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The death toll in Pakistan's Balochistan province, Quetta suicide blast has risen to three as the woman injured in the explosion succumbed to her injuries, while 27 including 23 cops were reportedly wounded.
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Former ISI chief Gen Faiz Hamid, who is considered close to former Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan, has opted for early retirement
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Taking to Twitter, Sharif said, "Being in Turkey feels like being home, overwhelmed by the warmth of our Turkish brothers and sisters. Our bilateral ties have entered a new era of strategic partnership under the leadership of President Erdogan. We are on course to unpack the full untapped po
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The government's notification comes after Pakistan's President Arif Alvi approved the summary to appoint top military officers on Thursday.
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President Arif Alvi on Thursday signed the summary and approved the appointment of Lieutenant General Asim Munir as the next Chief of Army Staff (COAS) and Lt Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza as chairman of the joint chiefs of staff committee (CJCSC).
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Earlier today, Pakistan Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb announced that Lt Gen Asim Munir has been named as the chief of army staff and Lt Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza has been named as the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee.
Prime Minister of Pakistan Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has decided to appoint Lt. Gen. Sahir Shamshad Mirza as the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Lt. Gen. Syed Asim Munir as the Chief of the Army Staff using the constitutional authority, Pakistan Information Minister Marriyum Auran
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While addressing the Defence and Martyrs Day ceremony, the Army Chief said that armies around the world are seldom criticized "but our army is often subjected to criticism." "I think the reason for that is the army's involvement in politics. That is why in February, the army decided to not i
Gen Bajwa, 61, is slated to retire next week after a three-year extension. Besides the government, the Pakistani army also confirmed that it had sent the names of six top lieutenant generals for the appointment of Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) and the chairman of the joint chief of staff
Xi called it "important" to accelerate the construction of auxiliary infrastructure for Gwadar Port to showcase its role in pushing interconnected development in the region.
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Pakistan remains uninhabitable for the gender minorities asTransgenders continue to live a life of misery in the South-Asian country and the violence against them goes largely unnoticed. According to data from the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), Pakistan saw the killings of at lea
The tenure of present Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Bajwa will end on November 29. However, Pakistan's new army chief will likely be appointed before November 27, as per the Dawn report.