Pakistan holds trade show in India, but obstacles remain – Pakistan Daily Times


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Pakistan holds trade show in India, but obstacles remain
Pakistan Daily Times
NEW DELHI: Showcasing gourmet chefs and catwalk fashion, Pakistan unveiled a trade fair on Thursday in the Indian capital as commercial ties between the nuclear-armed rivals begin slowly to bloom. Despite a combined population of 1.4 billion people and
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Pakistan Parliament Approves Guidelines to Reset Ties With U.S.

Pakistan is seeking to redraw a relationship strained by a November border attack by American helicopters that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers. In protest, Pakistan closed frontier crossings used to support U.S.-led troops in Afghanistan and suspended military and intelligence cooperation.

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Pakistan holds first-ever lifestyle exhibition in India – New York Daily News

Pakistan holds first-ever lifestyle exhibition in India
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Pakistan is currently hosting a four-day fashion and lifestyle exhibition in New Delhi, organized by the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan. The top brands in high-end Pakistani products are being sold, in hopes of showcasing the "cultural

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Pakistan lawmakers vote to ground U.S. drones

Pakistan's Parliament on Thursday approved new guidelines for the country in its troubled relationship with the United States, a decision that could pave the way for the reopening of supply lines to NATO troops in neighboring Afghanistan.

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Pakistan Gives US a List of Demands, Including an End to CIA Drone Strikes – New York Times


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Pakistan Gives US a List of Demands, Including an End to CIA Drone Strikes
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — In a rare show of unity, the government and opposition joined on Thursday to present the United States with a list of stringent demands, including an immediate end to CIA drone strikes, that were cast in uncompromising words but
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Students from Pakistan face tough tests to enter Britain as four in ten … – Daily Mail


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Students from Pakistan face tough tests to enter Britain as four in ten
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By Kirsty Walker Every Pakistani student wanting to come to Britain will face tough new tests after a pilot scheme found that as many as four in ten applicants may be bogus. Home Office figures have revealed that thousands of student visa applicants
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Pakistan's parliament passes new guidelines on U.S. relations

Pakistan says US drone strikes must end, but NATO supply lines can reopen, albeit at a higher fee

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Pakistan calls for end to U.S. drone attacks

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s Parliament unanimously demanded Thursday that the United States end its long campaign of drone strikes inside Pakistani territory, a vital component of the Obama administration’s strategy against al-Qaeda and other extremist groups. Read full article >>

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Pakistan parliament backs recommendations on U.S. ties

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan's parliament on Thursday unanimously approved recommendations from its national security committee on ties with the United States, including a demand to end drone strikes. Action on the recommendations has yet to be decided by the government. Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani said in a live televised speech to parliament that the government will attempt to implement …

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US not keeping Pakistan in the dark: Envoy – New York Daily News

US not keeping Pakistan in the dark: Envoy
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By Anwar Iqbal Thursday, April 12th 2012, 07:45 AM April 12–ISLAMABAD (DAWN/ANN) — The United States has not kept Pakistan in the dark on its efforts to seek a negotiated settlement to the Afghanistan, says US Special Envoy to Afghanistan and

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