Pakistan minister visit aims to warm Afghan ties – AFP


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Pakistan minister visit aims to warm Afghan ties
AFP
KABUL — Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar was due to meet Afghan President Hamid Karzai on a one-day visit to Kabul Wednesday aimed at warming frosty ties between the two neighbours. "This visit will mark a new cooperation phase between the
Pakistan backs Afghan reconciliation process: KharPakistan Daily Times
Pakistan foreign minister set for Kabul talksAljazeera.com
Pakistan softens line on US-Taliban talksFinancial Times
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Pakistani & Indian chefs compete on TV – New York Daily News


New York Daily News
Pakistani& Indian chefs compete on TV
New York Daily News
AP A Pakistani chef prepares a traditional dish at Lahore's food park in Pakistan. Archenemies Pakistan and India have competed in a dangerous nuclear arm race, are going head-to-head for the first time in a pair of reality TV shows that pit chefs and
Pakistan and India take their rivalry to a new realm: reality TV featuring Washington Post (blog)

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BBC: Secret report reveals Pakistan-Taliban ties – msnbc.com


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BBC: Secret report reveals Pakistan-Taliban ties
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By NBC News and msnbc.com staff Pakistan's security services are directly assisting the Taliban in Afghanistan and know where senior militant leaders are hiding, the BBC reported on Tuesday. The British news service cited a leaked secret NATO report
Pakistan is helping Afghan Taliban, says Nato reportBBC News
Pakistan security helping Taliban: NATO reportTimes of India
Pakistan helping Taliban: secret Nato reportDAWN.com
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‘We want transparent elections’ says Gilani – The Express Tribune


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'We want transparent elections' says Gilani
The Express Tribune
PHOTO: REUTERS/FILE ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani on Tuesday said that the new Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) would be appointed in consensus with all political parties, as the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) wanted to ensure free,
Early poll in Pakistan desirable: DailyDaily News & Analysis
Pakistan PM hints at early electionsHindustan Times
'Rally' fever in PakistanNews Pakistan
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President Karzai to visit Pakistan in mid-Feb – The Express Tribune


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President Karzai to visit Pakistan in mid-Feb
The Express Tribune
Foreign Office spokesperson says Afghan president will attend trilateral summit with Pakistani and Iranian presidents. By Tahir Khan Foreign Office spokesperson says Afghan president will attend trilateral summit with Pakistani and Iranian presidents.

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Pakistan considers India an existential threat: US – Hindustan Times


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Pakistan considers India an existential threat: US
Hindustan Times
The United States wants its relations with Pakistan to remain positive, but their interests sometimes differed as Pakistan considered India as an existential threat, according to Washington's intelligence chief. Tuesday, Director of National
Obama defends US drone strikes in PakistanBBC News
Obama Remark on Drone Strikes in Pakistan Stirs ControversyVoice of America
Amnesty seeks legal basis of US drone strikes in PakistanDAWN.com
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Pakistan will show no mercy – gulfnews.com


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Pakistan will show no mercy
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The hero of Pakistan's win in the second Test against England with a haul of six wickets for 25 runs, the left-arm spinner said the team's goal was to clinch the No 1 spot. Dubai: Abdul Rahman, who downed England in the Abu Dhabi Test match with a
Pakistan beat England through hard work: RehmanAFP
Pakistan's spinners leave England fearing for their No1 statusThe Guardian
England's batsmen hold crisis meetingTelegraph.co.uk
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Pakistan played its role in helping Kashmiris: PM AJK – Pakistan Daily Times


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Pakistan played its role in helping Kashmiris: PM AJK
Pakistan Daily Times
KARACHI: President Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Sardar Mohammad Yaqoob has said Pakistan always played its role in helping out the Kashmiris in hard times, adding that his enthusiasm to serve people lead him to the seat of AJK president.
The Kashmir conundrumThe Nation, Pakistan
PPP, Kashmir integral part of each otherThe News International
Kashmir dispute: 'Pakistan has always played positive role'Business Recorder (blog)
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Pakistani Soldiers, Taliban Battle, Leaving 60 Dead – Wall Street Journal


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Pakistani Soldiers, Taliban Battle, Leaving 60 Dead
Wall Street Journal
AP PARACHINAR, Pakistan— Fighting between Pakistani soldiers and Taliban militants over a strategic mountaintop in northwestern Pakistan has killed more than 60 people, a government official said on Tuesday. The battle first started a week ago when
Clashes in Northwest Pakistan Kill 50Voice of America
Pakistan: more than 60 killed in fighting between military and TalibanThe Guardian
Fighting over Pakistani mountaintop kills over 60Boston.com
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Pakistan still sharing intel with US – CNN (blog)


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Pakistan still sharing intel with US
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By Jamie Crawford The US and Pakistan continue to share intelligence despite the "fraught" relationship, the head of the Central Intelligence Agency told a Senate committee on Tuesday. CIA Director David Petraeus called the relationship “strained” and
Petraeus works to improve relations with lawmakersLos Angeles Times

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