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Mar 10, 2013
Success in Indo-Pak ties not one day affair: Khurshid on Pak PM's visitKhurshid maintained that the visit of the Pakistani Prime Minister was "not an official" trip and it was a courtesy extended by the Indian government when Ashraf desired to visit the Sufi shrine in Ajmer along with his family.
Mar 09, 2013
Khwaja wants him to come, said Khurshid as he welcomed Pak PMBoth the leaders shook hands and greeted each other warmly before going for lunch at the Rambagh Palace Hotel in Ajmer.
Mar 08, 2013
Security stepped up in Ajmer ahead of Pak PM visit"At least 1,000 policemen will be deputed in and around the shrine area for the security of Prime Minister Ashraf. The district administration has deputed 10 duty magistrates to oversee the security," a senior police officer said.
Feb 19, 2013
Pakistan orders 'secret operation' after deadly bombing in QuettaPakistan on Tuesday ordered an operation in the southwestern city of Quetta following a weekend bombing targeting minority Shiite Muslims that killed 89 people there, and replaced the top police officer in the surrounding Baluchistan province.
Feb 19, 2013
Pakistan PM orders operation into Quetta blastA statement issued by Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf's office on Tuesday provided no details about the operation or exactly who would be targeted.
Jan 19, 2013
Officer probing graft charges against Pak PM found deadKamran Faisal, an Assistant Director of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), had apparently committed suicide, police officials said.
Jul 01, 2012
Zardari will enjoy immunity as long as he is in office: Pak PM AshrafIn the face of pressure from Pakistan's Supreme Court to reopen graft cases against President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf defended the President's immunity, saying it would only end after he leaves office.
Jun 23, 2012
New Pak PM retains most members of Gilani's cabinetPakistan's new Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf retained most key members of former premier Yousuf Raza Gilani's cabinet in the same positions as he allocated portfolios among his council of ministers.