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Afghan Taliban silent on Mullah Omar, disavow peace talks
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PTI - MULLAHOMAR - Taliban chief Mullah Omar dead?

MULLAHOMAR - Taliban chief Mullah Omar dead? Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Islamabad, Jul 29 (PTI) Elusive one-eyed Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Omar, who ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001 with an iron fist before US-led forces overthrew his ... Namibia Press Agency, 1 day ago

Pakistan dismisses India's assertion on Gurdaspur terrorists

Pakistan dismisses India's assertion on Gurdaspur terrorists Last Updated: Thursday, July 30, 2015 - 19:21 Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday dismissed India's assertion that the terrorists who had carried out attacks in Gurdaspur had infiltrated from there, ...
 Zee News4 hours ago Pakistan rejects Indian claim on Gurdaspur attack  SAMAA TV7 hours ago Gurdaspur attack: Pointing fingers before probe is unhealthy, says FO  DAWN Group8 hours ago Pakistan must help India probe Punjab attack: daily  Daijiworldcom1 day ago
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Pakistan police kill chief of Lashkar-i-Jhangvi, 13 others

ISLAMABAD: Malik Ishaq, the chief of banned sectarian outfit Lashkar-i-Jhangvi (LeJ), his two sons and 11 top members of the group linked to al-Qaeda were killed in an encounter in Pakistan's Punjab province, police said Wednesday. Ishaq, who has ...
 Navhind Times9 hours ago Pak police kills Lashkar-i-Jhangvi chief, 13 others  Press Trust of India1 day ago Banned outfit chief killed in Pak police shootout  The Freepress Journal23 hours ago Lashkar-i-Jhangvi chief, two sons killed in Pakistan  One India1 day ago

Afghan peace talks postponed amid reports of Mullah Omar's death - Pakistan

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A second round of peace talks between the Afghan government and Taliban militants due to be held in Pakistan have been postponed amid reports of the Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Omar's death, the Pakistani foreign office said Thursday.
 Reuters6 hours ago Pakistan to facilitate second round of talks between Afghan Govt, Taliban  The Nation Pakistan7 hours ago Second round of Taliban-Afghan govt peace talks postponed  One India5 hours ago Foreign Office Spokesperson says peace in Afghanistan is not only in the interest of Afghan people but also the people of Pakistan  Radio Pakistan9 hours ago

Responding to the Gurdaspur attack

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. India, July 30 -- To compel Islamabad to end its sub-conventional war against India, New Delhi needs to make the sponsorship of terrorism too expensive for ...
 HT Syndication23 hours ago A coherent response  South Asia Monitor7 hours ago

Pak court exempts Musharraf from appearing in court in Ghazi murder case

ANI | Karachi July 30, 2015 Last Updated at 12:01 IST The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has exempted Pakistan's former president retired General Pervez Musharraf from appearing in court in the murder case of Lal Masjid cleric Abdul Rashid Ghazi, setting aside ...
 Business Standard11 hours ago Trial court summons copy of IHC's order in Ghazi murder case  Dunya News9 hours ago Musharraf exempted from appearing in court  DAWN Group17 hours ago Ghazi murder case: IHC suspends Musharraf's arrest warrants (Islamabad city)  The Express Tribune21 hours ago
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No differences over electoral reforms: Political leaders

Islamabad (Online): Leaders of all political parties have no difference over electoral reforms as they wanted to see next elections free, fair and transparent. The electoral reforms committee was working diligently for effective changes in ...
 Frontier Post13 hours ago Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif wants electoral reforms expedited  IndiaTV News3 days ago Pakistan PM wants electoral reforms expedited  Sify3 days ago
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Pakistan's AQ Khan makes objectionable statement, says Kalam was just an 'ordinary' scientist

Islamabad: Disgraced Pakistani nuclear scientist, Abdul Qadeer Khan, said that former Indian President and missile man APJ Abdul Kalam was just an 'ordinary' scientist."India's missile programme was developed with the help of Russia and Dr Kalam didn't make..
 IndiaTV News1 day ago APJ Abdul Kalam was just an ordinary scientist: Pakistan`s AQ Khan  ZeeNews.com1 day ago

Pakistan police kill Lashkar-e-Jhangvi chief Malik Ishaq

Islamabad: Pakistani police killed the head of the banned sectarian group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi on Wednesday as he attempted to escape as he was being moved between prisons, police said. Malik Ishaq was on a US list of global terrorists and the group he ...
 ZeeNews.com1 day ago Pakistan police say kill leader of banned sectarian group  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 day ago Pakistan police say kill head of banned sectarian group  Sharenet1 day ago REUTERS - Pakistan police say kill head of banned sectarian group  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago

Pakistan sticks to its claim that Drone belonged to India

Islamabad: Pakistan army has released images and video clips recovered from the internal memory of the Indian spy quardcopter, shot down by Pakistani soldiers. According to a military statement, some of the images and video clips clearly prove ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 day ago Pak Army insists drone was operated by India  New Delhi Pioneer1 day ago Pak army shoots down Indian 'spy' drone  One India2 weeks ago Drone row, border tension: Days after talks, India, Pak back to old ways  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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