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Pakistan quake survivors storm UN choppers

The people demanded to be taken to Muzaffarabad. Weapons were not used during the incident.

Pak rules out unilateral troops' withdrawal

Pakistan on Monday ruled out unilateral withdrawal of troops from the Pakistan occupied Kashmir.

'Pak still the hub of nuclear black market'

Pak continues to be involved in trading surplus goods to other countries despite the uncovering of the proliferation network of AQ Khan two years ago, says a report.

Mirwaiz, Musharraf discuss demilitarisation

The APHC leader also briefed the Pak Prez about his proposals for stablishment of a 'United States of Kashmir' and self-governance.

'India's Baloch remarks disappointing'

Pervez has accused India of providing financial support to Baloch rebels.

Sharif, Bhutto hold telephonic talks in Dubai

Deposed Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif has held telephonic talks with former premier Benazir Bhutto on political issues facing their country.

We have proof of India's hand in Balochistan: Pak

Pakistan on Monday claimed that it has evidence with regard to its allegation that India was involved in the unrest in Balochistan province.

Pak says it has proof linking India to tribal unrest

Pakistan has said it has evidence that links New Delhi to unrest in Balochistan province.

Mush's demilitarisation plan finds favour in Kashmir

Despite being rejected by India, a call for demilitarisation of 3 cities in Kashmir by the Pak Prez has found favour in the restive region.

India rubbishes Pak charge on Balochistan

India on Saturday night rubbished as "utterly baseless and false" Pakistan's allegation that New Delhi was supporting violence in Balochistan.

'UN resolutions on Kashmir not viable'

Pakistan-based Muttahida Jihad Council said that an "independent" Kashmir was the most viable solution.

Musharraf ally threatens to quit Pak coalition

The Muttahida Qaumi Movement threatened to quit the coalition if a military crackdown in Balochistan province was not halted.

Death toll in Pakistan avalanche rises to 14

The death toll from an avalanche rose to 14 after Army rescuers recovered seven more bodies from the bus wreckage.

Leaders must dominate agencies: Pervez

The President has said that India is perhaps the only country whose leaders do not trust him.

Musharraf offers to join fight against terror in JK

Claims he is fully backed by his army, blames India for being tepid to his suggestions.
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