Pakistan Railways Security Strategy

  The CPSS with the cooperation of Pakistan Railways Police is carrying out research to formulate a strategy for the security of Pakistan Railways. A team of CPSS interns, who are students of ISCS, Punjab University visited all provinces and gathered concrete information in this regard. Honourary Director CPSS Naveed Elahi expressed satisfaction over the […]

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    OPERATION ZARB E AZB: FACTS & CAUTIONS

    Long awaited army operation Zarb e Azb, named after the sword of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), has been launched to flush the terrorists from North Waziristan. The Prime Minister has directed to continue the operation till the elimination of last terrorist and establishment of complete peace in the tribal region. Prime Minister had shown lot of patience and exhausted all […]

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  • PRIME MINISTERS MEET FOR PEACE

    The Prime Minister-elect of India, Narendra Modi invited the Prime Minister of Pakistan Muhammad Nawaz Sharif to attend the former’s swearing in ceremony at New Delhi. The latter accepted it. It was a gracious gesture on part of the leaders of two perpetually estranged neighbours. This first right step to amble towards peace and to pick the […]

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  • GOVERNMENT-TTP PEACE TALKS; A REVIEW

    Talks with TTP are a history now; at least till the operation Zarb-e-Azb is underway. The Government of Pakistan had initiated the peace process in February 2014 in a bid to end the TTP’s seven-years insurgency, which has claimed thousands of lives. The Taliban leaders had presented three demands to the government as important stepping-stone for talks. First […]

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  • THE KARACHI VIOLENCE

    Karachi is in grip of violence for last many years. Though it has suffered from stints of violence since 1980s, the present streak of sustained violence is continuing since 2007 which had started off when Gen® Pervez Musharraf, former President of Pakistan ignited the situation by calling it a demonstration of ‘power’ and looked the other way when marauders resorted […]

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  • RECURRING TENSIONS ON PAK-AFGHAN BORDER

    Cross-border clashes between Afghan and Pakistani security forces have broken out for the second time in the first week of May, 2014, escalating tensions between the two countries. The crossfire started after Pakistani troops tried to repair a gate on the border in the Afghan district of Goshta, which Afghanistan says encroached on its side. The Durand Line […]

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  • PAKISTAN TEST-FIRED HATF-III BALLISTIC MISSILE

    Pakistan conducted a successful training launch (May 8, 2014) of short-range surface-to-surface Ballistic Missile Hatf III (Ghaznavi), capable of delivering nuclear and conventional warheads up to a range of 290 kilometers. It signaled an upgradation of various capabilities of Weapons Systems as the statement issued by Pakistan Inter-Services Public relations (ISPR) on April 9, 2014 indicated. Pakistan successfully testfired nuclear capable Hatf-IV […]

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  • DO WE NEED MORE US DRONE HELP?

    After a lull of six months the US drones fired missiles on militants on 11th June 2014 followed by another on 18th June. The last Predator fired missiles in Pakistan on December 25, 2013 near Miranshah, capital of North Waziristan tribal area resulted in death of 3-4 people. The CIA had not carried out a strike in Pakistan since then. The frequency […]

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