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FIA gets two days remand of Mumbai attack suspects
( 18-Mar-2009 )

Rawalpindi, Mar.18 (ANI): The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has obtained the physical remand of three Mumbai attack suspects for two more days from the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) here. According to The Nation, the FIA had sought the remand of the accused following India’s response to Pak ....
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No LeT, JeM radicals in Pak CID?s ?Red Book? of most wanted terrorists
( 18-Mar-2009 )

Karachi, Mar.18 (ANI): Outlawed terrorist outfits such as the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) may be on the US’s list of most dreaded terror groups, but Pakistan does not consider them dangerous as far as the Criminal Investigation Department’s (CID) recently released &l ....
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Three suicide bombers planned to attack Long March
( 18-Mar-2009 )

Rawalpindi, Mar. 18 (ANI ....
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Swat lawyers concerned over Sufi?s warning against judiciary
( 18-Mar-2009 )

Peshawar, Mar. 18 (ANI): ....
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Altaf says only political stability can revive Pakistan cricket?s lost reputation
( 18-Mar-2009 )

Karachi, Mar. 18 (ANI): ....
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Pak announces Azlan Shah hockey squad
( 18-Mar-2009 )

Karachi, Mar.18 (ANI): The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) Wednesday announced its squad for the 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Cup Tournament to be played in Malaysia. Zeeshan Ashraf will captain the side and Mohammad Imran will be his deputy. The other players in the squad are Nasir Ahmed, Rana A ....
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BLUF sets 48-hour deadline for Solecki''s release
( 17-Mar-2009 )

Quetta (Pakistan), Mar. 17 (ANI): The Balochistan Liberation United Front, which came into limelight after abducting UNHCR official John Solecki, has set another deadline of 48 hours for the acceptance of its demands in exchange for Solecki. “We give another deadline of 48 hours to United ....
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Swat women still afraid to go out and shop
( 17-Mar-2009 )

Mingora (Pakistan), Mar. ....
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Sharia courts in other areas of province soon, says NWFP information minister
( 16-Mar-2009 )

Mingora (Pakistan), Mar.16 (ANI): The North West Frontier Province (NWFP) Government has announced plans to establish  ‘sharia’ courts in other parts of the province. The provincial Information Minister, Iftikhar Hussain said qazis would be appointed in other areas soon, once their ....
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Abductors ready to trade UN official for missing Quetta tailor
( 15-Mar-2009 )

Quetta (Pakistan), Mar.15 (ANI): A mysterious insurgent group has said that it is ready to trade John Solecki, the American chief of the U.N. refugee office for the 1,100 people who have gone missing since 2000. They have said that they are a ready to exchange Solecki for missing Pakistani tailor A ....
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NWFP Govt. planning to induct Taliban militants into police, levies
( 14-Mar-2009 )

Mingora (Pakistan), Mar. ....
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Sedition case against Sharif brother?s filed in Sindh High Court
( 14-Mar-2009 )

Karachi, Mar.14 (ANI):  The former Pakistan Prime Minister and PML-N chief, Nawaz Sharif and his brother, sacked Punjab Chief Minister, Shahbaz Sharif may have garnered huge public support against the PPP led government and especially against President Asif Ali Zardari, but their voracious verb ....
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Qureshi says US drone strikes are causing ?alienation? in Pak
( 14-Mar-2009 )

Prague, Mar. 14 (ANI): Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that US drone strikes are causing “alienation” within his country. “There is collateral damage that accompanies these attacks, and it leads to alienation,” The News quoted him, as saying. Qur ....
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Pak economy losing three billion rupees daily due to political bedlam
( 14-Mar-2009 )

Karachi, Mar.14 (ANI):  The current political turmoil in Pakistan has not only raised questions about the stability of the democratic regime in the country, but it also has severely dented its economic growth. According to an estimate, Pakistan is losing about three billion rupees daily due to ....
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