The upper house of parliament on Monday directed government to submit today (Tuesday) a detailed report identifying lapses on part of the authorities that enabled terrorists to carry out the attack in a district court complex in the capital city. . . . → Read More: Senate seeks report on Monday court attack, Islamabad
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
تم میرے ٹکڑے اڑادوگے مجھے معلوم ہے۔۔ کیونکہ تم بس ایسا ہی کرسکتے ہو۔۔۔ کسی بھی بم کے دھماکے نے مجھے پارہ پارہ کرکے بلکہ پارچہ پارچہ کرکے تمہاری خود ساختہ “مردانگی” کا اک اور ثبوت بن جانا ہے۔۔۔ لیکن ۔۔۔ لیکن تم مجھے یہ کہنے سے نہیں باز رکھ سکتے کہ تمہارے چہرے میرے . . . → Read More: !!یہ وحشت یہ درندگی۔۔۔ نبیء رحمت کے دین کو اتنی بڑی گالی۔۔۔
A balanced and logical American expert on Pakistani affairs has again gone out on a limb to try and explain the complexity of Pakistan’s military strategy and security thought-process to an audience that apparently loves to bash Pakistan instead of aiding it in the War against Terrorism that America launched in the first place
. . . → Read More: What made Christine Fair go ballistic on Pakistan
When the whole nation was geared up to brace military action against the Taliban, to the surprise of many, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the National Assembly announced that his government would give peace yet another chanceby holding talks with the notorious insurgents.
If the decision of forming a four-member team to negotiate with the Taliban . . . → Read More: This is the era of democratization
By: Suzanna Koster
On Location: Waziristan after the Taliban (VIDEO)
SOUTH WAZIRISTAN, Pakistan — A military operation in 2009 chased Pakistani Taliban and Al Qaeda militants from parts of the South Waziristan tribal region. The conflict drove more than half the population of 300,000 to become refugees elsewhere.
. . . → Read More: How the Taliban changed Waziristan