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Vol. 5-Issue No 41 11th December, 2020 Editorial NICC WILL TIGHTEN THE NOOSE AGAINST TERRORISTS National Intelligence Coordination Committee (NICC), Pakistan, has been formed to bring the over two dozen intelligence organisations in the country closer, to share intelligence, mainly to counter terrorism. The legacy of intelligence failures in relation to Osama Bin Laden Abbottabad […]

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    Vol. 5-Issue No 39 23rd November, 2020 Editorial THE RISING THREATS Pakistan is grappling with internal threats of terrorism, extremism and radicalization and external threats from the belligerent forces at its eastern and western borders. The complexity of situation compounds when the sources and perpetrators of both threats, internal and external, support and supplement each […]

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    Vol. 4-Issue No 36 24th October, 2020 INTRODUCTION The period under review witnessed terrorist activities in KP, Balochistan and in Karachi city. The terrorists and insurgents conducted low intensity insurgency to wear out the forces. Similarly, Karachi is being targeted with a mix of terrorism, low intensity urban guerilla tactics and acute sectarianism. The situation […]

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    Vol. 4-Issue No 34 9th  October, 2020 NATIONAL Terror incidents in North Waziristan & Kohat Pakistan Army’s Captain Abdullah Zafar was killed during exchange of fire with terrorists during night patrolling, along with other security personnel, in Shakai of South Waziristan (28th September). A police constable Fazal Ghani was shot dead by unidentified assailants in […]

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    Vol. 4-Issue No 32 21st September, 2020 NATIONAL Soldiers killed in North Waziristan, KPK A soldier namely, Sajid Ali, embraced martyrdom as a result of roadside mine blast near a check post on Boy a Road, Miramshah, North Waziristan tribal District (12th September). Two other soldiers, Hawaldar Taj Bar Ali Sepoy Rashid were martyred during […]

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    Vol. 4-Issue No 30 07th September, 2020 NATIONAL Six soldiers killed in two incidents in South Waziristan Three personnel of the security force, namely Subedar Nadeem, Lance Naik Mussawar and Sepoy Saleem embraced martyrdom and four others were injured in an attack by the terrorists in South Waziristan District of KP. No militant group claimed […]

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    Vol. 5-Issue No 37 02nd November, 2020 INTRODUCTION During the period under review terrorist acts at Quetta and Peshawar gave a clear indication of the resurgence of terrorism in various parts of Pakistan. In Quetta the blast took place while the PDM jalsa was taking place there. The next jalsa of PDM is scheduled to be […]

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    Vol. 4-Issue No 35 16th October, 2020 INTRODUCTION During the last week, there has been an increase in the terrorist activities and crimes, especially in the provinces of KPK and Balochsitan and in the city of Karachi. Besides, a number of episodes and incidents of extremsim, sectarianism and intolerance has added to the gravity of […]

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    Vol. 4-Issue No 33 29th September, 2020 NATIONAL Polio worker shot dead in North Waziristan/ Kidnapped in Kohlu, Balochistan A lady health worker Naheed Gull, involved in polio vaccine campaign, was shot dead by unidentified attackers in Khushal Toorikhel area, Mir Ali of North Waziristan tribal District (21st September).   The martyredhealth worker was posted as […]

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    Vol. 4-Issue No 31 14th September, 2020 NATIONAL Action against terrorists in North and South Waziristan Districts of KPK Three terrorists were killed during an encounter with the security personnel in Kaskai area, Sarwaki Tehsil of South Waziristan Tribal District. The killed terrorists were identified as Shamas Din, Rahmat ullah and Adil, reportedly affiliated with […]

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