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Pakistan mourns dead in Taliban attack
Korea Herald

Pakistan school attack: LIVE REPORT

Islamabad (AFP) 12:15 GMT Psychological impact Talat Masood, a retired general and security analyst, says he believes the attack was intended to weaken the military's resolve. He tells AFP: It is both tactical and strategic. The militants know ... Libya Today, 6 days ago
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Ph.D Research Thesis

Home » Peshawar By Peshawar: A Ph.D research scholar, Talat Masood of the Department of English and Applied Linguistics, University of Peshawar has submitted his research thesis entitled Structural Case licensing in Pashto, A Minimalist Perspective ...
 Pakistan Press International1 month ago

Air Marshal (Retd) Masood Akhtar says Pakistan Air Force has helped Pak Army a lot in fight against terrorism.

Analysts lauded Pakistan Air Force's (PAF) lead role in Zarb-e-Azb operation. Speaking in Radio Pakistan's program, Defense Analyst, Lt. Gen Retd. Talat Masood said, Air Force always plays a vital role in any operation. Airstrikes helped a lot in ...
 Radio Pakistan2 months ago

Analysts ask media and religious scholars to play their role in eliminating terrorism.

Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has said the government will not differentiate between terrorists and elements protecting them. Speaking in Radio Pakistan's Nuqta-e Nazar program Analyst General (R) Amjad Sohaib said:Pakistan Army is engaged in ...
 Radio Pakistan6 hours ago
BusinessWeek

Peshawar Carnage-A Bitter lesson for Pakistan Army. Will it learn?

In a horrendous terror attack on humanity, hundreds of innocent school children lost lives in the bloody alleys of APS Peshawar, Pakistan. The carnage shook international community and evoked worldwide condemnation. Prime Minister Narendra ...
 Kashmir Times1 day ago Why students deaths might not change Islamabad's terror policy  Today Online5 days ago How Pakistan's Great Game in Afghanistan Gets Kids Killed at Home  BusinessWeek5 days ago Why 132 Dead Students Might Not Change Pakistan Terrorism Policy  Bloomberg6 days ago
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Pakistan Observer

Bio-safety sitting at Animals Sciences Uni

LAHORE - A three-day International training workshop on bio-safety held at University of Veterinary and Animals Sciences (UVAS) Lahore was concluded on Saturday. UVAS Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha Dr Talat, who chaired the concluding ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 day ago International workshop on Bio-safety begins  Pakistan Observer3 days ago
The Nation Pakistan

Pakistan not to conduct raids in Afghanistan: Aziz

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan and Afghanistan will discuss measures for effective border control and coordinated military actions against the terrorists hideouts within two weeks, said Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 days ago Border management: Pak-Afghan military group to work out actions: Sartaj  Business Recorder2 days ago

Pakistani civil and military leaders hardly trust India

Pakistan has welcomed India’s positive statements and cooperation offers after the Peshawar school massacre but there is hardly any civil or military leader, who trusts India to be really concerned about growing terrorism. Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar ...
 Asian Age2 days ago Opinion: Pakistani civil and military leaders hardly trust India  Deccan Chronicle2 days ago

Peace and security biggest challenge for South Asia: Sartaj

ISLAMABAD: Advisor to Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, on Saturday said that the real challenge for South Asia is peace and security and to get this, region needs to make serious efforts to resolve disputes and ...
 Online News Pakistan2 days ago
India Today

Horror Harvest

Pakistan pays a heavy price for nurturing terror. Can it destroy the killing machine now? Relatives mourn at the funeral of Mohammed Ali Khan,15,one of the students killed in the Peshawar school attack; Courtesy: Reuters Peshawar. Terror. The ...
 India Today3 days ago
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