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Pak finds India unfit for UNSC seat

Pakistan, however, has extended support to Japan's bid for a permanent seat in the UN Security Council.

No foreigner to question scientist Khan: Kasuri

Foreign Minister Khurshid said Pak will not let any foreigner question Abdul Qadeer Khan.

Khan gave nuke material to Iran: Pak

For the first time Pak has admitted that the rogue nuclear scientist actually supplied centrifuges to Iran.

Pervez accepts invite, may see ODI

Although Pak Prez has not indicated his preference for any specific match, it is learnt he would go for an ODI.

Pak may allow centrifuges' inspection

This is aimed at putting to rest the controversy over N-tech transfer.

Pak moves WB over Baglihar again

Within the shortest possible time, Pakistan sought a neutral expert, writes Sajjan Singh Thakur.

Pak businessman accused of exporting N-device

A Pakistani businessman illegally exported devices from the US that could be used to test, develop and detonate nuclear weapons.

China backs our stand on UNSC expansion: Pak

Pakistan has claimed that China supported its stand that expansion of the powerful organ should not be country-specific.

Pak should stop double standards, says Pranab

Two days before Musharraf visits India, Pranab said Islamabad should give up its double standards on terrorism.

Pak suffering least in Kashmir: Musharraf

In an interview to PTV, Musharraf said his peace effort was more to alleviate sufferings of Kashmiris than Pakistanis.

Clear proliferation charges: France to Pak

The two countries are engaged in discussions on sale of the state-of-the-art Mirage-2000 combat jets.

Rashid row 'won't impact peace talks'

India's decision to refuse visa to Pak minister will have no effect on the peace process, its Foreign Office said.

India-Pak talks on Wullar Barrage from Tuesday

India-Pakistan talks on the Wullar Barrage, one of three river projects in Jammu and Kashmir that Islamabad is opposed to, will be held in New Delhi Tuesday-Wednesday, reports Online news agency.

Pakistan tries to kill India's UNSC bid

Indian diplomats say Pak has identified 120 or so nations that it hopes will back the Coffee Club, reports Aditya Sinha.

Pakistan for 'proper probe'

Pak Foreign Office said it had strongly condemned terrorist attack in Ayodhya.
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