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Pak alleges India has released flood waters

Over a dozen villages in Punjab province were inundated in the border areas of Sialkot district and the Pakistani officials blamed it on India, saying authorities across the frontier had released excess flood water.

Foreign-made arms seized at Lahore airport

Foreign-made arms, including pistols and ammunition, were seized from a man returning from the US at the airport here, officials said on Thursday.

‘India must not ignore Kashmir’

Pakistan has said it will be impossible for it to continue the dialogue with India if New Delhi does not pay importance to the Kashmir issue.

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.

Twin blasts hit Pak CD market

Twin low intensity bomb blasts hit a CD market in Pakistan’s eastern city of Lahore on Saturday wounding four people and creating havoc in the area, the police said.

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.

Shoaib, Malik make Pak Asia Cup squad

Pakistan included paceman Shoaib Akhtar and former captain Shoaib Malik in their 15-man squad for the Asia Cup to be played in Sri Lanka later this month, selectors announced on Thursday.

Pak gunmen storm hospital, 12 killed


Gunmen attacked the Jinnah hospital Monday night in this eastern Pakistani city, killing at least 12 people, including four policemen, and injuring several others, media reports said.

Ahmadiya man killed in Pakistan

An Ahmadiya man was stabbed to death by an enraged Muslim in Pakistan on Monday, just days after gun, grenade and suicide attacks on the minority sect killed more than 80 people, the police said.

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