Muhammad Azam Khan

  • T No significant activity occurred in the North Arabian Sea on the initial day of the 1965 war. Except for a botched attempt and few scattered bombs dropped along Pakistan’s Makran coast, the first raid by the Indian Air Force on Karachi made no impact. In the meantime, intelligence estimates ...

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  • TPakistan Navy biennial exercise Shamsheer-e-Bahr kick started during the last week of July. Scheduled to terminate later this month, the exercise is a major conceptual undertaking and extends nearly seven weeks. It is founded on contemporary and prospective maritime security threats and challenges ...

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  • TThe concept of warfare has been undergoing perpetual transformation since the end of the Cold War. Connectivity in a borderless world brimming with transnational challenges has precipitated changes occurring at a breathtaking pace. In twenty first century, maritime domain has emerged as the ...

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  • TThe US based influential foreign policy magazine, recently reported that India is building a top secret nuclear facility in Southern state of Karnataka (formerly Mysore) to produce thermo-nuclear weapons. Located in the city of Challakere, about 260 km from Mysore on the India’s western ...

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  • T“It seems to be a law of nature, inflexible and inexorable, that those who will not risk cannot win.” John Paul Jones, the famous founder of the United States navy and American Revolutionary, (1747-1792). The remains of the famous American naval hero, John Paul Jones lie buried at the ...

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  • TOn August 12, 1973, the National Assembly elected Zulfiquar Ali Bhutto as the country’s Prime Minster. A month later, on September 19, the elected Prime Minster arrived at the White House on a state visit. In warmly greeting the visitor, President Nixon declared, ‘the independence and ...

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  • TMuch against the prevalent global perception, religious extremism has risen sharply in India, the world’s largest secular democracy. Despite his murky past and a travel ban imposed by Washington for stoking 2002 anti-Muslim riots in Gujrat, Modi was voted to power by an overwhelming majority ...

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