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  • Nuclear missile was damaged in 2014, says US Air Force

    WASHINGTON: The US Air Force said on Friday maintenance errors by three airmen damaged a nuclear-armed missile in its silo in 2014, triggering an accident investigation...

    The accident occurred on May 17, 2014, but the Air Force only explained the consequences after questions by this news agency...

  • Air Marshal Asghar Khan: my role model, father of Pakistan Air Force, and the protégé of Jinnah

    I have many reasons to write in memory of the venerated Air Marshal Asghar Khan — a protégé of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, he was my role model from the age of 19 when I joined the Royal Pakistan Air Force (RPAF) in 1952...

    I first heard about Asghar Khan, who was at the time a wing commander, from my instructor at the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Academy in Risalpur, who narrated to me the historic event of Jinnah’s visit to...

  • ECP suspends 261 lawmakers for non-disclosure of financial statements

    The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Monday suspended the membership of 261 lawmakers for failure to submit details of their finances under sub-section 42A of the Representation of People Act (RoPA) by Sept 30...

    An ECP notification named members of the National Assembly, Senate and provincial assemblies as among those "who have failed to file their statements of assets and liabilities" for themselves, their spouses and their...

  • Email financial statements: SECP tells listed companies

    ISLAMABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has directed listed companies to forward electronic copies of quarterly and annual financial statements along with other documents...

    As per the requirements under Companies Act 2017, every listed company has to file annual financial statements and other documents (auditors’ report, directors’ report and chairman review report) through post to the corporate sector...

  • Firms must file transparent financial statements: FBR

    ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) Chairman Shabbar Zaidi in a letter urged the SECP chairman to ensure that companies submit transparent financial statements for the purpose of taxation...

    Zaidi said that it has been observed that the quality of statements filed by the financial companies especially private limited companies are not in line with the standards...

  • Pakistan Air Force needs to replace 190 planes by 2020

    WASHINGTON: Pakistan Air Force needs to retire 190 planes from its current fleet by 2020, senior officials told Dawn while commenting on a report that the country was seeking another batch of 10 F-16s from the United States...

    Jane’s Defence Weekly reported this week that Pakistan would seek to purchase these additional planes from the United States if the current deal for eight of these fighter jets is successfully concluded...

  • Six IAF men killed as gunmen storm Indian air force base, Pakistan condemns attack

    PATHANKOT: An operation to secure a militant-hit Indian air base near the Pakistan border ended on Saturday with six Indian security men and four suspected gunmen killed, police said, after an assault that threatens to undermine the two countries' fragile peace process...

    At least four gunmen alleged to be from Jaish-i-Mohammed group dressed in army uniforms infiltrated the Pathankot air base in northern Punjab state at around 3:30...

  • Pakistan Air Force commemorates Feb 27 'Operation Swift Retort'

    The Pakistan Air Force on Thursday conducted a ceremony at the Air Headquarter to commemorate the first anniversary of the Feb 27 'Operation Swift Retort' which resulted in the downing of two Indian planes that had violated Pakistani airspace...

    Addressing the event Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan said that they were gathered today to commemorate "resounding victory" in 'Operation Swift Retort'...

  • Sepa’s lab, air monitoring units dysfunctional due to financial crunch

    KARACHI: Efforts of the Supreme Court-mandated water commission to improve monitoring and regulatory capacity of the Sindh Environmental Protection Agency (Sepa) seem to have gone to waste as the agency’s environmental monitoring stations and laboratory for testing water quality have been inoperative for the past few months owing to financial constraints, it emerged on Friday...

    Sepa’s laboratory and air quality monitoring units had...

  • Turkish Air Force bombs IS targets in Syria

    The air raids against IS targets marked a dramatic hardening of Turkey's attitude towards the group...

    The bombing raid was the first by the Turkish Air Force on IS since the extremists began their advance across Iraq and Syria in 2013, seizing control of swathes of territory right up to the Turkish border...

  • Delhi air force on high alert after suspicious 'UFO' sightings

    DELHI: Security agencies guarding Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport have been put on high alert following the Air Traffic Controls (ATC) 'regular spotting' of suspicious flying objects which appeared thrice in and around the airport on Friday morning, said a report published on Hindustan Times...

    Earlier on Friday, the flying objects were first noticed by an air force officer, said the report...

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