Pakistan News September 30, 2008 - Iraq, Afghanistan and now US eyes Pakistan

2008-09-30 12:42:15 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - Pakistan News News)

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CaymanMama.com press release distribution service publishes latest Pakistan news of September 30, 2008 in passing for Pakistanis living in the US and the North America

  • Iraq, Afghanistan and now US eyes Pakistan
  • New head of Pakistan’s Inter-services Intelligence Agency takes command
  • Why Farahi recovery is been kept a big secret
  • Military operation in tribal areas of Pakistan not time targeted
  • Eid fever takes on to Karachi Stock Exchange

Iraq, Afghanistan and now US eyes Pakistan

Washington: Suddenly the hearts in the US administration change, they are seeking to find law that could justify their unilateral action to root out terrorism and to wipe out militants who are hiding and flourishing in the tribal areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan boarders. The US Defense Secretary of State, Robert Gates seemed to be confused, he wants US to continue unilateral actions inside Pakistan and seeks to justify it through the UN charter that gives the US the right to take unilateral action in self defense and at the same time wants to foster US - Pakistan alliance in the war against terror.

New head of Pakistan’s Inter-services Intelligence Agency takes command

Islamabad: General Ashfaq Pervaiz Kayani, reshuffled the top army command and changed the setup of ISI command and operation by inducting Lt. Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha as the New Director General of ISI, he replaces Lt-Gen Nadeem Taj, who is now assigned as Commander of 30 Corps Gujrawala.

Lt. Gen Pasha has been lately been in charge of security operations in the tribal areas and other parts of NWFP.

Why Farahi recovery is been kept a big secret

Peshawar (Reuters): The Afghan diplomat who was kidnapped from Peshawar was freed yesterday. He was whisked away to a western mission in Peshawar. The security agencies and other police official declined to make any comment and expressed their ignorance on his release.

Military operation in tribal areas of Pakistan not time targeted

Islamabad: The Pakistan Military spokesman told the media yesterday that military operations inside Pakistan against the militant in the tribal area are not time targeted and as such setting any time frame is not possible. He said “It is a continual operation. It is not going to end in 2008 and it is not going to end in 2009. Don’t be optimistic, as far as the timeframe is concerned. It is a different ground and it will take some time.”

Eid fever takes on to Karachi Stock Exchange

Karachi: The traders and the investors did not seem to be in money making mood yesterday. The first day of the trading week was overshadowed by the weekend slow and dull trading sessions with major investors remaining at sidelines. The KSE-100 fell by 1.35 points taking the index to 9,182.80 points

For details on the latest Pakistan news visit: http://www.dawn.com/2008/09/30/index.htm



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