Pakistan-Trained Extremists Are Blamed for Latest Xinjiang Violence – Voice of America (blog)


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Pakistan-Trained Extremists Are Blamed for Latest Xinjiang Violence
Voice of America (blog)
Local Chinese officials are blaming Muslim extremists trained in Pakistan for the latest mayhem in China's restive Xinjiang region. Authorities in Kashgar city said Monday that a group of what they called “armed terrorists” stormed a city restaurant
China blames terror camps in Pakistan as 20 killed in XinjiangTimes of India
China Blames Extremists for Xinjiang AttackWall Street Journal
Terrorists trained in Pak. camps behind Xinjiang attack: ChinaThe Hindu
San Jose Mercury News -AFP
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India’s Pakistan policy is hopelessly idealistic – Express Buzz


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India's Pakistan policy is hopelessly idealistic
Express Buzz
Most Indians will find it shocking that within a few weeks of Mumbai blasts, which put a question mark over India's Pakistan policy, our political establishment has readily capitulated to the charm of Pakistan's vivacious Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani
VIEW: Pakistan's liberals —Sonali RanadePakistan Daily Times
Indian army 'halting peace in Kashmir'Aljazeera.net
JKLF gives formula to end Kashmir disputeThe Nation, Pakistan
The Hindu -Kashmir Dispatch -AFP
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“Issues with Pakistan” prompt CIA chief’s exit

Undercover station chief in Islamabad leaves country unexpectedly as nations try to repair relationship, gov’t official tells CBS News

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Hoping against hope, Pakistan eyes London medal – Arab News

Hoping against hope, Pakistan eyes London medal
Arab News
KARACHI: On July 27, Sohail Abbas and a host of Pakistan's sports stars from the past and present attended a festival at the British Deputy High Commission in Karachi. The spectacle was hosted by BDHC and the British Council to mark

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Pakistan’s junior team can beat Egypt: Mujahid – DAWN.com

Pakistan's junior team can beat Egypt: Mujahid
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Pakistan is scheduled to play a five-match series from 6th to 12th August against Egypt. -File Photo KARACHI: Pakistan's junior hockey team manager and head coach Rana Mujahid said that his young side can beat the senior Egyptian side when the two
Pakistan eye good showing in CairoThe News International
Umer Bhutta to lead Pakistan in Egypt seriesThe Nation, Pakistan
Umar Bhutta to lead 18-man squadPakistan Daily Times

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Pakistan Imposes Travel Curbs on US Diplomats – Voice of America (blog)


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Pakistan Imposes Travel Curbs on US Diplomats
Voice of America (blog)
Pakistan has imposed new travel restrictions on US diplomats living in the country, the latest sign of worsening ties between the troubled allies since the US raid that killed former al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden earlier this year.
"Issues with Pakistan" prompt CIA chief's exitCBS News
Pakistan restricts US diplomats' travelAFP
Report: US ambassador briefly detained in PakistanThe Hill (blog)
UPI.com -The Express Tribune -Times of India
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Media can efectively project soft image of Pakistan: Firdous – Associated Press of Pakistan


Associated Press of Pakistan
Media can efectively project soft image of Pakistan: Firdous
Associated Press of Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, Jul 31 (APP): Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan has said that media can effectively project soft image of Pakistan across the world besides strengthening democracy in the country.
Media should project Pakistan's true image: MinisterTwoCircles.net

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Flood memories – BBC News


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Flood memories
BBC News
It's been a year since Pakistan was hit by the worst floods in its history. At least 18 million people were affected, from Swat in the north to Sindh in the south. Across the country there was massive infrastructural damage and individuals struggled
Anger still raw a year after Pakistani floodsReuters Africa

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Pakistan restricts US diplomats’ travel

Pakistan has imposed new travel restrictions on US diplomats living in the country, a source told AFP Sunday, in the latest sign of ties worsening since the killing of Osama bin Laden.

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Pakistan in Zimbabwe 2011: Pakistan looking for reserve pacemen – Mohsin Khan – ESPNcricinfo.com


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Pakistan in Zimbabwe 2011: Pakistan looking for reserve pacemen – Mohsin Khan
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Pakistan's chief selector Mohsin Khan has said the squad for the tour of Zimbabwe is an opportunity to blood a few young players in the company of more experienced senior players. "Zimbabwe cannot be taken lightly and our squad was picked with full
Pakistan ready for Zim tourThe Zimbabwean
'Rameez Raja has an opportunity to shine,' says Mohsin KhanNewstrack India
Rameez Jr wants to make markThe Nation, Pakistan

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