Taliban stress on Omars dominance role in future set up
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The head of the OIC delegation on Afghanistan and Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Javed Zarif has said that the Afghan rival factions agreed in principles at Jeddah talks on the need for the formation of broad based and multi
Pakistan urges World Food Programme to provide wheat for Afghan refugees
GENEVA (March 11) : Pakistan has called on the World Food Programme (WFP) to provide 20,000 tonnes of wheat for two months to meet the food requirements of some 1.5 million Afghan refugees. Addressing Standing Committee of the United
Osama's presence seen as bad omen for Afghans
Frontier Post By M.T ALAM & SHUJAAT ALI KHAN
PESHAWAR - "Whether Osama ben Laden is a terrorist or an ardent Muslim Mujahid who is fighting against United States and the house of al-Saud, his presence in Afghanistan is in no way a positive sign for the Afghans who have been suffering
No rule of law in Pakistan: White House
By Aziz Haniffa
WASHINGTON: The White House feels that the rule of law has ceased to exist in Pakistan in the wake of the killing of a key lawyer for deposed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Karachi.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Indian Prime MinisterGen. Pervez Musharraf, Chief Executive Of Pakistan
NEW YORK, March 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee tells Newsweek that there is "no possibility" of a nuclear war over the disputed border territory of Kashmir, which sparked a bitter war last year between Indi
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