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US okays delivery of drones to Pakistan
The Nation Pakistan

US to deliver drones to Pakistan

Islamabad, Oct 6 (IANS) The US has approved supply of short-range, unarmed, unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to Pakistan. The ScanEagle system will support the country in intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance capability in counter-terrorism operations, ... Sify, 2 hours ago
US okays delivery of drones to Pakistan The Nation Pakistan, 11 hours ago
Frontier Post

UK hacked routers to monitor Pakistan communications data: Snowden

Documents leaked by former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden appear to show that the UK government acquired vast amounts of communications data from inside Pakistan by secretly hacking into routers manufactured by US company Cisco.In an ...
 Frontier Post5 hours ago UK spies acquired vast amounts of communications data from Pakistan: Snowden  Frontier Post5 hours ago
Indian Express

NASA image shows India-Pakistan border at night

An image of India-Pakistan border taken from the International Space Station (ISS) shows one of the few places on the Earth where an international boundary can be seen at night.The US space agency National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) shared ...
 Prokerala33 minutes ago Stunning image of illuminated India-Pakistan border shot from space  Indian Express2 hours ago
International Business Times India

Pakistan would've given 'measured response' had India carried out airstrikes in its territory after 26/11 attacks: Khurshid Kasuri

Former Pakistani Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri. Reuters Pakistan's former foreign minister Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri had in 2008 told the American delegation led by United States SenatorJohn McCain that Pakistani Army would have given a ...
 International Business Times India6 hours ago India may have considered surgical air strikes post 26/11  Business Standard18 hours ago India planned air strikes in Pakistan after Mumbai attacks: Kasuri  The Express Tribune4 hours ago 'India planned surgical air strikes at JuD HQ in Pakistan after 26/11'  Samaylive6 hours ago

Monthly drone report: Total drone strikes under Obama in Pakistan, Somalia and Yemen now 491 after September attacks

A US Air Force Reaper in Afghanistan (Photo: US Air Force) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY i. Key points: CIA and Pakistan Air Force drones hit Pakistan's tribal areas US strikes continue in Yemen as the civil war rages Al Shabaab continue to kill ...
 TBIJ22 hours ago Pakistan kills 25 militants in northwest: mili...  Qatar Peninsula5 days ago Why Pakistan's first drone strike should worry Obama  The Express Tribune5 days ago 25 insurgents killed in NW Pakistan  World Bulletin5 days ago
DNA India

Enter Pakistan and eliminate terrorism from its roots, says Shiv Sena

"What bravery is it that we keep garlanding the coffins of martyred jawans? Enter Pakistan once and eliminate terrorism from its roots," the party said. Hitting out at Pakistan after four jawans were killed in Kashmir, Shiv Sena on ...
 DNA India3 hours ago Pak according status of independent soldier to terrorists: Shiv Sena  Siasat Daily3 hours ago Pak giving 'independent soldier' status to terrorists: Sena  Deccan Herald4 hours ago Pakistan giving 'independent soldier' status to terrorists: Shiv Sena  Asian Age48 minutes ago
Indian Express

I see no chance of cricket between India, Pakistan: Pakistan's National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz

Sartaj Aziz told the media in Islamabad that he was not optimistic about cricket ties being revived between the two nuclear power countries. The chances of Pakistan and India resuming their bilateral cricket ties this year in December were dealt ...
 Indian Express6 hours ago Pakistan, Turkey to improve defense ties  UPI21 hours ago US-India defence ties causing regional imbalance: Sartaj Aziz  Zee News2 weeks ago U.S.-India Defence Ties Causing Regional Imbalance: Aziz  Silicon India2 weeks ago

Pakistan of today lost on Dinshaws, Sir Ganga Rams, rues daily

Islamabad, Oct 6: The Lahore of today knows the sprawling Ganga Ram Hospital well, but is largely unfamiliar with philanthropist Sir Ganga Ram, said a Pakistani daily which rued that its history is being neglected. An editorial "A vanishing past" ...
 Oneindia4 hours ago

Jonny Bairstow, Alastair Cook Hit Fifties Against Pakistan A in Warm-Up Game

Alastair Cook, who scored 53, hit 4 fours in his 130-ball knock. AFP Sharjah: England batsmen tuned up for the Test series against Pakistan starting next week with Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root and skipper Alastair Cook hitting half-centuries in a ...
 NDTV9 hours ago England batsmen gain useful practice in tour opener  DAWN Group8 hours ago Bairstow, Cook Hit Fifties Against Pakistan A in Warm-Up Game  NDTV8 hours ago Tuesday cover: England cricket kick off UAE tour in Sharjah  Abu Dhabi National4 hours ago

De-terrorise Pak policies towards India, General Sharif!

'New Delhi feels that given the internal dynamics in Pakistan and the overwhelming powers wielded by the army, one will have to wait for better times to see any meaningful progress in the India-Pakistan relationship,' says Ambassador G Parthasarthy. IMAGE: General Raheel Sharif -- seen here on a billboard in Karachi -- is the de facto ruler of Pakistan, says G Parthasarthy, with Nawaz Sharif the lameduck prime minister. Photograph: Akhtar Soomro/Reuters   Over the past two months, both ...
 Rediff.com8 hours ago
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