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Former Pakistan PM Gilani's kidnapped son recovered from Afghanistan
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Former Pakistan PM Gilani's kidnapped son recovered from Afgha...

The son of Pakistan’s ex-prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani was on Tuesday rescued from the clutches of Taliban in a joint operation by the US and Afghan forces in Afghanistan, three years after he was abducted from his hometown in Pakistan’s Punjab province. Ali Haider Gilani “has been recovered today in a joint operation carried out by the Afghan and US security forces in Ghazni, Afghanistan,” Pakistan’s foreign office said in a statement. Afghan National ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

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India ranks 133 on Press Freedom Index, worse than Afghanistan

Report says Prime Minister Narendra Modi seems ‘indifferent’ to threats against journalists. India ranks an abysmally low at 133 among 180 countries in the latest annual World Press Freedom Index which says Prime Minister Narendra Modi seems ‘indifferent’ to the threats against journalists. The 2016 ‘World Press Freedom Index’ released by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is led by Finland, which retained its top spot for the sixth consecutive year, followed ...
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Why South Africa dropped Steyn for Afghanistan match

'Dale is quite a skiddy bowler, on a wicket like this, the thinking was that it wouldn’t suit him much' 'We are a team that will make selections on the pitches that we play on' Proteas captain Faf du Plessis tells Harish Kotian/Rediff.com why they had to take the big call of dropping the experienced Steyn against minnows Afghanistan.  IMAGE: South Africa's Dale Steyn warms-up ahead of the ICC World Twenty20 match against Afghanistan at the Wankhede Stadium on Saturday. Photograph: ...
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'Nuclear-armed Pak can target Delhi in 5 minutes'

Nuclear-armed Pakistan has the ability to ‘target’ Delhi in five minutes, the father of Pakistan’s nuclear programme Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan has said. Addressing a gathering here on the 18th anniversary of Pakistan’s first nuclear tests, which were carried out under his supervision in 1998, Khan said Pakistan could have become a nuclear power as early as 1984 but the then President General Zia ul Haq ‘opposed the move’. The 80-year-old nuclear physicist said ...
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Ties with US on 'razor edge' after Mansour's killing: Pak media

The ‘complicated’ relationship between the United States and Pakistan has been thrown on the ‘razor edge’ and the ties could become more ‘nasty’ after the killing of Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour in an American drone strike inside Pakistan, media in Islamabad said on Monday. Delving into the possible impact of the drone attack, The Nation said that ‘complicated ties between Pakistan and the US could be on course to become nasty after the ...
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'Elements in Pak army, ISI have worked with Taliban'

Some elements in the Pakistani military and the Inter-Services Intelligence had ‘shown a willingness’ to work with terrorist outfits, a top American Congressman has alleged after the United States said it has killed Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour in a drone strike deep inside Pakistan. "I think that there is an element in the ISI, an element in their security services that in the past have shown a willingness to work with terrorist organisations, especially inside ...
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Yes, the state is 'involved' with JuD, JeM, admits Pak minister

In a startling admission, a senior minister in Pakistan’s Punjab province on Wednesday said the government cannot take legal action against militant groups like Jamaat-ud-Dawah and Jaish-e-Mohammad as the ‘state itself remained involved’ with them. In an interview to BBC Urdu, Punjab law minister Rana Sanaullah was asked why legal action has never been taken against anti-India groups in the province which were close to the ‘establishment’. “By ...
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'Not at all surprised by Afghanistan's fighting performance'

IMAGE: England batsmen David Willey and Moeen Ali during the World Cup T20 match against Afghanistan at the Feroz Shah Kotla, in New Delhi, on Wednesday. Photograph: Vijay Verma/PTI England captain Eoin Morgan said the 57-run eight-wicket stand between Moeen Ali and David Willey proved to be the difference in his side's victory over an ever-improving Afghanistan in a group match of the ICC World Twenty20 at the Feroz Shah Kotla, in New Delhi, on Wednesday. - Scorecard - WORLD T20 ...
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The geopolitics of Ashton Carter's India visit

The US intends to break up India’s strategic partnership with Russia and to continue to interfere in Indian-Iranian relations, apart from inserting itself into the Sino-Indian bilateral discourse, says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar, analysing the US defence secretary's visit to India. IMAGE: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and US Secretary of Defence, Ashton Carter on board INS Vikramaditya. Photograph: Ministry of Defence United States Defence Secretary Ashton Carter has ...
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Revisiting Geronimo: The op that killed Osama bin Laden

It has been five years since Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was killed by American forces in Pakistan’s Abbotabad. Many hoped that this would bring about the end of the ‘War On Terror’. The people who planned and executed the operation knew that getting bin Laden in Pakistan was going to be a difficult mission, and the plan nearly went awry. Rediff.com present to you a blow-by-blow account on what happened on the night of May 1, 2011, when the terror mastermind was killed ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago 'ISI controlled Osama's Abbottabad compound'  Rediff.com1 month ago US releases new set of Osama bin Laden documents  Rediff.com2 months ago
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