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  1. NANKANA SAHIB: Captain Hasnain, who was martyred in a blast in Kurram Agency along with three other soldiers Sunday morning, has been laid to rest in his native town with full military honours. Four security officials were martyred and three injured in Kharlachi area of Kurram Agency Sunday morning, when an improvised electronic device (IED) blast targetted military troops stationed in the area. Four FC officials, including captain, martyred in Kurram Agency ISPR said the troops were on the hunt for the handlers of the Canadian-American Captain Hasnain, who was injured in the explosion, succumbed to his injuries at Agency Headquarters Hospital in Parachinar, the headquarters of Kurram Agency. The funeral prayers for the martyred officer were held in his native village Dholar Wala, which were attended by civilian and military officials and a large number of citizens. Military troops paid salute to Captain Hasnain Shaheed, following which he was laid to rest with full military honours.
  2. Pakistani security officials in the border areas. Photo: AFP/File KURRAM: Three landmine explosions in Kurram Agency resulted in the deaths of three security personnel. Officials of the political administration in Kurram Agency said the explosions, caused by landmines, occurred in the border town of Kharlachi as the Frontier Corps troops were on a patrol. Bodies of the martyred officials and the injured were taken to a hospital in the agency's headquarters, Parachinar. A search operation was launched by security forces after the incident. Four security officials injured in roadside blast in Kurram Agency The officials were on routine patrol near the Afghan border when the incident occurred On September 27 this year, four security personnel were injured when two roadside bombs exploded near their vehicle close to the Afghan border in Kurram Agency. Officials of the political administration said the incident occurred in Shorki, Lower Kurram. Kurram Agency borders three provinces of Afghanistan and witnesses several cross-border attacks.
  3. QUETTA: One policeman was martyred and two others along with a boy were injured in a firing incident on Faqir Mohammad Road today. According to the SSP Operations, the deceased policeman was in critical condition when he was brought to the hospital while the boy injured in the incident was a bystander. The injured are being treated at Civil Hospital, Quetta, according to rescue officials. Police are often targetted in gun and bomb attacks in the provincial capital. Earlier today, the suspected facilitator of the 2016 Civil Hospital bombing was killed in a shootout by the Counter Terrorism Department in Quetta. Police officials said the encounter took place on Qambrani Road, and led to the death of Asfandyar and the arrest of another accomplice. Officials said explosives and arms were recovered from the two. Balochistan Chief Minister Nawaz Sanaullah Zehri appreciated the police operation.
  4. Two Kashmiris were killed in a gunfight with Indian security forces in Bandipora district on early Wednesday morning, according to the Indian media. Moreover, two Indian Air Force commandos also died as a result of the encounter with Kashmiri separatists in Bandipora district early Wednesday morning, Hindustan Times reported. The commandos were part of a joint security team, which included army and police personnel. According to reports, this is the first time Air Force commandos have been killed in an encounter in Kashmir. The two men were injured in a gunfight with the separatists but later died of their serious wounds. The local Indian security forces claim that two 'militants' were also killed during the ambush. The Kashmir Media Service also reported the killing of a youth in Keran area of Kupwara district. On September 2016, as many as 19 Indian soldiers were killed in an attack on the Uri army base. The Indian army camp was attacked by grenades thrown by the attackers. Indian media claimed that the attackers were killed during an operation after the attack.
