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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogRear Admiral Abdul Basit Butt. Photo: Pakistan Navy ISLAMABAD: Commodore Abdul Basit Butt on Monday was promoted to the rank of Rear Admiral, according to a press release by the Pakistan Navy. In recognition of his meritorious services, Rear Admiral Butt has also been awarded Sitara-e-Imtiaz (military). He is a graduate of Pakistan Navy War College, National Defence University Islamabad, and Turkish Armed Forces War College, Turkey. Butt was commissioned in Operations Branch of Pakistan Navy in 1989. Over the course of his career, he has served on various command and staff appointments. Some of his significant command appointments include Commanding Officer 28 Aviation Squadron and Commander Naval Aviation. Whereas, his distinguished staff appointments include Director Naval Training, Director Naval Operational Plans, Sector Commander Naval Intelligence (South), and Naval Secretary at Naval Headquarters. He is presently serving as Director General Naval Intelligence.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogISLAMABAD: Three commodores of Pakistan Navy, namely Imran Ahmad, Muhammad Shuaib and Zaka Ur Rehman have been promoted to the rank of rear admiral with immediate effect, according to a press release issued Thursday. Rear Admiral Imran Ahmad Rear Admiral Imran Ahmad was commissioned in Marines Engineering branch of Pakistan Navy in 1985. He is a graduate of National Defence University, Islamabad. His distinguished appointments include Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Maintenance) Naval Headquarters and Managing Director Pakistan Navy Dockyard. Presently, he is serving as Commandant Pakistan Navy Engineering College, PNS JAUHAR, Karachi. The officer has also led Acquisition Mission of Oliver Hazard Perry (OHP) class ship in USA. In recognition of his meritorious services, he was awarded Sitara-e-Imtiaz (Military). Rear Admiral Muhammad Shuaib Rear Admiral Muhammad Shuaib was commissioned in the Operations branch of Pakistan Navy in 1988. He is a graduate of National Defence University, Islamabad and Naval War College USA. He has commanded Combined Task Force 151, 9th Auxiliary & Mine Warfare Squadron, 10th Patrol Craft Squadron and Pakistan Navy Ship NASR. His other distinguished appointments include Directing Staff Armed Forces War College, National Defence University, Islamabad, Director Naval Training at NHQ and Commanding Officer PNS AKRAM. He is presently performing the duties of Assistant Chief of the Naval Staff (Special Operations Forces & Marines) at NHQ. In recognition of his meritorious services, he was awarded Sitara-e-Imtiaz (Military). Rear Admiral Zaka Ur Rehman Rear Admiral Zaka Ur Rehman was commissioned in the Operations branch of Pakistan Navy in 1988. He is a graduate of National Defence University, Islamabad and has done Arms of Submarine Course (ASM) from France. He has commanded 25th Destroyer Squadron, Pakistan Navy Ship BADR and Pakistan Navy Ship QUWWAT, a missile boat. His other distinguished appointments include Director Naval Intelligence (Ops), Director Electronic Warfare and Assistant Naval Secretary (Ops) at Naval Headquarters. The officer has also served as Naval Attache of Pakistan to Ankara, Turkey. In recognition of his meritorious services, he was awarded Sitara-e-Imtiaz (Military). This article was originally published in The News.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsArguably one of the best batsmen in the world and his country's most iconic cricketer, Virat Kohli, over the years, has become a vital cog in Team India's batting line-up. Equipped with a wide array of shots, the right-handed batsmen is capable of tearing into the world's best bowling attack on his best day. But, after a series of consistent performances, the Delhi lad witnessed a rare dip in form which was evident in his team Royal Challengers Bangalore's early ouster from this year's Indian Premier League (IPL). With the demons of the IPL lurking in the shadows, Kohli faced an uphill battle to prove his mettle in the ICC Champions Trophy - a tournament where his predecessor had recorded a famous title win back in 2013. © Reuters Silencing his detractors with sublime performances, the Indian captain has enjoyed a prolific run in the tournament so far. The 28-year-old began his innings with a gritty 81 against Pakistan to script a famous win for his side. Though his dismissal for a golden duck against Sri Lanka in the very next time did raise a few eyebrows, Kohli quashed all the doubts with another influential 76-run knock against the South Africans. It's safe to say that the Indian skipper has finally regained his mojo with the willow and whatever doubt the critics had over his struggling form has also diminished. While Kohli's return to form has undoubtedly been an added bonus for the in-form Team India, his performances in the ongoing tournament has also improved his rank in the 50-over format. © Reuters Riding on some ferocious knocks, Kohli has now regained the top spot in the latest ICC ODI Player Rankings. The Indian batting sensation, who had entered the Champions Trophy 22 points behind number-one ranked AB de Villiers and 19 points behind David Warner, has managed to leapfrog the two famous batsmen. © Reuters While Kohli's ascension is surely a good sign, Indian fans will also cherish the fact that Shikhar Dhawan has made a comeback into the top 10, jumping five places to be placed 10th in the list of ODI batsmen. The Indian opener has scored 271 runs in the Champions Trophy so far and is currently the leading run-scorer in the tournament. © Reuters In the bowling department, Indian seamers, too, have benefitted from their recent performances to ascend in the list of ODI bowlers. Bhuvneshwar Kumar has vaulted 13 places to share the 23rd spot with Afghanistan's Hamza Hotak. His bowling partner Umesh Yadav has also gained two places to occupy the 41st rank, while Jasprit Bumrah has jumped three places to be 43rd in the list. © Reuters The only sign of worry, for India, seems to be their proven spin duo of Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin who have slumped down in the list of ODI bowlers. On one hand, where Ashwin has dropped two places to land at the 20th spot, his spin partner Jadeja, too, descended by three places and is now ranked 29th in the list.