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ISLAMABAD(Times of India): ISI chief Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pashahas embarked on a secret visit to China that is being seen as part of Pakistan’s efforts to reduce its dependence on the US in the wake of strained military and intelligence ties.
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WASHINGTON(Times of India): Just hours after American Navy Seals shot dead Osama bin Laden in a compound in Pakistan on Sunday, US President Barack Obama shot down the Pakistani security establishment’s attempt to claim joint credit for the operation.
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Pakistani officials announced on Tuesday that five suspected terrorists had been killed in a drone strike that hit the Khysor area, 7 kilometers away from the town of Mir Ali, in the North Waziristan Tribal Agencyon Monday.
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Pakistani Police said that around 20 armed men had attacked and put fire to 27 lorry transports in the Shikarpur district, in the southern Province of Sindh on Friday. The aim of the attack was to destroy supplies, fuel and equipment…
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The US is in the middle of a $7.5 billion aid program to Pakistan. But America’s image is slipping in the country, where its unfavorable rating is almost as bad as the Taliban’s and even Al Qaeda is more popular.
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(Reuters) – Pakistan was actively collaborating with the Taliban in Afghanistan while accepting U.S. aid, leaked U.S. military reports showed, a disclosure likely to increase pressure on Washington’s embattled ally.
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Ugandan Police announced on Sunday that they had arrested 20 people, including several Pakistanis who had a shop in a Kampala suburb, in connection with last week’s deadly blasts that left 76 people dead.