Jun 10, 2014

Insurgents Attack Again Nearby Karachi Airport



A security camp nearby Karachi International Airport again targeted by the Insurgents today (Tuesday 10-Jun-14), it's almost 36 hours passed when an all-night strike by the Taliban gunmen at one of the most busy airport of Pakistan.

"The Airport Security Forces Camp is under strike. There is firing. The amount of the destruction could not be estimated yet," a senior officer at the FIA told.

It was not stated yet that who was at the rear of the newest attack.

Pakistan's National Television-PTV revealed that three insurgents had been encircled by security forces at the camp.

All incoming and outgoing flights whether domestic or international of the vast city were suspended.

The current attack damaged prospects for peace discussions among the Taliban and the government.

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Jun 2, 2014

India’s Greatest Security Hazard is None Other Than ISI

File Photo of Gen. V. K. Singh (left) & Ajit Doval (right)
The ISI has tormented India for a long time. This may be because of the enhanced diplomatic dialogue with Musharraf/Vajpai's regime.

Undoubtedly, Pakistan's counterterrorism methods, which have significantly flourished on the latest devices with the help of associates like China, have provided to coming this menace. There has been a better and a higher level of intelligence also, though gaping problems keep on being. Additionally, India's war madness (some Urdu journalists termed it as "Bharat ka Jangi Junoon"), is increasingly getting consumed by its own creation. But the reality is that Indian War Madness has been kept in check mainly because of the economic conditions of the two neighbors. For that reason, it won’t be wrong to identify the reasons of Pakistan’s relative ease on the terror front.

Now, the question repeated again with which this post started out that "who is India’s most harmful outer opponent"? An official assisted by elaborating that although there may be security threats to India from many other sides– like China, obviously – the ISI threat can rarely be put aside. There would be circumstances whereby India would not be able to point its finger to the ISI in the event of upcoming terror strikes, but would be left in undoubtedly who is behind it.

Currently the newly seated Prime Minister of India, Modi will try to find techniques to have diplomatic dialogue with Pakistan, but on the other hand he strengthens India's Security Council by adding ex-Army Chief of India Gen. VK Singh in his cabinet and entrusted him ministry of DoNEr (Development of Northeastern Region) and appointed Mr. Ajit Doval (An activist of RSS) as the advisor of National Security. Now it would be a question of fact that how both of them will cope with fountainheads of India-centric terror?

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Jun 1, 2014

TTP Strike on Pakistan Border - Many dead

15 militants and an army soldier were killed on Saturday after an ambush on a border post in Pakistan's restive northwestern tribal region.

As per statement of a senior army official "Approximately 200 Taliban militants from across the border assaulted a group of Pakistani posts and not less than 16 militants were killed in the brutal fighting,".

The attack occurred around midnight (10am AEST) in the Bajaur tribal district nearby Afghanistan.

The official confirmed that, "One soldier accepted martyrdom and two other soldiers were injured seriously,".
An Afghan man who was injured 
during an attack by the Taliban

The official further said that, "The activists of TTP Bajaur and Swat chapters had regrouped in Ghund town of Afghanistan and launched the assault from there,".

Another military official verified the assault and casualties. Bajaur is one of seven semi-autonomous tribal regions affected by the insurgency.

Islamabad filed a protest over the invasion with Afghanistan's deputy ambassador, the Pakistan foreign ministry said in a statement issued on Saturday, and the Pakistani ambassador in Kabul brought up the matter with the Afghan foreign ministry. The statement stated that "To repulse the terrorist attack, Pakistani soldiers answered with artillery and aviation aid. Any claims about shelling on Afghan citizens within Afghanistan are incorrect,".

Due to the fact that the TTP rose up against the Pakistani state in 2007, over 6800 people have been killed in blast and gun attacks around Pakistan.

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May 29, 2014

A Beginners Manual to do Forex


With many Pakistani individuals over the last few decades, having money just seated on the bank earning next to practically nothing due to the very low interest charges, that the banks now provide, especially folks residing Islamabad & Karachi, some have taken up trading on the forex markets. When only the home of the big traders and governments, people can now get engaged themselves for as little as PKR 5,000 with some agents. Now that amount is not a thing that is going to make you wealthy, but you need to start low and work your way up. Making funds from trading the Forex trading markets can be as challenging as you make it.

When you do some analysis into investing in the Forex markets you have most likely come across several pictures that show the currency pair going up and down, and then it is likely covered in lines, and beneath is a number of charts. Well, unless you realize it, all of them and how they work, switch them off. Do not load your trading screen up with all types just to consider and make it look good. The best advice an expert trader will give a beginner is to arrange the display to show one currency pair that is popular, shown in candlestick function, with no other thing on the trading screen.

This indicates that you are set up to simply watch the way the currency pair plays its part, and this will give you a sense for the way the markets move. If you are a newbie, then you should not be searching to be doing any scalping (very short-run trades), so your schedule should not be less than 1 hour, but ideally 4.

You may have to devote a period of time looking at the market, but as soon as you have joined a trade, walk away and do anything different. You have possibly set a stop loss as a cost, or you may time your trades, and bail out after a set time. It is suggested you use a set value though.

Some folks choose to set a trade and keep it for a day before they make a decision to take steps on it, and if you actually want to go for the long term then you would be looking at being in the marketplace for weeks. If you do that and get it perfect, then it can really pay back big time.

No matter what schedule you choose to start with though, stay with it, if you keep modifying it, then you will not get the experience for any of them. When you see a professional investor on TV, you will not see them tossing through numerous screens and constantly changing options.

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May 28, 2014

Hazards continue to originate from Pak-Afghan Border


Even as the US President Barack Obama declared the total withdrawal of his soldiers from Afghanistan by the end of 2016, senior current administration officials have admitted that there continues to be threats coming from Afghan and Pakistan Border. “The risk from al Qaeda's core command in Afghanistan and Pakistan has been considerably resolved through the efforts to take apart the Al Qaida command in that part of the world. That does not indicate that there are no remnants of Al Qaida. Obviously, there continue to be risks originating from Afghanistan and Pakistan,” a senior Government official of U. S., said.

It also indicates that we're going to teach Afghan National Security Forces to assist us in mitigating that risk, the senior government official told journalists. In Afghanistan, the official mentioned that the USA feels that the long-term remedy towards Afghan security was not US forces. “It is Afghan forces; and that we've educated and equipped an Afghan National Security Force that wants to be responsible for securing their country; that this has never been a circumstance where the United States was signing on to provide security in Afghanistan consistently".

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May 27, 2014

Nawaz Sharif Visits to Modi's Swearing-in Ceremony

PM Nawaz Sharif Shakes Hands With Modi
On his initial formal day as India’s PM, Narendra Modi met Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

Modi said the both countries could “proceed quickly” to enhance business connections while asking Pakistan to avoid its territory from being used for terrorism against India, Sujatha Singh, the leading official in India’s foreign ministry, told journalists in New Delhi today. Modi approved invitations to go to Pakistan and other countries in the region, she said.

“We want peace and friendly relationships with Pakistan,” Singh said. “On the other hand, for such relations commence, it’s important that terror and violence is brought to a finish.”

In an unmatched move, PM Nawaz Sharif yesterday went to Modi’s swearing-in ceremony along with other politicians of the South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation. Modi’s party this month won a parliamentary vast majority for the 1st time in 30 years.

Boundary issues and terrorist attacks have weakened efforts to carry peace and enhance commerce between India and Pakistan, which have a combined population of over 1.4 billion.

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