ISLAMABAD — A deal for Pakistan to directly import Russian engines for the JF-17 Thunder multi-role fighter will improve the program and may lead to more Russian-made parts for the aircraft, analysts say.
News broke over the weekend that Pakistan would directly import the Klimov RD-93 engines from Russia rather than via China, which reportedly also supports the deal.
Kaiser Tufail, an analyst and former air commodore, said he believes the deal...
I have a question for my Pakistani friend.
I do not know much your army. I would like to know why the pakistant not buy the F-15? it is the American who refuses? .
because India will deploy su-30, burst and su-t50. pakistan will soon exceed in quality and quantity. the F-16 will not make the weight.
consider you to order the CF-31? , rafale? , Pakfa? F-15? eurofighter?
I was going through some stuff on the internet early in the day and came across one of the most hilariously sophisticated visions of why we must not make fun of Pathans.
Their history goes a long way back and even today it is mostly just them who have given back to the country as much as the country has given them.
Link - 10 Reasons Why We Should Stop Cracking Pathan Jokes!
Not sure if anyone else noticed the ban but I really like it I am seeing great reduction in noise pollution specially on Friday at least in my area. Before the ban it was hard to focus on work due to constant distraction specially on Fridays at least two hours before Friday prayers due to some kid or wanna be Naat Khwan type person abusing loudspeakers. I hope its same for other part of country since I am talking about Rawalpindi/Capital...
Gwadar Port has potential to turn Pakistan into ‘maritime power’
Shazia Hasan Published a day ago
KARACHI: Maritime economy and environment remained in focus on the second day of the Sixth International Maritime Conference on Sunday.
The three-day conference has been organised by the National Centre for Maritime Policy Research (NCMPR) in collaboration with the Pakistan Navy at a local hotel.
“China has pledged $52 billion for infrastructure...
ISLAMABAD: While meeting Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday, Chief Of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif said that Afghanistan's enemy is also Pakistan's enemy, ISPR said.
He said this during his visit to Kabul on Tuesday where the army chief held important meetings with Afghan president as well as CEO Dr Abdullah Abdullah.
During his meeting with Ghani, both the leaders pledged support to each other in their fight against terrorism...
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