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Portland worker pleads guilty for role in Pakistan bombing
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Oregon Man Pleads Guilty To Role In 2009 Suicide Bombing

:20 View Comments Reaz Qadir Khan An Oregon man has pleaded guilty to terrorism charges for his role in supporting a 2009 suicide attack carried out in Lahore, Pakistan, at the headquarters of the country's intelligence agency. Reaz ... Malaysian Digest, 2 weeks ago
US man funded terror attack in Pakistan Bangladesh Daily Star, 2 weeks ago

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Oregon man admits helping people linked to 2009 ISI bombing

Reaz Qadir Khan admits to providing advice and financial aid to suicide bomber's Maldives-based wives knowing that such assistance would hinder and prevent their capture An Oregon man pleaded guilty on Friday to being an accessory after the fact ...
 Pakistan Today2 weeks ago US citizen admits assisting attackers in Pakistan's 2009 GHQ suicide bombing  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago Oregon man admits helping people in Pakistan's 2009 GHQ suicide bombing  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago REUTERS - Oregon man admits helping people linked to Pakistan suicide bombing  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago

Khaleel, Shayan excel

LAHORE: Fine bowling by Khaleel Khan and Shayan Azhar helped Nadeem Ghauri Academy beat Abdul Qadir Academy by four wickets in the opening match of Inaugural Shaheed Col Abassi Memorial Cricket Tournament here on Tuesday. Summarised scores: ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago

Moin escapes egg and tomato feast

LAHORE - Pakistan's chief selector Moin Khan returned home from Australia today and escaped an embarrassing situation at the airport where a group of protesters had gathered to vent their anger with eggs, banners and tomatoes. Moin sensing the ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 days ago Moin escapes angry protesters at Karachi airport on return  Rediff.com2 days ago World Cup 2015: Moin Khan Escapes Angry Protesters at Airport on his Return  NDTV2 days ago Chief selector Moin Khan gives angry protesters the ...  Firstpost.com2 days ago
Daily Times

Pakistan will bounce back from India loss: Shahryar Khan

Karachi: Pakistan could not have had a worse run up to their crucial second match of the cricket World Cup against the West Indies, but PCB chairman Shahryar Khan on Friday put his faith behind the players saying they would bounce back from the ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago Where are the World Cup winners of 2011?  Times of India2 days ago World Cup 2015: Pakistan don't have a team, says Mudassar Nazar  Indian Express5 days ago ICC World Cup: Pakistan Will Bounce Back From India Loss, Feels Shahryar  NDTV1 week ago

Imran Khan says Paks CWC opener defeat to India could be blessing in disguise

captain and veteran cricket Imran khan has backed the national team despite their 76-run loss to arch-rivals India in their World Cup opener in Adelaide, saying that it could be a blessing in disguise for... ...
 24Dunia1 week ago

Cricket World Cup 2015: Qadir hits out at PCB, Pakistan team management

Pakistan's former leg-spinner Abdul Qadir has lashed out at the PCB authorities and team management for not utilising off-spinner Saeed Ajmal in the World Cup once his bowling action was cleared by the ICC."We lost today because we didn't have ...
 24Dunia1 week ago Abdul Qadir: Blunder to omit Yuvraj …  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Pakistan Squad for World Cup Picked Based on Nepotism, Says Former Batsman Mohsin Khan  NDTV1 month ago Ex- Pakistan Spinner Feels Pakistan's World Cup Squad Lacks Balance  New Indian Express1 month ago
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Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan suffered two major embarrassments during his recent trip to the United States to attend a global summit on extremism and terrorism. First he told a gathering in Houston that there was no evidence of ...
 The Friday Times2 days ago PM to address reservations over economic corridor plan, says Achakzai  DAWN Group1 week ago ATC refers Abdul Qadir Gilani's guard case to sessions court  Daily Times2 weeks ago Formation of military courts challenged in Supreme Court  Frontier Post1 month ago
Daily Times

Repatriation of Bara IDPs to start next month: governor

PESHAWAR Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Sardar Mahtab Ahmad Khan said return of the displaced persons of Tehsil Bara of Khyber Agency to their homes would start next month. He said that incumbent government is fully determined for early repatriation ...
 Daily Times1 month ago FINMECCANICA : Governor reviews arrangements for timely repatriation of displaced persons  4 Traders1 month ago Repatriation of TDPs: KP governor reviews arrangements  Business Recorder1 month ago Eid Milad arrangements reviewed  Pakistan Press International2 months ago
Frontier Post

Karachi police leave for Dubai to bring Baloch

NAIMAT KHAN KARACHI: A team of Sindh Police will leave for Dubai tomorrow to bring Uzair Baloch, the gang leader of Liyari, said Karachi police chief. Additional IG Karachi Ghulam Qadir Thebo informed that he formed a team after the federal ...
 Frontier Post3 weeks ago IG Sindh, Additional IG Karachi visit school targeted by cracker attack  Dunya News3 weeks ago Karachi Commissioner discloses measures for schools security  Pakistan Observer1 month ago
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