India says all Mumbai attackers from Pakistan (AFP via Yahoo! News)

The Mumbai attackers were all from Pakistan, India’s deputy interior minister said on Monday, stopping short of blaming the government in Islamabad for last week’s carnage which left more than 170 dead.

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Karachi: five more killed in violence

KARACHI: Some unidentified gunmen killed five more persons in an act of violence in Orangi Town in the metropolis on Monday.Edhi sources confirmed the firing incident occurred in Raees Brohi colony, causing panic and fear among the people. While roads are giving a deserted look in the nearby localities.

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Pakistan-Based Group Accused in Mumbai Attacks Flourishing Despite Ban (Washington Post)

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Nov. 30 — In January 2002, the government of Pakistan reluctantly announced that it would ban Lashkar-i-Taiba, a Kashmiri guerrilla group suspected of crossing the border into India and storming the Parliament in New Delhi, an incident that nearly triggered a war between the…

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Taliban kill three security men in Bannu

BANNU: Three security men were killed and 14 others, including two civilians, injured when Taliban fired rockets at the Baran Pul checkpoint on the Mi

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PM convenes APC on national security

ISLAMABAD: After holding in-depth discussion with the heads of all major political parties of the country, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani Sunday co

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India-Pakistan relations strained as Mumbai attacks probed (CNN)

The terrorist attacks that killed more than 180 people in Mumbai last week has strained India’s already tenuous relationship with Pakistan, as India investigates its neighbor’s alleged ties to the massacre.

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Pakistan News

Wind power production project underway

IslamabadThe United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in collaboration with the Government of Pakistan and the funding of the Global Enviro

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19 police officials suspended

RawalpindiNineteen police officials including two sub-inspectors, four assistant sub-inspectors and thirteen constables were suspended on the

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Celiac disease in kids

Celiac disease is a painful digestive disorder that can be controlled by eliminating gluten from the diet. Gluten is found in foods that contain wheat

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World AIDS Day today

IslamabadThe 20th World AIDS Day is seen as providing opportunities for both celebration as well as concern.In a message released for

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