New Refinery in India Could Boost Trade with Pakistan – Voice of America


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New Refinery in India Could Boost Trade with Pakistan
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April 30, 2012 New Refinery in India Could Boost Trade with Pakistan Anjana Pasricha | New Delhi A new Indian oil refinery near its border with Pakistan could boost trade between the two countries through fuel sales. The South Asian rivals are hoping
Chidambaram optimistic about India-Pakistan meetNew York Daily News
India hopes liberalised visa regime will emerge after HS-level talks with PakistanEconomic Times
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Pakistan International Air Posts Wider Loss on Fuel Costs – Bloomberg

Pakistan International Air Posts Wider Loss on Fuel Costs
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Pakistan International Airlines Corp. (PIAA), the nation's largest carrier, posted a first-quarter loss, weighed down by rising fuel and labor costs. The net loss widened to 7.9 billion rupees ($87 million) in the three months ended March 31 from 4.2

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Pakistan braces for anti-government protests – New York Daily News


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Pakistan braces for anti-government protests
New York Daily News
Islamabad, April 30 — The opposition Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party Monday announced a nationwide stir against the government of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani after he refused to quit following his conviction in a contempt of court
Quit or face reprisal: Nawaz tells GilaniThe Nation, Pakistan
Pakistan in ferment, poll countdown onDeccan Chronicle
Nawaz says PML-N ready to launch do & die movement for implementation of SC South Asian News Agency
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Pakistan lodges formal complaint over N Waziristan drone attack – The Express Tribune


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Pakistan lodges formal complaint over N Waziristan drone attack
The Express Tribune
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday summoned a senior US diplomat to lodge a formal protest over Sunday's drone attack inside the tribal belt, igniting fresh tensions between the two countries. “US Political Councilor, Jonathan Pratt was summoned at the
Pakistan sends mixed signals on US drone attackNew York Daily News
Pakistan sends mixed signals on US drone attack amid diplomatic tensionsFox News

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Pakistan State Oil set to buy 1.17 mln T oil products – trade – Reuters


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Pakistan State Oil set to buy 1.17 mln T oil products – trade
Reuters
(Adds details) By Jessica Jaganathan SINGAPORE, April 30 (Reuters) – Pakistan State Oil is set to buy 1.17 million tonnes of oil products for delivery over May to July, its largest purchase of fuel in the spot market for this year, industry sources
Pakistan State Oil set to buy 1.17 mil Tonnes oil productsDAWN.com

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Saudis may let exiled bin Ladens stay – Boston Globe


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Saudis may let exiled bin Ladens stay
Boston Globe
AP RIYADH, Saudi Arabia – Saudi Arabia has no evidence that Osama bin Laden's widows and family members deported from Pakistan have been involved in terrorism, an official Saudi statement said Sunday in an indication that authorities will allow the
Pakistan info helped US with bin Laden hideout: officialNew York Daily News
After bin Laden, US-Pakistan relations strainedCBS News
Bin Laden conspiracy theories continue to flourish in PakistanGulf Times
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British Red Cross worker held captive since January in Pakistan has been killed

QUETTA, Pakistan – The body of a British Red Cross worker held captive in Pakistan since January has been found in an orchard, his throat slit and a note attached to his body saying he was killed because no ransom was paid, police said.

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Pakistan cricket team to tour Sri Lanka next month

Pakistan will tour Sri Lanka next month for three Tests, five one-day internationals and two Twenty20 games, Sri Lanka Cricket said on Monday.

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BACKGROUND: Daring US commando raid killed bin Laden in Pakistan – New York Daily News


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BACKGROUND: Daring US commando raid killed bin Laden in Pakistan
New York Daily News
It was 1 am Monday, May 2 in Pakistan when four US military helicopters snuck across the border and lowered a team of elite US Navy SEALs onto the roof of a fortified compound just 60 kilometres from the capital Islamabad. In the next 40 minutes,
Experts fear Osama bin Laden death didn't curb terrorism threatDetroit Free Press
Seth Jones: Al Qaeda Is Far From DefeatedWall Street Journal
Extremism thrives in Pakistan despite bin Laden deathThe Express Tribune
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Pakistan condemns US strike after drone ban

Pakistan on Monday condemned a U.S. drone strike that killed three suspected Islamist militants in the northwest, the first since the country's parliament demanded that Washington end the attacks two weeks ago.

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