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Pak blames India for cough syrup toll

Days after an adulterated cough syrup caused the death of 40 people, a senior Pakistani official has contended that an ingredient imported from India to make the medicine was to blame, a claim describ

‘Serious on Hafiz but need proof’

Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani on Sunday acknowledged that the case of Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed was an “issue” between Pakistan and India but said Islamabad needs “substantial” evi

Man falls from plane in Lahore, dies

An apparent attempt at human trafficking went horribly wrong when a man died after falling out of a cargo plane shortly after takeoff here, officials and local residents said Saturday.

Lahore twin blasts kill 28

At least 28 people were killed and over 180 others injured on Wednesday when three suicide bombers blew themselves up in back-to-back attacks targeting Shia processions in Lahore, while unidentified g

Pak Sunni Tehrik leader for JuD aid withdrawal

A leading Pakistani religious leader has asked authorities to withdraw millions of rupees provided to the Jamaat-ud Dawa as aid for its “welfare projects” as the group has links with extremists.

Court issues notices to Zardari’s parents

A Pakistani court has issued notices to President Asif Ali Zardari’s parents in connection with a case registered by anti-corruption agency the National Accountability Bureau.

Pak Punjab gave JuD Rs 827 lakhs

The government of Pakistan’s Punjab province provided Rs 82.77 million to Jamaat-ud Dawa and its allied institutions during 2009, according to official documents.

Terror returns to Lahore: Mosques targeted

Terrorists wearing suicide vests and armed with grenades and assault rifles on Friday stormed two packed mosques of the minority Ahmadiya sect in this eastern Pakistani city, killing about 80 people,

Slain ISI official son blames Hamid Mir

The son of a former ISI official who was abducted and killed by militants has filed an application with the Pakistani police in which he has held popular TV anchor Hamid Mir and a Punjabi Taliban lead

Govt: A.Q. violating protocol

Disgraced nuclear scientist A.Q.

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