  5. Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa lays a wreath on the grave of Naib Subedar Muhammad Nadeem Shaheed. ? ISPR RAWALPINDI/JHELUM: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa Monday visited family of a junior commissioned officer (JCO), who had come under Indian shelling and embraced martyrdom in Rakh Chikri sector along the Line of Control (LoC) on Sept. 29, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said. General Bajwa visited the family of Naib Subedar Muhammad Nadeem Shaheed at their village Chah Ganja in Jhelum district of Punjab, the ISPR said in a statement. The COAS laid a wreath on the grave of the martyr, offered dua and interacted with the brave family, the statement read. The unprovoked Indian firing, in Rakh Chikri area of Rawalakot, Azad Kashmir, had targeted civilian population through heavy weapons, resulting in martyrdom of two civilians. Soldier, two civilians martyred in Indian firing across LoC Pak Army gives a fitting response to Indian hostility targeting enemy posts which engaged civilian population Naib Subedar Nadeem had embraced martyrdom while assisting evacuation of civilians who had also been injured because of the cross-border firing and shelling on Sept. 29. The army chief lauded the martyred JCO saying, "Naib Subedar Nadeem lived up to the commitment of Pakistan Army by laying his life while protecting our innocent brothers along LoC, who are being cowardly targeted by Indian Army." The Pakistan Army had given a fitting response to Indian hostility following martyrdom of one soldier and two civilians. In retaliation, Pakistani troops had targeted enemy posts which engaged civilian population, with reports suggesting casualties on the Indian side. Pakistan has time and again expressed concerns and protested with over the ceasefire violations and targeting of its civilians, but Indian forces continue to frequently violate the ceasefire agreement along the LoC and Working Boundary.
  6. Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa meets the family of martyred Lieutenant Colonel Amer Wahid at their residence in Lahore, Pakistan, October 6, 2017. Geo.tv via Inter-Services Public Relations RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday paid a visit to the grieving family of Lieutenant Colonel Amer Wahid (shaheed), who embraced martyrdom in the September 4 terrorist attack in Balochistan's Panjgur area. General Bajwa offered his condolences to the bereaved relatives and offered Fateha prayers for the martyred. "Our fight against terrorism shall continue till the achievement of enduring peace and stability," he reiterated. The COAS noted that the supreme sacrifices rendered by officers and men of the Pakistan Army shall never go to waste.
  7. RAWALPINDI: A soldier of the Pakistan Army embraced martyrdom after terrorists fired from across the Afghan border on an Army border post, a statement by the Inter-Services Public Relations said on Tuesday. The incident occurred at the recently cleared area around Mustil pass, an important passage from Afghanistan into Rajgal, in Khyber Agency. The martyred soldier was identified by ISPR as Naib Subedar Azher Ali, whose funeral prayers will be offered at Peshawar Garrison. Deceased has been identified as naib subedar Azher Ali. Photo: ISPR The "jasde khaki of shaheed will be taken to his native town where shaheed will be laid to rest with full military honour," said the Pakistan Army's media cell. On September 23, a 22-year-old soldier of the Pakistan Army, Lieutenant Arsalan Alam, was martyred during firing by terrorists from across the border in Rajgal, Khyber Agency, according to ISPR. Terrorists fired from across the border on the newly established Pakistani border post in Rajgal, martyring Lieutenant Arsalan Alam, who was commanding the post when he got hit, the ISPR had said. On Sunday, the army chief discussed regional security, among other issues, with President Ashraf Ghani during his day-long visit to Kabul. The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said both sides reviewed the prevailing security environment in the region and the bilateral relationship between the two countries. The army chief offered Pakistan?s complete support in achieving shared interests in the war against terrorism, including training and capacity building of the Afghan security forces.
  8. RAWALPINDI: The Pakistan Army on Monday destroyed two Indian posts after a civilian was martyred by Indian firing along the Line of Control (LoC), said a statement released by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The firing also injured four other civilians in the area. "Pakistan Army effectively engaged the Indian posts targetting the civilian posts," added the ISPR. On September 30, unprovoked firing across the Line of Control martyred a junior commissioned officer (JCO) and two civilians. The incident happened in the Rakh Chikri area of Rawalakot, Azad Kashmir, in which the Indian troops targeted civilian population through heavy weapons, the ISPR had said in a statement. On September 27, one civilian embraced martyrdom and four others were wounded after Indian forces resorted to firing in the Nakyal sector of Azad Kashmir. The Pakistan Army had inflicted casualties and heavy losses on the Indian posts in retaliation. NSC expresses concern over repeated Indian violations along LoC Pakistan has time and again expressed concerns and protested with over the ceasefire violations and targeting of its civilians. Top civilian and military leaders have expressed serious concerns over repeated violations by India of the ceasefire agreement along the LoC. The meeting of the National Security Committee, chaired by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, also condemned Indian atrocities against the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir.
