Pakistan is making extensive and precise use of its own indigenous drones in the current surgical strikes against the Taliban, security officials and experts confirmed on Tuesday.
A top official said ground intelligence, combined with accurate data by the Pakistani drones, had made it possible to take out the TTP targets in Tirah and Mir . . . → Read More: Made In Pakistan drones being used in NWA
Pakistani fighter jets on Sunday launched air strikes on militant hideouts in the northwest, killing at least 38 people, according to officials, in the latest retaliation for attacks by the insurgents that have derailed peace talks.
The early morning strikes made on militant hideouts in the Tirah valley of the Khyber tribal district were the . . . → Read More: 38 militants including TTP commander killed by Pak Army
ISLAMABAD: 460 innocent people have been killed in terrorist attacks across the country since the government held an all-parties conference (APC) on September 10 last year to mull ways and means to end bloodshed in the country, a security official told on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to media . . . → Read More: Pointless APC: 460 Pakistanis killed in terrorism
KASUR : Intelligence agencies personnel arrested three suspected Indian spies from Kasur city on Thursday.
According to details, Umair, Kashif and Shahzir were arrested when the agencies intercepted their phone calls due to suspicions.
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Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif has said that the government is serious in holding talks with Taliban but terrorism and negotiations could not go together.
In a statement‚ he condemned the cowardly attack on Major Jehanzeb in Frontier Region Peshawar and said that such acts had sabotaged the efforts for peace.
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ENCOURAGINGLY, the government’s negotiating committee is standing firm. Cleverly, the outlawed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan is trying to muddy the waters further by levelling grim allegations. Yesterday, the impasse continued as the TTP announced its conditions for a ceasefire by the militants, and the government committee rejected a conditional ceasefire. The TTP claims that the security forces . . . → Read More: TTP’s failed media campaigns
A report prepared by the Interior Ministry has declared the capital city as ‘extremely dangerous’ due to the presence and functioning of banned outfits along with other factors, Geo News reported.
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Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have reiterated their commitment to fight extremism and terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and continue to cooperate in the field of exchange of security-related information.
They also emphasised the importance of security cooperation to combat the crimes of drug trafficking and money laundering while Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said . . . → Read More: Pakistan and KSA to join hands against terrorism
(by Dr Mohammad Taqi) Mr Sharif has started an open-ended process without defining the brief he has given his committee, and what it means for those already affected by terrorism. Neither Mr Sharif nor his team apparently knows what their bottom line is
The history of talks between the Pakistani state and the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), and . . . → Read More: TTP is making nuclear Pakistan a joke