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HindustanTimes Sat,30 Aug 2014

Pakistan

Pakistan, China discuss transfer of new weapons

Pakistan and Chinese officials have held talks to discuss details of transfer of new weapons system to the Pakistan Navy.

After Baglihar, Pak raises Dul-Hasti Dam ghost

Pakistani officials have said that the construction of the dam 'violates the Indus Water Treaty on Ranbir canal'.

Govt seeks details on 182 prisoners in Pak

This is the first time the Pakistan Government has officially recorded data of Indian prisoners.

US Congress links arms support with N-aid

The US had ppledged an assistance package to Pak, which includes 300mn dollars total military aid per year for the next five years.

Pakistan willing to talk on Baglihar

This missive has been conveyed to the World Bank by Islamabad even as it responded to the bank's queries pertaining to the dispute.

India-Pak concert raises funds for tsunami victims

Called "Help!", the concert held in Mumbai was broadcast on several news and entertainment television channels.

Khan's nuke network still operational: Time

'Khan sold N Korea much of necessary material to build a nuclear bomb, including high-speed centrifuges used to enrich uranium.'

Pak not to compete with India for arsenals

Islamabad has realised that it cannot match New Delhi in terms of acquiring conventional weapons.

Report on AQ Khan incorrect: Pakistan

Pak has termed as "incorrect" a report in Time that US is probing whether the scientist sold N-technology to Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries.

Musharraf plea to WB chief over Baglihar

Pak had approached WB help resolve the dispute with India after they failed to arrive at consensus regarding the appointment of a neutral expert.

Pak 'capable of securing its N-assets'

Masood Ahmed Khan said that Pakistan's nuclear assets are under foolproof security parameters and its safety can be surely guaranteed.

UK confident about Pak's handling of AQ Khan

Prez pardoned Khan in February last year after it emerged that he sold sensitive technology.

Natwar Singh meets Pervez Musharraf

India is awaiting a response from Pak on number of proposals, many of which are aimed at bolstering people-to-people contacts.

Pak ready to play Test in Mumbai

The PCB chief had an hour-long meeting with K Natwar Singh and was confident of finalising all the venues today.

Ahmedabad loses Test, gets ODI

As things stand now, the BCCI has proposed the holding of a sixth One-Day International in Ahmedabad.
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