Posts tagged as: Siachen

FO says Pakistan Army prepared to deter any foreign aggression


Foreign Office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam has said in a statement on Wednesday August 13, 2014 that Pakistan’s armed forces were fully prepared to defend the country’s geographical boundaries and deter any threat of foreign aggression. Tasnim Aslam also said that statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleging Pakistan for proxy war is unfortunate. Tasnim […]

Pak army recovers soldier body as operation resumed

A body of a Gayari Shaheed was recovered Sunday afternoon as operation to recover the bodies of remaining soldiers buried under heavy avalanche last year.   A total of 122 Jasde Khaki of Shuhada have been recovered so far. Today first body of a shaheed was recovered after resumption of Gayari search operation, the army […]

Former president Pervez Musharraf urges Pakistan, India to work for Kashmir resolution

Former president Pervez Musharraf has said that the Pakistan army wants resolution of the dispute with India, adding that it was important to resolve the root cause of dispute between the two countries and the relations forward.   Addressing the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit in New Delhi, the former military dictator said that it was […]

Positive thinking require to solve bilateral issues: Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf

Extending an invitation to Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh to visit Pakistan, Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf has said that positive thinking was required to resolve the bilateral problems. During a meeting with Indian External Affairs Minister S. M. Krishna, the premier was of the opinion that terrorism was a curse not only for […]

The burden of Siachen – Part 2

Troop withdrawal, a necessary step Though easier said than done, it may be more practical for both nations to slowly start pulling their troops away from Siachen in order to save their soldiers from further misery. When the Gayari depot was built back I 1984, it was due to the fact that many experts claimed […]

Siachen and the burden it is – Part 1

Siachen, a mysteriously beautiful piece of a white sheet of ice has been yet another bone of contention between two states for whom, the smallest of the crisis always has serious and sometimes, bizarre repercussions. The politics between the two countries is a series of bizarre tactics in which both sides strive to surpass each […]

Pakistan ready to resolve all issues with India; says Hina Rabbani Khar

Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has said that Pakistan was willing to resolve all disputes with India, particularly Siachen and Sir Creek. While speaking to an Indian media outlet she observed, “If you look at may be some of the disputes that we have. We have Sir Creek, we have Siachen…Pakistan has already made it […]

The upcoming budget…

Finance Minister Dr. Hafeez Sheikh will be the most talked about personality in the days to come as he will present the fiscal budget for 2012-13 in the National Assembly. Apparently, it will be a dreadful exercise. It will be a chest thumping day for the government while both the opposition and the media will […]

Avalanche clearance work at Gayari Sector continues despite challenging weather

Avalanche clearance work at Gayari Sector continues despite challenging weather Rawalpindi – May 7, 2012: Army has employed all possible efforts/manpower for rescue activities at Gayari Sector since last one month inspite of harsh weather conditions. The excavators work at seven sites in is progress with full pace and restoration of water channel is also underway […]

Pakistan not ready to unilaterally withdraw its forces from Siachen

Pakistan not ready to unilaterally withdraw its forces from Siachen President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari has ruled out the option of unilaterally withdrawing the country’s forces from Siachen and expressed that Pakistan would love to vacate the world’s most futile battle-field, only if India also decides to do that simultaneously. The Siachen-issue arose in […]

Nawaz Sharif urges to curb sectarian violence

Nawaz Sharif, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Chairman condemned provincial and federal governments’ failure to curb sectarian killings in Quetta, saying country could not be prosperous without harmony among different sects. While addressing leaders of Shia-community, the PML-N chief observed, “The provincial government has completely failed to address the issues of Balochistan while the federal […]

Imran Khan not happy with the delayed decisions of Supreme Court

Imran Khan not happy with the delayed decisions of Supreme Court Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan has expressed his frustration over the delay of important decisions by the Supreme Court of Pakistan and said that the premier court of the country must take some strong stances against the corrupt government. The […]


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