Pakistan insisted not been “complicit” in sheltering Osama bin Laden

Pakistan's PM denies authorities knew Osama bin Laden was living in country Global 'intelligence failure' to blame for al-Qaida leader going undetected for so long, says Yousaf Raza Gilani Pakistan's prime minister has insisted his country had not been "complicit" in sheltering Osama bin Laden and said the fact the late al-Qaida leader was able to live undetected for so long in Pakistan was down to a univer ...

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The International Committee of the Red Cross suspends operations in two Pakistani cities

The International Committee of the Red Cross suspended operations in two of Pakistan’s largest cities and announced it would review its presence in the South Asian country after the brutal murder of Khalil Rasjed Dale, one of its workers who had been kidnapped in January ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- The International Committee of the Red Cross suspended operations in two of Pakistan’s largest cities Thursday and ...

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Joint Statement – Prime Minister of Pakistan and the Prime Minister of the UK

1.Prime Minister Gilani of Pakistan and Prime Minister Cameron of the UK today reviewed the significant progress made under the Enhanced Strategic Dialogue between Pakistan and the UK that underscores the enduring partnership between the two countries. 2.The two Prime Ministers noted that since its launch in 2011 the dialogue between the UK and Pakistan has become deeper and broader. At the Summit, the two ...

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Pakistan tests Hatf-III missile

Faheem Belharvi Pakistan conducted a   Short Range Ballistic Missile Hatf-III (Ghaznavi), which can carry nuclear and conventional warheads to a range of 290 kilometers on Thursday.The launch was conducted at the conclusion of the annual field training exercise of Army Strategic Force Command (ASFC). The exercise was aimed at testing the operational readiness of a Strategic Missile Group. The field exercise ...

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2 May saga revisited to malign Pakistan

Asif Haroon Raja On the night of 01/02 May 2011, two US Blackhawk stealth helicopters carrying over two dozen soldiers from US Navy SEALs took off from Jalalabad Airbase and headed for Abbottabad to get Osama bin Laden (OBL). The operation was launched on the basis of intelligence provided by the ISI in 2009. Mobile conversation of an Arab from Taxila with another one in Kuwait was recorded and handed over ...

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Balochistan: the other dimension

Sayed G B Shah Bokhari In his three-part article in The News, titled, ‘The real Balochistan,’ former senator Sana Baloch has mentioned the backwardness and deprivation of the Baloch people. This is looking at the problem in isolation, ignoring the reality that most other parts of the country are also backward and deprived. If Balochistan is a virtual prison because of “thousands of check-posts dotting the p ...

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Just for Cameron Munter

Ali Sukhanver History is going to repeat itself very soon. The people of Pakistan must be ready for another episode like that of the Abbotabad Hunting. Zawahiri is in Pakistan; assured the gracious lady Hilary Clinton talking to media in Kolkata, a few days back. She further said in the same interview, “You have to go over those who are trying to kill you. You have to be focused on that.” Hillary is no doub ...

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Don’t forget India’s nukes

Jane Harman  We urge all nuclear-capable states to exercise restraint regarding nuclear capabilities, a State Department spokesman said last month after India successfully blasted its new long-range Agni 5 missile into the Bay of Bengal. But he quickly softened the admonishment: “That said, India has a solid non-proliferation record.” Washington’s oddly relaxed approach to India’s nuclear program goes back ...

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