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AAC meeting condemns braid chopping in IOK
Srinagar, October 18 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Muhammad Yasin Malik, has expressed concern over the plight of illegally detained Kashmiris who have been languishing in different jails from many decades and despite court orders are not being released.
Grand Diwali Celebrations at Ayodhya
After many years of sickular rule finally the birthplace of Shree Ram saw Grand Diwali Celebrations. Good to finally see Hindu Culture being celebrated



Grand Diwali Celebrations at Ayodhya
India can help US to keep an eye on Pakistan: Nikki Haley
WASHINGTON: India can help the US keep an eye on Pakistan as President Donald Trump has "taken tougher approach to Islamabad harbouring terrorists", US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has said.


India can help US to keep an eye on Pakistan: Nikki Haley
Tonbo Imaging products In the hands of the users

Finally, we're seeing more and more orders to these small, yet very specialized private sector players.
Jamaat-ul-Ahrar Chief Omar Khalid Khurasani killed in Afghanistan drone strike

ESHAWAR: The chief of proscribed militant outfit Jamaat-ul-Ahrar (JuA) has been killed in a US drone strike in Paktia province of Afghanistan, militant sources confirmed Wednesday.

Omar Khalid Khurasani alias Abdul Wali was ‘critically’ injured in the US drone strike in Paktia and was shifted to undisclosed location.

Khurasani hails from Mohmand Agency - one of the seven agencies in Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).

Two suspected U.S. drone strikes on Tuesday killed 11 people on the mountainous Pakistan-Afghanistan border, following a strike a day earlier that killed 20, government and militant sources said.

Taliban sources confirmed that militant commander Omar Khalid had been killed in the drone attack.

Taliban sources, on Tuesday had said 18 members of the Haqqani militants, allied to the Taliban, were killed in Monday’s strike and six in one of Tuesday’s attacks.

“There were some mud-built houses which were being used by the mujahideen (Afghan Taliban fighters),” said a member of the Afghan Taliban, who asked not to be identified.

No prominent militants were in the area when the drones targeted two or three different compounds, he added.

However, another Taliban source said two commanders were killed in Monday’s attack.

Taliban confirms death of APS, Bacha Khan University mastermind

PESHAWAR: Taliban has confirmed the death of militant commander who was the mastermind of Army Public School (APS) and Bacha Khan University attacks in Pakistan.

The proscribed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) in an email to the journalists on Wednesday confirmed the death of Umar Mansoor, the TTP’s commander in Peshawar and Dara Adam Khel.

The details regarding when, where and how Umar Mansoor died were not given by the banned organization's spokesman.

Earlier, there reports were circulating that Mansoor had been killed months earlier as well, at the time the TTP did not confirm or deny whether he was dead or alive.

Usman Mansoor Hafizullah will replace Umar Mansoor as the faction's commander in Darra Adam Khel and Peshawar, the spokesman said.

A Reuters report from 2014 stated that Umar Mansoor was educated in Islamabad and later at a seminary. He worked as a labourer in Karachi before he joined the TTP in 2007. He is said to have close ties to Mullah Fazlullah who was behind the attack on Malala Yousufzai.

Umar Mansoor, who had claimed responsibility for the deadly attack on Bacha Khan University in 2016, was said to be the mastermind of 2014's massacre at the Army Public School in Peshawar which left at least 144 people, mostly children, dead.

US had planned Abbottabad-style raid to rescue American-Canadian family: NYT report
The United States (US) had allegedly readied a team of Navy SEALs to launch a raid in Pakistan ─ much like the 2011 raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad ─ after a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) drone picked up footage of American hostage Caitlan Coleman and her children moving in a militant camp, the...

US had planned Abbottabad-style raid to rescue American-Canadian family: NYT report
PAF Future Leading Aircraft
We know that PAF is now facing lack of modern technology for future. We have in our fleet planes like F-7PG, Mirage III & V, which should have been phased out approx. 10 years ago. F-16 planes are though very good but in future we might see a problem in form of no genuine spare parts for replacement. JF-17 thunder planes are new and evolving...

PAF Future Leading Aircraft
CPC promises "a better life" for its people in key report
Source: Xinhua| 2017-10-18 12:44:07|Editor: Mengjie

BEIJING, Oct. 18 (Xinhua) -- The Communist Party of China (CPC) has vowed to satisfy the people's desire for "a better life" and written the idea into a key political document, as the latest assertion of the Party's people-centered approach.

The Chinese phrase "mei hao sheng huo", which can...

CPC promises "a better life" for its people in key report
Joyful flashmob at the Wanda Plaza of Urumqi,China’s Xinjang
Joyful flashmob at the Wanda Plaza of Urumqi,China’s Xinjang

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