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Gen John Allen to visit Pakistan today

Islamabad: General John Allen, top US commander stationed in Afghanistan, will arrive in Pakistan on Thursday, signaling a patch up between the two countries after the signing of MoU and release of Coalition Support Fund. Ina statement issued by Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), General Allen will meet Chief of …

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Pakistan-US sign MoU to regularize NATO supplies

Pakistan and the United States Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to regularize the arrangements for the NATO supplies, which are currently based on “verbal understanding.” The MoU was signed at the Ministry of Defense by US Charged’ Affaires Ambassador Richard Hoagland and Additional Secretary of the Ministry of …

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ISI chief lands in Washington, talks on drone attacks expected

HOUSTON: Inter-services Intelligence chief Lt. Gen. Zaheerul Islam arrived in the US capital on Tuesday on his first official trip to Washington DC since assuming office. A source privy to the matter told The Express Tribune that Lt. Gen Zaheerul Islam had arrived in the US Capital where he is expected to meet …

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Pakistan temporarily halts Nato supply over security reasons

Peshawar: Pakistan on Thursday temporarily stopped Nato supply trucks crossing its northwestern border into Afghanistan over security concerns due to fears of attacks, officials said. The development came after gunmen on Tuesday attacked a convoy of Nato supply trucks, killing a driver, in the town of Jamrud near the main …

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Pakistan concerned over killing of Burma Muslims

Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday expressed its concern over the killing of Muslims in Burma and hoped that the ruling Junta would soon control the situation. In a weekly media briefing Foreign Office Spokesman Muazzam Khan, said; “Pakistan hopes that government of Burma would take effective measures to overcome deteriorating law …

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Pakistan Army Rejects Claims of Over Cross-Border Shelling

The Pakistani military rejected assertions by Afghan officials that hundreds of artillery shells and rockets were fired into Afghanistan from Pakistani territory. Photo by http://www.irna.ir The claim by Afghan officials that Pakistani troops fired 400 shells and rockets across the border into Afghanistan was “not correct”, said a Pakistani military official …

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Join Pakistan Air Force as Officer

136 GD(P) Age: 16 to 22 Years on 14 April, 2013 Nationality: Male / Female citizens of Pakistan Marital Status: Single Height: Male: 163 cm Female: 163 cm Note: 04 years course (02 years as aviation cadet and 02 years as Pilot Officer in respective institutions) leading to the award …

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14 killed as forces pound militant hideouts in Orakzai

Peshawar: At least 14 militants were killed and several others injured Pakistani security forces operation in Upper Orakzai Agency of country’s northwestern tribal region, sources said on Sunday. The sources said that the armed forces pounded safe houses of the militants in Mamozai, Khadizai and other areas of upper Orakzai …

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No military operation in any part of Balochistan: DGMO

There is no military operation in any part of Balochistan and not a single soldier is out of the barracks,” the Director General Military Operation (DGMO) Major General Ishfaq Ahmed Nadeem said on Tuesday, refuting that any operations were ongoing in the estranged province. Addressing a two-day National Workshop on …

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