Tag Archives: Pakistan Navy

Maritime Security Challenges and Role of Pakistan Navy

By Maira Tariq Throughout history, humans had a close connection with the sea. Many nations in this world are highly dependent on sea resources especially island nations. The Indian ocean is very important for the littoral states as well as for the extra-regional and regional players. In this globalized and …

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Pakistan Navy Humanitarian assistance campaign during coronavirus spread

By Ali Basit Today, the world is in a state of war and facing an invisible enemy, the Corona virus or COVID-19 , about which we had never thought of fighting with. The pandemic has trembled with the existing geopolitical and economic structure of the world. Nation-states are putting forth …

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Pakistan Navy Distributes Ration across the Country among affected families

Karachi: Pakistan Navy has distributed basic food items among the affected families across the country. Amid combating Corona Virus Pandemic Pak Navy  reached out to needy families in Coastal and Creeks areas of Sindh and Balochistan and distributed  ration bags in Gwadar, Pasni, Bin Qasim, Somiani, Shah Bandar, Keti Bandar and …

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Pakistan Navy Announced to Contribute In Corona Relief Fund

Islamabad: While the country is combating Corona Virus Pandemic, Pakistan Navy has also lined-up its resources to counter implications of Corona virus across the country. In this perspective, Pakistan Navy has decided to contribute in Corona Relief Fund. Vehemently demonstrating the nobility, Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Zafar Mahmood …

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DEBRIEF OF PAKISTAN NAVY MARITIME EXERCISE SEASPARK-2020 HELD AT KARACHI

Karachi: The Debrief Session of Pakistan Navy’s Major Maritime Exercise SEASPARK-2020 held at Karachi. Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi graced the Session as Chief Guest. The exercise was conducted in North Arabian Sea to validate operational plans of Pakistan Navy involving naval assets/ platforms, Special Forces …

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