Pak Military Coup


'Pak Military Coup' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Posters Begging For Military Coup Appear Overnight In Pak

    Posters Begging For Military Coup Appear Overnight In Pak

    Posters begging Pakistan's powerful army chief to launch a coup appeared in major cities including the capital Islamabad overnight, raising eyebrows in a country that has been ruled by the military for more than half its history.

  • No coup attempt in Pak after Osama raid: Ex ISI chief Shuja Pasha

    No coup attempt in Pak after Osama raid: Ex ISI chief Shuja Pasha

    Pakistan's powerful military did not plan a coup after the US raid in Abottabad that killed al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden in May last year, former ISI chief Ahmed Shuja Pasha has said.

  • Full transcript: Pak PM will not resign, says Rehman Malik

    Full transcript: Pak PM will not resign, says Rehman Malik

    Pakistan's Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani will appear before the country's Supreme Court to answer a contempt of court notice later this week amidst questions over whether the country's civilian government can survive. But emboldened by winning a trust vote in Parliament on Monday, its top leadership is now asserting that there is no question of...

  • Pak government in isolation against army, courts

    Pak government in isolation against army, courts

    In the midst of a continuing army-government stand-off, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday surprisingly flew to Dubai but fears of a military coup waned with the focus shifting to a crucial hearing by the Supreme Court on Monday.

  • Pak court admits plea seeking to prevent Kayani sacking

    Pak court admits plea seeking to prevent Kayani sacking

    A Pakistani court has admitted a petition seeking to block any attempt by the government to sack army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and ISI chief Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha over the memo scandal. The petition filed by lawyer Maulvi Iqbal Haider was accepted by the Islamabad High Court on Wednesday.

  • Won't support any coup, says Imran Khan

    Won't support any coup, says Imran Khan

    Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Thursday said the party would not support a military coup as the country witnessed a stand-off between the political leadership and the army.

  • Pentagon: No assurances against Pakistan coup

    The US Defense Department has neither sought nor received assurances that the Pakistani army will not stage a coup even though there is near-open conflict between the civilian and military leadership, a Pentagon spokesman said on Wednesday.

  • Pak army rejects coup fears

    Pak army rejects coup fears

    Pakistan's army chief has denied accusations that the military is working to oust the country's civilian government amid tension over a secret memo sent to Washington earlier this year about an alleged coup, the military said Friday.

  • Memogate: Army doesn't want to topple govt, claims Gilani

    Memogate: Army doesn't want to topple govt, claims Gilani

    Amid controversy over a secret memo purportedly sent by Pakistan government to the US fearing an army takeover, Premier Yousuf Raza Gilani has ruled out the threat of either a "judicial" or "military" coup, saying the two institutions did not want to derail the democratic system.

  • Post-Osama killing, Zardari feared army coup: Report

    Post-Osama killing, Zardari feared army coup: Report

    A week after the covert US raid in Pakistan that killed Osama bin Laden, President Asif Ali Zardari sought to reach out to the Obama administration to stop army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani from staging a coup, a Pakistan-American businessman has said.

  • Pakistan on the brink of a military coup: Musharraf

    Pakistan on the brink of a military coup: Musharraf

    Pakistan may be on the brink of a military coup, the country's former military ruler Parvez Musharraf has warned, amidst reports of the powerful army pressing for a shakeup in the nation's civilian setup.Musharraf, who is striving to stage a political comeback, has also demanded that the military in Pakistan should be given a defined role in the co...

  • Seizure of Taliban Commander triumph for Pak

    Seizure of Taliban Commander triumph for Pak

    Pakistan's arrest of the top Taliban military commander may be a tactical victory for the United States, but it is also potentially a strategic coup for Pakistan.

  • UK-based extremists planning a coup in Pak: Report

    UK-based extremists planning a coup in Pak: Report

    Followers of the Hizb ut-Tahrir, which is banned in Pakistan, aim for a "bloodless military coup" and creation of the caliphate in Islamabad, The Sunday Times reported.

