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Expressing deep concern over the acquittal of eight of the 10 men jailed for attack on Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai, two top US lawmakers have asked Pakistan to bring the attackers to justice. "We urge the government of Pakistan to re-double its efforts ...
www.bing.com 29 Jun 2015 11:41
ET SPECIAL:Love visual aspect of news? Enjoy this exclusive slideshows treat! ISLAMABAD: The IMF has approved over US$ 506 million loan tranche to cash-strapped Pakistan as part of a three-year bailout programme to support the country's economic reforms ...
www.bing.com 28 Jun 2015 05:26
LAHORE - The American Consul General Lahore is pleased to see a vibrant and independent media playing vanguard for sustained democracy and to create national unity in Pakistan. “It is exciting to see an energetic, vibrant and independent media as ...
www.bing.com 27 Jun 2015 07:11
Envoy-designate to Pakistan David Hale tells Congress Pakistan needs to continue to put pressure on Afghan Taliban to join peace process Says US and Pakistan share ‘deep concern’ over Islamic State militant group’s efforts to gain foothold in ...
www.bing.com 24 Jun 2015 11:33
Washington: The US has said it expects Pakistan to be a responsible stakeholder on security issues and believes that India and Pakistan need to resolve all issues peacefully on their own. "Our expectation continues to be that Pakistan will be a responsible ...
www.bing.com 24 Jun 2015 01:02
"You heard Secretary Kerry talk on this very issue...about his concerns about tensions between India and Pakistan right now and our continued belief that both sides need to work these issues out peaceably and on their own," Kirby said in response to a ...
www.bing.com 24 Jun 2015 12:50
WASHINGTON: Expressing the hope that Pakistan would be a responsible stakeholder on security issues, in particular the nuclear issue, the US has said that New Delhi and Islamabad need to work on issues between them peaceably on their own. US secretary of ...
www.bing.com 23 Jun 2015 10:59
Washington, Jun 24: The US expects Pakistan will be a responsible stakeholder on security issues and believes that India and Pakistan should resolve all their differences peacefully without any involvement of a third party, a senior American official has said.
www.bing.com 23 Jun 2015 10:30
WASHINGTON: An annual US report on terrorism once again called out Pakistan's two-timing on terrorism, detailing the country's patronage of terror groups, but stopped short of citing the government or the army use of terrorism as state policy, or calling ...
www.bing.com 19 Jun 2015 09:32