01 November 2014

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Army Chief to visit United States in November

ISLAMABAD:  Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif will visit United States of America (USA) next month (November) on the invitation of American Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey,According to Inter-services Public Relations (ISPR), Army Chief will make a 7-day visit to United States and meet senior military and political leaders to discuss important security matters. This will be Raheel Sharif’s first visit to America. The Pakistani general is scheduled to meet US Secretary of Defence Chuck Haggle, General

Sit-ins to fizzle out, Pakistan to prosper: PM

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Monday said the sit-in of a political party in Islamabad would ultimately fizzle out and the country, with the government’s efforts, would continue to make progress.Talking to media persons after inaugurating the International Investment Conference here, the Prime Minister said those following the immature politics of sit-ins should realize that the country at present was facing several challenges of national importance.“Let the government

Taliban storm Afghan court, kill seven: officials

Taliban storm Afghan court, kill seven: officialsKABUL: Taliban militants stormed a court in northern Afghanistan on Monday and killed at least seven people including prosecutors, shooting them in their offices at close range, officials said.The raid was mounted in Kunduz, a city which the insurgents have encircled in recent weeks and attempted to storm, so far without success.Four attackers wearing army uniforms attacked the provincial appeals court, triggering a four-hour gunbattle with Afghan security forces, provincial

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