Pakistan and India visa dilemma – DAWN.com

Pakistan and India visa dilemma
DAWN.com
SPEAKERS at a recent panel discussion, participated by right and cultural activists and intellectuals from India and Pakistan, urged the two governments to relax visa policies for each other's nationals (March 25). I endorse the view of the HRCP

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Key to Afghanistan lies in Pakistan – Philadelphia Inquirer


The Express Tribune
Key to Afghanistan lies in Pakistan
Philadelphia Inquirer
If Pakistan stops providing the Afghan Taliban and other radical Islamists with safe havens, a stable Afghanistan is possible. Otherwise, Afghan prospects are grim and America's Afghan war is destined to fail. If you want to understand why,
Mulla Zaeef in Dubai to play role in peace talksThe News International

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Pakistan's canine fighters forced into blood sport

Fighting can be a way of life in parts of Taliban-scourged Pakistan, but on the farms it is more likely to be dogs who are in training for their own violent and bloody battles.

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Pakistan: A Karbala in the waiting – The Nation, Pakistan


New York Times
Pakistan: A Karbala in the waiting
The Nation, Pakistan
Every year, April 1 brings to mind a bitter memory of what India did to starve millions of people in the Pakistani province of Punjab 64 years ago. It was the first salvo of the Indian water war against the infant State of Pakistan; the news shocked
Industry in India Helps Open a Door to the WorldNew York Times
Kashmir in the coldDAWN.com
A regional orientationThe Express Tribune
GreaterKashmir.com
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Pakistan’s canine fighters forced into blood sport – AFP


AFP
Pakistan's canine fighters forced into blood sport
AFP
By Khurram Shahzad (AFP) – 1 hour ago TANGDHE SAYEDAN, Pakistan — Fighting can be a way of life in parts of Taliban-scourged Pakistan, but on the farms it is more likely to be dogs who are in training for their own violent and bloody battles.
Caught in the canine battlefieldDAWN.com

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Details emerge about bin Laden’s other residences – USA TODAY


USA TODAY
Details emerge about bin Laden's other residences
USA TODAY
HARIPUR, Pakistan (AP) – It's an ornate but not lavish two-story house tucked away at the end of a mud clogged street. This is where Pakistan's intelligence agency believes Osama bin Laden lived for nearly a year until he moved into the villa in which

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Pakistan raises petrol prices by up to 8.2 percent

Pakistan Sunday raised petrol prices by up to 8.2 percent, the oil and gas regulatory authority said, contrary to its advice to leave prices unchanged.

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PCNS recommendations: ‘Pakistan should have clear role in Afghan endgame’ – The Express Tribune


The Express Tribune
PCNS recommendations: 'Pakistan should have clear role in Afghan endgame'
The Express Tribune
Either the US should define Pakistan's role in the Afghanistan reconciliation process as troop withdrawal draws closer – or continue to face a stalemate over the resumption of Nato supplies, the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS) said
Should Pakistan open NATO supply routes?allvoices
Washington may rely on Delhi if talks on Nato supply route failOman Tribune
Pakistan must oppose war on Iran: MushahidInternational News Network
News Tribe -Antiwar.com
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Pakistani brand capitalise as Hockey captures imagination – Hindustan Times


Hindustan Times
Pakistani brand capitalise as Hockey captures imagination
Hindustan Times
Pakistan's sports industry is gaining the most, with its renowned brand Malik witnessing a massive spurt in the sale of sticks in India. "The sale of branded hockey sticks Malik manufactured in Pakistan has witnessed a steep hike in the recent months.
Exposure to WSH can make Indian team stronger: Shahbaz AhmedZee News
Shahbaz Ahmed rules out medal for India in London OlympicsMid-Day

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Pakistan: A Summit of Generals – New York Times


The Associated Press
Pakistan: A Summit of Generals
New York Times
The Pakistani Army chief, Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, met with American military commanders — Gen. James Mattis, the central command leader, and Gen. John R. Allen, the top commander in Afghanistan — for the first time since American warplanes killed
Pakistan parliament debate on US sputters to haltChicago Tribune
US and Pakistani generals meet for first time since fatal airstrikesCNN
Top Pakistani, US generals in diplomatic meetingSan Francisco Chronicle
The Associated Press  -Voice of America
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