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America's double speak

Former US ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter, speaking at the Annenberg School for communication and Journalism, dismissed rumors that Pakistan knew Osama Bin Laden was hiding within its borders. He touched upon various issues that blighted ... Frontier Post, 1 week ago
Kuwait Times

Pakistanis say no to the Taliban

According to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), the militant Islamist groups, particularly the Taliban, are tightening their grip on Pakistan's financial capital, Karachi, and extending control over a number of areas in the city, which has become the ...
 Deutsche Welle1 month ago Life goes on in Pakistan: Countering the negative news media coverage »  Indo-Canadian Voice3 weeks ago Pakistan militant resurfaces ? India raises alarm, fears of terror attacks  Kuwait Times1 month ago Pakistan militant resurfaces month ago

Army to never get control over Pakistan's nukes: Report

Pakistan will not delegate "advance authority" over nuclear weapons to military unit commanders even in the event of a crisis with India, according to a media report. An unnamed senior Pakistani official was quoted by Washington-based National Journal as saying that the nuclear arsenal was under the control of a central body headed by the prime minister. The country's top leadership "would not delegate advance authority over nuclear arms to unit commanders, even in the event of a crisis with ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Pakistani leaders will cont...  Siasat Daily1 month ago
Daily Times

Reporting in the line of fire

LAHORE: Journalism is the most dangerous career in Pakistan, as journalists face challenges and restrictions not only from the government but also agencies and militant groups. These views were expressed by speakers at a session Reportage on ...
 Daily Times1 month ago

No Way Is Matt Power Gone

Here they are: the K2 cigarettes Matt brought back from Islamabad as a souvenir and a thank-you for sending him to Pakistan on no notice. Theyre on my bookshelf at home, sitting next to some travelogues—Shackleton's South, Thesiger's Arabian ...
 BusinessWeek5 days ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Tributes to Khushwant Singh

Author, journalist and commentator Khushwant Singh, known for his witty, fearless and acerbic writings, died at the age of 99 in New Delhi on Thursday afternoon. The author died quietly at home at his leafy Sujan Singh Park apartment, a landmark ...
 Pakistan Today3 weeks ago This Sardar will be missed  Afternoon Despatch & Courier3 weeks ago The Legendary Sardar In A Bulb Goes Out »  Weekly Voice3 weeks ago Farewell Khushwant  Afternoon Despatch & Courier3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Pak needs a strong, disciplined military. But the job of a soldier is to locate, fight, liquidate the enemy… Not his job to define the enemy

Everybody knows that Malala Yousafzai is Pakistani, but she lives in England. In this Walk the Talk on NDTV 24×7 with The Indian Express Editor in-Chief Shekhar Gupta, Husain Haqqani, former Pakistani ambassador to US, talks of how Pakistan needs ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago
Business Insider

New York Times Readers In Pakistan Got A Front Page Missing Half Its Content

Raju Narisetti/Twitter New York Times readers in Pakistan waking up Saturday to read the international edition of the paper saw a big blank hole on the front page after the local printer censored a story that the Pakistani government offered ...
 Business Insider3 weeks ago

Devotion and Defiance: My Journey in Love, Faith and Politics by Humaira Awais Shahid

By , By her own admission, Humaira Awais Shahid grew up in a rarefied atmosphere of privilege and freedom. Born in 1971 and raised far from her native Pakistan, she was encouraged to think for herself and study Western literature, while ...
 Washington Post3 weeks ago

"Pakistanis weren't buying snow clothing for picnic"

Nitin Gokhale, NDTV's Security and Strategic Affairs Editor, has written "Beyond NJ 9842: The Siachen Saga", on the standoff between India and Pakistan in the world's highest battleground. Here is an excerpt from the book: Col Kumar's expeditions ...
 NDTV4 weeks ago 'Pakistanis were not buying snow clothing for picnic'  NDTV3 weeks ago
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