Dhoni’s Heroics in Vain as Pakistan Wins – Wall Street Journal (blog)


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Dhoni's Heroics in Vain as Pakistan Wins
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Pakistan took the upper hand in the One-Day International series against India with a six-wicket victory on Sunday, chasing down an Indian total that would have been embarrassingly low were it not for Mahendra Singh Dhoni's determination and brilliance.
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Pakistan: 9 Militants Shot Dead, Dumped on Road – ABC News


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Pakistan: 9 Militants Shot Dead, Dumped on Road
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Pakistani intelligence officials say they have found the bodies of nine militants dumped in the North Waziristan tribal region. Three intelligence officials say the nine people were shot several times in the head and chest. Their bodies were found
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UN chief condemns latest violence in Pakistan, calls for perpetrators to be … – UN News Centre


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UN chief condemns latest violence in Pakistan, calls for perpetrators to be
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31 December 2012 – Appalled by the “escalating terrorist violence” in Pakistan, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has spoken out on the matter, calling for those responsible to be held accountable, according to his spokesperson. In a
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Wishes for 2013 – A safer and tolerant Pakistan – DAWN.com


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Wishes for 2013 – A safer and tolerant Pakistan
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Another Pakistani-American from Detroit, Michigan on condition of anonymity said “A country where small children and women are attacked just because they demand their rights for education and free speech cannot survive for very long. Everyone feels
Hazara Shias lose all hope in PakistanThe Express Tribune

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The thriving bagpipe business of Pakistan – BBC News


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The thriving bagpipe business of Pakistan
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The bagpipe business is thriving in Pakistan, with the instrument proving popular to play as well as being a successful export. Not only are bagpipe and drum bands a common sight in the country, but Pakistan is now the second biggest bagpipe-producing

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Pakistan’s military plays Afghan peacemaker – Aljazeera.com


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Pakistan's military plays Afghan peacemaker
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Hundreds of Pakistani Taliban stormed checkpoints near Peshawar with rocket-propelled grenades and assault rifles blazing in coordinated strikes on Thursday, capturing 23 outgunned tribal security men in the rugged northwest near the border with
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Pakistan Lifts YouTube Ban for 3 Minutes – PC Magazine


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Pakistan Lifts YouTube Ban for 3 Minutes
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Pakistani Web surfers may have caught a glimpse of the "Gangnam Style" video on Saturdayafter the country's ban on YouTube was lifted – for three minutes. As noted by the New York Times, a ban on the Google-owned video site was lifted this weekend
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Bangladesh likely to cancel Pakistan tour due to security concerns – The Guardian


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Bangladesh likely to cancel Pakistan tour due to security concerns
The Guardian
On 21 December, the Pakistan Cricket Board chairman, Zaka Ashraf, said that the Bangladesh Cricket Board had confirmed a visit in January, which would have made Bangladesh the first international side to tour Pakistan since armed militants attacked the
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Pakistan releases more Afghan Taliban members: official – Reuters


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Pakistan releases more Afghan Taliban members: official
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ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan has freed four more Afghan Taliban prisoners, including a former justice minister, a Pakistani government official said on Monday, in another sign Islamabad is supporting efforts to start formal peace talks with the
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Following Constitution only way to stabilize Pakistan: Kaira – DAWN.com


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Following Constitution only way to stabilize Pakistan: Kaira
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LAHORE: Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Qamar Zaman Kaira on Monday said following the Constitution was the only way through which Pakistan could be stabilized. Speaking to media representatives after addressing the inaugural

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