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Ceasefire violations by India are perilous for peace, warns Khurram Dastgir

RAWALPINDI: Defence Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan said that India had embarked upon perilous destabilization of regional peace through escalation of ceasefire violations at the Line of Control (LOC). In a press statement on Thursday, Dastgir condemned the firing by Indian border forces in Khuiratta sector that caused injuries to five civilians, including three women. “Pakistan army…

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Caught On Camera  

By Zara Maqbool Last week as I made my regular visit to the bank, one of the branch officers came up and said, “Can you please come on the side? There is an issue that we need to discuss with you.” The way he beckoned me to listen to him immediately raised my defensive bars…

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Kohli’s aggression has become India’s strength, says Tendulkar

MUMBAI: Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar said on Monday he noticed the aggressive “spark” in Virat Kohli when he made his India debut and that characteristic has rubbed off on the entire team. Kohli, who is known for his aggression, on Sunday scored his 31st century in his 200th ODI against New Zealand, albeit in…

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Israel attacks military site in Syria’s Hama province

BEIRUT/JERUSALEM: Israel attacked a military site in Syria’s Hama province early on Thursday, the Syrian army said, reported Reuters. The air strike killed two soldiers and caused damage near the town of Masyaf, an army statement said. It warned of the ‘dangerous repercussions of this aggressive action to the security and stability of the region’….

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Always angry? Take some more vitamins…

  THE HAGUE: A Dutch study aims to get a grip on violence in prisons by prescribing vitamins and minerals for inmates with anger management issues, justice officials said Wednesday. Starting early next year prisoners at seven institutions who show violent tendencies will receive added vitamins, minerals and fish oil, the justice ministry said. “Two…

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Aussie skipper-in-waiting Smith promises more aggression

SYDNEY: Australia’s Steve Smith has vowed to be a more aggressive captain if he is appointed to lead the side as expected following a disastrous Ashes campaign which prompted Michael Clarke’s retirement. The 26-year-old, in line to take over after Clarke’s final Test at The Oval later this month, has promised to be less defensive…

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ISPR writes to UN against Indian aggression on LOC

ISLAMABAD: Inter-Services Public Relations on Friday wrote a memorandum to United Nations against the continuous aggression of Indian forces on the line of control, Samaa reported. Pakistan army submitted a memorandum to an observer of the United Nations. The army demanded an investigation from UN against the continuous aggression of Indian forces on the line…

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Lord's disappointment won't temper New Zealand aggression

LONDON: New Zealand will not let their tight loss to England in the classic test at Lord's lessen their resolve to keep playing aggressive cricket, captain Brendon McCullum said. New Zealand's batsmen scored over 700 runs and their bowlers took all 20 wickets but England completed a 124-run win in the final 10 overs of…

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Senators briefed over Indian aggression at LOC

SIALKOT: Members of Senate’s Standing Committee for Defence visited Chenab Rangers headquarters where the lawmakers were briefed over security situation at the Sialkot working boundary and Line of Control, Samaa reported Wednesday. Reports said the two-member body, comprising its chairman Mushahid Hussain Syed and Mohsin Leghari, were given a two-hour off-camera briefing by DG Rangers…

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NA passes resolution against Indian aggression

ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly on Thursday approved a unanimous resolution against unprovoked Indian aggression and shelling from across the line of control and the working boundary, Samaa reports. The resolution was tabled by PM’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz. The resolution condemned killing of innocent civilians as a result of Indian firing and mortar…

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Army ready to counter any foreign aggression: COAS

KAKUL: Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif on Saturday stressed upon the need of resolution of Kashmir issue for a lasting peace in the region, and said the military is prepared to counter any foreign aggression, Samaa reported. This he said while addressing passing-out parade at the Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul. Gen. Sharif congratulated…

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World community urged for role against LoC violations

ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office (FO) of Pakistan called upon the comity of nations to play its role to stop Indian aggression, adding national integrity and sovereignty will not be compromised under any circumstances.  The officials of the Pakistan Army, foreign secretary and Special Assistant to the PM on Foreign Affairs, Tariq Fatemi, briefed the foreign…

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Army capable of responding to Indian aggression: Musharraf

KARACHI: Former military ruler General (retd) Pervez Musharraf Monday decided to pay visit across the country in a bid to make his All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) functional. Voicing concerns over India’s ceasefire violations at Line of Control, Musharraf said that the neighbouring country’s prime minister Narendra Modi’s anti-Pakistan sentiment is evident. The APML chief…

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Four-day Indian aggression claims 13 lives

ISLAMABAD: The Indian Border Security Force's (BSF) continued to violate Pakistan’s border with unprovoked fire across Line of Control (LoC) and Working Boundary, pushing the overall death toll during the last four days, to 13. As a precautionary measure, at least 31 villages have been evacuated in Zafarwal and Shakargarh, as Indian extremist approach knows…

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Pakistan can give a befitting reply to India: Asif

ISLAMABAD: Defense Minister Khawaja Asif said Thursday that Pakistan is fully capable of giving a befitting reply to Indian aggression. In his statement, Asif said “Pakistan doesn't want tension between two nuclear powers”. The minister asked India to act responsibly. The death toll of Indian BorderSecurity Force's (BSF) motiveless shelling/firing on Pakistani villages has risen…

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PM Sharif calls NSC meeting over Indian LoC aggression

ISLAMABAD: Keeping in view the increasingly brazen aggression on Line of Control and Working Boundary, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif summoned an emergency meeting of National Security Council on Friday. The PM Sharif will chair the NSC meeting at 10 am on Friday, with all three services chiefs, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, Defence Minister,…

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PPP official website attacked by Indian hackers

KARACHI: After embarking on brazen aggression on Sialkot’s Working Boundary that hitherto claimed the lives of at least ten Pakistanis, Indian hackers threatened Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, after hacking the PPP’s official website. A message that flashed across the website, says, “To Citizens of Pakistan, Pakistan’s Army, Pakistan Peoples Party and…

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Gaza death toll from Israeli aggression rises over 1,050

GAZA CITY: Renewed Israeli raids on Gaza, which followed a 24-hour lull, killed nine Palestinians on Sunday, raising the overall toll from the 20-day operation to more than 1,050. Following a 24-hour period in which Israel held its fire, the strikes resumed at 0700 GMT on Sunday with an initial three people killed by shelling,…

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Misbah slams Israeli aggression in Gaza

LAHORE: Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq Tuesday deplored ongoing Israeli offensive in Gaza, which killed 600 people and left thousands of others wounded. Speaking to media persons during a visit to IDP camp, Haq said that a conspiracy was under way to annihilate Muslims from the world. To a question, Misbah said that the whole nation stands…

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Syria accuses Turkey of 'aggression' after plane downed

DAMASCUS: Syria on Sunday accused its northern neighbour Turkey of “flagrant aggression” after Turkish forces shot down a warplane bombarding rebels near the border. “In a flagrant act of aggression that is evidence of (Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip) Erdogan's support for terrorist groups, Turkish anti-aircraft defences shot down a Syrian military aircraft that was…

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Kayani says army ready to thwart any aggression

Staff ReportISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani has said that Pakistan army is ready to thwart any aggression against the country, SAMAA reported.Addressing the concluding session of Azm-e-Nau-4 war-games‚ he said holding of such war games increases the capabilities of the forces as they would be updated with the latest technique of…

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