakistan as Assistant News Editor in Chittagong following being selected by Central Public Service Commission of Pakistan in 1963. I joined in December of 1963. Atiqul ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh4 weeks ago
Deutsche Welle

Why neither India nor Pakistan won the 1965 war

India will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its 1965 war with Pakistan from August 28 to September 22. (Pictured above: Indian soldiers patrol the Line of Control). A lot of nationalism will be on display, including a carnival. India and Pakistan ...
 Deutsche Welle2 days ago The war that helped India regain its military confidence  Rediff.com4 days ago
Pakistan Observer

Pakistan's progressive SC

- OVER the years, I have found the Supreme Court in Pakistan, a country under constant influence of military, is far more progressive than ours, although India has been functioning in a free, democratic environment. Not long ago, lawyers in Pakistan ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago Are MPs trustees of people?  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago Set Up Pay Panel for MPs Salaries  Navhind Times1 month ago
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Business Insider

What a Taliban in disarray could mean for Afghanistan and Pakistan

Wikipedia When his death did become public, there was no consensus in the Taliban about who should succeed the reclusive cleric, or what strategy it should now pursue. The new "emir" announced Friday, Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, is thought to have ...
 Business Insider3 weeks ago Afghanistan-Taliban peace talks in Pakistan yield optimism, and caution  Christian Science Monitor1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

No accountability for Indian Army in IHK

- The last time Ghulam Nabi Magray saw his teenage son Javaid, the 17-year-old was studying at their home in Srinagar in the Indian-administered Kashmir valley. It was evening more than 12 years ago. Mr. Magray came downstairs the next morning to ...
 Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago

All fired up

Field firing ranges are used by both the Army and Air Force for battle drills under live conditions, for testing the capacity of high-calibre weapons, artillery guns, mortars, anti-tank missiles and evaluating new equipment. There are a total of 66 ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago
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