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More Attacks on Pakistani Politicians


S.M. Ahmad The contest between bullet and ballot has reached to its climax as the militants seem determined to sabotage the   general elections but Pakistani nation, including all mainstream political parties, media, government high-ups and military leadership, is far more committed to go for polls at every cost. According to Conflict Monitoring Center’s monthly security…

Militants Intensify Attacks Ahead of Elections in Pakistan


By Sardar Ahmad The security threats are looming large ahead of election campaign in the country. The insurgents and sectarian organizations have intensified their activities to pressurize the political parties and government to accept their demands for the sake of holding peaceful elections in the country. The political and religious parties are divided on regional…

TTP’s Threat Looms on Baluchistan


According to data compiled by the Conflict Monitoring Center 286 people were killed and 307 injured during the month of September 2012. Among the dead, 100 were civilians, 124 militants, 25 security personnel, and one pro government Razakar (militiaman) while 161 civilians, 76 militants, 58 security forces personnel, and 12 pro government Razakars were injured.…

Afghanistan Remains Most Violent Country of the Region: Monthly Security Report


By S.M.Ahmed The Conflict Monitoring Center has issued its monthly Security Report covering anti-state violent incidents in three major states of South Asia i.e. Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. The CMC records all anti-state violent incidence through mainstream media. The report highlights militant activities and counter insurgency operations by security forces in South Asia. Afghanistan remains…

April Security Report


In average, 10 incidents of armed conflicts and 39 resultant deaths were reported in three main South Asian states – Afghanistan, India and Pakistan – on every day of April 2011. Every fourth victim of violence was a civilian. Afghanistan continued to be worst hit state by violence in the region as about half of…