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Kargil's shroud of truth and lies
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Kargil's shroud of truth and lies

The former military ruler of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf, had kept even Ashfaq Parvez Kayani - his successor as army chief - in the dark while carrying out the Kargil operation in 1999, according to a new book by the retired Lieutenant General Abdul Majeed ... The Telegraph, 1 month ago

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Book reveals Musharraf kept Sharif, Kayani in dark while conducting Kargil Operation in 1999

nt General (retired) Abdul Majeed Malik has reportedly revealed that former President and military strongman General Pervez Musharraf kept ex-army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani in the dark while conducting the Kargil Operation in 1999. In his book, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Musharraf kept Sharif, Kayani in dark while conducting Kargil Operation in 1999  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Musharraf kept Sharift in dark about Kargil  South Asia Monitor1 month ago

Defeat in Cantt elections: Imran should apologise for misguiding masses: Rashid

April 27, 2015 Minister for Information and Broadcasting Pervez Rashid on Sunday said that the results of cantonment boards election was a reflection of masses' confidence in present government, and also urged Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) ...
 Business Recorder12 hours ago

Is Pervez Musharraf gaining ground?

A SILENT but powerful undercurrent has begun to build up in Pakistan to place Gen. Pervez Musharraf back into power. Such a possibility may be seen in the backdrop of a general political mayhem in the country and the ongoing government's battle to ...
 Arab News1 month ago ISI cultivated Taliban to counter Indian action: Musharraf  Rediff.com2 months ago

Changed variables, same equation

Though no stranger to India, Ashraf Ghani will now be under scrutiny for what he says about how he visualises India-Afghanistan relations. He will be engaging with a new Indian leadership that has displayed no anxiety about the fact that he waited ...
 The Hindu15 hours ago

Russia to invest $2 bn into building energy pipeline in Pakistan: Is India ready for the challenge?

In the fast-changing geopolitics in its neighbourhood, India needs to watch Russia from the Pakistani prism and Pakistan from the Russian prism . This should sum up the state of affairs in the newly emerging India-Pakistan-Russia triangle where ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago Challenge to India as Russia to invest $2 Billion to Build Energy Pipeline in Pakistan  Firstpost.com1 week ago Music unites India and Pakistan  South Asia Monitor1 month ago
Outlook India

China-Pakistan: A Strategic Relationship In The Shadows

The China-Pakistan relationship has inspired plenty of florid language, invoking "iron brothers" whose "all-weather friendship" is "higher than the Himalayas and deeper than the oceans." Yet the public demonstrations of this closeness have often ...
 Outlook India1 week ago ChinaPakistan: A Strategic Relationship in the Shadows  Epoch Times1 week ago We want a friendly relationship but not to be under Pakistan's thumb: Karzai  The Express Tribune1 month ago Prime minister's Pakistan project  Indian Express1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

The crossroads of credibility

- THE superb March 23 military display in Islamabad after a 7 year hiatus aroused the patriotic fervour of the nation, it also raised a number of questions. Clouding the continuing sacrifice rendered by those in the marching columns and those flying ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

MQM's future at stake

- Detained MQM activist Umair Sidiqui is reported to have confessed about involvement of sector in-charge and even party high-ups in around 120 targeted killings over political rivalry in the city. He was arrested along with scores of MQM activists ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago

Modi's Kashmir gamble

If it is a thaw, it certainly doesn't feel like one. After recriminations over New Delhi's decision to call off secretary-level talks in August and subsequent cross-border firing, Prime Minister Narendra Modi dispatched Foreign Secretary S ...
 The Friday Times1 month ago
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