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Pakistani Taliban threatens attacks on military

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistani Taliban on Monday warned the country’s military it had set up a “suicide bombers squad” to hit troops if an offensive is launched in a restive tribal area bordering Afghanistan. In an email message sent to media, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, an umbrella militant

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Armed Forces celebrate Eid

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Armed Forces on Monday celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr along with the entire nation with religious fervour and solemnity. Congregations were held in all garrison mosques where senior serving / retired military officers offered Eid prayers with troops and prayed for the prosperity and well-being of

Innocents Killing in Burma , Some Facts.

Burma is a country with extreme population of Buddhist and a 4% minority of Muslims. According to Burma’s law, killing of an ant is same as killing of human. Burma’s government claim that all religions are equal in the country. Muslims came to Burma in

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Islamabad: A powerful bomb blast ripped through a bus in the restive tribal belt of northwest Pakistan on Wednesday, killing 13 people, including two children, and injuring four others, officials said. The incident occurred in Sepoy village of Orakzai Agency, officials of the local political administration

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Gunmen attack Pakistani army camp, kill 8 people

By ASIF SHAHZADAssociated Press ISLAMABAD (AP) – Gunmen killed eight people in an attack Monday on a Pakistani army camp in a city where thousands of hardline Islamists spent the night on their way to the capital to protest the government’s recent decision to reopen

Rawalpindi – June 12, 2012:  Lieutenant General Onyeabo Azubike Ihejirika, Nigerian Chief of Army Staff called on Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani at General Headquarters today.The visiting dignitary remained with him for some time and discussed the matters of professional interest. __________________