Pakistan tests nuclear-capable missile (Tiscali)

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan’s army chief dismissed on Friday fears that the country’s nuclear weapons could fall into the hands of Islamist militants as the military test fired a nuclear-capable missile.

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17 militants killed in Afghan violence

KABUL: International military forces helping Afghanistan to fight extremists said on Wednesday they had killed 17 militants in separate operations.br

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Training starts for house listing operation-2009

IslamabadThe preparation of master trainers for House Listing Operation in connection with the sixth Population Housing Census of Pakistan h

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Four get life term in kidnapping case

KarachiAn Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) sentenced four kidnappers, including a woman, to life imprisonment after finding them guilty of kidnappin

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Iran, Pakistan to work on energy (UPI)

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Dec. 31 (UPI) — Iranian and Pakistani officials are meeting in Islamabad to discuss cooperation on energy.

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Hospital awaits response from ministry on 3 schemes

RawalpindiDistrict Headquarters Hospital has received no response as yet from the provincial health ministry on the construction of a nursing

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Gwadar Port to boost trade ties with neighbours: PM

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said uplift projects initiated by the government would bring rapid socio-economic development to

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The troubles of 2008, the promise of 2009

KarachiAs 2008 comes to a close, heralding the arrival of 2009, the people of Karachi wonder what the coming months hold for them. The city w

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Massive blasts reported in Peshawar

PESHAWAR: A series of massive blasts has been reportedly heard in Peshawar, the capital city of NWFP province on early Thursday, police sources reported.Police is trying to locate the exact scenes of blasts however, no casualty reports have so far been received in the incidents, police confirmed.

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PPMA demands 20 per cent increase in drug prices

KarachiThe government should allow the Pakistan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association (PPMA) to increase the prices of drugs by 20 per cent

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