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Obama gave CIA more flexibility in drone strikes in Pakistan, claim US officials

Apr 27, 2015

Obama gave CIA more flexibility in drone strikes in Pakistan, claim US officials

US President Barack Obama tightened rules for the US drone programme in 2013, but he secretly approved a waiver giving the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) more flexibility in Pakistan than anywhere else to strike suspected militants, according to current and former US officials. #Obama #US #Pakistan #CIA #NewsTracker #drone
From US to Japan: Countries rush aid to boost Nepal's rescue efforts

Apr 27, 2015

From US to Japan: Countries rush aid to boost Nepal's rescue efforts

With the death toll in the devastating Nepal earthquake crossing the 3,500 figure, governments across the world are rushing aid and medical facilities to help assist the Nepal government in carrying out rescue operations. #World #United States #China #Japan #Pakistan #Russia #United Kingdom #Rescue #Nepal earthquake
Afghanistan Prez's India visit: Can Modi-Ghani bring back the old spark in Indo-Afghan relations?

Apr 27, 2015

Afghanistan Prez's India visit: Can Modi-Ghani bring back the old spark in Indo-Afghan relations?

The normally warm bilateral equations between the countries have witnessed a bit of chill sneaking in over the last year. #World #HowThisWorks #India #China #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #Afghanistan #Nawaz Sharif #Ashraf Ghani #Indo-Afghanistan ties
Madhur Bhandarkar 'dejected' over cancellation of Pakistan's Rafi Peer International Film Fest

Apr 27, 2015

Madhur Bhandarkar 'dejected' over cancellation of Pakistan's Rafi Peer International Film Fest

Bollywood filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar is "dejected" after the cancellation of the Rafi Peer International Film Festival in Lahore, where three of his films were to be screened. #Bollywood #Twitter #Pakistan #Madhur Bhandarkar #Film fest #security reasons
Murder of Pakistan rights activist signals dark future for its marginalised liberals

Apr 27, 2015

Murder of Pakistan rights activist signals dark future for its marginalised liberals

The killing of a prominent Pakistani rights campaigner Friday has sent shockwaves through the country's progressives, as those who speak out against alleged abuses by the state say they are under increasing threat. #HowThisWorks #Pakistan #Balochistan #liberals #Sabeen Mahmud #Human rights in Pakistan #Lahore University of Management Sciences #The Second Floor cafe
Raising pro-Pakistan slogans in India unislamic, says RSS leader

Apr 26, 2015

Raising pro-Pakistan slogans in India unislamic, says RSS leader

Hoisting of Pakistani flag and raising anti-India slogans in the country was against the basic tenets of the religion of Islam, a senior RSS leader on Sunday said. #India #Pakistan #Islam #TheySaidIt #RSS
Nepal quake death toll climbs to 1900: Key facts you need to know

Apr 26, 2015

Nepal quake death toll climbs to 1900: Key facts you need to know

Early indications suggest the death toll across four countries is likely to rise substantially in the coming days. The magnitude-7.8 quake was the worst to hit Nepal in eight decades and caused damage and fatalities in neighboring countries. In addition to more than 1,900 people killed in Nepal, a total of at least 60 died in India, Bangladesh, China's region of Tibet and Pakistan. #India #Pakistan #Valley #Mount Everest #red alert #Nepal earthquake #Tiber
Magnitude-7.9 quake hits Nepal, causing massive damage, injuries

Apr 25, 2015

Magnitude-7.9 quake hits Nepal, causing massive damage, injuries

A strong 7.5-magnitude earthquake on Saturday hit near Nepal's capital of Kathmandu where some houses have been damaged and walls toppled. #World #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Nepal #earthquake #Kathmandu #USGS
Pakistani human rights activist Sabeen Mahmud shot dead in Karachi

Apr 25, 2015

Pakistani human rights activist Sabeen Mahmud shot dead in Karachi

Police say gunmen have killed a prominent Pakistani women's rights activist in the southern city of Karachi. #World #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Nawaz Sharif #Sabeen Mahmud #Second Floor
Suspected Al-Qaeda militants arrested in Italy for Vatican plot| Reuters

Apr 25, 2015

Suspected Al-Qaeda militants arrested in Italy for Vatican plot| Reuters

ROME (Reuters) - Italian police on Friday arrested 10 people and were looking for eight others suspected of belonging to an armed group linked to al Qaeda who had plotted attacks in Pakistan and Afghanistan and at least at one point the Vatican. Some of the suspects, who are all Pakistanis and Afghans, were arrested in early morning raids across Italy. Police burst into the home of the group's suspected spiritual leader, in the northern city of Bergamo, a video released by them showed. #Economy #Pakistan #Technology #science #markets #Italy #Mexico #lifestyle