03 September 2015

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Kashmir is an unfinished agenda of partition: COAS

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

Security personnel, three militants killed in Bannu check-post attack

BANNU  Militants attacked the check-post of security forces in Frontier Region (FR) Bannu area today (Wednesday) claiming the life of one security official, According to details, three militants were also killed in an exchange of fire between both sides.The Khadam Shaheed check-post, 25 kilometres away from Bannu, was attacked by more than a dozen militants.Security forces retaliated strongly to the attack and killed three of the militants whereas rest of them escaped from the scene and also took the dead bodies with them.Security officials cordoned off the area after the assault and have initiated a search operation in the

Rain expected in the country, more heat for Gawadar

ISLAMABAD: Gawadar and Pasni will remained in the grip of scorching heat, the met department forecast on Wednesday, The Met department stated that the weather will remain slightly cloudy in Kashmir, Punjab and upper areas of Sindh.However, rain has been predicted in D.I.Khan, Multan, Bahawalpur, Sahiwal, Lahore, Sukkur, Larkana, Mirpur Khas, Hyderabad, Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Kashmir in the coming two days.A 43 degree celsius temperature was recorded on Monday in Gawadar and Pasni.

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