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  1. Today marks the passing of a year since 40 Indian jawans lost their lives in the deadly Pulwama terror attack and the entire country is paying homage to the fallen heroes in their own way. One man, in particular, came up with a powerful way that he could honour all the martyrs - by making a special memorial for them. Umesh Gopinath Jadhav, a Bengaluru-based musician, travelled throughout the country to meet the families of the martyrs and collect soil from outside of their houses. © ANI He spent a good portion of 2019 travelling 61,000 kilometres covering 16 states and achieving this incredible feat. Hats off to him, for real, this is one of the best tributes ever. He collected all the soil in one urn which is now displayed at the memorial that was inaugurated today at Lethpora camp in the Pulwama district. The CRPF had invited Jadhav as a special guest at the wreath-laying ceremony since he's gone above and beyond to honour not just the martyred jawans but also their families. © ANI And, this was all him, he didn't have any donations or sponsorships, it's all just from the good of his heart. After the ceremony, he said, "My main purpose was to pay respect and homage to the jawans who lost their lives in the attack. I have travelled more than 61,000 kilometres to collect the soil. Their soil is for mother earth. I am proud that I met all the families of Pulwama martyrs and sought their blessings. Parents lost their son, wives lost their husbands, children lost their fathers and friends lost their friends. I collected soil from their houses and their cremation grounds." He added, "India stands with them, this is my message to the Armed Forces of the country. This is my small effort to show respect for the martyrs." © ANI But, he's still not done it seems, as he's also hoping to raise about Rs 50,000 for each of the martyrsâ families. What a great man! View the full article
  2. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/b6a7291f1a98c91449233de6597f08a7.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Mi8xNy8yMDE4IDU6NTE6NTEgUE0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1RTnZyeTlLQW5DZGpUUGVJZG5ldkxRPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] MUNICH: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa Saturday told a military conference in Munich that Pakistan defeated al-Qaeda, Tehreek-e-Taliban and other outlawed militant groups, and they can proudly say that no organised militant camps exist on Pakistani soil today. The army chief said so while giving Pakistan?s perspective on global and regional security at Munich Security Conference in Germany. General Bajwa said that terrorists have sanctuaries in Afghanistan, from where attacks are being coordinated against Pakistan. He said that Pakistan is ready to cooperate for peace and stability in Afghanistan, however, stressed on joint efforts by all the countries to eradicate the menace of terrorism. Expressing concerns over terrorists' presence in Afghanistan, the COAS said that Pakistan has undertaken fencing of its border with Afghanistan and that elimination of terrorism requires global cooperation. "We can proudly say that there are no militant camps in Pakistan," he said, mentioning reports of Daesh (Islamic State) militants' regrouping in Afghanistan. He maintained that the territory of neither of Pakistan and Afghanistan should be used against the other. The COAS said that Pakistan has been implementing National Action Plan (NAP) in the war against terrorism. He said that Pakistan is not just conducting military offensives against terrorists, rather it has also taken action against the financiers. General Bajwa said the menace of terrorism was fought through joint efforts by the entire nation, noting that clerics from all schools of thought issued a decree against terrorism in the name of religion.
  3. KARACHI: The Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor Thursday said that Pakistan has restored peace on its soil and now Afghanistan will also have to do so. In an interview with a private TV channel, the DG ISPR said, "Fighting war against terrorism was a difficult phase, however, we restored peace on our side and now Afghanistan will have to do so." He said the Taliban had influence in seven tribal agencies in Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), but the Pakistani nation proved that they were determined [to eliminate terrorism]
  4. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/847981a897375bae530483e30429d3d7.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTEvMTYvMjAxNyA5OjU0OjMxIEFNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9QWVUOVZkdXNWaVZLcExlNGpRQ0RWUT09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal said on Thursday that India is using Afghan soil for terrorism in Balochistan. While speaking to journalists, he said that the terror incidents are an attempt to sabotage multi-billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). ?We will resolve all such issues in coming times,? he said. He said that Pakistan has moved beyond from the baggage of 1999 and 2002. Responding on a question, he said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan is calling for general elections earlier before its schedule because he fears that his party?s nominated candidates will not be elected in the Senate elections. The interior minister reiterated that the government will complete its term. He added that every Pakistani believes that the country is on the path of progress. ?Every single Pakistani believes that today?s Pakistan is better from its recent past,? he said. Taking a jibe at the PTI, he said that running a government requires experience, how can the nation hand over its future to a person who has not even worked in a Union Council. Turbat terror incident As many as 15 bullet-ridden bodies were found on Thursday from Buleda area of Kech district in Turbat. Turbat Assistant Commissioner Dr Jamil Baloch told Geo News the bodies of the deceased were kept in the hospital after their post-mortem was conducted. The funeral prayers of the deceased were held in Turbat and attended by the chief minister, as well as other senior civil and military officials. The bodies will later be sent to the respective areas in Punjab where the deceased hailed from. A special plane of the military, C-130, will take the bodies back to their home cities. Earlier, it was reported that ambulances from the Edhi Foundation will transport the bodies.
