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Indian Army hand over to Pak Army the body of a seven-year-old boy recovered from a stream flowing from across the Line of Control. The boy, identified as Abid Ahmad Sheikh, was a resident of Kamri, across the LoC in Gilgit-Baltistan.

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Pakistani security forces demolish the hideout of militants in Peshawar, Pakistan. Pakistani authorities say a raid by security forces on a militant hideout in the northwestern city of Peshawar triggered a 15-hour shootout in which a police officer and many suspected militants were killed.

AP Photo/Muhammad Sajjad

An Armed Pakistani commando wears headband reads "God is great," takes part in a raid with others against militants in Peshawar, Pakistan

AP Photo/Muhammad Sajjad

Pakistani female commandos take part in full dress rehearsal for the Pakistan Defense Day in Peshawar, Pakistan. Pakistan will celebrate its Defense Day, marking the 1965 war with India over the disputed Kashmir region.

AP Photo/Muhammad Sajjad

Pakistani Air Force jets demonstrate an aerobatic performance during a full dress rehearsal of a military parade to mark Pakistan's Republic Day in Islamabad

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U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis, left, meets with Pakistan's army chief Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

AP/PTI

Pakistani rangers exchange sweets with Border Security Force (BSF) officials on the occasion of Bakrid at Indo-Pak Attari-Wagha border.

PTI Photo

Pakistani devotees take photos of Indian side as they stand with Pakistani Rangers near the shrine of Sufi saint Baba Dalip Singh Manhas during the annual Chamliyal fair near the India-Pakistan international border at Chamliyal post, about 47 kilometers (29 miles) south of Jammu,.

AP Photo/Channi Anand

President Pervez Musharraf (L) speaks with the new Pakistani army chief Gen. Ashfaq Kayani (C) at a change of command ceremony November 28, 2007 in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

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Gen Qamar Bajwa takes over as army chief in Rawalpindi on November 29

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Pakistani supporters of National Unity and Peace Forum chant anti-Indian slogans at a rally to express solidarity with Pakistan army in Karachi, Pakistan.

AP Photo/Shakil Adil

Raheel Sharif in Islamabad

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Pakistan Rangers Wing Commander Bilal (L) shakes hands with Border Security Force (BSF) Commandant Sudeep after presenting him sweets on the occasion of 'Eid al-Adha' at Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah border.

PTI Photo

Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif attends a military parade to mark Pakistan's Republic Day in Islamabad, Pakistan.

AP/PTI

People watch Pakistani army tanks during a military parade to mark Pakistan's Republic Day in Islamabad, Pakistan.

AP/PTI

A Pakistani-made Gaznavi missile, capable of carrying nuclear war heads, loaded on a trailer rolls down during a military parade to mark Pakistan's Republic Day in Islamabad, Pakistan.

AP/PTI

Nasr, a short range surface-to-surface missile, displayed on a parade in Islamabad

AFP (From Outlook Issue 09 November 2015)

Indian Army and Pakistan Army Officers during a Brigade Commander level Flag Meeting at the Chakan Da Bagh, in Poonch.

PTI Photo

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh shakes hands with Pakistani Rangers Director General (Punjab), Major General Umar Farooq Burki during a meeting in New Delhi.

PTI Photo by Shahbaz Khan

Pakistani Rangers Director General (Punjab) Maj. Gen. Umar Farooq Burki leaves after his meeting with Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi.

AP Photo/Manish Swarup

Pakistan summoned India's High Commissioner to Foreign Office and lodged strong protest over "air space violation" by an alleged Indian "spy" drone near the Line of Control and "ceasefire violation".

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Supporters of Pakistan Awami Tehreek , rally to support Pakistan's army in Lahore. The Pakistani army has formally filed a complaint seeking to shut down the country’s leading Geo News TV channel, a government official said. The TV has run accusations against the military spy agency, blaming it for an "assassination attempt" against the station's popular talk show host, Hamid Mir, who was shot and wounded last week.

AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary

Baton change Gen Ashfaq Kayani walks past his successor, Gen Raheel Sharif (right), at a ceremony in Rawalpindi

AP

Pak soldiers (or mujahideen?) in Kargil during the war, June ’99

AP

Enemy fire Pak troops firing at Indian troops in Dras sector

Reuters (From Outlook 18 February 2013)

Lt Gen (retd) Shahid Aziz

Commander of the 10th Brigade, Brig. T.S. Sandhu (R) and his Pakistani counterpart Faisal (L) shake hands during India-Pakistan flag meeting arranged to defuse tension along the Line of Control (LOC) at the Chakan Da Bagh, in Poonch.

PTI Photo

Pakistani Army soldiers carry the casket of their colleague, Havildar Mohyuddin, who was killed by Indian troops firing on a post in the disputed Kashmir border, following a funeral prayer in Jhelum, Pakistan.

