Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif held a meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad today and discussed internal and external security situation of the country. They also discussed progress of Operation Zarb-e-Azb.
It was decided that operation against criminals and terrorists will continue unhindered across the country, to optimally utilize the . . . → Read More: COAS, PM agree to continue anti-criminal ops
In one of the rare on-record references, the Corps Commanders, who met on Tuesday, took exception to Indian intelligence agency RAW’s involvement in whipping up terrorists in Pakistan. Army Chief General Raheel Sharif, who chaired the important moot, emphasized the need for continued precision targeting of terrorists squeezed in isolated protects in FATA and directed . . . → Read More: RAW is providing funds, training and arms to terrorists in Pakistan
The United States has defended its latest sale of military equipment to Pakistan, arguing the American weapons systems would enhance Islamabad’s counter-terrorism abilities.
“This proposed sale of helicopters and weapons systems will provide Pakistan with military capabilities in support of its counter-terrorism operations inside the country,” US State Department Acting Spokesperson Marie Harf said at . . . → Read More: US explains provision of military equipment to Pakistan
Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif called on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at PM House on Thursday and briefed him on the ongoing operation Zerb-e-Azb and the process of rehabilitation of the temporarily displaced persons back to their homes.
According to the prime minister’s media section, matters relating to the return of temporarily . . . → Read More: PM briefed by COAS about setting up new FC wings
(By Yasmeen Aftab Ali) A leading newspaper carried news that Sarah Sewall, the US Undersecretary for Civilian Security, Democracy and Human Rights, argues: “In the Pak-Afghan region, Tehreek-e-Taliban has long exploited local grievances in the tribal belt in order to sustain itself.” (March 12, 2015) She makes a lot of sense, common yet not so . . . → Read More: How to make FATA work
Pakistan’s polio crisis has pushed the country to a point of no return. From 145 cases on September 12, the national case count on Tuesday jumped to 158 when the Polio Virology Laboratory at the National Institute of Health (NIH) confirmed 13 more wild type-1 polio cases in a single day.
With a meeting of . . . → Read More: Polio count jumps to 158
With Pakistan experiencing the worst period in its political history as well as fighting the Taliban within its borders, the Islamic State could not have chosen a better time to make inroads into Pakistan — if it wanted to.
The political squabble has refused to die down since it began on . . . → Read More: Is ISIS capable of finding support in Paksitan
ISLAMABAD : Pakistan has emerged the second largest donor for the World Food Programme (WFP) with donation of 150,000 metric ton wheat in 2013.
The donation valued at Rs 5.5 billion ($52 million) demonstrated Pakistan’s continued commitment to help its people in need, said WFP spokesman.He said the donation was provided . . . → Read More: Pakistan’s food donation to WFP second largest
The Ministry of Health, Organisation of the Islamic Conference and Islamic Development Bank have invited Imam-e-Kaaba Abdul Rahman al Sudais to attend the International Ulema Conference on Polio Eradication.
To be held in Islamabad from June 15 to 16, the event is expected to draw at least 50-60 religious dignitaries and . . . → Read More: Imaam of Kaaba asked to visit and help with fight against Polio
By Shemrez Nauman Afzal
Two things are extremely important for the political stability of any country: the devolution of power to the grassroots level, and economic growth through fiscal responsibility and visible socioeconomic prosperity that is available to the general public.
. . . → Read More: Time to serve Pakistan