  9. RAWALPINDI: Indian forces once again violated the ceasefire agreement resorting to unprovoked firing across the Line of Control (LoC) late Friday, the Pakistani military said, which resulted in martyrdom of a junior commissioned officer (JCO) and two civilians. This is the second ceasefire violation by the Indian forces during the last 72 hours. The unprovoked fire came in Rakh Chikri area of Rawalakot, Azad Kashmir, in which the Indian troops targeted civilian population through heavy weapons, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement. One martyred, three injured in Indian firing across LoC The deceased was identified as 22-year-old Mohammad Raziq while the injured include three women and a 14-year-old boy The cross-border heavy firing resulted in martyrdom of two civilians, including a woman, while another was wounded. A patrol team of Pakistan Army, assisting evacuation of civilians, also came under fire from across the LoC, which resulted in martyrdom of Naib Subedar Nadeem and injuries to three other soldiers, the statement read. The Pakistan Army gave a fitting response to Indian hostility targeting enemy posts which engaged civilian population, the ISPR stated further. There have been reports of casualties on the Indian side of the LoC, it added. Earlier on Wednesday, one civilian embraced martyrdom and four others were wounded after Indian forces resorted to unprovoked fire in Nakyal sector in Azad Kashmir. The Pakistan Army had inflicted casualties and heavy losses on the Indian posts in retaliation. NSC expresses concern over repeated Indian violations along LoC Meeting participants condemned the Indian atrocities against Kashmiris Pakistan has time and again expressed concerns and protested with over the ceasefire violations and targeting of its civilians. On Friday, top civilian and military leaders expressed serious concerns over repeated violations by India of the ceasefire agreement along the LoC. The meeting of the National Security Committee, chaired by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, also condemned Indian atrocities against the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir. The shelling by Indian forces along the LoC has resulted in martyrdom of several people, the NSC noted in a press statement.
  10. PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi extends condolences to the relatives of Lieutenant Arsalan Alam at his residence in Murree. ? Geo News MURREE: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Wednesday visited family of martyred Lieutenant Arsalan Alam and offered his condolences to them. The 22-year-old officer, from Gehl village in Murree, was martyred on Sunday while commanding a post in Rajgal Valley, which borders Afghanistan. The post came under fire from the Afghan side. The prime minister hailed the martyred officer for his valour and extended his heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved relatives. 22-year-old Army officer martyred in Khyber Agency Terrorists fired from across the border at Pakistani post in Rajgal, martyring Lt Arsalan Alam: ISPR Lt Arsalan Alam Shaheed buried with full military honours in native village The 22-year-old officer was martyred in a cross-border attack in Khyber Agency Abbasi also interacted with locals at Lieutenant Arsalan's residents and assured them that soon their village will be provided gas. He said the Gehl-Dhanda road will be named after the martyred officer. The premier said the government school for women in the village will also be named after Lieutenant Arsalan Alam.
  11. RAWALPINDI: Indian troops once again resorted to unprovoked firing across the Line of Control (LoC) in Nikiyal Sector, killing one civilian and injuring four others. According to a statement by army's media wing, the Inter Services Public Relations, a civilian embraced martyrdom while four, including three women, were injured. The Pakistan Army responded effectively, according to the statement, and inflicted casualties and heavy losses on the Indian posts from where the firing originated. Death toll from cross-border Indian firing near Sialkot rises to six ISPR said a total of 26 civilians have been injured, including 15 women and five children The army said the Indian forces deliberately targetted the civil population with heavy weapons, including mortars and anti-tank guided missiles. The deceased was identified as 22-year-old Muhammad Raziq, son of Abdul Khaliq and a resident of Balakot. The injured were identified as Irum Kauser and Ghulam Fatima of Balakot, Kalsoom Begum of Panjni village and Ahsan Kareem of Datot village. Ahsan is said to be 14 years old. On Saturday, a girl was martyred and two children injured due to unprovoked firing by the Indian army in the Nakyal Sector of the LoC. The Indian army targeted a village with the use of "small arms and mortars" and, as a result, Tashiba was martyred, while two other persons, including the deceased's sister, were left wounded. 22-year-old Tashiba ? the daughter of Muhammad Iqbal ? and her sister Aneeqa, 18, both hail from Balakot village. Last week, the Indian army violated the ceasefire between the two countries and killed six innocent civilians in Sialkot. One girl martyred, two injured by Indian army at LoC The deceased was identified as 22-year-old Tashiba, a resident of Balakot village The six civilians who were martyred included four women whereas a total of 26 people, including 15 women and five children, were injured along the Working Boundary in Charwah and Harpal sectors. The incident led to strong condemnation from the army as well as the civilian government and resulted in the summoning of the Indian high commissioner to the Foreign Office.
