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Indonesian Submarines and Pakistan

JAWAD FALAK An Indonesian submarine that went missing has been found broken into at least three parts, deep in the Bali Sea and all 53 crew members inside the missing KRI Nanggala-402 submarine have died. Death of a human is a heart shattering event and the loss of so many precious lives in a world already beset by a pandemic...

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Indonesian Submarines and Pakistan

JAWAD FALAK An Indonesian submarine that went missing has been found broken into at least three parts, deep in the Bali Sea and all 53 crew members inside the missing KRI Nanggala-402 submarine have died. Death of a human is a heart shattering event and the loss of so many precious lives in a world already beset by a pandemic...

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Adieu to a prescient Sailor

Muhammad Azam Khan A very few individuals in the annals of Pakistani military history can be credited for leaving behind an illustrious legacy and a lasting impression on human minds. Late Admiral Karamat Rehman Niazi was one such personality. He was a gifted person by nature-animpressive blend of sagacity and foresight. Admiral Karamat Rehman Niazi, former Chief of the Naval...

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PNS NASR’s HADR MISSION TO BENIN-AFRICA: A VIBRANT STEP FOR COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY

(Written by Naveed Mushtaq) By definition, collaborative security is linked directly with human Security and is extended to the broader conception wherein security of States and their common survival are interlinked. With such a vast scope, collaborative security and diplomatic efforts are persistent in the contemporary time with exclusive intra state initiatives like EU based Common Foreign and Security Policy...

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PAKISTAN NAVY HADR EFFORTS: REINVIGORATING PAKISTAN’S ‘ENGAGE AFRICA POLICY’

(Written by Ali Basit) Modern day navies are instrument of achieving States’ foreign policy goals through overseas deployments, port calls, multilateral/bilateral engagements and exercises.In a nutshell, modern States utilize naval diplomacy to increase their outreach in far areas of the world, wherein at times regular engagements are otherwise constrained, by promoting common security and prosperity initiatives. Recently, Pakistan Navy (PN),...

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Garbage and unhygienic conditions in Karachi

I want to gather the attention of the concerned authorities and the public towards the issue of garbage and unhygienic conditions in Karachi. It is high time to take the responsibility to make our society healthy, for which it is very important to keep our environment clean. I have been observing thoroughly that the garbage and waste are dumped on...

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Street begging is a widespread menace in our society

Street begging is a widespread menace in our society. I'd like to use your revered newspaper to bring the evil of street begging to the attention of the general public and concerned officials. Beggars can be found all around us. Whether it be a traffic signal, a hospital or a train station, beggars are making their day by targeting innocent...

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RIDING THE TIGER: INDIAN SURRENDER CONTINUES

JAWAD FALAK On 7 April 2021, the US Navy conducted a ‘navigation operation’ within Indian Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) without any intimation to India. To add insult to injury, the US 7th Fleet openly officially admitted the maneuver, saying, “On April 7, 2021 (local time) USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53) asserted navigational rights and freedoms approximately 130 nautical miles...

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Pakistan Navy and Humanitarian Assistance

By: AnamTirmazi Humanitarian response, sustainable development, and sustaining peace are three sides of the same triangle. Antonio Guterres The idea of national security is often misinterpreted as exclusively linked with defense of borders, which is opposite tothe true meaning of national security. With the changing nature of threats in present world, states can not only relay on the use of...

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WHY TO BE ASHAMED OF BEING GOOD AT YOUR MOTHER TONGUE?

There's this one thing I've been noticing in every other person i meet. Why do most of us think that degrading our mother language is something to be very proud of like why can't we just at least respect our mother tongue. Why people are so proud of not being good at speaking / writing / understanding Urdu and tell...

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Dog culling: You don’t have to be an animal lover, but at least be human

If you reside in any of the big cities of Pakistan, you must have woken up to the sounds of gunshots every few months. Gunshots, loud whimpers, more gunshots and then complete silence… a deafening silence. Dog culling, which basically means to kill, takes place to reduce the population of stray dogs and the occurrence of rabies. It is a...

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AMAN 2021 – A CONTRIBUTOR TO MARITIME PEACE

AsafHumayun A bright sun shone on the decks of PNS NASR.  It was 10th March,  the third day of the sea phase of the multinational maritime exercise AMAN 2007.  Since early morning, helicopters landed on her deck carrying VVIPs to witness the International Fleet Review.  President of Pakistan was the Chief Guest.  Governors of Balochistan and Sindh, the Chief Minister...

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AMAN Exercise: Epitome of Regional Integration

(Baber Ali Bhatti) Pakistan Navy conceived the idea of hosting the series of naval exercises in 2007 to promote regional naval integration and enhance compatibility inter alia. The word ‘AMAN’ is chosen from Urdu, the national language of Pakistan, which means “peace”. The exercise hosted by Pakistan’s navy invites to bring more than 45 countries’ navies together under one slogan...

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PAKISTAN HOSTING SEVENTH MULTINATIONAL NAVY EXERCISE – AMAN-2021

Written by Dr Hasan Yaser Malik Predominantly, the prominent civilizations like Circa, Indus Valley and Egypt have emerged and developed along the seas and rivers. Presently 2.4 billion people are living within 60 miles of the coast as ports and sea have always provided prudent prospects for explorers and admirals like lbn Battuta, Zheng He and Khair-UdinBarbarossa who dominated the...

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MULTINATIONAL NAVAL DRILL AMAN – MANIFESTATION OF PURSUIT FOR PEACE

By Muhammad Akhtar Indian Ocean is the world's third largest ocean its geographical location and strategic waterways provide the shortest and most economical lines of communication to Atlantic and Pacific Oceans The World today is becoming more and more dependent upon the seas as up to 90 percent of the Worlds trade is ship borne Pakistan is a major littoral...

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Swinging The Way Around in USA Politics

Not to be confused with the Republicans, typical Democrats, the likes we have seen before getting false hopes to former PM Benazir Bhutto and getting her assassinated on Condo Rice’s call of affirmation that she would be in safe hands even if she made a speech out of the car which, Rehman Malik, Her adviser, strongly opposed of. The ensuing...

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Manto The Writer, The Recluse, The Achiver, by Choice

Special Report by Ayaz Malik Where Whims and Attitude Rules The Beginning The death anniversary of the writer who preferred to live his life in slums to know the real self of life has left a leftist legacy that we cannot totally ignore. The writer, a migrant who somehow shifted from his elite circles to the dredged cabins of life there on...

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