The deep depression formed over the central western parts of Arabian Sea has converted into a tropical cyclone and named Nilofar which may further intensify into a severe tropical cyclone during the next 36-48 hours. According to the Meteorological Department, Tropical Cyclone Nilofar is 1,222 KM away from Karachi and 1,145 KM away from Gwadar. Tropical Storm Nilofar is present 906 KM away in south east of Arabia Sea near Salah city of Oman and heavy rainfall is expected in the coastal areas of Oman in the next 24-36 hours. Rain in expected in the lower areas of Sindh including Karachi and coastal areas of Balochistan during Wednesday to Friday. The Metrological Department has warned fishermen in these areas not to travel into the open sea during these days.
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The term Line of Control (LOC) known as Asia's Berlin wall refers to the military control line between the Indian and Pakistani-controlled parts of the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir—a line which, to this day, does not constitute a legally recognized international boundary but is the de facto border. Originally known as the "Cease-fire Line", it was redesignated as the "Line of Control" following the Simla Agreement, which was signed on 3 July 1972. The part of the former princely state that is under Indian control is known as the State of Jammu and Kashmir. The two parts of the former princely state that are under Pakistani control are known as Gilgit–Baltistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK). Its northernmost point is known as the NJ9842.
Pakistan s military says it has launched airstrikes on five militant hideouts in a troubled tribal region near the border with Afghanistan, killing 40 suspected fighters as part of a massive operation begun in June. The military said "precise" air strikes were carried out on Wednesday in Datta Khel, a Taliban stronghold in North Waziristan, and that ammunition depots were destroyed. The military says it has killed more than 1,000 local and foreign militants since it launched the long-awaited offensive in North Waziristan on June 15. The region has long been home to local and foreign militants who carry out attacks in Pakistan and against NATO forces in Afghanistan. The military said it also destroyed ammunition depots, and the slain men included "foreigners." It gave no details about the identity and nationality of those killed in the strikes, but authorities in Pakistan usually use the term "foreign militants" to refer to Arabs, Uzbeks and al-Qaida men. Since launching the operation, the military has killed more than 1,000 local and foreign militants, while it lost more than 80 soldiers. Pakistan is a key ally of the United States, but the country also is home to the Pakistani Taliban and al-Qaida, who have used North Waziristan as a base for carrying out attacks in neighboring Afghanistan for years. The Pakistani Taliban is a loose network of local militant groups who want to overthrow the country s government in a bid to install their own harsh brand of Islamic law. They have killed thousands of civilians and security forces in their decade-old campaign of deadly bombings, shootings and other attacks. After coming into power last year Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif tried to resolve the issue through talks. But after Uzbek militants with support of Pakistani Taliban attacked the country s main airport in the southern port city of Karachi, killing 26 people, he approved the military operation. The 10 attackers were killed in the hours-long siege that shocked Pakistanis. Since then, top militant leaders and their fighters have been on the run and the military s powerful Gen. Raheel Sharif has said the country s security forces would trace and kill the militants even in the remotest areas. The military says it has cleared almost all major towns and villages of militants and about 80 percent of North Waziristan was in its control. The operation displaced over 800,000 residents who were currently living either with relatives or at relief camps miles away from their homes According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), numerous militant hideouts have been razed flat through 2,274 coordinated intelligence operations. Relief operation on the other hand is simultaneously continued in the region affected by operation Zarb-e-Azb.