  12. An Indian army soldier stands guard while patrolling near the Line of Control (LoC) ? a ceasefire line dividing Kashmir between India and Pakistan ? in Poonch district, August 7, 2013. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta/Files RAWALPINDI: One girl was martyred and two citizens were injured Saturday following an incidence of unprovoked firing by Indian Army in the Nakyal sector of the Line of Control (LOC), the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement issued earlier last night. However, the Pakistan Army immediately responded "befittingly", with full force. The Indian Army targeted a village with the use of "small arms and mortars" and, as a result, Tashiba was martyred, while two other persons, including the deceased's sister, were left wounded. 22-year-old Tashiba ? the daughter of Muhammad Iqbal ? and her sister Aneeqa, 18, both hail from Balakot village.
  13. Lieutenant Arsalan Alam shaheed RAWALPINDI: An officer of Pakistan Army embraced martyrdom during firing by terrorists from across the border in Rajgal, Khyber Agency, a statement by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Saturday. Terrorists fired from across the border on the newly established Pakistani border post in Rajgal, martyring Lieutenant Arsalan Alam, who was commanding the post when he got hit, the ISPR said. Lieutenant Arsalan Alam was 22 years old, the statement said.
  14. RAWALPINDI: Four innocent citizens, including two women, were martyred in Indian forces unprovoked firing along Line of Control on Thursday, according to Inter Services Public Relations. Indian Border Security Force resorted to unprovoked firing of mortars targeting civilian population along Working Boundary in village Bini Sulariyan in Charwa Sector, said Pakistan Army's media cell. Pakistan Rangers Punjab befittingly responded on posts targeting civil population. Indian violation of the ceasefire agreement along the LoC is not uncommon. On September 13, a man in the Phuklian sector embraced martyrdom due to unprovoked firing from Indian troops, said ISPR. Muhammad Zahoor ? resident of Dewra village ? lost his life after Indian troops initiated unprovoked ceasefire violation along the working boundary in Phuklian sector. Mortars and automatic weapons were used by the Indian army to target innocent civilians. Indian misadventures along LoC will be responded aggressively: Lt Gen Nadeem Rawalpindi's corps commander visited Battal, Dawarandi sectors along the LoC on Sunday Earlier on September 10, Commander Rawalpindi Corps Lieutenant General Nadeem Raza reiterated the troops' resolve to respond aggressively and effectively to any Indian miscalculation or misadventure along the border. General Raza, during his visit to the Battal and Dawarandi sectors along the line of control (LoC) on Sunday, appreciated the high morale of the troops and effective response to protect civilians from Indian forces? shelling.
