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Pak: Spyware in indian tomatoes

The Pakistani authorities have recovered “spying equipment” from a vegetable consignment from India, officials said.

India spies Pakistan with tomatoes


The Pakistani authorities have recovered 'spying equipment' from a vegetable consignment from India, officials said.

“The spying equipment was recovered from the vegetable consignment from India duri

Bullet ‘hit’ Malala Yousafzai’s brain


Pakistan child rights activist Malala Yousufzai was still on a ventilator on Saturday with doctors saying 10 percent of her brain has been damaged due to the bullet that hit her on the head.

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Pakistan names roundabout after Bhagat Singh


Pakistani authorities have renamed a road crossing in Lahore after freedom fighter Bhagat Singh to acknowledge his revolutionary spirit and his role in the movement against the erstwhile British ruler

Move to restart Zardari probe


Pakistan Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf was on Tuesday given another week to write to the Swiss authorities to reopen corruption cases against President Asif Ali Zardari after Ashraf assured the co

SMK happy with ‘fruitful’ Pak visit

Indian external affairs minister S.M. Krishna said on Sunday said that his visit to Pakistan has been fruitful and will be helpful in building stronger ties between the two nuclear armed neighbours.

India, Pak sign liberal visa pact

Pakistan and India on Saturday signed a landmark liberalised visa agreement, which will go a long way in mending the fences between both the countries.

Hina: Terror mantra of past, not future

External affairs minister S.M. Krishna Friday said India wants to see Pakistan as a peaceful and prosperous nation. “I wish to reiterate the desire of India to see a stable and prosperous Pakistan living in peace with itself and the world.

Zardari may sacrifice another PM


Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari is ready to sacrifice another Prime Minister or the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) government itself but will not give a green signal to write a letter to the Swiss

Pak, US disagree on Waziristan action

Islamabad and Washington are finding it difficult to agree on the nature of military action in Pakistan’s tribal North Waziristan Agency, official sources said. “This is a new difference. The two have agreed on military operations in North Waziristan Agency (NWA) but they have different views regarding how it should be done,” a senior Pakistan government official told this newspaper.

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