Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Affairs

Going Beyond The Call of Duty – FC Soldiers help ANA soldier

Last couple of days have been heavy for troops deployed along our western borders. We lost good men in Bajaur and South Waziristan. In the midst of this grief Frontier Corps KP (North) troops in Bajaur received a distress call from an Afghan Army post. One of their soldiers was severely ill with a dropping body fluid level. FC troops at the post rose above and beyond the call of duty and rush ahead in the dark of night to receive the patient. Wings doctors also moved to the location of the ANA soldier. His condition was assessed and he was administered requisite treatment. After stablising he was assessed fit to return to his country. FC troops in the highest tradition of scouts saw him off and got back to their routine of watching the other side.

Terrorists fired from across on Army post along PAK- Afg Border in Bajaur

باجوڑ میں بارڈر پر پاک فوج کی ایک چوکی پر دہشت گردوں نے افغانستان سے فائرنگ کی۔ نتیجہ میں حولدار تنویر نے شہادت کو گلے لگا لیا جبکہ ایک فوجی زخمی ہوا۔

Pakistan overwhelmingly wins election to the UN HRC with 169 Votes out of 193

Among the five candidates from the Asia-Pacific region vying for four seats, Pakistan secured the highest number of votes.

Iran, Pakistan review boosting coop. between border provinces

The Consul General of Iran in Pakistan’s Quetta held talks with spokesman of the Government of Balochistan on the expasion of cultural, economic and social relations between the border provinces of the two countries.

Pakistan fully eliminates desert locust with China’s assistance

China provided 300,000 litres of required pesticides, 12 drone sprayers and 30 other spraying equipment, with a total worth of US$5 million, to help Pakistan get rid of an existential threat. Pakistani officials and farmers have expressed gratitude for China’s decisive aid against desert locust.

Pakistan says India sponsors terrorists in Afghanistan

Speaking at a UN committee meeting, Jahanzeb Khan, an official at Pakistan's UN mission, said India is pushing the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, and its splinter group Jamaatul Ahrar in "cross-border terrorist attacks against Pakistani military and civilian targets."

Pakistan pulverize India at the UN, call out Indian support to terrorism

"Over the last decade, thousands of Pakistanis have been killed or injured as a result of Indian sponsored terrorist acts."

Pakistan backs China over Hong Kong issue at UN

Pakistan, speaking for 55 countries at a United Nations panel, has said that Hong Kong affairs are China’s internal matters, and underscored the importance of non-interference in the domestic affairs of sovereign states – a basic international norm.

2 CRPF jawans killed, 5 injured in attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama

Two CRPF personnel were killed and five were injured after freedome fighters attacked a CRPF patrolling party in Pulwama of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday.

Pakistan earns $161mn from IT services’ export in July, up 40% YoY

Pakistan earned $161.980 million by providing different information technology (IT) services in various countries during the first month of the ongoing financial year (FY) 2020-21.