  15. In the last week of August 2017, a photograph of a sobbing, eight-year old girl went viral. The reason behind her uncontrollable tears was that her father, Abdul Rashid Peer was killed by militants in Anantnag on August 28. Anantnag, which is one of the highest conflict-afflicted districts of Kashmir, witnesses the death of hundreds of security personnel and civilians every other day. © Reuters The photograph that captured the entire nation's attention has now elicited a response from Indian Cricketer, Gautam Gambhir. Gautam, who has always voiced his feelings in support of the Indian Security forces, was moved by the heartbreaking photo of Zohra and took to his Twitter to make an announcement that has taken the internet by storm. In a series of tweets, he first expressed his disheartenment on seeing Zohra's picture and pledged to help her achieve her dreams by providing support to Zohra' education for lifetime. His tweet read, “Zohra,I can't put u 2 sleep wid a lullaby but I'll help u 2 wake up 2 live ur dreams. Will support ur education 4 lifetime #daughterofIndia” Zohra,I can't put u 2 sleep wid a lullaby but I'll help u 2 wake up 2 live ur dreams. Will support ur education 4 lifetime #daughterofIndia pic.twitter.com/XKINUKLD6x — Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) September 5, 2017 In his next tweet, the cricketer paid his respect to the martyred cop by saying, “Zohra,plz don't let those tears fall as i doubt even Mother Earth can take d weight of ur pain. Salutes to ur martyred dad ASI,Abdul Rashid.” Zohra,plz don't let those tears fall as i doubt even Mother Earth can take d weight of ur pain. Salutes to ur martyred dad ASI,Abdul Rashid. pic.twitter.com/rHTIH1XbLS — Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) September 5, 2017 Within four hours, Gautam's tweets have gained thousands of likes, retweets and comments by the citizens of the country who are elated by his decision to support Zohra's education. God bless you Guatam Gambhir. Hope other folks take a cue. — Mannsi (@Manasi_myview) September 5, 2017 Such a great human you are ! Always ready to give wings to people's dreams ! Always ready to help others ! Man with golden n purest heart ! — Gautam Gambhir Fans (@champggfans) September 5, 2017 I remembered this quote from my school days, 'Service to mankind is service to God'. Appreciate your efforts from the bottom of my heartð — RAjat (@Catalan_RajAT) September 5, 2017 Great Gautam Gambhir. You have tremendous concern and very humane approach for society. Proud of you. More than cricketer, you r Gentleman — BN Sharma (@bholasharma1955) September 5, 2017 Previously, Zohra's pictures touched the heart of the Kashmiri Police as well as the department responded with a heart-felt message (http://www.mensxp.com/social-hits/news/39201-moved-by-the-tears-of-martyred-cop-s-daughter-kashmir-police-writes-a-heartfelt-letter-to-her.html) on the Facebook page of DIG of Police, South Kashmir. This is not the first time that Gambhir has come forward to perform a noble gesture like this one. He had earlier decided to support the children of the 25 CRPF men, who were killed in a Maoist attack in Chattisgarh's Sukma district. He had announced that his foundation would pay for all the education expenses for those children. In April this year, he announced on his Twitter page, “The Gautam Gambhir Foundation will take care of the entire education expenses of the children of these martyrs," "The Gautam Gambhir Foundation will take care of the entire education expenses of the children of these martyrs." https://t.co/nUlKnB5dwz — Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) April 28, 2017 We can now only hope that other public personalities and citizens take inspiration from Gautam and reach out to people who are in dire need of help.
  16. QUETTA: Three Frontier Corps personnel were martyred while three others were injured in an attack in Balochistan's Panjgur on Monday, security sources said. According to security sources, armed men attacked an FC convoy in the Murghab area of Panjgur district. Subsequently, three soldiers were martyred while three others got injured. The injured were shifted to the hospital for medical treatment, reported Radio Pakistan. The attack was condemned by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. In a statement, he expressed profound grief over the loss of precious lives and has directed that best medical assistance is provided to the injured. In July, unidentified persons attacked the convoy of Balochistan Health Minister Rehmat Saleh Baloch near Prom area of Panjgur. However, the minister and his aides remained unhurt. The minister's convoy was en route to Prom area when it was targetted.
  17. RAWALPINDI/MUZAFFARABAD: Indian forces on Saturday resorted to unprovoked firing across the Line of Control (LoC) resulting in martyrdom of a minor girl, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement. Indian troops targeted civilian population in Chirikot Sector across the LoC, the statement said. As a consequence, an eight-year-old girl was martyred in Polas village, while celebrating Eid with her family. Pakistan Army gave a fitting response to Indian firing, which silenced enemy guns, it added.
