India must be held to account for condemnable actions: FM Qureshi

India must be held to account for condemnable actions: FM Qureshi

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that the world must be cautious of India’s ominous design to discredit Pakistan and hold it accountable for its “reprehensible deeds”. Speaking at a seminar hosted by the Institute of Regional Studies on the famous EU DisinfoLab Report, the foreign minister said: “We...

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Naval Chief visits PMSA Headquarters Karachi today

Naval Chief visits PMSA Headquarters Karachi today

Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi visited Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) Headquarters at Karachi. Upon arrival, the Naval Chief was received by DG PMSA, Rear Admiral Muhammad Shuaib. The Admiral was presented Guard of Honour by smartly turned out contingent. Thereafter, Chief of the Naval...

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Sindh health minister Dr. Azra Pechuho chairs meeting on communicable diseases

Sindh health minister Dr. Azra Pechuho chairs meeting on communicable diseases

Minister for Health and Population Welfare Sindh, Dr. Azra Pechuho, chaired a meeting held on communicable diseases and the practices that would require funding. The meeting focused on the transmission of tuberculosis (TB), HIV/AIDS as well as hepatitis B. Also, a part of this meeting were Director General Health Services...

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Flawed Tejas come across as a shock to Indian Air Force

Flawed Tejas come across as a shock to Indian Air Force

Whenever the name of the Indian Air Force conjures up, the first thought that comes to mind is Abhinandan and the crashed plane. In fact, for the Indian military leadership, which claims to be the world’s fourth largest military power, the politically and defensively corrupt, weak and professionally compelled Air...

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‘Hybrid Warfare against Pakistan: Challenges and Response Options

‘Hybrid Warfare against Pakistan: Challenges and Response Options

The Centre for Aerospace & Security Studies (CASS) organized an international webinar on ‘Hybrid Warfare against Pakistan: Challenges and Response Options’, here in Islamabad to discuss the complex dynamics of hybrid war that are at play in South Asia and analyze how they are taking a toll on the country’s...

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Ali Sadpara: A Man Who Loved to Conquer Unscalable Heights

Ali Sadpara: A Man Who Loved to Conquer Unscalable Heights

I remember as a child, whenever we used to go to the village, my best hobby was catching fireflies at night. We would all catch these flickering fireflies and put them in a small basket and see the light of these lightening insects in the dark. Fahmidah Yousfi The light...

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Three terrorists killed by security forces in North Waziristan: ISPR

Three terrorists killed by security forces in North Waziristan: ISPR

According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), security forces have gunned down three terrorists in North Waziristan’s Mir Ali in an intelligence-based operation. The military’s media wing said that security forces carried out a crackdown at the sanctuary of the suspected terrorists in Mir Ali. The ISPR said that three...

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Peace can only be guaranteed through highest standard of preparedness: COAS

Peace can only be guaranteed through highest standard of preparedness: COAS

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa has said that peace can only be ensured through vigorous training, as well as the highest standard of preparedness in peacetime. As per the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the COAS comments came during his visit to the Thar Desert, near Chhor,...

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Naval Chief calls on Foreign Military Delegates attending Aman 2021

Naval Chief calls on Foreign Military Delegates attending Aman 2021

During the ongoing Multinational Maritime Exercise AMAN 21, Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi was called on by Southern Fleet Commander of Iran Commodore Arya Shafaqat, Director of Naval Operations Centre Iraq Brigadier Wael Abdul Mohsin Shayyin, Deputy Hydrographer of Nigerian Navy Commodore Sunday Daniel and...

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Notices issued to under-performing Punjab bureaucrats

Notices issued to under-performing Punjab bureaucrats

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has issued show-cause notices to bureaucrats in Punjab for overlooking public complaints or delaying action on them. The PMO said that show-cause notices and warning letters were issued to under-performing officers for their lackluster response or indecision towards public grievances recorded on the Pakistan Citizen’s...

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