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HindustanTimes Fri,18 Apr 2014

Pakistan

Pakistan talks of war amidst peace process

In an obvious reference to India, Pak PM said a tit for tat response would be given if a nation cast an evil eye on it.

Indian stars' security worries in Pakistan

Indian entertainers and film stars have been frequently invited to visit Pakistan, but many are not sure they want to take the risk.

PAF, Navy didn't know of Ayub plan

An ex-Air Force chief disclosed Army hadn't told them about the operation.

Pervez attacker hanged to death

M Siddiqui, a member of Pak Army, was court-martialled and sentenced to death for plotting to kill the Pak Prez.

Ex-PAF chief blames Pak for '65 War

Nur Khan accused ex-military ruler Ayub Khan of telling a "big lie" to the nation that India had provoked War.

London bomber visited Pak madrassa: Musharraf

Pakistan confirmed for the first time that one of the London subway suicide bombers had spent time at a religious school linked to terrorists in Lahore.

Pipeline agreement finalisation in Dec

Petroleum secys of India and Pakistan announced this after JWG meet.

London suicide bombers made phone calls to Pak

A London suicide bomber made numerous calls to a mobile phone in Pak, the last contact being just 3 days before the attacks.

Terror must end for ceasefire: PM

Musharraf was a person he could do business with, Singh said, while ruling out redrawing of borders.

Musharraf meets Bush, seeks help over Kashmir

Hours before his meet with Manmohan, Pak Prez sought US help in persuading India on troops reduction in J&K.

Pak, UK to cooperate in fight against terror

Musharraf has spelt out a six-point strategy to curb extremism.

India will never succumb to terror in J&K, says PM

Manmohan Singh also said unless UN became more representative, its ability to deliver would continue to be limited.

Pak gunbattle leaves seven dead, two injured

This is the second attack in four days, the first one on Saturday leaving eight personnel dead.

Landslide kills seven people in Pakistan

At least 18 others were injured when a bus carrying 39 passengers was struck by a landslide in northern Pakistan.

35-member delegation from Pak arrives in India

A 35 member-delegation of South Asia Free Media Association from Pakistan arrived in Wagah.
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