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In Ahmadis's desert city, Pakistan closes in
Reuters
By Myra MacDonald RABWAH, Pakistan (Reuters) - At the office of what claims to be one of Pakistan's oldest newspapers, workers scan copy for words it is not allowed to use -- words like Muslim and Islam. "The government is constantly monitoring this ...
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The Downward Spiral
New York Times
By HDS GREENWAY It would be hard to imagine a more self-defeating gesture than cutting a third of America's aid to Pakistan, but that's what the Obama administration appears to be doing. The reason: to punish Pakistan for expelling American military ...
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Who will bring reforms in Pakistan cricket?
NDTV.com
AP Islamabad: As Pakistan resists overhauling its creaky cricket administration, the question is whether the International Cricket Council can force change upon a local board with strong vested interests in maintaining the status quo. ...
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Diplomatic skill to ward off looming dangers
PakTribune.com
They were successfully brainwashed that the chief threat to Pakistan's integrity and to their rule was from local extremists and not from India and that the US was Pakistan's well-wisher. To keep our rulers scared and committed to fight militants with ...
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Pakistan's Central Banker Resigns
Wall Street Journal
By ZAHID HUSSAIN ISLAMABAD—Pakistan's central bank governor resigned because of policy differences with the government over the country's mounting budget deficit, dealing a further blow to the nation's already bleak economic outlook. ...
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Pakistan spy chief visit to US "went very well"
Reuters
The relationship between US and Pakistani intelligence services was especially strained after US special forces conducted a secret raid in Pakistan in May that killed bin Laden. Pakistan branded the operation a violation of its sovereignty and Pasha ...
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ISI Chief Shuja Pasha, CIA share concerns
PakTribune.com
WASHINGTON: The Director General of the ISI, Lieutenant-General Ahmad Shuja Pasha, had a candid exchange of views with the US intelligence officials, touching on a number of contentious issues, including Pakistan's curtailing of visas issued to US ...
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Pakistan Supreme Court grants bail to suspect in Sri Lankan team attack case
Times of India
LAHORE: A key suspect in the 2009 attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore has been released from Kot Lakhpat Jail after the Pakistan Supreme Court granted him bail. Malik Ishaq, one of the founders of the banned Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, had appealed ...
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As U.S. wars wind down, drones gain new prominence
Reuters
A boy walks past a mud house damaged by a bomb explosion early morning in the Pakistan-Afghanistan border town of Chaman July 14, 2011. By Warren Strobel and Tabassum Zakaria WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In many ways, it's the perfect weapon for a war-weary ...
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Pakistan will be suspect until evil in its midst is rooted out
Telegraph.co.uk
By Con Coughlin A fresh wave of terrorist attacks are launched at the heart of the Indian city of Mumbai, and immediately the finger of suspicion points towards Pakistan. And this is before Indian counter-terrorism officials have even had a chance to ...
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Blogs5 new results for pakistan
 
RealClearPolitics - Pakistan's Terror Strategy Is Unsustainable
By Times of India
The partial suspension of US aid and stepped up drone strikes in Pakistan's northwest place the spotlight, once again, on the glaring contradictions in the US-Pakistani relationship. Islamabad has pursued a high-risk strategy ever since ...
RealClearPolitics - Homepage
Pakistan wants to join Nuclear Suppliers Group – The Express Tribune
National Command Authority volunteers to join the group if country is recognised as nuclear weapons state.
The Express Tribune
In Ahmadis's desert city, Pakistan closes in on group it declared ...
By Myra MacDonald
Pakistan's Ahmadis, declared non-Muslims, face increasing threats of violence in a country strained by a weakening economy, an Islamist insurgency and internecine political feuds.
FaithWorld
Logistical & Diplomatic Nightmare: Asia Society's Postponed Pakistan
In the history of exasperatingly difficult-to-organize exhibitions, few can top Asia Society's upcoming Buddhist Heritage of Pakistan: Art of Gandhara, now expected to open on or about Aug. 9 for a run of about three months, ...
AJBlogCentral
No, Pakistan Is Not Off the Hook - By Shashank Joshi | Foreign Policy
By SHASHANK JOSHI
But it is no less important to understand that the group has flourished by plugging itself into transnational jihadi networks, enjoying the patronage of Pakistan-backed groups like LeT, which in turn remain the most serious threats to ...
Foreign Policy

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U.S. holding millions in aid to Pakistan, says Obama's chief of ...
The United States is holding back $800 million in aid to Pakistan, President Barack Obama's chief of staff said Sunday.Appearing on ABC's "This Week," White ...
articles.cnn.com/.../pakistan.us_1_pakistani-officials-athar-abb...
Pakistan: U.S. decision to withhold military aid to Pakistan could ...
Washington's decision to hold back $800 million in military aid to Pakistan probably won't prod Islamabad into clamping down on militancy, and instead could ...
articles.latimes.com/2011/jul/12/.../la-fg-pakistan-aid-2011071...
Pakistan defiant, says it is capable of operations without US aid ...
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's military has said that a cut in US aid will not affect its anti terror efforts as Washington confirmed that it would withhold some ...
articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/.../29760299_1_military-a...


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