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Afghan army to receive training in Pakistan
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Cadets arrives for training

KABUL (Pajhwok): Six Afghan National Army cadets arrived in Islamabad to receive training at the Pakistan Military Academy, the Afghanistan ambassador to Pakistan twitted. Janan Mosazai confirmed that the six ANA cadets had arrived in Islamabad. The ... Frontier Post, 3 weeks ago
Cadets arrival heralds stronger Pak-Afghan ties The Express Tribune, 3 weeks ago
Afghan army to receive training in Pakistan Frontier Post, 4 weeks ago

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The Express Tribune

On Pakistan Day: Joint military parade to be held after 7-year gap

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif saluting the National Flag at Pakistan Military Academy Kakul. PHOTO: ISPR ISLAMABAD: After a seven-year gap, the government has decided to revive the joint military ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago Chief of the Defence Force visits Pakistan : Department of Defence  Australian Government2 weeks ago Political, military leadership on the same page: CoAS  Business Recorder1 month ago Pakistan desires peace with India: COAS  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

Defence boosts ties with Pakistan

Defence is seeking to further improve ties with the Pakistani military through joint training and exercises to counter insurgent roadside bombs. Defence force chief Air Chief Marshal Mark Binskin has concluded a two-day visit to Pakistan, where he ... weeks ago News Analysis: Afghan army cadets training in Pakistan to boost military ties  Xinhua News Agency3 weeks ago XINHUA - News Analysis: Afghan army cadets training in Pakistan to boost military ties  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago
Abu Dhabi National

Military Operation in Pakistan Will Last Until End of Year

17 de febrero de 2015, 00:01 Islamabad, Feb 17 (Prensa Latina) The military operation against the Taliban in Pakistan''s northwest will be completed towards the end of the year and will be followed by a reconstruction program in those territories ...
 Prensa Latina2 weeks ago Educational reforms need of the hour to counter Taliban challenge in Pakistan  Observer India4 weeks ago Afghanistan arrests 5 over Pakistan school attack  Abu Dhabi National1 month ago 07:56Five held over Pakistan massacre  Kerryman1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Pakistan Military Academy march past during change of guard ceremony at Mazar-e-Quaid

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 Financial Daily2 months ago Nation pays tribute to Quaid on his 138th birthday  Dunya News2 months ago Cadets of Pakistan Military Academy take over guard duties at Mazar-e-Quaid in Karachi.  Radio Pakistan2 months ago Nation celebrates Quaid's 138th birth anniversary  Pakistan Today2 months ago

Pakistan trains Afghan army cadets

Until recently, cooperation between the Afghan and Pakistani militaries had been limited Six Afghan army cadets have arrived for training in Pakistan, another sign of increased cooperation after years of distrust between the neighbouring countries. ...
 BBC4 weeks ago Manasi Pritam and Maihan Saeedi: India risks marginalization in Afghanistan  Nikkei Asian Review1 week ago In Major Policy Shift, Afghanistan Sends Army Cadets for Training in Pakistan  NDTV4 weeks ago Pakistan to Train Afghan Army Cadets  Tolo News3 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

Pakistan, India's backing for proxies in Afghanistan must stop: Musharraf

ISLAMABAD: Former military ruler Pervez Musharraf has called for an end to the backing of militant proxies in Afghanistan. In an interview with Guardian, Musharraf admitted that when he was in power, Pakistan sought to undermine the government of ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago Musharraf For End Of Afghan 'Proxies' weeks ago ISI-RAW fighting since independence must stop now: Musharraf  The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago Mush lifts lid on Pak-India proxies in Afghanistan  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

Tragedies Mark 2014: A Timeline

The year 2014 drew to a close with twin tragedies. A suicide attack at an Army-run school in Pakistan by Taliban militants claimed the lives of over 140 people, mostly children. An Air Asia flight carrying 162 people was recovered in the Java Sea ...
 Outlook India2 months ago Amir to help Pakistani boxers win medals  The Nation Pakistan2 months ago Amir Khan to set up boxing academy  Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago Khan visits Peshawar school  Sky Sports2 months ago
Deutsche Welle

Pakistan trains Afghan soldiers: Enough to build trust?

For years, the Afghan government has accused Islamabad of harboring, nurturing and aiding Taliban militants to fuel insurgency on its soil. Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai had categorically blamed the Pakistani military and its spy ...
 Deutsche Welle3 weeks ago

Pakistan hails Afghan gov't decision to send army cadets for training

Pakistan on Friday welcomed Afghan government's decision to send army cadets for training in a country's superior military institution. Six Afghan National Army cadets arrived in Islamabad on Thursday to join Pakistan Military Academy (PMA) for ...
 China Economic Net3 weeks ago XINHUA - Pakistan hails Afghan gov't decision to send army cadets for training  Namibia Press Agency4 weeks ago
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