  5. Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor on Tuesday reiterated that Pakistan's soil will not be used against any country including Iran. Photo: ISPR TEHRAN: Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor on Tuesday reiterated that Pakistan's soil will not be used against any country including Iran. ?Pakistan?s relations with Iran are not at the cost of its relations with any other country and vice versa,? the DG ISPR said while addressing a joint press conference with the General Staff Officer of the Iranian Army in Tehran. ?We greatly value our relations with Iran, which have a positive history bonded by history, culture, and religion.? Major General Ghafoor said that the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa brought a message of friendship and cooperation to Iran and termed the Pak-Iran Border as the border of peace and friendship. Discussing Pakistan?s relations with Afghanistan, the DG ISPR said that Pakistan wishes peace in Afghanistan and supports all initiatives towards this end. ?We have done everything on our side of the border,? Major General Ghafoor said. ?There are no terrorist sanctuaries inside Pakistan.? During the press conference, he said that Daesh is growing in Afghanistan and poses a threat to the entire region. ?A regional approach is required to defeat this threat,? he said according to a press release by the military?s media wing. ?Pakistan has taken effective measures on the Pak-Afghan border.? The military?s spokesperson said that terrorists are likely to exploit the friendly Pak-Iran border. ?Enhanced Pak-Iran border security is of mutual interest.? He also thanked the Iranian supreme leader for his supportive statement on Kashmir. ?Kashmir is a long pending dispute between India and Pakistan,? Major General Ghafoor said. ?Regional peace and security remain at stake unless it?s resolved to the aspiration of Kashmiris in line with the United Nations Resolution.? The DG ISPR also announced that the Pakistan and Iranian army leadership has agreed to continue bilateral engagements for enhanced security cooperation and thanked the Iranian military and government, for the hospitality that they had extended during the visit, on behalf of the COAS. "Pakistan Armed Forces are capable of thwarting any threat with the support of the Pakistani nation," Ghafoor said in the press conference. "In Pakistan, we say that the prerogative of declaring jihad rests only with the state and the armed forces are a state instrument for its application against anti-state elements." A briefing to the Iranian media about Pakistan?s efforts, achievements, and sacrifices in the war against terror and towards regional peace was also given. The Iranian spokesperson also thanked the Pakistani delegation for its visit to Iran and acknowledged the successful visit and supportive of suggestions made by COAS Gen Bajwa. "Iranian soil shall not be used against Pakistan," the Iranian spokesperson assured. Major General Ghafoor closed the conference by stating that the Pakistani delegation was leaving Iran with 'positive feelings and strengthening relations.'
  6. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and his Turkish counterpart Binali Yildirim ISTANBUL: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and his Turkish counterpart Binali Yildirim on Friday agreed to bolster bilateral relations in diverse areas with particular focus on trade and economy. The two leaders, who met here on the sidelines of the 9th D-8 Summit, discussed bilateral relations, regional situation as well as other matters of mutual interest. Prime Minister Abbasi, while addressing a joint press stakeout with his Turkish counterpart after the bilateral meeting, congratulated Turkey for successfully hosting the 9th D-8 Summit and assuming the chair. He said Pakistan and Turkey were close friends and partners and always stood by each other in difficult hours. PM Abbasi said Pakistan considered Turkey's friends and enemies as its own and would never allow its soil to be used against the brotherly country. He appreciated Turkey for supporting the people of Occupied Kashmir, who were fighting for their right to self-determination promised under the UN resolution. He was also appreciative of Turkey for raising voice for Rohingya Muslims and Palestinians. Both of them were the victims of terrorism, he added. The Prime Minister lauded Turkey for its contribution in the socio-economic development of Pakistan. He also extended invitation to the Turkish Prime Minister to visit Pakistan and said he looked forward to the visit. Earlier, the two leaders in their bilateral meeting had a frank and candid discussion on ways and means to further strengthen the multi-faceted relations between the two nations. PM Abbasi said Pakistan was confident that both as OIC Chair and as an influential power, Turkey would continue to maintain its just and principled position by continuing to call for sending a fact-finding mission to Indian Occupied Kashmir to investigate the gross violations of human rights. He also appreciated Turkey?s strong support for Pakistan?s NSG membership and hoped that this forthright support would continue. On its part, the Prime Minister said, Pakistan will continue to provide all possible support to Turkey on its issues of national interest, including Cyprus. About the situation in Afghanistan, he said Turkey has always played a very constructive role in facilitating peace through better relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan. ?We look forward to Turkey?s initiative of organising the Pakistan-Afghanistan-Turkey Trilateral Summit at an early date,? he added. PM Abbasi seeks enhanced trade, economic ties with D-8 member states Prime Minister Abbasi hands over D-8 chairmanship to Turkey Pakistan welcomes Turkey?s diplomatic outreach efforts to resolve the prevailing crisis between brotherly countries in the GCC, as well as the call for the resolution of all issues through dialogue and negotiations, he added. He also acknowledged Turkey?s role in finding a political situation to the conflict in Syria as well as for graciously hosting millions of refugees. PM Abbasi thanked the Turkish Prime Minister for the participation of Turkey?s famous Mehter Band in the ?Pakistan Day? Parade in Islamabad on March 23, 2017 and performance of Turkish Air Force Aerobatic team, Solo Turk on the Independence Day of Pakistan.
