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A stable Afghanistan could go a long way to lowering the temperatures and the tensions in the Afghan-Pakistani relationship.
Washington : Most of the American military aid to Islamabad for counterinsurgency has gone into buying equipment to fight India, a former US diplomat has told lawmakers as he described Pakistan as a country which is "on the edge in many ways of being a failed state".
WASHINGTON: Pakistan's energy crisis could best be addressed through a holistic approach integrating immediate improvement in current generation and supply systems with judiciously planned exploitation of diverse sources, top experts emphasised at a one-day conference.
An officer from the Federal Investigation Agency who works specifically on kidnapping cases said the splintering of the Pakistani Taliban, formally known as the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan or TTP, has led to more such crime in the past two years.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Railways has partially repaired its image and market, both in less than a year, seemingly the only hint of the government's success so far.
ISLAMABAD: Eidul Fitr was celebrated on Tuesday in the country, including Azad Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan with great religious fervour and festivity.
ISLAMABAD: Imran Khan on Thursday reiterated his demand for the mid-term elections, vowed to move ahead with his planned 'million march towards the capital if his party's demand for the early polls is not accepted by the government.
The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Mark Moses and Indian actress Nimrat Kaur have joined the series for several episodes.
Islamabad: At least 20 bodies have been recovered from two separate beaches in southern Pakistan, where 23 people had drowned, after they went swimming into the sea despite warnings about strong currents.
Last week, two teenage sisters suffered burn injuries on the face and neck when masked men sprayed acid on them in Mastung.
Appalachian State University has received a third grant totaling $397,713 from the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan, to continue an exchange project between public schools in Watauga County and Taxila, Pakistan.
He was forced to live like a blind man in a dark dungeon for eight months, so completely denied daylight that he could not know if it was day or night, after Pakistan's Military Intelligence secretly abducted him on suspicion of promoting U.S. interests.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's ambassador to the US, Jalil Abbas Jilani, has reiterated that the North Waziristan operation against terrorists was going to be comprehensive and nondiscriminatory, and no terrorist group including the notorious Haqqani Network was being given any safe exit as reported in the media.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 04:04 am
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