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Pakistan arms minister quits Map of Quetta Pakistan  Abdul Qayum Jatoi, the Pakistani minister for defence production, has resigned after criticising the military   Pakistan sacks security advisor Map of Islamabad Pakistan
  Pakistan's president steps down  President Asif Ali Zardari completed his five-year term and stepped down. Mamnoon Hussain will be sworn as Zardari's successor Minister fired over Quetta blasts Map of Quetta Pakistan  West Pakistan: The chief minister of the Pakistani province of Balochistan has been sacked over deadly bomb attacks in the provincial capital Quetta Prime minister sacks defense chief  Yousuf Raza Gilani fired Naeem Khalid Lodhi, a move that spiked tensions between the nation's civilian government and its all-powerful military Pakistan's U.S. ambassador quits


year 2013 Top ^

Sep.9
Jan.13


year 2012 Top ^

Jan.11


year 2011 Top ^

Nov.22
  Pakistan's prime minister asked the ambassador to resign because an offer to Washington by Pakistan's president to cut down the military leadership


year 2010 Top ^

Sep.26


year 2009 Top ^

Jan.7
  Pakistan has sacked Mehmood Ali Durrani as tensions continue between Islamabad and India over November's attacks in Mumbai



year 2008 Top ^

Aug.18
  Pakistani President announced his resignation Monday after weeks of pressure to relinquish power
 Pervez Musharraf told the nation in a TV address that he would step down. Sumroo, speaker of the Senate and a political ally of Musharraf, will lead the country until a new election is held by parliament. It is unclear whether Musharraf, who took power in a coup in 1999, will face prosecution now that he is out of power


year 2007 Top ^

Nov.27   Musharraf steps down as army chief
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  Rawalpindi: In a highly emotional speech, Pakistani President stepped down from his position as army chief, announcing his retirement
 Pervez Musharraf has handed over the command to Gen Ashfaq Pervez Kiani in a ceremony at the army headquarters. Musharraf said he was proud to have been the commander of this 'great force'
Sep.17   Musharraf to 'give up army post'
  The chief lawyer for the President says he will give up his post of army chief soon afterwards if he is re-elected
Aug.29   Bhutto: Musharraf to quit as military chief  President has agreed to step down as the country's military chief during negotiations on a power-sharing deal with former prime minister

year 2004 Top ^

Jun.26   Prime minister resigns
  Zafarullah Khan Jamali has resigned following a meeting with the President Musharraf Jan.31 Nuclear chief sacked  The founder of nuclear weapons programme Abdul Qadeer Khan has been removed from his post as a government adviser


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B. 2013-09-09 Pakistan's president steps down Pakistan
C. 2013-01-13 Minister fired over Quetta blasts Quetta, West Pakistan
3. 2012-01-11 Prime minister sacks defense chief Pakistan
E. 2011-11-22 Pakistan's U.S. ambassador quits Pakistan
5. 2010-09-26 Pakistan arms minister quits Quetta, Pakistan
G. 2009-01-07 Pakistan sacks security advisor Islamabad, Pakistan
2008-08-18 Musharraf resigns Pakistan
I. 2007-11-27 Musharraf steps down as army chief Rawalpindi
9. 2007-09-17 Musharraf to 'give up army post' Pakistan


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