  18. It is often said that a picture is worth a thousand words and we couldn't agree any more after we came across this picture of a five-year-old crying her heart out, mourning the loss of her father. Her unstoppable tears on her father's wreath-laying ceremony cuts straight through our hearts and no matter what we say, nothing can compensate for the pain and agony that the child and the family of martyred cop Abdul Rashid are going through. Assistant Sub-Inspector Abdul Rashid was shot by suspected militants in South Kashmir's Anantnag district. He succumbed to his injuries at the hospital. © Reuters Responding to the tear-jerking picture of Zohra, ASI Rashid's daughter, the DIG of Police South Kashmir posted a heartfelt letter on Facebook. “Your tears have shaken many hearts. The sacrifice made by your father will always be remembered. You are too young to understand as to why this happened.” The post further read “Your father like all of us represented Jammu Kashmir police force-a hallmark of valour and sacrifice. Remember we all are one family at this critical phase. Every drop of your tear sears our heart. May almighty give us the strength to go ahead with our mission of rendering services for the betterment of the society.” The letter concluded with the words “We will always cherish the memory of ASI Abdul Rashid as a true policeman who sacrificed his life in the line of the duty.” A place that was once called ‘A Heaven on Earth' has now become a valley haunted by terror and tension and the situation is worsening with each passing day. Amid the conflicts, attacks and tension, it is the police officers who are fighting constantly for us and it's their families that are suffering and mourning the loss of their loved ones. Although Zohra is too young to understand why her father had to lose his life, this emotional letter has shaken many hearts and makes us bow down in respect in front of these brave souls who put their lives on the line to ensure our safety.
  19. Two soldiers were martyred during a search operation near Angoor Adda area of South Waziristan agency, informed ISPR. Sepoy Ataur Rehman and Sepoy Imran Ali lost their lives in an IED blast during a search operation under Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad. Meanwhile, Frontier Corps Balochistan destroyed four terrorists? camps in different intelligence-based operations on Sunday, according to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR). Two terrorists were also killed during an exchange of fire in different areas including Kahan and Dera Bugti. In another IBO, FC Balochistan (South) successfully foiled a terror attack. In the last two days, FC Balochistan (South) has busted a network of terrorists and their facilitators.
  20. QUETTA: Two Frontier Corps (FC) personnel were martyred when their check-post was attacked in Turbat area of Balochistan on Wednesday. Security officials said three FC personnel were also injured in the attack, adding that the attackers fled as FC personnel returned fire following the assault. The injured were shifted to a hospital for treatment. Following the incident, authorities launched a search operation to look for the attackers. The FC, a paramilitary force, is deployed across the restive Balochistan province and is responsible for internal security as well as protection of the border with Iran and Afghanistan. Four FC soldiers martyred in IED blast in Turbat The incident occurred in Gawak area in Turbat when the vehicle was on routine patrolling FC repulses attack in Zhob, kills four 'terrorists' Suspected terrorists attacked Shoaib Nikka post in Zhob with machine guns and rockets late last night, the ISPR said
  21. QUETTA: At least 17 people were martyred while over 20 people were injured in an explosion near Quetta's Pishin Stop, reported Geo News. Sources claimed that the number of injured could be as high as 30. According to provincial Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti told Geo News the explosion was intense and the death toll could rise further. "The target was a security forces vehicle," said Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti. Casualties were also confirmed by rescue and hospital sources. The explosion reportedly took place in a vehicle. Multiple cars caught fire after the explosion. Rescue services reached the site and are conducting rescue activities. A large contingent of security forces reached the spot and cordoned off the area. Fire fighting vehicles started dousing the fire after the explosion. Injured are being shifted to Civil Hospital Quetta and an emergency has been declared in hospitals. Sources added that a number of injured were also shifted to Combined Military Hospital (CMH). Balochistan Assembly and FC Hostel are near the spot of the explosion and the area is categorised as sensitive. This is a developing story and will be updated as information becomes available.
