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National Contributions of Pakistan Army

Turkish power rental company’s corruption & role of Pakistan Army In 2009, Pakistan was facing a huge energy crisis. The country produced 17000MW electricity, but the 60% electricity generation of Pakistan was from Fuel. Due to hike in fuel prices...

FATF: History and Objectives

Note: This article discusses about FATF, its history in detail & the objectives of FATF. Within the modern world, the global financial system is portrayed as a product of globalization and something built overtime to bring equality that enables everyone to...

Pakistan’s Removal from FATF’s Grey List

After years of continued efforts of both civilian and military leadership, this year (2022) Pakistan is set to be removed from FATF grey list. In an official announcement from FATF, Pakistan has completed the implemented of all 34 points...

FATF & Pakistan

Established in 1989, Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is an intergovernmental body having a ministerial mandate regarding policymaking directed at curbing money laundering and terror financing. Currently, thirty-nine countries are members of FATF. FATF categorizes countries into two lists. ...

FATF and a Blacklist Recommendation

After WWII, the world especially colonial powers were on verge of collapse. The intensified great depression hit hard financial institutes and trade shattered badly due to circulating debts. Meanwhile, American and British policymakers began to plan the post-war, liberal...

INDIA: A STATE OF TERRORISM

Complete details of Indian sponsorship of terrorism in Pakistan ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and the military spokesperson Major-General Babar Iftikhar gave an unprecedented press conference and provided hard evidence of Indian state-sponsored terrorist activities that it launches...

FATF and Pakistan

A plenary session of FATF was recently conducted from 21st Oct 2020 to 23rd Oct 2020. This session was very significant for Pakistan due to two reasons. The first reason was that Pakistan has been on the “Grey List” for the...

Exclusive Report on FATF and Pakistan

Most members of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) have recognized Pakistan's efforts to improve its counter-terrorism financing (CTF) and Money laundering. But FATF keeps Pakistan on 'grey list'. Pakistan has until October 2020 to improve. - India wanted Pakistan to be...
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MAK ONE For Pakistan Air Force

Note: This article features MAK One software by MAK Technologies for Pakistan Air Force (PAF). Pakistan Air Force has chosen...
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Philippine Navy Provides Medical Assistance

Note: This article features Philippine Navy's medical assistance to Pakistan Navy's personnel on board PNS Shamsheer. Philippine Navy provided Medical Assistance to 2x Pakistan Navy...

Batch-II of Yarmook Class Corvette

Note: This article discusses the launch of fourth Yarmook Class Corvette for Pakistan Navy as well as its specifications. The steel-cutting ceremony of Batch-II of...

Pakistan Army under the leadership of General Bajwa

Note: This article discusses Pakistan Army under the leadership of COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa. The past few years have been highly dynamic within Pakistan,...

Minehunter Ships for Pakistan Navy

Note: This article discusses the procurement of two former Royal Netherlands Navy Tripartite-class minehunters by Pakistan Navy. The Government of the Netherlands signed a deal...