Pakistan to strengthen ties with Royal Malaysian Navy.ISLAMABAD, April 04, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- The Pakistani ships will stay in Malaysia from April 4-7 to enhance defence relations and goodwill between the two countries. This was stated by Commodore Kamran Khan Kamran Khan is one of Pakistan Geo TV lead anchor during special news and landmark events. Kamran is also working for CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) and in charge of The News Intelligence Unit (NIU), where he manages investigative reports for The News International. , the commander of mission from Pakistan Navy Pakistan Navy (Urdu: پاک بحریہ) is the naval wing of the Pakistan military. Though not as significant as their other military divisions, it does play a vital role given the regional rivalry of Pakistan with India. Ships BADR and NASR NASR National Airspace System Resources while talking to Noun 1. talking to - a lengthy rebuke; "a good lecture was my father's idea of discipline"; "the teacher gave him a talking to"
rebuke, reprehension, reprimand, reproof, reproval - an act or expression of criticism and censure; "he had to mediapersons onboard PN NASR at Port Klang Port Klang (Malay: Pelabuhan Klang) is the one of the main ports of Malaysia, located in the district of Klang in the state of Selangor. It serves the Klang Valley, including the federal capital Kuala Lumpur and federal administrative capital Putrajaya. , Malaysia, on Saturday. Commodore Kamran said the visit of Pakistan Navy Ships BADR and NASR to Malaysia is yet another milestone in keeping up the good naval traditions of strengthening ties between the two brotherly nations and their navies. He said military cooperation between the armed forces in general and Pakistan Navy and Royal Malaysian Navy This article is about the Royal Navy of Malaysia. For other Royal Navies, see Royal Navy (disambiguation).
Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) (Malay: Tentera Laut DiRaja Malaysia (TLDM)) is the naval arm of Malaysia's armed forces. in particular, was an important feature of warm and cordial relations between the two countries. He appreciated the Royal Malaysian Navy for sending Royal Malaysian Navys ship KD KEDAH to Karachi to participate in Pakistans biennial exercise AMAN-09 held in Mar 2009. The participation of Royal Malaysian Navy in Multinational Exercises in Pakistan is becoming a regular feature of flourishing naval connections between Pakistan and Malaysia, he added. Commodore Kamran Khan commended the professional conduct of KD KEDAHs crew during the entire exercise and said that he is proud to say that Royal Malaysian Navy is one of the finest navy of the region. Commodore said, Pakistan Navy is also a regular participant of Malaysian Defence Exhibition LIMA Lima, city, Peru
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One of the two major divisions of the nervous system. PNS nerves link the central nervous system with sensory organs, muscles, blood vessels, and glands. NASR is a Combat Support Ship of Pakistan Navy Fleets 9th Auxiliary and Mine Warfare The strategic, operational, and tactical use of mines and mine countermeasures. Mine warfare is divided into two basic subdivisions: the laying of mines to degrade the enemy's capabilities to wage land, air, and maritime warfare; and the countering of enemy-laid mines to permit friendly Squadron. Her name, an Arabic Word meaning Help denotes its combat support role so very vital for sustained operations at sea. The ship is capable of providing fuel, water and stores to surface ships and helicopters at sea for prolonged operations and therefore acts as a lifeline of the Fleet. PNS BADR is a leading war ship of the 25th Destroyer Squadron of Pakistan Fleet. The ship is named after the famous battle fought in 624 AD at a place called BADR near Madina. The ship is fitted with state of the art weapons and sensors manned by highly trained and motivated team.
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