Saturday, 17 September 2011

Decisions Against Terrorism Will Be Based On Pak Sovereignty: General Kayani

SEVILLE: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani attended the NATO chief of defence meeting in Spain and also met Admiral Mullen.

According to a statement issued by the ISPR, COAS Kayani addressed the meeting and spoke about Pakistan’s role in the war on terror. General Kayani shed light on sacrifices Pakistan had made in the fight against terror.

General Kayani said decisions in the war against terror would be made keeping in mind Pakistan’s sovereignty, national interests and aspirations of the Pakistani nation. Kayani underlined that Pakistan has a sovereign right to formulate its policies in line with it own national interests and the wishes of its people.

For the First Time in History Iran opens Islamic Awakening conference in Tehran


Iran launches the first international conference on Islamic Awakening and the popular uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa in the Iranian capital Tehran.


General Secretary of the conference, Ali Akbar Velayati, announced earlier that more than 500 scholars and prominent figures from 80 countries were participating in the two-day event, which opened Saturday morning at the IRIB International Conference center, IRNA reported. 


A number of senior Iranian officials and scholars will also take part in the conference, which will focus on Islamic Awakening and the recent revolutions in Muslim countries. 

Salahuddin - I'm Missing you so desperately

First Look at Indian Navy's Boeing P-81 : An eye on enemy's weapons


Indian Navy's P-8I

Indian Navy's P-8I  

Turkish Frigates to Confront Israhell Ships in Mediterranean

Turkish Navy's Barbaros class frigate F246 Salihreis
The Turkish Navy is planning to dispatch three frigates to the Eastern Mediterranean to ensure freedom of navigation and to confront Israeli warships if necessary, a Turkish news report said on Monday.

The Turkish frigates, to be dispatched by the Navy's Southern Sea Area Command, will provide protection to civilian ships carrying humanitarian aid to Gaza, blockaded by Israel since 2007, the Turkish daily Sabah reported. If the Turkish warships encounter an Israeli military ship outside Israel's 12-mile territorial waters, they will advance up to 100 meters close to the ship and disable its weapon system, in a confrontation that resembles dogfights in the Aegean Sea with Greek jet fighters, according to the report.
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