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Pakistan lifts Facebook ban

Pakistan lifted a ban on Facebook on Monday after officials from the social networking site apologised for a page deemed offensive to Muslims and removed its contents, a top information technology off

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.

PCB denies match-fixing, says case closed

Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ejaz Butt has rubbished claims of match-fixing during Pakistan’s disastrous tour of Australia even though the International Cricket Council has begun investigating Pakistan’s performance in the Sydney Test earlier this year.

Pak to raise Hafiz Saeed security

Pakistani authorities have directed the police to step up security of Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Mohammed Saeed, blamed for masterminding the Mumbai attacks, followings reports that a group of Taliban militants might target him.

Pak govt told to block Facebook till May 31


A Pakistani court on Wednesday directed authorities to temporarily block Facebook till May 31 over the holding of a competition on blasphemous caricatures of Prophet Mohammed as protests against the s

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