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Marooned Pakistan should blame its generals and politicians as India is looking the other way

Unless the Pakistani people realise that it is their own Army which has always been the main stumbling block to…

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Days after seeking help in securing IMF loan, Pakistan army chief Bajwa likely to visit US: Report

Last month Bajwa reached out to Washington requesting help in early disbursement of funds from the IMF for cash-strapped Pakistan.…

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At least four soldiers killed, seven hurt in suicide attack in North Waziristan district

In recent months the northern districts of Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have witnessed a rise in suicide attacks, despite the government’s…

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Pakistan’s General Bajwa talks to US CENTCOM Commander amid Pakistan debt crisis

During the call, General Bajwa and General Kurilla, discussed matters of mutual interests, regional stability as well as defence and…

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Imran Khan remains in hunt for power, but all depends on coming Punjab bypolls

If PML (N) succeeds in getting a sufficient number of provincial Assembly seats on 17 July so that Hamza wins…

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Islamabad’s cosmetic war against terrorism

The recent arrest and sentencing of Sajid Mir to fifteen-and-a-half years, also for terrorist financing, in early June, has been…

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Pervez Musharraf’s possible Pakistan return reignites debate over his dictatorship

Musharraf came to power in 1999 after a military coup toppled the Nawaz Sharif government. He led the country till…

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From seizing power to being declared fugitive, a look back

From rising up through the Pakistan Army ranks to seizing power in a coup in 1999, stepping down in 2008…

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From seizing power to being declared fugitive, a look back

From rising up through the Pakistan Army ranks to seizing power in a coup in 1999, stepping down in 2008…

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Imran Khan targets military for his ouster, accepts his government was ‘weak’

Imran Khan admitted he did not enjoy absolute power and his hands were tied as prime minister, indicating that the…

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