SARGODHA - The Graduation Ceremony of 42nd Combat Commanders' Course was held at Combat Commanders' School, PAF Base Mushaf here. Chief of Air Staff (COAS) Air Chief Marshal Tahir Rafique Butt was the chief guest on the occasion. In his address to the graduating Combat Commanders, the Air Chief said, "The nature of aerial warfare continues to rise in complexity and magnitude. The application of air power at different levels and modes could stretch our limited resources to the maximum and test our resolve. It is for this reason alone, that our force structuring and operational training must continue to evolve progressively to meet the future challenges. In quest of making PAF "Second to None", the Air Staff has already undertaken a major appraisal of its assets. PAF is now in the consolidation phase in which integration of state of the art weapon systems and force multipliers are made an integral part of the PAF operational doctrine," he detailed.Later, the chief of air staff gave away certificates and trophies to graduating officers who underwent a highly professional service course. The Chief of Air Staff Trophy for overall best performance in the course was awarded to Squadron Leader Azkaarul Husnain while Air Officer Commanding Trophy for the best performance in Air Defence Course was awarded to Squadron Leader Muhammad Shakeel.Project water rights of disadvantaged reviewed: The representatives of Governance Institutes Network International (GINI) a non-governmental organization made site visits to oversee the field activities of its project "Improving water rights of disadvantaged in Central Punjab". The project is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under its Citizens' Voice project being implemented by the Trust for Democratic Education and Accountability (TDEA). The project aims at strengthening citizens' irrigation water rights in the districts of Sargodha, Faisalabad and Gujranwala. While talking to the media project In-charge Amjad Pervaiz elaborated that water is essential for life and livelihoods. With the increasing demand for water, the areas which were once water-abundant were increasingly challenged by conflicting claims, necessitating the need for better allocation of water resources. There is no one who can help us best manage the water resources but ourselves, he pointed out