06 July 2015

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  • Kashmir is an unfinished agenda of partition: COAS RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif addressed participants at the National Defence University on Wednesday and said Kashmir was an unfinished agenda of partition.“Pakistan and Kashmir are inseparable,” General Raheel Sharif said. He emphasised that while Pakistan wished for peace and stability in the region, it was essential to have a just resolution in light of UN resolutions and as per aspirations of Kashmiris to establish this.The COAS also spoke of how noteworthy achievements in Operation Zarb-e-Azb had created space for decisive surge against terrorists in urban areas. He added that

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Fight against terrorism for future generations: Army Chief

Fight against terrorism for future generations: Army Chief QUETTA: Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif has said our fight against terrorism and extremism is not for today only but for our future generations, He stated during his visit to Command and Staff College, Quetta on Thursday.The COAS said that only a secure Pakistan can be a prosperous Pakistan. He said wars are not fought by Armies alone; rather it requires ‘whole of nation effort’.The Army Chief said our security threats are complex, multidimensional and hybrid in character. Traditional response mechanisms are therefore not relevant anymore.He said noteworthy achievements in operation Zarb-e-Azb have created a space for a decisive surge against terrorists in urban areas.

Saad Aziz: the boy next door

KARACHI: He was the regular boy-next-door. Saad Aziz, one of the alleged master minds of the Safoora Bus attack and murder of Sabeen Mahmud was a graduate from the prestigious Institute of Business Administration.Aziz graduated from IBA in 2011. His friends describe him as a mild-mannered and gentle person. “I met him several times,” said his university colleague. “He was never overtly religious. A very amicable young fellow.”At a press conference held by Qaim Ali Shah, Sindh chief minister on Wednesday, names of four alleged terrorists were revealed. One of them was Aziz, an affluent English-speaking business graduate.He owned a high-end restaurant called Cactus at the Sindhi Muslim Cooperative Society.“He was a client,” said A*, who

Some seminaries impart terrorism training: DG Rangers

Some seminaries impart terrorism training: DG Rangers KARACHI: Director General Rangers Sindh on Thursday said that some religious seminaries imparting terrorism training to their students,Speaking in a meeting of the officials of law enforcement agencies D.G. Rangers Major General Bilal Akbar said that the children reported missing from schools and seminaries being used for terrorism acts and evidence in this respect has been sent to the Ministry of Interior.He also claimed foreign involvement in terrorism attacks.I.G. Sindh informed the meeting that 10 accused were involved in Safoora Chowrangi bus attack. He said that the gang involved in the incident have overall strength of 125 members.

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