Pakistani forces carry out aerial attack on militants

Gunship helicopters of the Pakistan Army pounded the hideouts of militants in the mountain ranges of Frontier Region Peshawar (FR Peshawar) on Tuesday.

An official of the political administration told The Express Tribune that cobra gunship helicopters targeted the heavily wooded mountain ranges of Shankrabi.  “These are highly wooded mountains where there is no human . . . → Read More: Pakistani forces carry out aerial attack on militants

Militants against Militants

Several are being reported killed in infighting between two distraught Tehreek-i-Taliban factions between whom fighting intensified on Friday in Waziristan.

The clash started between the two militant factions a few days ago and the cause of infighting was said to be over interference in matters inside one another’s domains.

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Kaboom!! Tit for tat

At least 15 senior Taliban commanders were killed on Tuesday in Ghazni province by asuicide bomber reportedly attempting to keep them from carrying out plans to disrupt Saturday’s elections, according to Afghan officials.

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Chris Alexander lacks basic knowledge on global security issues

Pakistan is lashing back at a senior Conservative cabinet minister who accused the country of sponsoring terrorism, warning he should not pursue a “personal and prejudiced agenda” on an issue of crucial importance to regional security.

In a statement to CBC News Network’s Power & Politics, the High Commission for Pakistan said Citizenship and Immigration Minister . . . → Read More: Chris Alexander lacks basic knowledge on global security issues

Law enforcers in Karachi are to be blamed for current violence

(by Talha Khan) An effective and efficient police is required to maintain order and provide security to the common man. Police is essentially a civilian establishment that is solely answerable to the civil authority for all its actions and functions within clearly defined legal parameters.

There can be no modern state without a civilian police organization. In . . . → Read More: Law enforcers in Karachi are to be blamed for current violence

TTP’s latest ruse: “we will not impose Sharia by force”

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As expected the Taliban have shown their true colors and intentions. By refusing to free Shahbaz Taseer and Gilani they have tacitly admitted that they kidnap Pakistan citizens or have them kidnapped through their proxies. This implies that they are fully involved in the extortion and armed . . . → Read More: TTP’s latest ruse: “we will not impose Sharia by force”

Spreading thy tentacles

Saudi Arabia’s benevolence seems to have offended more than it has appeased the average Pakistani. Can $1.5 million really make it to the world records as the most expensive gift? Perhaps that is another world record the Punjabi Chief Minister must contemplate over submitting. Are we sugarcoating aid now? Perhaps yes we are. But Pakistan . . . → Read More: Spreading thy tentacles

Old but unstoppable Sattar Edhi comes out for peace

KARACHI: Philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi on Wednesday took out a rally in Karachi to “spread his message of peace,” Express News reported.

Accompanied by Edhi Foundation workers and school children, the social worker – in his wheelchair – started the procession from Bolton Market. Speaking to Express News, Edhi said he intends to go to Mazar-e-Quaid and then . . . → Read More: Old but unstoppable Sattar Edhi comes out for peace

Made In Pakistan drones being used in NWA

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

38 militants including TTP commander killed by Pak Army

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