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‘Physical fitness Standards of Pakistan Soldiers
Security Risks Monitor
Sep 19, 2014
Physical Agility and Combat Efficiency System (PACES), championship
Pakistan Rejects Afghan Criticism of 480-kilometer Border Trench
Ayaz Gul
Sep 15, 2014
Pakistan has rejected Afghan criticism of a 480-kilometer trench its military is digging along their mostly porous border.
Flood-Hit Pakistanis Try to Divert Rivers
Ayaz Gul
Sep 14, 2014
Army engineers in Pakistan have been breaching dikes in a bid to divert swollen rivers from flooded cities and towns across populous Punjab province.
Delhi Exhibition Fosters India-Pakistan Trade Ties
Anjana Pasricha
Sep 14, 2014
Indian and Pakistani business owners this week descended on an exhibition in New Delhi aimed at improving trade linkages between the countries.
Malala's Father: Arrests Show 'Hope' for Pakistan
VOA News
Sep 13, 2014
The father of teenage activist Malala Yousafzai "the beginning of real hope" for Pakistan.
Analysts: Pakistan's Political Turmoil Hurts its Image
VOA News
Sep 6, 2014
Analysts warn political turmoil in Pakistan spurred by protests in the capital resulted in setback for country’s foreign policy priorities.
Security Risks Monitor
Sep 5, 2014
A flag meeting was held on 03 September 2014 at the Punch- Rawlakot Crossing point in the Poonch Sector on the Line of Control (LC).
Pakistan China Special Forces Exercise Warrior 2014
Security Risks Monitor
Sep 2, 2014
As per a release of the (ISPR) Pakistan and China Special Forces held a three week long joint military training exercise Warrior 2014
A Tale of Three Cities Islamabad Ankara and Cairo
Ambassador K Gajendra Singh
Sep 1, 2014
According to media reports political turmoil in Pakistan further intensified with strong likelihood of intervention of Pakistan Army
Pakistan, Sri Lanka agree to enhance defense cooperation
Aug 30, 2014
Cordial discussion was held between Secretary Defense and Air Chief Marshal Butt on matters of bilateral cooperation and mutual interest.
Pakistan: Military Zeroes in on Political Forces
Security Risks Research
Aug 29, 2014
The Soft Coup Reiterated
Did Pak Air Chief Discuss JF 17 Sale in Myanmar?
Security Risks Research
Aug 28, 2014
Pakistan and Myanmar air chiefs meet and express satisfaction on cooperation between the two Air Forces
Pakistan Air Chief in Sri Lanka
Aug 27, 2014
The Chief of Air Staff of the Pakistan Air Force, Air Chief Marshal Tahir Rafique Butt in Sri Lanka
PTI’s six-point charter of demands
Security Risks Monitor
Aug 21, 2014
Resignation of the prime minister and Punjab chief minister.
Pakistan: The Soft Coup to Constrain Nawaz Sharif
Rahul Bhonsle
Aug 21, 2014
Military control of strategic policy has become inevitable
Cancellation of Indian FS visit to Pakistan
Security Risks Monitor
Aug 19, 2014
Statement by Official Spokesperson
Anti-Government Protesters March to Islamabad's 'Red Zone'
VOA News
Aug 19, 2014
Political tensions set to come to head in Pakistan, where opposition politician says his party's lawmakers will resign from parliament.
Thousands Head to Opposition Rally in Pakistan
VOA News
Aug 15, 2014
Clashes break out as Imran Khan and Tahir ul Qadri march to Islamabad
Pakistan Tensions Rise Ahead of Opposition Rallies
Ayaz Gul
Aug 13, 2014
Political tensions have spiked in Pakistan, where tens of thousands of people are expected to march on Islamabad.
Pakistan rejects allegations of diplomat in Sri Lanka spying
Aug 8, 2014
Reports in the Indian media alleging that a Pakistani diplomat posted in Colombo is involved in planning attacks in Indian cities.
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