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Gen Kayani pays a visit

AFP (From Outlook, May 14, 2012)

Search operations at the avalanche site in Siachen

AFP (From Outlook, May 14, 2012)

A Pakistani soldier helps a boy with lessons in Swat

At cross purposes A military checkpost in Quetta

AFP (From Outlook, March 12, 2011)

Why this coup-laveri, coup-laveri di? Pakistan's military warned of "grievous consequences" for the country after Gilani accused the army chief of violating the constitution, adding to a sense of crisis that some believe could end in the ouster of government. The file photo of April 10, 2010 shows Pakistan's Army Chief Gen. Ashfaq Pervez Kayani, right, and Pakistan's Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, left, at a military exercise in the Cholistan Desert near Bahawalpur, Pakistan.

AP Photo/Khalid Tanveer, File

Gen Kayani prays at the funeral of soldiers killed in a Nato strike in November.

AFP (From Outlook, January 16, 2012)

Pakistani protesters burn a representation of the U.S. flag bearing a depiction of U.S. President Barack Obama, during an anti-NATO rally in Peshawar, Pakistan.

AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad

Pakistani security personnel stop trucks carrying supplies for NATO forces in neighboring Afghanistan at Takhtabeg check post in Pakistani tribal area of Khyber, Pakistan, on their way to Torkham border post.. Pakistan on Saturday accused NATO helicopters of firing on two army checkpoints in the northwest and killing 24 soldiers, then retaliated by closing a key border crossing used by the coalition to supply its troops in neighboring Afghanistan.

AP/PTI

Pakistan's army chief Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, third from right, offers funeral prayers for Saturday's NATO attack victims, with others in Peshawar, Pakistan. Pakistan on Saturday accused NATO helicopters and fighter jets of firing on two army checkpoints in the country's northwest and killing 24 soldiers. Islamabad retaliated by closing the border crossings used by the international coalition to supply its troops in neighboring Afghanistan.

AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad

Chinese and Pakistani troops take part in a joint exercise in Jhelum, Pakistan.

AP Photo/B.K.Bangash

Pakistan army Chief Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, left, watches a joint exercise with General Hou Shusen, Deputy Chief of the People's Liberation Army, during in Jhelum, Pakistan.

AP Photo/B.K.Bangash

Pak navymen mourn their dead, May 24

AP

The Mehran base under attack, Karachi, May 22

AFP (From Outlook, June 06, 2011)

Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik briefs the media in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistani commandos were close to regaining control of a naval base as they hunted for any last holdouts among a team of Islamist militants who attacked and occupied the facility for 15 hours, destroying two U.S.-supplied planes and killing 12 security officers.

AP/PTI

AFP (From Outlook, May 30, 2011)

People attend a pro-Pakistan army rally organized by Pakistan Peace Party near the Parliament in Islamabad. Pakistan army and its spying wing Inter Services Intelligence, ISI, is facing serious criticism from media and public after the killing of Osama bin Laden by a helicopter-borne U.S. military force, in a fortress-like compound on the outskirts of Pakistani city of Abbottabad.

AP Photo/B.K.Bangash

Pakistani army officers and soldiers offer prayers for their comrades killed in a friendly fire, during a mass funeral in Peshawar, Pakistan. Friendly fire killed 12 Pakistani troops and two officers caught up in a militant ambush close to the Afghan border, a top commander said.

AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad

Pakistani troops arrive at the site of a grenade attack in Peshawar. An assailant threw a hand grenade behind a local government office injuring two children, police officials said.

AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad

The man who matters. Pakistan's Army Chief Gen. Ashfaq Kayani got himself an extension of three more years, ensuring continuity at a crucial point in his country's history. General Kayani has been in news for having been responsible for the failure of recent Indo-Pak talks at the foreign minister level, as press reports suggest that his meetings with the Pakistan PM and President when Indian foreign minister SM Krishna was in Pakistan, played an important behind-the-scene role in changing the course of the talks.

AP Photo/Anjum Naveed, File

“We are India-centric”
Gen Ashfaq Kiyani, Pakistan army chief

AFP (From Outlook, March 01)

Pakistan army soldiers board into a vehicle as they leave after attending funeral prayer of their comrade Nadeem Moeen-ud-Din, who was killed in the Saturday's helicopter crashed in Karachi.

AP Photo/Fareed Khan

Pakistan Army troops prepare to leave for patrolling during a curfew in Bannu, a town on the edge of Pakistan's lawless tribal belt Waziristan. More than 30,000 Pakistani soldiers launched a much-awaited ground offensive in an al-Qaeda and Taliban stronghold of South Waziristan along the Afghan border.

AP Photo/Ijaz Muhammad

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