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Wednesday, August 10, 2005
How CIA "protected" A.Q. Khan
He was caught stealing designs from a Dutch uranium plant. Former Dutch Prime Minister Ruud Lubbers in a radio programme says the CIA saved Khan from going to prison.
"West being hoodwinked on terrorism"
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's Leader of Opposition Maulana Fazlur Rehman has accused the Government of deceiving the West by helping militants freely enter Afghanistan from Waziristan in the Frontier province. He told a news conference in Lahore on ...
Parliamentary polls in January
Abbas calls for restraint during Israeli pullout
India & World
Singapore eyes India, China for economic opportunities
This is significant in the light of its economic cooperation pact with India
Pakistan removes fee on cattle import from India
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has removed the `fee' on cattle import from India in an attempt to boost trade. Cattle were one of the six commodities exempted of all duties and allowed to be imported from India. It hopes to import large numbers to ...
U.S., U.K. deny reports
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Tuesday said that the Governments of the United States and the United Kingdom have refuted media reports of any joint military exercise with India in Jammu and Kashmir. In a statement here, the Pakistan Foreign Ministry ...
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