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Hindustan TimesUS working on nuclear accord with Pakistan: ReportHindustan TimesThe US is exploring an accord that could place new limits and controls on Pakistan's nuclear arsenal and pave the way for a version of the civil nuclear deal that was concluded with India in 2005, according to a media report. The accord is part of ...Pakistan continues to ruin the lives of Kashmiris? The Asian AgePakistan giving 'independent soldier' status to terrorists: Shiv Sena Economic TimesEnter Pakistan and eliminate terrorism from its roots, says Shiv Sena IBNLive India.com - Merinewsall 87 news articles »
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The Express TribuneThe US cannot afford to forget Afghanistan and PakistanWashington PostThe hospital bombing comes as the United States is quietly exploring some diplomatic options that could reduce the violence in Afghanistan — and perhaps even curb the danger of a nuclear Pakistan next door. As with most diplomacy in South Asia, these ...Pakistan an unreliable US ally Waterbury Republican AmericanPakistan's military is true to its word, says General Campbell The Express TribuneMore troops may be needed in Afghanistan post-2016: US commander Pakistan Today Economic Times - VideoNewsUsall 1,499 news articles »
news.google.com 07 Oct 2015 12:17
... from delusions of “annexing Jammu & Kashmir” and “reaching the Gates of Delhi”, Pakistan suffered its latest delusion during PM Modi’s US visit-that India was preparing to build a “10-metre high wall, 135 feet wide and 197 km long ...
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The top US military commander in Afghanistan has indirectly acknowledged that Pakistan’s military no longer discriminates between ‘good and bad’ Taliban. General John F Campbell has also said that Pakistan has undertaken aggressive operations against ...
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ISLAMABAD: The United States has approved supply of short-range, unarmed unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) ScanEagle to help Pakistan in intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance capability in its counter-terrorism operations. According to reports ...
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ValueWalkIs U.S. Trying To Make Up To Pakistan?ValueWalkPakistan-US relations have always been a roller coaster ride throughout the history and it would not be wrong to say that whenever Washington required help in terms of furthering in agenda, Islamabad has always offered its full support. As we have ...
news.google.com 06 Oct 2015 02:24
The Express TribuneNASA shows us how heavily guarded the India-Pakistan border isThe Express TribuneA nighttime panorama of South Asia shows one of the few places on Earth where an international border can be seen during the night – the India-Pakistan border. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) released photos that clearly show ...and more »
news.google.com 06 Oct 2015 08:30
Washington TimesSohail Aman denies China helped Pakistan acquire armed dronesWashington TimesPakistani forces made headlines three weeks ago with their first lethal drone strike on Islamic militants. Although the development raised eyebrows and prompted unease in some U.S. national security circles, Mr. Aman said he still has “not got too many ...
news.google.com 06 Oct 2015 01:05
Former minister Kasuri’s new book: ‘US Senators asked how Pakistan would react if India launched aerial strike on JuD’
Before a lunch in Lahore shortly after the 26/11 Mumbai attack, US Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham had asked former Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri how Pakistan would react if India carried out an aerial strike on Jamaat Ud Dawah ...
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In footage released on Sunday, the militant Islamist group hanged a man who identified himself as belonging to a Pakistan army unit and said he had been recruited by the country's military intelligence agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence. The videos ...
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Former minister Kasuri's new book: 'US Senators asked how Pakistan would react ... - The Indian Express
The Indian ExpressFormer minister Kasuri's new book: 'US Senators asked how Pakistan would react ...The Indian ExpressBefore a lunch in Lahore shortly after the 26/11 Mumbai attack, US Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham had asked former Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri how Pakistan would react if India carried out an aerial strike on Jamaat Ud ...India may have considered carrying out surgical air strikes post 26/11 attacks ... IBNLiveExclusive: India planned air strikes in Pakistan after 26/11, says former Pak ... India TodayMumbai attacks aftermath: 'India planned airstrikes in Pakistan after 26/11' The Express Tribune The Hindu - Pakistan Today - DAWN.comall 77 news articles »
news.google.com 05 Oct 2015 09:04
US were never close with Pakistan. They were using Pakistan and constant threats of siding with India used as a stick and now China brings equilibrium to the equation with their good heart and intentions. Long live a prosperous and peaceful Pak-China ...
www.bing.com 05 Oct 2015 02:51
'How can Kashmir be demilitarised if the terrorist threat remains and Pakistan continues to incite elements in Kashmir to keep the internal situation unstable?' asks former foreign secretary Kanwal Sibal. Exclusive to Rediff.com IMAGE: Mohammed Naved Yakub ...
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Pakistan and the United States are working on increasing co-operation between their universities as well as seeking more scholarships for higher education for Pakistani students in America, Pakistan's ambassador to the US, Jalil Abbas Jilani said here on ...
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Washington: Influential American lawmakers have expressed concern over deterioration of human rights situation in particular those of the minority Hindus in Pakistan's Sindh province. "Sindh's Hindu community lives in constant fear of their women being ...
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American lobbyist Mark Siegel has told a Pakistan court that Pakistan's former President Pervez Musharraf threatened ex-Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto weeks before she was assassinated. The former military dictator allegedly made the threat in a ...
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Pakistan shares files with UN alleging Indian involvement in fomenting violence - U.S. News & World Report
ReutersPakistan shares files with UN alleging Indian involvement in fomenting violenceU.S. News & World ReportUNITED NATIONS (AP) — Pakistan took its long-running dispute with neighboring India to the United Nations Friday as the country's U.N. Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi presented three dossiers to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's office alleging Indian ...Pakistan's Sharif urges formalized Kashmir truce with India ReutersIndia to Pakistan: Give Up Terrorism, Then We'll Talk Voice of AmericaIndia blames Pakistan for terrorism, rejects peace initiative Geo News, Pakistan ABC Newsall 1,875 news articles »
news.google.com 02 Oct 2015 07:34
FortuneWhat Pakistan's drone strikes say about drone warfareFortuneFew had predicted that Pakistan would be the first state outside the West to use a drone for a targeted killing, especially given the hostility that many Pakistanis had toward U.S. drone strikes. Fewer still would have expected the relatively muted ...Pakistani drone strikes should worry Obama The Conversation USall 6 news articles »
news.google.com 30 Sep 2015 02:46
Times of IndiaModi received like a star in the US: Pakistani dailyTimes of India"Modi has been focused on connecting with the Indian diaspora in the US, while Nawaz Sharif was considering speaking to the US President in Urdu, to give our national ego a boost. It almost sounds like a joke. Increasingly, Pakistan has nothing to ...Pakistan media on PM Modi's US visit India TodayPM Nawaz conveys Pakistan's concerns to US over Indian ceasefire violation Geo News, PakistanPM Nawaz conveys Pakistan's concern to US about Indian ceasefire violations Daily Pakistan Reuters - The Quintall 722 news articles »
news.google.com 28 Sep 2015 06:15
New York TimesIn Pakistan, US Aid Agency's Efforts Face SkepticismNew York TimesThe organization behind the Urdu-language ads, the United States Agency for International Development, or U.S.A.I.D., has been operating in Pakistan for more than a decade, disbursing billions of dollars. But critics say the aid has had minimal impact ...
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