July 5, 2024

PTI to take part in All Parties Conference for country’s sake: Imran

PTI founder Imran Khan on Friday said that his party would participate in the government’s All Parties Conference (APC) to discuss Operation Azm-i-Istehkam. The reinvigorated and re-energised national counter-terrorism campaign was announced by the Central Apex Committee on the National Action Plan last month. The government vowed to unleash the full force of the country’s military, diplomatic, legislative, and socio-economic arsenal to decisively defeat terrorism and extremism. Azm-i-Istehkam is the latest

Challenges ahead for UK’s next prime minister Keir Starmer

Britain’s next prime minister, Keir Starmer, wants to focus on long-term growth, but as he gets to grips with that challenge his first few months are packed with tough decisions. Foreign affairs US Relations: Starmer has said he will “deal with whoever is the president”, saying the relationship between Britain and the US is “above the individuals”. Starmer is expected to attend a Nato Summit in the US on July 9-11. Relations

Azm-i-Istehkam: Army brass concerned at ‘unwarranted criticism, deliberate misrepresentation’

The military’s top brass on Friday expressed concern at what it said was “unwarranted criticism by some quarters and deliberate misrepresentation” of Operation Azm-i-Istehkam. The government announced the operation last month after a meeting of the Central Apex Committee of National Action Plan, vowing to unleash the full force of the country’s military, diplomatic, legislative, and socio-economic arsenal to decisively defeat terrorism and extremism. Pakistan has witnessed an uptick in terror

Champions Trophy headlines Pakistan’s home season but India uncertainty remains

he Champions Trophy headlines Pakistan’s home 2024-25 season but doubts remain whether neighbours India will make the trip across the border for the elite 50-overs tournament, which is being held for the first time since 2017. Thanks to their soured political relations, India have not visited Pakistan since 2008 and the cricket-mad countries play each other only at multi-team events. Pakistan hosted the Asia Cup last year but eventual winners India were allowed