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Pakistan has stake in Afghan peace talks: US
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Pakistan has stake in Afghan peace talks: US

WASHINGTON: As Afghanistan moved closer to holding direct peace talks with the Taliban, the US State Department acknowledged that Pakistan too has a stake in the outcome. In terms of the role of Pakistan, we have long encouraged Pakistan to ... DAWN Group, 1 week ago

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Pak ambassador to US says ban on Haqqani network 'still under consideration'

eration," Pakistan's ambassador to the United States said. On being asked to give a timeline for a formal announcement on the subject, Jalil Abbas Jilani said on Tuesday that the issue was "in the works," reported The Express Tribune. He was speaking to the ...
 Business Standard7 hours ago
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US intelligence official claims Pak's safe havens to LeT key irritant in relations with India

Karachi, Feb 28 - Director of United States National Intelligence has claimed that Pakistan's provision of safe havens to Lashkar-e-Taiba ( LeT) will continue to be the key irritant in the country's relations with India . According to the Express ...
 Topnews.in4 days ago LeJ key irritant in Pak-India ties: US spymaster  The Nation Pakistan4 days ago India views Pakistan as a direct terrorism threat: US intelligence director  Pakistan Today5 days ago LeT key irritant in Pakistan-India relations: US intelligence official  The Express Tribune5 days ago

US has strengthened ties with India: John Kerry

In Pakistan, the United States is working with the government to counter terrorist groups that threaten the shared security.
 Economic Times1 week ago
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Pak has vigorous pledge to counter terrorists: Kerry

WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State John Kerry has said Pakistan has displayed a vigorous commitment to defeat violent extremists groups in the wake of December 16, last year terror attack on the Army Public School. Testifying before Senate ...
 Financial Daily6 days ago Why the flawed 'War on Terror' needs a reboot  Social Dashboard4 days ago Pakistan curbing terror vigorously: Kerry  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago US to spend $3.4 bln in Pakistan, Afghanistan to foster ties  SAMAA TV1 week ago
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$34m represents only a minor share of actual US aid: Embassy

ISLAMABAD - Embassy of United States in Islamabad, on behalf of Ambassador Richard G Olson, has clarified a news titled Pakistan gets $3. 37b foreign aid in 7 months, which was published in The Nation on February 25, 2015. The press release said ...
 The Nation Pakistan5 days ago Islamic State Differs from Other Islamist Groups in Mindset, Methods, and Goals  NGO Watch6 days ago Islamic State opens bank, moves towards statehood  Rediff.com1 month ago Family's Despair for Pakistan's Aafia Siddiqui  Outlook2 months ago

Pakistan's latest 'War on Terror' in a state of disarray

Pakistan is most terrorist affected country of the world after Iraq. In Pakistan, the annual deaths due to terrorist attacks rose from 164 in 2003 to 3318 in 2010 and over 35,000 people have died as of 2010. Even in 2013, a total of 1920 terrorist ...
 Meri News1 week ago Many terror groups operating in Pakistan: US  Sify1 month ago UN rights experts alarmed at resumption of death penalty by States for terrorist acts  Sify2 months ago

Pakistan knocks US doors for billion dollar anti-terror op

Pakistan has briefed the United States on the progress it made during military operations against terrorists in North Waziristan costing $1.3 billion (Rs 8080 crore) and sought America's help in defraying part of it.Finance Minister Ishaq Dar on Wednesday met Senator Jack Reed, the ranking Democrat on the US Senate Armed Services Committee, who was accompanied by US Ambassador Richard Olson.They discussed various security issues including military offensive in North Waziristan which was ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Terrorists' 'safe havens within Pakistan are not acceptable': Obama

Karachi January 24, 2015 Last Updated at 11:23 IST United States President Barack Obama said, ahead of his crucial visit to India, that terrorists' "safe havens within Pakistan are not acceptable". According to the Express Tribune, Obama also said that those ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Obama acknowledges Pakistan's terror woes  Pakistan Today1 week ago The Obama interview: Safe havens in Pak not acceptable, Mumbai terrorists must face justice  Rediff.com1 month ago Obama, Modi to talk militant 'safe havens' in Pakistan  Prokerala1 month ago
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Examining the developing bilateral relationship between the United States and India

Summary: Ties between the US and India are currently upbeat and have set the grounds for a deeper bilateral relationship. President Barack Obama was the first US head of state to attend India's Republic Day celebrations on 26 January in New Delhi as ...
 Australian Policy Online1 week ago A mortar-for-bullet game  Rediff.com3 weeks ago United States says relationship with both India and Pakistan vital  Hindustan Times1 month ago US-India NSA hotline to share ‘real-time info’  Asian Age1 month ago
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