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'Pak Military Coup' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Posters Begging For Military Coup Appear Overnight In Pak

    Posters Begging For Military Coup Appear Overnight In Pak

    Posters begging Pakistan's powerful army chief to launch a coup appeared in major cities including the capital Islamabad overnight, raising eyebrows in a country that has been ruled by the military for more than half its history.

  • No coup attempt in Pak after Osama raid: Ex ISI chief Shuja Pasha

    No coup attempt in Pak after Osama raid: Ex ISI chief Shuja Pasha

    Pakistan's powerful military did not plan a coup after the US raid in Abottabad that killed al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden in May last year, former ISI chief Ahmed Shuja Pasha has said.

  • Full transcript: Pak PM will not resign, says Rehman Malik

    Full transcript: Pak PM will not resign, says Rehman Malik

    Pakistan's Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani will appear before the country's Supreme Court to answer a contempt of court notice later this week amidst questions over whether the country's civilian government can survive. But emboldened by winning a trust vote in Parliament on Monday, its top leadership is now asserting that there is no question of...

  • Pak government in isolation against army, courts

    Pak government in isolation against army, courts

    In the midst of a continuing army-government stand-off, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday surprisingly flew to Dubai but fears of a military coup waned with the focus shifting to a crucial hearing by the Supreme Court on Monday.

  • Pak court admits plea seeking to prevent Kayani sacking

    Pak court admits plea seeking to prevent Kayani sacking

    A Pakistani court has admitted a petition seeking to block any attempt by the government to sack army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and ISI chief Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha over the memo scandal. The petition filed by lawyer Maulvi Iqbal Haider was accepted by the Islamabad High Court on Wednesday.

  • Won't support any coup, says Imran Khan

    Won't support any coup, says Imran Khan

    Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Thursday said the party would not support a military coup as the country witnessed a stand-off between the political leadership and the army.

  • Pentagon: No assurances against Pakistan coup

    The US Defense Department has neither sought nor received assurances that the Pakistani army will not stage a coup even though there is near-open conflict between the civilian and military leadership, a Pentagon spokesman said on Wednesday.

  • Pak army rejects coup fears

    Pak army rejects coup fears

    Pakistan's army chief has denied accusations that the military is working to oust the country's civilian government amid tension over a secret memo sent to Washington earlier this year about an alleged coup, the military said Friday.

  • Memogate: Army doesn't want to topple govt, claims Gilani

    Memogate: Army doesn't want to topple govt, claims Gilani

    Amid controversy over a secret memo purportedly sent by Pakistan government to the US fearing an army takeover, Premier Yousuf Raza Gilani has ruled out the threat of either a "judicial" or "military" coup, saying the two institutions did not want to derail the democratic system.

  • Post-Osama killing, Zardari feared army coup: Report

    Post-Osama killing, Zardari feared army coup: Report

    A week after the covert US raid in Pakistan that killed Osama bin Laden, President Asif Ali Zardari sought to reach out to the Obama administration to stop army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani from staging a coup, a Pakistan-American businessman has said.

  • Pakistan on the brink of a military coup: Musharraf

    Pakistan on the brink of a military coup: Musharraf

    Pakistan may be on the brink of a military coup, the country's former military ruler Parvez Musharraf has warned, amidst reports of the powerful army pressing for a shakeup in the nation's civilian setup.Musharraf, who is striving to stage a political comeback, has also demanded that the military in Pakistan should be given a defined role in the co...

  • Seizure of Taliban Commander triumph for Pak

    Seizure of Taliban Commander triumph for Pak

    Pakistan's arrest of the top Taliban military commander may be a tactical victory for the United States, but it is also potentially a strategic coup for Pakistan.

  • UK-based extremists planning a coup in Pak: Report

    UK-based extremists planning a coup in Pak: Report

    Followers of the Hizb ut-Tahrir, which is banned in Pakistan, aim for a "bloodless military coup" and creation of the caliphate in Islamabad, The Sunday Times reported.

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