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TTP goes cyber
The Nation Pakistan

TTP goes cyber

KARACHI - Outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban has launched its official website which denounce Pakistan Army, democracy and vows to continue Jihad till imposition of Sharia law in Pakistan. Followed by the negotiations between the government of Pakistan and ... The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago

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Islamic Republic News Agency

Iran reacts to news on landing of American plane in Tehran

Azerbaijan ready to hold Joint Economic Commission with Iran- 1 hours ago Commander: Army to hold cyber drills this year- 4 hours ago India, Nepal and Bhutan agree on joint conservation efforts- 4 hours ago Zarif, Araqchi to attend Majlis ...
 Islamic Republic News Agency22 hours ago Commander: Army to hold cyber drills this year  Islamic Republic News Agency1 day ago

Pak finance minister, army chief agre...

Pakistan''s Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif have agreed to increase the country''s defence budget from 15 to 20 percent for the coming fiscal year. According to Dawn News, Dar said defence was among the ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago Amid Tighter Budgets, U.S. Army Rebalancing and Refocusing  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago

Pak army will not be part o...

The Pakistan military will reportedly not join the new government peace committee, which is to be formed by the country's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, to facilitate direct talks with the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), officials said. Following ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago
Islamic Republic News Agency

Headlines in major Iranian newspapers on April 19

Pakistan Taliban warns ˈsome forces could target public placesˈ- 2 hours ago Kyrgyz Academicians: Iranian women enjoy exalted status- 2 hours ago Iran, Russia emphasize need to expand anti-narcotics cooperation- 4 hours ago Iran brands US ...
 Islamic Republic News Agency12 hours ago

Documentary reveals US Air Force unit recruits gamers to kill with drones in Pakistan

The documentary, which took three years to make, tells the stories of several former drone pilots who conducted CIA targeted killings in Pakistan's tribal areas. All of them are officers of the regular Air Force Unit and not the civilian ...
 Voice of Russia23 hours ago
Times of India

US tries candor to assure China on cyberattacks

WASHINGTON: In the months before US defense secretary Chuck Hagel's arrival in Beijing on Monday, the Obama administration quietly held an extraordinary briefing for the Chinese military leadership on a subject officials have rarely discussed in ...
 Times of India1 week ago Hagel Urges Less Money for U.S. Army, More for Special Forces  Inter Press Service1 month ago Hagel to tour Chinese aircraft carrier — TRADOC's new leaders promise creative thinking — Afghan elections  Politico1 week ago

Syrian conflict: lessons from history

Saudi Arabia has provided $ 1.5 billion to the government of Pakistan. Apprehensions and misgivings are widespread over the ulterior motives behind this big sum of money. The Prime Minister (PM) of Pakistan and the finance minister have stated to ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Internet Republic of Pakistan under threat

Govt should­n't infrin­ge on privac­y for intern­et users via electr­onic survei­llance just to catch a few villai­ns. The writer is an adjunct professor at the Howard University School of Law and holds a Juris Doctorate and LLM ...
 The Express Tribune1 day ago Only 22 per cent Pakistanis support freedom on the internet  Indian Television3 weeks ago Pakistani's aren't too keen on censorship-free internet  TMC Net3 weeks ago Pakistanis aren't too keen on censorship-free internet  TMC Net3 weeks ago

View from abroad: Cyber- jihad and espionage

From its earliest days, the internet was conceived as an open, anarchic space where no government could censor content or spy on traffic. That was then: now welcome to the world of cyber-espionage. States have been acutely conscious of the vast ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago
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