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Army fully backs peace process to tackle terror, says COAS
KAKUL: Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani said on Saturday that the army fully supported the dialogue process initiated by the national leadership to tackle the menace of ter ...
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Democracy is the future of Country: PM
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said Saturday that democracy is the future of Pakistan.In a statement to mark October 12, Prime Minister Sharif said that there was an elected parliament, indep ...
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No one can dare to abrogated Constitution: CJ
SIALKOT: Chief Justice of Pakistan, Iftikhar Muhammad Chauhdry has said that lawyers foiled all efforts to wrap up democracy in Pakistan by rendering sacrifices.He said: dignity of the judiciary wil ...
 
S Africa recalls Amla, Steyn to T20 squad
ISLAMABAD Misbah-ul-Haq was retained as Pakistan captain for next month's Test series against Sou...
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Tendulkar must have known from his heart: Dravid
Hambantota A 112-run third-wicket stand between Faf du Plessis and JP Duminy launched South Afric...
Djokovic tops Monfils in 3 sets in Shanghai
TOKYO Angelique Kerber of Germany advanced to the third round of the Pan Pacific Open by beating ...
U-19 look for positives after Iraq loss
Monfils crushes Federer in Shanghai Masters
 
 

Imran warns of street protests
Delhi downplays peace process with Paki
Musharraf files bail plea in Lal Masjid
Pyongyang warns of all-out war
DNA confirms Peshawar Church bombers be
SHC to hear contempt petition against P
Malala meets Obama & family
Cuba presents report condemning US bloc
 
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Sale of over the counter drugs
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School girl gang-raped in India
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V-Sel Music Supporting & aiding great music in Pakistan
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'Bigg Boss - 7' in trouble, show cause notice issued
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Miss Universe apologises to India over Taj Mahal photoshoot
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FIR filed against Aamir
 
 

Officers, Soldiers face-off continues in India Army

NEW DELHI – The Indian army that was gripped by acute breach of discipline a couple of years backm continues to remain in the grip of the very same menace and the Fooficers-Jawans scuffles have become a routine matter now with top military Commanders finding themselves helpless in this direction, reveal the investigations of The Daily Mail. These investigations indicate that in the recent incident of this nature, two senior officers of the Indian Army were assaulted by irate jawans (foot soldiers) after one of their colleagues was brutally thrashed by a superior officer for losing a match during an Inter-Unit Boxing...

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Susceptibility & ambiguity in Indian army’s capabilities

During the past few weeks, the Indian Army in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir has been the subject of several attacks by the insurgents, fighting for their freedom for the past many decades. This recent period has seen Army patrols being ambushed inside the Line of Control (LoC), an insurgents’ strike inside an Army cantonment located in what has been perceived to be a relatively peaceful part of an otherwise strife-torn valley and, more recently, an incursion by insurgents, well inside the Indian side of the LoC...

 
Urdu Literature tops youngsters' readin
World Day of Girl Child observed
Kamran Shafi likely to become Pak High
Govt announces 4 holidays on Eid
Pakistan to continu
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Why outsource planning?
Shubinak launched in Islamabad
Blowing up the ceiling
Slack condition on cotton market
SMEs and the B2B online marketplace
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Towards freedom
Cruzing towards a disaster
 
Blame USA; Not Pakistan
Those pricey junks of life
Behind Epicenter of Terrorism
High time for US to act sensibly abroad
ISLAMABAD: Women taking interest in three-day Eid Expo organised by First Women Bank and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).
 
 
 
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