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Afghan Taliban may return to negotiating table

Afghan Taliban may return to negotiating table

Afghan Taliban may return to negotiating table ISLAMABAD: The major faction of the Afghan Taliban led via Mullah Akhtar Mansoor may return to the negotiating desk with Afghan government representatives despite escalating violence in Kabul which has dented peace efforts. The Taliban expressed their willingness to renew the fledgling peace …

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Obama job to convince Congress on F-16s sale: Fatemi

Obama job to convince Congress on F-16s sale: Fatemi

Obama job to convince Congress on F-16s sale: Fatemi A day after Islamabad’s bid to acquire F-16s hit new snags, Pakistan’s prime overseas coverage wizard stated convincing the us Congress to subsidise the deal is the job of President Barack Obama’s administration. Unique Assistant to the top Minister on international …

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Govt to challenge Baldev Kumar assembly membership

Govt to challenge Baldev Kumar assembly membership

Govt to challenge Baldev Kumar assembly membership The provincial government has decided to go to court and challenge Baldev Kumar’s membership of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Assembly. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has also announced its disassociation from Kumar Chief Minister Pervez Khattak shared these views on the assembly floor on Friday. The Sardar’s replacement: …

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Bombing against pilgrims kills 23 in Iraq as hundreds protest

Bombing against pilgrims kills 23 in Iraq as hundreds protest

Bombing against pilgrims kills 23 in Iraq as hundreds protest BAGHDAD: A automobile bomb concentrating on Shiite pilgrims killed as a minimum 23 humans close Baghdad on Saturday, as hundreds of thousands protested within the capital for reforms and parliament made yet another try and reshuffle the cupboard. Iraq has …

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Putin declines invitation to visit Pakistan claims report

Putin declines invitation to visit Pakistan claims report

Putin declines invitation to visit Pakistan claims report Russian President Vladmir Putin has turned down Islamabad’s invitation to discuss with Pakistan and inaugurate a key pipeline undertaking, a record carried by way of Indian information agency ANI mentioned on Friday. Providing a intent for turning down the invitation, Moscow explained …

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Two LNG plants to supply power by end of 2017

Two LNG plants to supply power by end of 2017

Two LNG plants to supply power by end of 2017 ISLAMABAD: The Senate Standing Committee on Planning, development and Reform was once informed on Thursday that two power initiatives founded on liquefied natural gasoline would begin providing 1,200 megawatts of electrical power subsequent 12 months. Briefing the committee that met …

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