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Worth watching pictures from IDEAS 2016

KARACHI: State of the art and sophisticated defence products are being showcased at four-day International Defence Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS 2016) inaugurated by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday.

IDEAS 2016, being the most strategically important event of the region, will once again bring together all the industry’s players across the globe to showcase the latest technological innovations.

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The 4 days of the Show are exclusively for trade visitors and high official defence delegates.

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The most productive geopolitical region of Asia is one of the largest markets for Defence Products.

In a bid to effectively meet the new challenge posed by the transformed regional and global security dynamics, Asia as well as governments of the neighboring continent of Africa allocates significant budgets for modernization and up-gradation programs for their armed forces.

 

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Pakistan is showcasing its first home-made “HAMZA” 8×8 Multi Role Combat vehicle.

 

Pakistan is showcasing its first home-made "HAMZA" 8x8 Multi Role Combat vehicle.
Pakistan is showcasing its first home-made “HAMZA” 8×8 Multi Role Combat vehicle.

 

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Pakistan is showcasing its first home-made “HAMZA” 8×8 Multi Role Combat vehicle.

Pakistan is showcasing its first home-made "HAMZA" 8x8 Multi Role Combat vehicle.

 

 FN-SCAR H & Beretta ARX-200 are the two short listed rifles to replace HK G-3 as Pakistan Army 'Battle Rifle'.
FN-SCAR H & Beretta ARX-200 are the two short listed rifles to replace HK G-3 as Pakistan Army ‘Battle Rifle’.

 

 FN-SCAR H & Beretta ARX-200 are the two short listed rifles to replace HK G-3 as Pakistan Army 'Battle Rifle'.
FN-SCAR H & Beretta ARX-200 are the two short listed rifles to replace HK G-3 as Pakistan Army ‘Battle Rifle’.

 

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The story originally appeared in Samaa News