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K-P lawmakers concerned over deteriorating security situation

By Sohail Khattak PESHAWAR: The opposition benches on Friday lashed out at the provincial and federal government for the deteriorating law and order situation in the province.   So much so was the reaction from the opposition parties that the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Assembly had suspended its routine agenda for the day ...

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Liberals are dangerous

S. Akbar Zaidi PAKISTAN’S liberals ought to be utterly flattered now that a potential prime minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, has suggested that they are the most dangerous constituency in the country, and that these liberals are so well organised and politically relevant, that they ‘seek blood’. These words must ...

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Pakistan must enhance efforts to eliminate terror: US

by Muhammad Saleh Zaafir ISLAMABAD: The United States, while acknowledging the sacrifices of Pakistan, has underscored the importance of continuing and enhancing cooperation and efforts from Pakistan for the common objective of eliminating terrorism from the region. The two countries agreed that they had common stakes in securing peace and ...

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Láffaire Hafeez Saeed – US Mantra

By Allabaksh Trump Administration’s strong statements against Hafiz Saeed’s release and the demand to arrest him and make him face trial look like some kind of camouflage because the US knows it well that Pakistan is unlikely to heed to any request on Hafiz Saeed. Not when Islamabad is under ...

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LET INDIAN GOODS INTO AFGHANISTAN: PAKISTAN ADVISED

Manzoor Ahmed Unlikely to end its dog-in-the-manger policy towards India, Pakistan is nevertheless being advised to cooperate to forge trading routes to the benefit for all in the region. A Pakistani analyst based in Washington has counseled the Pakistan Government to allow transit of Indian goods to Afghanistan if Islamabad ...

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Call for setting up new commission on enforced disappearances

Saleem Shahid QUETTA: Senator Farhat­ullah Babar of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has called for setting up a new commission on enforced disappearances because the existing one has failed to fix responsibility, register FIRs against the suspects and publish its report as required by the law despite the passage of ...

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