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A.Q. Khan's ‘secret agreement'
Cable reveals the conditions brokered by a Pakistan court between him and the government for his ‘freedom'
THE PAKISTAN CABLES
I would give IAEA access to Khan, said Zardari
CHENNAI: Months before he became President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari told the United States Ambassador in Pakistan that if he had his way, he would allow the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to question Abdul Qadeer Khan, the ...
THE PAKISTAN CABLES
Daughter's threat, bank's dilemma
CHENNAI: The Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates told the United States in 2005 to either cross out the name of Abdul Qadeer Khan's daughter from a list of people whose assets were blocked for their suspected involvement in suspected acts ...
THE PAKISTAN CABLES
Pakistan's military officers, seen through American eyes
NEW DELHI: The 9/11 attack was a Jewish conspiracy, the CIA runs the American media, MI-5 runs the BBC: commonplace conspiracy theories on the Internet and, as a U.S. military officer found out while he attended a course at one of Pakistan's ...
New evidence links Pakistani intelligence to Mumbai attack
Documents filed by prosecutors in Chicago record flow of funds, instructions
Nine policemen killed in Maoist ambush
RAIPUR: A senior police officer and eight constables were killed when nearly 250 Maoists ambushed them in a jungle at Gariabandh, along the Chhattisgarh-Orissa border, 150 km from here. The 10-member police team, led by Additional ...
Raina powers CSK into final
CHENNAI: Powered by an astonishing 50-ball unbeaten 73 from Suresh Raina, Chennai Super Kings defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by six wickets with two deliveries remaining in the thrilling first qualifier of the Indian Premier League ...
India seeks report from France on Rashid
NEW DELHI: India has sought a detailed investigation report from the French authorities on terror accused Mohammad Niaz Abdul Rashid, a native of Tamil Nadu and allegedly an active member of the banned Students Islamic Movement of ...
Manmohan ups African line of credit by $1.6 billion
From training to trains, India is slowly chugging along in Africa
“Legislative Council will not be revived”
No change in AIADMK position, says Jayalalithaa
2 NDFB militants arrested
Nagaon (Assam): Two National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB anti-talks faction) militants were arrested by the Army in central Assam's Nagaon district on Tuesday. Army sources said the militants were held from Kalapani Kacharigaon ...
Headley involved in ISI-LeT plot to kill Bal Thackeray
Chicago: Mumbai attacks co-accused David Headley, who scouted the Shiv Sena headquarters, testified on Tuesday that there was a plot involving his handlers in Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and the terror outfit LeT to ...
ISI, LeT helped Headley in executing 26/11 attack
LeT operators chose him as he was an American and people would least suspect
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