dude....your procurement and induction process is so slow and convoluted that by the time you actually induct them into squadrons and they are operational we will probably already be inducting new aircraft into our inventories
Another all too convenient "truth" many fanboys here like to parade around and let's just ignore the inherent differences in scale and procurement processes of India and Pakistan. By the way I've been hearing about...
Chinese couple marriage in Islamabad
CHinese new year Islamabad
It's funny but also sad and worries about our security system, even bank gurnards are also useless. Read!
Karachi bank robbery turns into comedy of errors - thenews.com.pk
KARACHI: Bank robberies are on the rise in the provincial capital of Sindh with criminals making away with millions in cash. Robberies are well planned, coordinated and within minutes the criminals are in and out of the bank.
However, on Friday a criminal’s attempt to steal...
A few years ago the German government imported police from Turkey to patrol areas in Germany populated by Turks. It was because each time German police acted against the Turkish population, there was a lot of racial tension.
Given the insecurity and racial tensions in many Pakistani populated parts of the UK like Manchester and Glasgow, and the bad relations between the British police and many troublesome middle class Pakistanis, could the...
Highly placed industrial sources have indicated to me that the deal for advanced Avionics, Radar, EW suite, HMD/S and MICA Missiles for PAF's JF-17 Thunder jets is back on the table. The deal was postponed after India removed Rafale from its MMRCA. Now that the Rafale deal with India is stalling, the French are willing to sell the whole package PAF wants for its Thunder fleet.
Haq's Musings: Pakistan Launches World's Largest and Fastest Biometric Data Collection Effort
Pakistan has started verifying identities of over 135 million cell phone users through fingerprints. The massive exercise is being described by Washington Post as the "world’s largest — and fastest — efforts to collect biometric information". The deadline for completion in March 14, 2015.
Several countries, including South Africa and India, have...
Exercises between French and Pakistani Forces - La France au Pakistan - Ambassade de France au Pakistan
TASK FORCE 473
On Tuesday, 11th of April, the French Carrier Group with the nuclear powered aircraft carrier “Charles de Gaulle” will hold a series of exercises centred on air defence with the Pakistan Air Force. These exercises will oppose the PAF aircraft to the Rafale and Super Etendard embarked on the carrier. They will carry out attack...
Pakistan’s greater role in a settled Afghanistan after the Nato withdrawal and denial of space there for covert Indian activities against Pakistan remains the focus of DG ISI Lt Gen Rizwan Akhtar’s discussions in the US, it has been learnt.
Defence sources said that during his first visit to the US as DG ISI, Lt Gen Rizwan would share the details with Washington of how India is trying to weaken Pakistan from the western front by extending...
“What’s the point of wearing a headscarf, if she’s going to roam around campus wearing tight jeans like that?” remarked a not-so-conservative friend, while referring to his former crush, after she turned him down. This was LUMS 10 years ago, a campus which shaped and transformed my worldview and those of countless others. I had grown up in Saudi Arabia with a clear worldview before coming to LUMS; more religion was the answer to any problem in...
NEW YORK: Former President Pervez Musharraf has said Kabul must share power with the extremist group Taliban and block Indian influence if it wants peace in the country.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal published here on Wednesday, he said that Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s September inauguration presented a new opportunity for reconciliation between the government and Taliban and related insurgent groups.
“Ashraf Ghani is a...
Army chief warns India on provocation along border
ISLAMABAD: Army Chief General Raheel Sharif has warned India that Pakistan would give a “befitting response” to any provocation along the Line of Control (LoC) and working boundary.
He made this statement during his visit to the areas affected by Indian firing along the working boundary near Sialkot.
“Let there be no doubt that any provocation along the LoC and Working Boundary will meet a...
According to Foreign Office, Kashmir issue will be raised with the Indian foreign secretery.
Kashmir issue to be discussed with Indian foreign secretary: FO – The Express Tribune
‘Govt may soon lose all control over Balochistan’ - Pakistan - DAWN.COM
KARACHI: The prince of the defunct Kalat state and chief of the Baloch Rabita Ittefaq Tehreek, Prince Mohyuddin Baloch, has warned that if the government fails to settle by the end of 2015 the Balochistan issue according to the aspirations of people, it will soon lose all control over the situation.
“We have so far managed to restrain [disgruntled] Baloch people but after...
Tech-savvy Punjab: CM approves free public Wi-Fi across province – The Express Tribune
And people in comments are complaining that it's gimmick, children are dying, hospitals bad and whatnot.
So perhaps India should stop investing in high tech, space exploration and all the goodies until its malnourishment problem is resolved. UNICEF says, 1 in 3 malnourished child of the world lives in india.
Some people can just never be happy, even if you...
Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif visited the Working Boundary in Sialkot on Thursday and met troops as well as local residents.
According to DG Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Asim Saleem Bajwa, the COAS visited the areas most affected by Indian violations and appreciated the efforts of both soldiers and residents with high spirits.
The COAS also said that repeated Indian cross border violations on the Working Boundary...
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