Pakistan celebrates 1965 war win over India

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Maulvi Omar captured, says Baitullah is dead

Maulvi Omar Captured

Maulvi Omar Captured

ISLAMABAD: Security forces captured Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan’s top spokesman, and he acknowledged the death of the group’s leader in a recent US missile strike, officials said on Tuesday.

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1300 extremists killed in 3 months in WoT in Swat Pakistan

SwatSWAT: At least 1300 extremists have been killed during the last three months in Operation Rah-e-Raast; while, 75 security personnel were martyred.

Swat Media Center Incharge Col. Akhtar said the passport office will start functioning within two days.
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200 Suicide Bombers Rescued

suicide bmber rescuedPESHAWAR: Security forces have succeeded in recovering 200 children who were being trained for carrying out suicide bombing from Swat.

The children’s age ranges between 6 to 13 years.
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US Senate approves defence funds for Pakistan

WASHINGTON: The US Senate has approved a measure which 550px-Tail_wings_of_Pakistani_army's_Puma_330smay lead to the clearance of $1.3 billion of outstanding defence bills for Pakistan and will also enable Islamabad to received additional $700 million from the counter-insurgency fund. Continue reading

Pakistan stretched thin for Mehsud battle

ISLAMABAD: Consolidating military gains in Swat buner-troops--afp608and worries about Taliban spillover from south Afghanistan are clouding Pakistan’s offensive against the country’s most wanted warlord, analysts say.

In mid-June, the military said it had received orders and was preparing to launch an offensive against Pakistani Taliban chief Baitullah Mehsud and his network in the South Waziristan tribal district bordering Afghanistan. Continue reading

ISI chief wants to meet Indian couterpart, Indian govt cautious

ISI chief Shuja Pasha has requested a meeting with his Indian counterpart. India is yet to respond to the request and sources said the government was assessing the request carefully.

 

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ISI_CLEAN_LOGOThe ISI chief had recently met Indian defence attaches in the high commission in Islamabad and this request was formally made to them. The request came along with a briefing on terrorism related aspects. This happened around the time that PM Manmohan Singh travelled to Italy for the G-8 summit.

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