  22. RAWALPINDI/LAHORE: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday visited the family of martyred Major Ali Salman in Lahore, said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). Major Salman was martyred along with three other personnel during an operation in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa two days ago. General Bajwa, who was also accompanied by his wife, acknowledged the supreme sacrifice of the martyred officer, added ISPR. "Maj Ali has made us all proud," ISPR quoted the army chief. "We shall restore peace, rule of law whatever sacrifices it may cost. No threat can deter [our] resolve of a united & resilient nation," General Bajwa said, while extending his condolences to the family of Major Ali Salman. Major Salman and three soldiers of the Pakistan Army laid down their lives during a military operation in Timergara area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Lower Dir district. Major among four army officials martyred in KP The officer, from an 'agency', was said to be leading an anti-terrorist operation in Timergara when a suicide bomber exploded himself Major Salman, who was from a 'secret agency', was leading a team in an anti-terrorist operation in the vicinity, when they were martyred in a suicide bombing late Tuesday, the military had said. As the army team entered the hideout of suspected terrorists in Sherotkai, a suicide bomber blew himself up, killing the army officials, while another was killed in retaliatory fire. The martyred personnel were identified as Maj Ali Salman, Havaldar Ghulam Nazir, Havaldar Akhtar and Sepoy Abdul Karim. It was stated that one suspected terrorist was also arrested from the site.
  23. RAWALPINDI: The body of martyred pilot Wing Commander Mohammad Zeeshan was recovered on Wednesday from the Sabzazar area of Mianwali, said a statement released by the Pakistan Air Force (PAF). The PAF pilot's plane had crashed in the area on Tuesday night. The aircraft, a F-7P used for training purposes, had crashed due to a technical fault, added the PAF statement. The body of the martyred pilot was taken to PAF's M.M Alam base after it was recovered from the crash site.
  24. An official of the Special Services Group in Miramshah, North Waziristan in July 2014. Photo: AFP PESHAWAR: A major and three soldiers of the Pakistan Army laid down their lives during a military operation, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Wednesday. According to the army's media wing, Major Ali Salman ? who hails from a 'secret agency' ? was leading a team in an anti-terrorist operation in Timergara, Dir when they were killed in a suicide bombing. The ISPR said the incident took place on Tuesday night when an operation ? based on intelligence information ? against terrorists was under way. Three of the martyrs: Major Ali Salman, Havaldars Ghulam Nazir and Akbar As the army team entered the hideout of suspected terrorists in Sherotkai, a suicide bomber blew himself up, killing the army officials, while another was killed in retaliatory fire. It was stated that one suspected terrorist was also arrested from the site. The deceased were identified as Maj Ali Salman, Havaldar Ghulam Nazir, Havaldar Akhtar and Sepoy Abdul Karim. First phase of Operation Khyber-4 successfully completed: ISPR Valley associated with Brekh Top is now being cleared, says ISPR Pakistan launches nationwide 'Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad' Efforts to include broad-spectrum security and counter-terrorism operations by Rangers in Punjab, and continuation of ongoing operations
  25. Indian troops pictured in Indian occupied Kashmir. PHOTO: KMS SRINAGAR: Indian troops martyred five Kashmiri youth in Kupwara district on Tuesday, the Kashmir Media Service (KMS) said. Indian troops killed the youth during a violent military operation in Macchil area of the district. The bullet-riddled body of one Ishtiaq Ahmad Wagay was recovered from Aalam Gunj area of Shopian. Gunshots were heard on Sunday night and residents later found a man lying in a pool of blood in the village, the KMS reported. Several people were injured in violent Indian forces? action at Somber in Pampore. As a mark of protest against the Indian police, journalists from print as well as electronic media staged a sit-in outside the office of the SSP Handwara carrying placards with the slogan, ?Stop harassing media.? Journalists were protesting against the thrashing of a reporter, Javed Zargar, by Indian police. Javed Zargar was stopped by Indian police at Watergam and manhandled after he told the police that he was a journalist.