Pakistan cuts phones in hope of stopping attacks on Shi’ites – NBCNews.com


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Pakistan cuts phones in hope of stopping attacks on Shi'ites
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A soldier from Pakistan's paramilitary Rangers forces patrols on a road ahead of the Ashura ceremony to mark the death of Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammad, in Lahore November 23, 2012. Pakistan is suspending cell phone service coverage in
Pakistani Shias receive death threat text messag …PakTribune.com

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Pakistan continues to support ‘One-China policy’ – The Nation


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Pakistan continues to support 'One-China policy'
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Tweet · Share. Pakistan continues to support 'One-China policy'. ISLAMABAD – Secretary General of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) Iqbal Zafar Jhagra has emphasized the need for enhanced cooperation between Pakistan and China in economic fields.
Pakistan can benefit from Norway: NawazThe News International
For stronger economy: PML-N backs stronger ties with Norway, ChinaThe Express Tribune

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Pakistan made a laughing stock: Nisar – The News International

Pakistan made a laughing stock: Nisar
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ISLAMABAD: Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said Friday that ineptness and mismanagement of the rulers in holding D-8 Summit made Pakistan a laughing stock in the world. “D-8 Summit was a positive step and it was a

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Pakistan denies vises to 971 devotees – Times of India

Pakistan denies vises to 971 devotees
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SGPC president Avtar Singh Makkar informed on Friday that he had appealed to Pakistan High Commission to reconsider its decision to deny visas to Sikh pilgrims. While stating that it was unfortunate that a large number of Sikh devotees would be
SGPC seeks security for Pakistan-bound Sikh pilgrimsHindustan Times

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Pakistan missions gear up to help amnesty seekers – Khaleej Times

Pakistan missions gear up to help amnesty seekers
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Jamil Ahmed Khan, Ambassador of Pakistan to the UAE, said: “Both the Pakistan missions in Abu Dhabi and Dubai have devised a full-fledged programme to take on the influx of thousands of amnesty seekers during that time.” He said the missions will be

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Pakistan, Indonesia bilateral trade seen at $ 15bn in three years – Business Recorder (blog)


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Pakistan, Indonesia bilateral trade seen at $ 15bn in three years
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Indonesian Minister for Industries M.S. Hidayat and Minister for Agriculture Suswono said that current bilateral trade volume between the two countries is below US$1.5 billion but Pakistan's exports to the largest ASEAN economy is increasing which will
RI, Pakistan to implement PTA within weeksJakarta Post
'Country to save $70 million yearly on import of Indonesian palm oil'Pakistan Daily Times

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President Zardari assures of Pakistan’s full cooperation to D-8 countries – Associated Press of Pakistan


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President Zardari assures of Pakistan's full cooperation to D-8 countries
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ISLAMABAD, Nov 23 (APP): President Asif Ali Zardari assured the heads of state and government of D-8 countries, Pakistan's fullest support in their collective efforts to achieve the common goals of peace and prosperity for their peoples. The eighth
'Pakistan, Iran should establish banking channel'Iran Focus
Ambitious D8 agendaThe Nation
Ahmadinejad vows to complete Pakistan gas pipeline by 2014Hindu Business Line
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Pakistan suspends cell service to prevent bombings – New Zealand Herald


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Pakistan suspends cell service to prevent bombings
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Pakistan's interior minister said that the government will suspend cell phone service in most parts of the country over the next two days to prevent attacks against Shiite Muslims during a key religious commemoration. Militants often detonate bombs
Pakistan suspends mobile networks over fears of attacksBBC News
Pakistan suspends mobile services over terror fearsTimes of India
Pakistan Cuts Back on Cellphone CoverageNew York Times
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Pakistan not tolink Ajmal Kasab with Sarabjit: Malik – The News International


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Pakistan not tolink Ajmal Kasab with Sarabjit: Malik
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ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said that his government will not link the issue of Sarabjit Singh, a death row convict, with the execution of Ajmal Kasab.Speaking to the ABP News, Malik said, “The Pakistan government will not link the
Taliban asks India to return Ajmal Kasab's body, threatens revengeIBNLive
Pakistan told about Kasab's execution in advance: FODAWN.com
Pakistani Taliban threaten to avenge Kasab's executionPakistan Daily Times
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Pakistan on priority list of Norway: envoy – Business Recorder (blog)

Pakistan on priority list of Norway: envoy
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Norwegian Ambassador to Pakistan Cecilie Landsverk has said that Pakistan is on the priority list of Norway with special focus on trade and investment and energy. She was talking to the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) President Farooq

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