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Pakistan exporting terror through the border with Iran
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Pakistani forces kill 52 terrorists in tribal region

Pakistani forces have killed 52 terrorists and wounded 31 others in an offensive in a mountainous region in the Khyber tribal region, the military said on Monday.The forces had launched the major ground and air offensive in Rajgal valley in Khyber in ... Prokerala, 1 month ago

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Kirtland Air Force Base, 8 months ago
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An epitome of military leadership

Arjan Singh, the Marshal of the Indian Air Force, was a fearless and exceptional pilot and remained a source of inspiration to all personnel of the Armed Forces through the years. IMAGE: Arjan Singh is the only officer to attain the highest post of Marshal, the Air Force equivalent to the army’s five star field marshal. Photograph: PTI Photo Marshal of the Indian Air Force Arjan Singh, an icon of India’s military history, will always be remembered as a war hero who had ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago 'When we fight a war we forget the danger'  Rediff.com4 days ago Rs. 2.7 cr-worth loans disbursed to air warriors through 'Arjan Singh Trust': Air Chief Marshal Dhanoa  catchnews.com3 days ago
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Kargil Vijay Diwas: During war, IAF pilot aimed at pak base with Nawaz Sharif, Pervez Musharraf

During the height of the Kargil crisis in 1999, an Indian Air Force fighter pilot mistakenly put a Pakistani military base in its sights and was ready to bomb it, but was pulled back by his superiors, ex-senior officials of the IAF said today. The June 24, ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago PM Modi hails India's military prowess on Kargil Vijay Diwas  Rediff.com1 month ago Air force pilot nearly took out Pak base that had Nawaz Sharif, Pervez Musharraf during Kargil crisis  DNA1 month ago India looks for cutting edge weaponry  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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Did Mossad kill Zia?

29 years ago this fortnight, Pakistan's dictator -- the general who made jihad an integral part of Pakistani State policy -- died in a mysterious air crash.Did the KGB, the then USSR's dreaded espionage agency, assassinate Zia-ul Haq?Was India's RA&W responsible for blowing Zia's military aircraft out of the skies?Was it Zia's many enemies in Pakistan's military?Was it a case of exploding mangoes as Mohammad Hanif speculated in his fascinating novel about Zia's death?Or was the assassin ...
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Pakistan National Assembly condemns Trump's "hostile" comments

By Saad Sayeed ISLAMABAD, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Pakistan's National Assemblypassed a resolution on Wednesday condemning U.S. PresidentDonald Trump's accusations that Islamabad was prolonging the warin Afghanistan, denouncing them as "hostile" and "threatening".
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Pak PM blames India in I-Day address for impasse in ties

Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday blamed India for the impasse in bilateral ties, saying New Delhi’s “expansionist designs” was the “main hurdle” in constructive relations between the two neighbours. IMAGE: Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said Pakistan “desires positive and constructive” relations with all countries based on sovereign equality. Photograph: Caren ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Pak Senator stresses on improving ties with India amid soaring tensions  Sify1 month ago

Pakistan's 'Mother Teresa' Dr Ruth Pfau laid to rest in Karachi

[Pakistan], August 19 (ANI) : Pakistan's 'Mother Teresa' Dr Ruth Pfau,the founder of Marie Adelaide Leprosy Center (MALC), was laid to rest in Gora Qabaristan following a state funeral, held on Saturday amid high security. "The entire nation is indebted to ...
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Why US won't declare Pak a 'terrorist State'

'Can the US be persuaded to embark on a path of calibrated and stronger sanctions on Pakistan?''India will have to realistically base its strategy on getting the US to reduce/end its financial aid and supply of military equipment to Pakistan,' says Ambassador G Parthasarathy, former high commissioner to Pakistan. When 250 Indians perished in the bomb blasts that rocked Mumbai in March 1993, it soon became clear that the entire episode had been executed by Dawood Ibrahim's notorious 'D ...
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Political uncertainty in Pak will help its military: Experts

Political uncertainty in Pakistan triggered by the ouster of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will be advantageous to its military which may now back terrorism against India more aggressively, foreign policy experts said today. They also felt that the prospect of ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Pak not supporting US against Taliban, other terror outfits, says U.S. defence expert

[USA], July 29 (ANI): Pakistan is responsible for the turmoil in Afghanistan and is not helping the United States at all in countering the threat of the Taliban, said a retired U.S. Air Force officer and defence expert. In an interview given to Fox News on a ...
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