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Ghosts running smear campaign against Kayani

ISLAMABAD: Former Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani has recently been the victim of vicious vilification campaign but there is no clue as to who was behind this and what was the real motive to target him, said a news report. ... The Gulf Today, 1 month ago
Indian Express

India and the hidden hand

Implosion of NSA-level talks underlines that Delhi needs to find language to speak to Pak generals. It won't be easy. It makes sense, now, for the Pakistan army to test Modi's resolve. It will, more likely than not, escalate tensions on the LoC ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Indian Express

Under the rule of the army

Pakistan government's room for manoeuvre is clearly limited by the irresistible rise of the army. When Nawaz Sharif became PM two years ago, the army — including Ashfaq Kayani, the about-to-retire army chief — seemed, for a time, to be on the ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

Another MI-17 crash raises questions

ISLAMABAD - A second MI-17 military helicopter crash in the last three months has raised many eyebrows and exposed the fragile strategic partnership Pakistan had with the West in the war against terror since 9/11. The feelings are growing in ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

The good and bad Taliban

Abbas Nasir Even by Pakistan's standards, Wednesday was an explosive news day. What started as mere murmurings a few days ago about Taliban leader Mullah Omar's death, was confirmed on Wednesday when the Afghan government went on record to say the ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
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Pak's Continuing War against Indian Civilisation

Over thirteen centuries ago, in 712 CE, an external force made an incursion into Indian civilisation. For the next thousand years, Indian people accommodated it in different ways. In 1947, they came to believe they could buy permanent peace with it ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Why Pakistani Islamist Malik Ishaq became an 'obstacle'

Malik Ishaq, former head of Pakistan's banned militant Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) group, and his thirteen associates were killed by police on July 29 after the convoy carrying the sectarian leader came under fire from armed gunmen. The former leader ...
 Deutsche Welle1 month ago
JPMA

Malignant head and neck tumours in Radiology Department JPMC Karachi - a tertiary care experience

Shazia Kadri, Sami Uddin, Naveed Ahmed, Tariq Mahmood ( Department of Radiology, Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center, Karachi. ) Abstract Objective: To study age, gender and sites of malignant head and neck tumours on contrast-enhanced ...
 JPMA1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Deconstructing the myth of Zardari

Wide-eyed apprec­iation of Zardar­i's Houdin­i acts blinds us to the monume­ntal unrave­lling of govern­ance during his term The writer works in the corporate sector and is a graduate of the University of Warwick, UK He could ride ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

With China, for China

The Sino-Pak axis has matured. The decades old 'Cheen-Pak Bhai Bhai' narrative is fast moving beyond pan-Karakoram fraternal rhetoric complemented by scenically exotic highways, shared rocket designs and muted nuclear deals to morph into optically ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago
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