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Under the memogate threat can Pak's accidental president survive?

Dec 23, 2011

Under the memogate threat can Pak's accidental president survive?

Asif Ali Zardari, under threat from a memo accusing Pakistan's powerful generals of plotting a coup to overthrow him, has never managed to dispel the notion he is an accidental president. #Pakistan #InThisCorner #Asif Ali Zardari #Pakistan Peoples Party #Politics of Pakistan #Bhutto family
US won't cut any civilian aid to Pakistan

Dec 14, 2011

US won't cut any civilian aid to Pakistan

Struggling hard to restore its ties with Pakistan in the aftermath of NATO air strike last month, the Obama Administration today said that it has not cut any civilian aid to Pakistan. #United States #NewsTracker #Pentagon #Pakistan Nato Attack #Politics of Pakistan
Zardari's health improving, says PM Gilani

Dec 11, 2011

Zardari's health improving, says PM Gilani

Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, who is undergoing treatment in Dubai for heart complications, is showing improvement and expected to make an "early recovery". #Pakistan #Yousaf Raza Gillani #NewsTracker #Asif Ali Zardari #Politics of Pakistan

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Zardari's health improving, says PM Gilani

Jul 29, 2014

The Battle to Eradicate Polio in Pakistan

Political unrest in Pakistan has been a gift to the poliovirus, with 99 cases reported there so far this year. But Rotary International, which has already vaccinated 2 billion children in 122 countries, is hitting back har... #Pakistan #Rotary International #Taliban
Zardari's health improving, says PM Gilani

Aug 15, 2014

Jemima Khan's son Sulaiman caught up in violence at Pakistan political rally

Sulaiman Khan, 17, was travelling with his politician father as he led his supporters through Gujranwala, Pakistan, on Friday, when they were attacked... #Pakistan #Jemima Khan
Zardari's health improving, says PM Gilani

Aug 19, 2014

Protesters set to march on Pakistan's parliament

(AP) -- Thousands of protesters demanding Pakistan's prime minister step down prepared Tuesday to march on parliament in the capital, as authorities beefed up security to prevent possible violence. The demonstrators, who have camped out in Islamabad ... #Pakistan #Pervez Musharraf #Islamabad #Nawaz Sharif #Imran Khan #Ahsan Iqbal #Muslim League-N