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Parrrikar's terror for terror remark stuns Pakistan

Pakistan army to provide security to visiting Chinese president

An official said a comprehensive security plan has been prepared to provide fool-proof security to the visiting dignitary who had previously cancelled his visit due to security concern in September last year. A fleet of eight JF-17 Thunder fighter jets will ... Jagran Post, 1 month ago

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Raheel Sharif Congratulates Shahid Afridi

LAHORE The Chief of Army Staff, General Raheel Sharif, made a call to Pakistan T-20 captain, Shahid Afridi, on Sunday, to congratulate him on stunning victories achieved against Bangladesh. General Raheel Sharif wished congratulations to Shahid ...
 The News Tribe2 days ago Army chief congratulates teen for Asian athletic gold  Frontier Post4 hours ago

Manohar Parrikar's terrorist comment: A case of talent shortage in the government?

We'll buy nuclear bombs from corrupt elements in the Pakistani army , says the Islamic State. Pure bluster -so judge sensible people. But a niggling doubt remains, about the institutional integrity of Pakistani arrangements for the safekeeping of ...
 Economic Times15 hours ago
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Pakistan army says agreement reached with Afghanistan to share intelligence

The spy agencies of Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to share intelligence and carry out "co-ordinated intelligence operations" against militants operating along their porous border, in the latest sign of improved relations following years of ...
 Yahoo! Canada1 week ago ISI phobia in Afghanistan  Daily Times1 day ago Who's afraid of Afghan Ghani's Pakistan pact?  Asia Times Online3 days ago Afghan Intelligence Deal With Pakistan Sparks Uproar  Radio Free Europe1 week ago

Musharraf's Kargil fixation

Farooq Ganderbali Fifteen years after what many in his own country call it a grand misadventure, a former Pakistani army chief, who had usurped power from an elected government in a coup continues to be fixated with Kargil (Jammu and Kashmir). He ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 hours ago Kargil war hero Saurav Kalia's father reacts on Parvez musharraf statement  Times of India5 days ago Pakistani Got Successful Cardio-Surgery In India  NewsR.in1 week ago Former Pakistan President Gen Pervez Musharraf plays kargil card again  Economic Times1 week ago
Indian Express

One year of Modi Government: Us versus them

Modi and Obama announced a joint vision of the future. On the other screen was Pakistan's chief of army staff, General Raheel Sharif, meeting in Beijing with Chinese leaders. They announced that their alliance was all-weather, deeper than the ocean ...
 Indian Express2 days ago One year after Modi, U.S.-India and China-Pakistan ties deepen  Brookings Institution1 day ago Fight Taliban to return home: Pakistan tells displaced fellowmen  Gulf Time UAE2 days ago Pakistan In China's One Belt, One Road Initiative Analysis  Eurasia Review1 week ago

Kargil Gave Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf a 'Bloody Nose': Minister Rao Inderjit Singh

udiated former Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf's comment that the Pakistani Army had "caught India by the throat" in the Kargil war. The 1999 war has given him a "bloody nose", Mr Singh said. "Musharrraf has no position (in Pakistan) as of today.
 NDTV1 week ago Kargil gave Musharraf a 'bloody nose': Rao Inderjit Singh  Zee News1 week ago Kargil gave Musharraf a 'bloody nose': Rao Inderjit Singh  Deccan Herald1 week ago Kargil gave Musharraf a 'blood...  The Echo Of India1 week ago
Islam Times

Pakistan airstrikes kill 13 militants in tribal region, says army

Pakistan's military says its jets have carried out airstrikes against five militant hideouts in a tribal region bordering Afghanistan, killing 13 militants. In a statement, the military said the strikes were carried out Wednesday near the Datta ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago 13 militants killed in Pakistani army airstrikes  Islam Times1 week ago Pak army claims killing 13 militants in aerial blitz  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Pakistan's Air strikes kill 13 militants in North Waziristan  NigerianHerald.com1 week ago

Pakistani brigadier who died in Britain named as the US informant behind Laden's killing

A Pakistani army brigadier who has lived in Britain since 1979 but died of cancer last year has been named as the informant whose tip-off led to the killing of the world's most wanted man — Osama Bin Laden in 2011.
 Times of India1 week ago

Hafiz Saeed: Pakistan government, Army back my jihad in Jammu and Kashmir

“I say what our army will do to secure the right of Kashmiris is jihad....We extend help to Kashmiris alongside the Pakistani government....we call this jihad,“ Saeed said. ISLAMABAD: Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief and Mumbai attack architect Hafiz Saeed ...
 Economic Times1 month ago We support Pak army's 'jihad' in Kashmir: Saeed  Economic Times1 month ago We support Pakistan army's 'jihad' in Kashmir: Hafiz Saeed  Economic Times1 month ago Hafeez Saeed admits Pak army hand-in-glove with JuD in waging jihad in Kashmir  Sify1 month ago
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