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Raid on Osama bin Laden's hideout in Pakistan was culmination of years of painstaking intelligence work
Pakistan laments ‘unilateral' U.S. action
Says event “shall not serve as a precedent for any state”
THE PAKISTAN CABLES
Pakistan said it wasn't sure whether Osama was alive or dead
Zardari thought he was dead; Gilani said he was not in Pakistan. But Musharraf acknowledged he might be in the Frontier
Osama was unarmed when killed: White House
I do not mind paying the price for high-value targets, Zardari told U.S. Commander in 2008
Pakistan President wanted regional ownership of extremism problem; thought Manmohan not well-informed of Indian intelligence activities in Afghanistan
Osama financed the fall of Benazir's government, says Zardari
CHENNAI: Asif Ali Zardari, the current President of Pakistan, explained to the visiting U.S. representatives, in a meeting in 2008, that the Global War on Terror was “Pakistan's war.” “It was also a personal one,” ...
Kayani: ‘It is unjust to criticize Pakistan' for not locating Osama
CHENNAI: Defending Pakistan's track record in pursuing and capturing al-Qaeda operatives, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, Pakistan Chief of Army Staff, who was “held in high regard by the U.S. Military” told visiting Senator Joseph ...
When al-Qaeda faced a ‘catastrophic financial situation'
CHENNAI: Measures to cut off the flow of money to terrorist outfits including monitoring suspicious charitable organisations, had a severe effect and forced the al-Qaeda into a “catastrophic financial situation low of money,” ...
Only temporary political boost for Obama: experts
Washington: The goodwill accruing to United States President Barack Obama for his administration's achievement in tracking down and killing al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden will certainly yield tangible benefits for him in domestic politics but ...
Osama's family members in Pakistani custody
ISLAMABAD: The family members of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, who were in the Abbottabad house with him during the U.S. operations to nab him dead or alive on Sunday night, are in Pakistani custody. This was confirmed on Tuesday by the ...
Operation caught ISI “by surprise”
LONDON: The BBC on Tuesday quoted an official of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) as claiming that it was “totally caught by surprise” by the U.S. commando operation in which Osama bin Laden was killed in a compound in ...
ED summons Kanimozhi, four others
NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate has issued summons under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act to DMK MP Kanimozhi and four others named in the CBI charge sheet in the 2G spectrum allocation scam. Sources said that besides ...
Five killed as land caves in at Jamuria
KOLKATA: Five persons, including two minors, were killed when their houses in an abandoned coalmine caved in at Jamuria in West Bengal on ...
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