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Chief of Army Staff (COAS) attends 78th Formation Commanders’ Conference at GHQ

Posted by - June 15, 2021

Two days long 78th Formation Commanders’ Conference was held at GHQ. General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) presided the conference which was attended by Corps Commanders, Principal Staff Officers and all Formation Commanders of Pakistan Army. Participants were briefed on prevalent geo-strategic environment, challenges to national security and own strategy in response

COAS Addresses Officers And Faculty of Command & Staff College

Posted by - May 31, 2021

General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) visited Command & Staff College (C&SC), Quetta today (Monday) and addressed officers and faculty of Command & Staff College. According to the details, COAS has addressed staff course-2020/21, focused on professional matters, internal & external security situation, and matters concerning the regional security environment. Speaking on

Twitter concerned about staff safety after Indian police’s visit

Posted by - May 27, 2021

Twitter said on Thursday it was worried about the safety of its staff in India, days after police visited its office as part of a probe related to the social media firm’s tagging of some ruling party posts as manipulated. Indian police on Monday visited a Twitter office to serve a notice to the micro-blogging

Chief of Air Staff expresses grief over death of Nigeria’s army chief

Posted by - May 22, 2021

Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Baber Sidhu, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force on Saturday has expressed his heartfelt sorrow and grief over the sad demise of Nigeria’s army chief, Lieutenant General Ibrahim Attahiru, who died in a plane crash on Friday. The Air Chief prayed for the eternal bliss of the departed

US orders staff to leave Kabul due to threats

Posted by - April 28, 2021

WASHINGTON: The United States has ordered non-essential staff to leave its Kabul embassy, citing increased threats as Washington prepares to end its 20-year war in Afghanistan. The order came two weeks after President Joe Biden announced that US troops, currently around 2,500, would leave the country by September. Meanwhile, Zalmay Khalilzad, Washington s special envoy to

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