23 September 2014

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Zarb-e-Azb update: 65 militants killed in NW airstrikes

PESHAWAR  At least 65 terrorists have been killed in Pakistan Air Force (PAF) airstrikes in North Waziristan, Dunya News reported on Wednesday. Zarb-e-Azb operation in North Waziristan Agency is progressing successfully, ISPR stated. Five militant hideouts have also been destroyed in the bombings. According to ISPR, the airstrikes by Pakistan army at the terrorist bases resulted in killing 30 more militants whereas two of their hideouts were destroyed in the Data Khel area of North Waziristan. Earlier on Wednesday morning, the

COAS Sharif, PAF chief discuss Zarb-e-Azb

COAS Sharif, PAF chief discuss Zarb-e-AzbRAWALPINDI: Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Tahir Rafique Butt met on Wednesday Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif,The COAS and air chief marshal exchanged views on ongoing operation ‘Zarb-e-Azb’ in North Waziristan, according to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).They agreed that terrorism would completely be eliminated from the country.On Saturday, militants attacked the PNS dockyard facility in Karachi.  At least two militants were killed and four were captured during a six-hour battle.Tehreek-e-Taliban

Pakistan floods: Second breach created at Athara Hazari embankment

Pakistan floods: Second breach created at Athara Hazari embankment JHANG: A second breach has been created by using explosives at Athara Hazari embankment in an effort to save the Trimmu Headworks.The water flow at the Trimmu Headworks, where Jhelum and Chenab rivers converge, was over 500,000 cusecs.Official sources said over 700,000 cusecs of water was approaching the Trimmu Headworks and over 400,000 cusecs of water in Jhelum River was also reaching there, simultaneously.Over 300 villages of Athara Hazari and Ahmedpur Sial Tehsils had been inundated while water at

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