ISLAMABAD: A statement issued by the military on Wednesday put the official number of “terrorists” killed in Operation Zarb-i-Azb at 910 and added that 82 Pakistani soldiers had also lost their lives during the North Waziristan offensive.
The death tolls and their breakdowns could not be independently verified as journalists have limited access to the . . . → Read More: 910 terrorists killed in North Waziristan: ISPR
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India did a hell of a job promoting their national sports hero in “Bhaag Milkha bhaag” but lots of information in the movie was untrue or changed / omitted on purpose. It is high time that a private or ISPR (As they are the only true patriotic organization) backed media production . . . → Read More: Who will honour Abdul Khaliq of Pakistan
RAWALPINDI: The army has officially launched a highly anticipated operation in North Waziristan, according to an ISPR press release.“DG ISPR has said that on the directions of the Government, Armed forces of Pakistan have launched a comprehensive operation against foreign and local terrorists who are hiding in sanctuaries in North Waziristan Agency. The operation . . . → Read More: Pakistan Army’s constructive work in Waziristan
In a major development, Pakistan army on Sunday formally announced to have launched a full scale operation ‘Zarb-e-Azb’ against ‘local and foreign terrorists’ in North Waziristan Agency ‘on the directions of the government’.
Director General, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) in a press release said: “On the directions of the Government, Armed forces of . . . → Read More: Operation Zarb-e-Azb launched in North Waziristan
ISLAMABAD. In the aftermath of the deadly gun and bomb attack at Karachi airport on Sunday night, the government on Monday summoned an emergency meeting of the Cabinet Committee on National Security (CCNS) to discuss the future of peace talks.
While a date for the meeting has not yet been disclosed, it is learnt . . . → Read More: Nawaz Sharif to chair emergency meeting on national security
KARACHI: Security forces said Monday they have relaunched a military operation at Karachi airport as gunfire resumed several hours after they announced the end of a militant siege that left 24 dead.
Fresh gunfire was reported from the airport Monday morning and a loud explosion was also heard across its premises.
Security forces said that . . . → Read More: More hidden terrorists found in Karachi Airport
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
Security forces, engaged by terrorists in North Waziristan, suffered nine casualties in clashes with militants on Sunday. According to an ISPR statement, the security forces were continuously targeted by the terrorists at Amin checkpost in Miranshah. On Sunday, during an attack on a military convoy, intense exchange of firing took place in which nine troops . . . → Read More: Clash with militants in NWA kills 9 soldiers
Bilal Lashari’s major directorial effort Waar has been much-awaited since its trailer release on the New Year weekend. Starring big names like Shaan Shahid, Aisha Khan, Shamoon Abbasi, Meesha Shafi, Ali Azmat and Hamza Abbasi, the project seems fated for blockbuster success.
. . . → Read More: Waar: Pakistan’s next Blockbuster
But still, they are what the people of Pakistan voted for… well, 56% of them anyway – the rest were bogus votes.
Hurray for the parliament! Hurray for Pakistan’s democracy! The Army has finally been cowed down! The ISI has its tail between its legs, and its DG has surrendered! Hurray for Pakistan! Oh . . . → Read More: Forget Governance: Pakistan’s civilian politicians know nothing about security and sovereignty