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Old 15-Apr-2010
Pakistan starts massive war games on Indian border

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's army launched one of its biggest military war games involving 50,000 troops on Saturday near Pakistan's eastern border with India.

The exercises that will last until May 13 are code named 'Azm-e-Nau' (new resolve or renewed vigour and determination). According to military officials, 50,000 soldiers from the artillery, infantry and armoured corps units have been deployed and they will take part in the military exercises for one month.

Azm-e-Nau exercises are said to be Pakistan's biggest war-games in more than 20 years, which will be carried out in Punjab province and the southern province of Sindh, both of which border India. The army conducted its biggest-ever exercises involving 200,000 soldiers in 1989.

Earlier this month, Pakistan air force held a demonstration for invited guests, including foreign defence officials, in the Punjab to show its capacity to contribute to the fight against militants. The military says all available surveillance and reconnaissance assets will be utilised in the exercise to validate their efficiency.

Pakistan's chief of army staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani declared the years 2009-2010 as the "year of training" based on the current security situation. Military spokesman Major-General Athar Abbas said India had been informed about the exercise.

If they do not have money to feed the hungry in the country then why are they doing all this..... khanne nu ta milda nahi ta ladaiya di gaal kerde...woh bhi with just 50,000 troops lolz,,watzever kinne bhi oooh...az in real war they always piss in their pants

Old 16-Apr-2010
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Re: Pakistan starts massive war games on Indian border

ohh no

Old 16-Apr-2010
Re: Pakistan starts massive war games on Indian border

sarya peya jai ho

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