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Killing of Amjad Fareed Sabri is indicative of Karachi's fragile peace

Jun 23, 2016

Killing of Amjad Fareed Sabri is indicative of Karachi's fragile peace

Amjad Sabri dedicated his life to doing justice to his musical heritage. Anyone familiar with his work would agree that he was successful in living up to the high bar set by his father and uncle. #Pakistan #ConnectTheDots #Karachi #Islamabad #sufi #Qawwali #Amjad Fareed Sabri #Khurram Zaki
China on India's NSG bid: Will Beijing's shifting position hurt New Delhi?

Jun 22, 2016

China on India's NSG bid: Will Beijing's shifting position hurt New Delhi?

While most of the member are on board to back India, it is China and its closest ally Pakistan which would act as the major stumbling block. #China #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Seoul #Beijing #Nuclear Suppliers Group #NSG #Islamabad #S Jaishankar
Torkham clashes: Afghan-Pakistan border reopens after five days

Jun 18, 2016

Torkham clashes: Afghan-Pakistan border reopens after five days

A major Afghan-Pakistan border crossing reopened on Saturday after it was closed for several days following deadly clashes between the two countries following the construction of a gate on the Pakistani side to control cross-border movement, officials said. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Kabul #Islamabad #Khyber Pass #Torkham border #Afghan-Pakistan #Pakistan's foreign ministry
Pakistan proves slippery target for Islamic State, say analysts

Jun 15, 2016

Pakistan proves slippery target for Islamic State, say analysts

As investigators probe connections between the Orlando killer and the Islamic State group, analysts say the jihadists are struggling to gain a foothold in one country repeatedly linked to their high-profile attacks: Pakistan. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Islamabad #islamic-state #ISIS #Islamic State Pakistan links
26/11 attacks: Ex-home secretary Madhukar Gupta denies reports that MHA was 'partying' in Murree

Jun 11, 2016

26/11 attacks: Ex-home secretary Madhukar Gupta denies reports that MHA was 'partying' in Murree

Responding to Times Now report that top MHA officials were partying in Pakistan’s Murree during the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, former Home Secretary Madhukar Gupta told ANI “I don't know why reports are saying that we were holidaying in Murree hill station. All the MHA officials stayed at Murree for few hours because hosts had made arrangements.” #India #Pakistan #26/11 #NewsTracker #Mumbai terror attacks #NSG #Islamabad #Shivraj Patil #MHA #Murree #26/11 Mumbai attack #Madhukar Gupta
Modi government weakened fight against terrorism: Congress

Jun 03, 2016

Modi government weakened fight against terrorism: Congress

Notwithstanding the denial by the NIA chief that he made any statement giving a clean chit to Pakistan on the Pathankot airbase attack #Congress #Pakistan #Sharad Kumar #NewsTracker #Islamabad #NIA #Modi government #PM Modi
Islamabad not taking action against terror groups: US State department

Jun 03, 2016

Islamabad not taking action against terror groups: US State department

Terrorist safe havens not only continue to exist in the tribal areas of Pakistan, but also militants are able to openly raise funds from heavily populated areas, the US today said alleging that Islamabad is not taking action against terror groups like Haqqani network and Lashkar-e-Taiba. #India #Terrorism #US #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Islamabad #LeT #HAqqani
Rain wreak havoc in Pakistan, toll climbs to 36

Jun 02, 2016

Rain wreak havoc in Pakistan, toll climbs to 36

At least 36 people were killed and over 100 others injured as severe windstorm coupled with heavy rain wreaked havoc in parts of Pakistan overnight. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Islamabad #Rawalpindi #thunderstorm Pakistan
30 dead as rain, thunderstorm hit Islamabad

Jun 02, 2016

30 dead as rain, thunderstorm hit Islamabad

At least 30 people, including women and children, were killed and scores of others injured in the wake of heavy rainfall and thunderstorm that hit upper parts of Pakistan #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Islamabad #Rains #rainfall #thunderstorm
Pak strengthens border control, bans Afghans from entering without Visa

Jun 01, 2016

Pak strengthens border control, bans Afghans from entering without Visa

Islamabad applied a rigorous border control regime on Wednesday, banning Afghans from entering Pakistan without a visa or travel documents. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Visa #Neighbours #Islamabad #Muslim #Afghans