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Rivals Pakistan, India to start process of joining China security bloc
Turkish Daily

Rivals Pakistan, India to start process of joining China secur...

later this week, a senior Chinese diplomat said on July 6, the first time the grouping has expanded since it was set up in 2001. The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) groups China, Russia and the former Soviet republics of Tajikistan, ... Turkish Daily, 3 weeks ago
India, Pak to join China security bloc The Gulf Today, 3 weeks ago

After India's entry: Pakistan assured of China's special support

Presid­ent Xi says his countr­y firmly suppor­ts Pakist­an's effort­s to safegu­ard nation­al securi­ty President Xi says his country firmly supports Pakistan's efforts to safeguard national security. PHOTO: INP As he hailed the ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago Xi assures Pak of China's special support after India's entry in SCO  Times of India3 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

COAS, Feldman discuss regional security, stability

Islamabad: Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif and United States Special Representative forAfghanistanand Pakistan (SRAP) Daniel Feldman have discussed regional peace, security and stability. At a meeting inRawalpindion today, theUSenvoy ...
 The Nation Pakistan7 hours ago US special envoy lauds Gen Raheel for Afghan peace talks  DAWN Group12 hours ago
Pakistan Observer

US security adviser acknowledges Pakistan's sacrifices in war on terror

Fatemi meets Susan Rice and Chairm­an Senate Armed Servic­es Commit­tee Senato­r John McCain in Washin­gton Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Tariq Fatemi meets US Senator John Mccain in Washington on July 22, 2015. PHOTO: PID ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago US lauds Pakistan's resolute role against terrorism  Pakistan Observer5 days ago SAPM's meeting with the US Deputy Defence Secretary Robert Work  Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pakistan6 days ago Fatemi meets US Deputy Defence Secretary  Business Recorder6 days ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Terror knocking the door again!

While writing this column, the nation is shock struck due to the re-emergence of terrorists' activities in Punjab's Pakistan bordering areas. The broad daylight Gurdaspur attack on the Police Station only reiterated the suspicion that politically ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 days ago Gurdaspur attack: Terrorists came using Ravi river; had plans to target more than one area  DNA4 days ago Gurdaspur attackers came from Pakistan, reveals GPS data  India Today4 days ago Gurdaspur terror attack has Pakistan imprint  India Today4 days ago
New Yorker

Turmoil in the Taliban

On Thursday, the Taliban released a statement confirming that Mullah Mohammad Omar—whom the group called Amir al-Muminin, Commander of the Faithful—had died on April 23, 2013, and proclaimed three days of mourning. Though the statement claimed ...
 New Yorker22 hours ago Islamic Condition growing in Afghanistan: watchdog  NewsListOnline2 days ago Islamic State 'growing' in Afghanistan: watchdog  Washington Times2 days ago Mullah Mohammed Omar: Taliban's Supreme Leader Died Two Years Ago, Says Afghan Intelligence Agency  Demanjo2 days ago

Malik Ishaq, leader of Pakistani Sunni militant group, killed in shootout

ISLAMABAD, July 29 (UPI) -- Malik Ishaq, leader of the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi Sunni militant group in Pakistan, was killed during a gunbattle as his supporters attempted to free him from police custody. Ishaq, his two sons and three other members of ...
 UPI3 days ago Notorious ringleader of Pakistan's terror group killed  Iran Daily3 days ago Top Pakistan terror group leader killed in 'encounter'  Hindustan Times3 days ago Top ISIS Leader in Afghanistan and Pakistan Killed: Reports  Examiner.com2 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Punjab encounter ends after 12 hours, 6 victims and 3 militants make up body count

Security officials during an encounter with militants who attacked a police station at Dinanagar in Gurdaspur district on Monday Unclear which outfit sent terrorists; could be Lashkar-e-Taiba, say sources Gurdaspur : Forces fought a prolonged gunfight Monday ...
 Asian Age5 days ago Punjab terror attack: 4 groups under the scanner  Oneindia5 days ago Encounter ends; 3 civilians, 4 policemen dead  The Hindu3 days ago
DNA India

Terror grips Gurdaspur for 11 hours; all 3 terrorists killed

7 people, including 3 civilians killed; LeT role suspected; Punjab police refuse to hand over control to army, special forces; On July 24, there was intel warning of a possible LeT attack 1. People evacuate a hospital adjoining the police ...
 DNA India4 days ago Nine, including three suspected terrorists, killed in attack on police station in India's Punjab state  Sri Lanka Island4 days ago Terror hits Punjab  Pune Mirror4 days ago
DAWN Group

Pakistan has built a massive surveillance state: report

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Pakistan has stealthily built up a surveillance network that would rival some of the world's most powerful surveillance programmes, according to a report released this week by a London-based privacy ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Pakistan's Invasive Mass Surveillance System: A Violation of International Standards  United Nations and Peoples Organisation1 week ago Surveillance in Pakistan exceeds legal capacity: report  DAWN Group1 week ago
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