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Going Nuclear: Right-hand man of Pakistan's nuclear 'father' (...

Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan's right-hand man, B.S.A. Tahir, in a photo contained in a 2004 press release by Malaysian police. It was in February 2005 that a special team of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) was able to meet with B.S.A. Tahir, ... Mainichi Daily News, 2 weeks ago

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The Express Tribune, 1 month ago

Experts doubt Dr Samar's Thar coal power idea, PA told

KARACHI: Many experts, including Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan, have expressed doubts over the coal-fired power generation technology to be used in the Thar coalfield under a project spearheaded by Dr Samar Mubarrakmand, said Sindh Energy Minister Murad Ali ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago

Bush cites AQ Khan to say nuclear proliferation biggest threat

A top Republican presidential aspirant has cited the now defunct network of Pakistan's disgraced nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan to dwell on the dangers of nuclear proliferation in particular efforts of rogue states like North Korea and Libya to ...
 Zee News1 week ago

Mr. Abdul Qadeer's daughter got married

Hyderabad, December 27: Ms. Sameena Naaz, daughter of Mr. Mohamed Abdul Qadeer, Retd. Sub-Registrar and Vice President of Minorities Development Forum of Siasat Urdu Daily got married to Mr. Mohammed Salman Saifuddin, son of Mr. Mohammed ...
 Siasat Daily2 months ago

Afghanistan: challenges of the missing state

By Musa Khan Jalalzai The danger remains. The president and his incomplete cabinet are in trouble when it comes to managing the affairs of the stumbling Afghan state. The exponential network of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria ...
 South Asia Monitor3 weeks ago

Concern over PK sharing stage with ISI ally ARY

Officials regard reports of Pakistan-based ARY (Abdul Rehman Yakub) television channel being associated with a function connected with the promotion of the film PK in Dubai as "unfortunate", because of that company's perceived links with terror ...
 The Sunday Guardian2 months ago

Judge orders case registration against SHO, SI

ISLAMABAD: Additional Session Judge East Raja Khurrm Ali Khan has ordered registration of a case against SHO Shahzad Town, Sub-Inpsector and three police personnel for torturing and confining illegally court bailiff. Court bailiff Abdul Qadeer has ...
 Online News Pakistan1 month ago
Daily Times

Najam Sethi and PCB under fire after humiliating defeats

LAHORE: Cricket is like a religion in Pakistan and the only unifying factor in this Land of the Pure. But since the start of the World Cup Down Under and the humiliating defeats suffered by Pakistan at the hands of India and then West Indies, all is ...
 Daily Times1 week ago

Five-day On-campus training concludes

February 24, 2015 Five-day indigenous On-campus training on Monday concluded. The trainings arranged by the Office of Research Innovation Commercialisation (ORIC), University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) as an initiative of Higher Education ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Financial disclosures: Most legislators fail to admit owning foreign assets

Only two dozen out of 1,173 legislators acknowledge they own assets abroad. Nearly 61% of legislators have declined to answer whether they have property/assets abroad or not on their financial disclosure forms submitted to the Election ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago
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