Many Nepalese held hostage in Kabul

KABUL: A number of out-of-job Nepalese citizens, who found their way to Kabul in quest of employment, are being held hostage for their inability to clear house rent and discharge other financial obligations. Hundreds of people arrived here from the kingdom two years back in an effort to find greener pastures in the Afghan capitalRead More »

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India’s unravelling Pakistan policy — Neena Gopal

The bomb that went off late on Thursday evening in Jalalabad, Afghanistan outside the Indian consulate is being seen in Delhi as a warning that with the upcoming change of guard in Pakistan relations between the South Asian rivals could be set to change. It’s not the first but the third blast in the pastRead More »

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Suicide bomber targets foreign troops in Kabul

KABUL: Casualties were feared as a suicide bomber attacked a convoy of foreign troops in Kabul Tuesday morning, a police official said. The Kabul police crimes branch chief said the suicide bombing occurred near the Kabul International Airport around 8.00am. Gen. Alishah Paktiawal added police were probing the assault. Coming hours after US Defence SecretaryRead More »

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Chaudhry brother urged Shaukat Aziz to resign: Jamali

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President reaffirms to be re-elected by current assemblies

KARACHI:President General Pervez Musharraf Monday once again reaffirmed that he will be re-elected as the president in uniform by the current assemblies.He had meetings with various government allied parties here on the second consecutive day of his visit to metropolitan city of lights of the country.However, he said, the decision whether to shed the uniformRead More »

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Senate sees hectic debate on foreign policy

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Missing person case, SC orders release of Aleem Nasir

ISLAMABAD; The Supreme Court has ordered the release of Aleem Nasir, a German citizen of Pakistani origin. Supreme Court was hearing the case of missing persons here on Tuesday. The court directed to return to Aleem Nasir, within next two days his passport, other documents and precious stones taken from him in custody. Regarding AleemRead More »

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The EU bans seafood imports By -Ismat Sabir-

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Zahir Shahs death may bring more trouble to Afghanistan, warns biographer

“My personal view is that the entire nation was satisfied with him. Every tribe was counting on him and had special hope in him,” Stanikzai said. “His presence in Kabul was very important for the peace process. Because of the respect for him, Karzai became president. His death will have a negative impact on Afghanistan’sRead More »

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Pak-Afhan Jirga declarations to be followed: President

ISLAMABAD: President Pervez Musharraf has said that Pakistan will take all possible measure to implement the decisions taken at the Pakistan-Afghanistan Joint Peace Jirga held recently in Kabul.He was chairing a high level meeting at Aiwan-e-Sadr here Tuesday. The Prime Minister, Mr. Shaukat Aziz was also present in the meeting. Addressing the meeting General PervezRead More »

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