Pakistan today conducted a successful test fire of the indigenously developed Cruise Missile Hatf-VII (Babur) having a range of 600 kilometers.
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Pakistan Test Fires Nuclear-Capable Missile
The launch was conducted by the Army Strategic Force command’s strategic missile group at the end of a field-training exercise aimed at testing the force’s operational readiness.
Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States tells US officials Pakistanis will accept peanuts in any deal and that Pakistan is like a horny woman that wants sex but not without some material benefits first.
WikiLeaks cables from US embassy in Islamabad reveal the extent of US meddling in Pakistan. Dr. Mazari should know. Former US envoy blocked her column in a newspaper.
Imran Khan, the only Pakistani politician who refused to toe the line set by the US Embassy in Islamabad.
Relatively small compared to the bigger navies in the region, Pakistan Navy is catching up and transforming. Here’s a look.
Kashmiri freedom leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani raises the slogan of Free Kashmir in the heart of Indian capital, where Indian officials invited him to seek ways to end the anti-India liberation movement in the Indian-occupied territory.
The ceremony was a stunner, living up to the high standards of organizing international events that China has become synonymous with.
Pakistan Navy inducts Harbin Z-9EC Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) helicopters from China. The induction ceremony was held at Naval Aviation Base. Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Noman Bashir was the chief guest on the occasion. This is the first batch of the series of six helicopters to be procured as per the contract signed with [...]
The suicide bombers and throat-slitters are not Arab Mujahedeen or Afghan Taliban. This expertise has been introduced by the Indians and the Israelis in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
In the current reorganization plans, Pakistan Air Force will emerge as a key pillar of the revamped Pakistani strategy to secure Pakistan’s interest zone.
At an event organized by the British Army for world militaries to compete in toughness, with 750 soldiers participating worldwide, Pakistani soldiers bagged the Gold Medal for being the toughest soldiers capable of patrolling in the most difficult conditions.
Only a few hours after Islamabad closed NATO supplies into Afghanistan, political commentator and senior research fellow at Project For Pakistan In 21st Century, Ahmed Quraishi, explains on Russia’s RTTV how this is a partial ban and a partial message. Only one of two major crossings were closed and no one from the Pakistani government or military actually came out to say, ‘Yes, we closed the route because they killed three of our soldiers.’ The Pakistani message is clear but not total, for the time being.
Ahmed Quraishi on Russia Today television explains how CIA has been using third-country intelligence services to violate Pakistani sovereignty and conduct operations inside Pakistan. So the story about a 3,000-strong secret army made up of Afghans and run by CIA conducting operations inside Pakistan is alarming but comes as no surprise.
[In Urdu] All major Pakistani political parties have militant wings armed with banned weapons. The present elected govt has issued close to 40,000 banned weapon permits in less than two years. AQ talks to party workers to show Pakistanis one more hidden aspect of Pakistans failed political system: an armed democracy monopolized by a few [...]
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