  7. KARACHI: Defence Minister Khurram Dastagir while responding to the BRICS declaration on Wednesday clearly stated that Pakistani soil is not being used against any country. During his appearance on Geo News' programme 'Aapas Ki Baat', Dastagir admitted that Pakistan has not been able to tell the world the extent of war it fought on its soil. He said that following operation 'Zarb-e-Azb', there are no safe havens for terrorists inside Pakistan, while their remnants are being wiped out through intelligence-based operations (IBOs) under the military campaign 'Raddul Fasaad'. Leaders from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa condemned "terrorism in all its forms and manifestations" at the 9th BRICS Summit in China on Monday. The member states released the Xiamen declaration expressing concern over the security situation in the region. BRICS leaders condemn 'terrorism in all its manifestations' For the first time, BRICS name Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Muhammad while expressing concern at terrorism "We strongly condemn terrorist attacks resulting in death to innocent Afghan nationals....We, in this regard, express concern on the security situation in the region and violence caused by the Taliban, ISIL/DAISH, Al Qaida and its affiliates including Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement, Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, the Haqqani network, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed, TTP and Hizb ut-Tahrir," said the declaration. "We deplore all terrorist attacks worldwide, including attacks in BRICS countries, and condemn terrorism in all its forms and manifestations wherever committed and by whomsoever and stress that there can be no justification whatsoever for any act of terrorism. We reaffirm that those responsible for committing, organising, or supporting terrorist acts must be held accountable," it added further. Dastagir asserted that there is no place for any armed militia in Pakistan and only the men in uniform can carry arms in the country. Commenting on China signing the BRICS statement, the minister reiterated that China is an iron friend and all-weather strategic partner of Pakistan, however, it too had some diplomatic limitations while dealing with other BRICS member states.
  8. RAWALPINDI: US Ambassador David Hale met with Chief of Army Staff Gen Qamar Bajwa on Monday, a US embassy press release said. According to the press release, the US ambassador lauded the Army Chief?s May 18 statement regarding Afghanistan. The COAS had mentioned measures ensuring that the Pakistani soil would not be used against anyone. During the meeting, the hope for a stable and safe Afghanistan was expressed by both the sides. The Army Chief had reiterated that Pakistan would not let its soil be used against its neighbouring country, Afghanistan. Italian COAS calls on Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa The delegation was given a detailed briefing on operational and training activities of the Pakistan Army According to the US embassy in Pakistan: ?Ambassador Hale noted President Donald Trump?s call during his speech at the Arab-Islamic-American Summit for a vision of peace, security, and prosperity, and unity in conquering extremism and terrorism.? Ambassador Hale acknowledged Pakistan?s role and great sacrifices in the fight against terrorism.
  9. WASHINGTON: The Pakistan Ambassador to US Aizaz Chaudhry on Wednesday said that Pakistan is determined to root out all kinds of terrorism and will not let its soil be used to stage attacks against any country. Pakistan’s envoy to the US was speaking to journalists who met him in Washington DC. Chaudhry explained that peace in Afghanistan is directly linked to peace in the region, saying Pakistan is willing to work with the relevant stakeholders to bring peace to the country. Read more: Aizaz discusses Afghan peace, border stability with US NSA “Pakistan has made tremendous sacrifices in the war against terror,” he said, adding that the Pak-Afghan border area was cleared of terrorists as part of Operation Zarb-e-Azb. “Terrorism had an adverse impact on Pakistan’s economy,” he stated, adding that, “now, however, foreign investors, including those from the US, are now heading towards Pakistan for investment purposes.” He stated that Pakistan’s negative image is an issue of the past, and urged the international community to look at Pakistan from a fresh perspective. Read more: Security, economic situation in Pakistan has improved tremendously: Aizaz Chaudhry “Pakistan has made substantial progress on the economic and security fronts, and is on the path towards sustainable economic development,” he stated further.
  10. In what can only be called a very morbid recent decision, Trump did exactly what many of us across the globe had been fearful of—he ordered a four-month ban against six Muslim-majority countries entering the United States of America. These countries are Libya, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Iran and Yemen. He excluded Egypt, Turkey and Saudi Arabia—all of which belong to the same region—from the list on the grounds that the US is doing business with these countries. Bloomberg Expressing grief and concern about the order, Facebook Founder & CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, took to the social networking site to air his piece of mind. Here’s what he said: Despite raising his concerns, Zuckerberg remained hopeful of the Trump regime as he reminded his followers—and maybe, secretly even Trump—that the President will “work something out”, just like he said he would. Facebook Zuckerberg even went on to highlight the reality of the situation, stating that, "Right now, 750,000 Dreamers benefit from the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that allows them to live and work legally in the US. I hope the President and his team keep these protections in place, and over the next few weeks I'll be working with our team at FWD.us to find ways we can help. I'm also glad the President believes our country should continue to benefit from "people of great talent coming into the country." President Trump, you may not be our President, but you are one of the world leaders who, as much as we despise saying it, is being looked up to by God knows how many millions of people. Don’t let them down.
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