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Cold Start or Hot Start, We are Ready! Iqbal Khan                                                                                                     September 9, 2015 ARMY chief’s quip: “Cold start or Hot start, We are ready!” is...

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Army personnel rescued more than 50 people, including a foreigner and 20 local tourists, who were stranded at Babusar Pass and Deosai plains due to heavy snowfall.

Army helicopters airlifted the affected people, including children and women, who had been stranded at Babusar Pass and Deosai plains since Sunday.
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The three top officials in Afghanistan's Kandahar province were killed when their own guards opened fire on them at a security conference on Thursday, the deputy provincial governor said, however, a Taliban spokesman said the target was Washington's top general in Afghanistan, General Scott Miller, who escaped without injury, according to Nato. ... See MoreSee Less

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Pakistan has informed Iran that it had launched “active” efforts to locate 11 Iranian security personnel, including Revolutionary Guards intelligence officers, who were abducted near the countries' shared border.

The Guards blamed “terrorist groups that are guided and supported by foreign forces” for the abductions on Tuesday near the Pakistan-Iran border point of Mirjaveh.
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