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Pakistan’s ties with US should be based on mutual trust, respect


Pakistan’s ties with US should be based on mutual trust, respect

Pakistan’s relations with the US should move forward in an atmosphere of “mutual trust and respect”, the country’s top diplomat said today, days after Washington suspended military aid to Islamabad for failing to rein-in terror groups operating from its soil.

Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua made the remarks during her meeting with US Acting Assistant Secretary of State Alice Wells, who was in Pakistan along with senior officials from the US National Security Council for a scheduled dialogue on bilateral and regional cooperation.

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Gunmen kill five in attack on church in Pakistan's Quetta


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Two suicide attackers opened fire inside a church in southwestern Pakistan on Sunday, killing at least five people and wounding up to 16 before being stopped by police guards, officials said.

The gunmen wearing explosives-filled vests stormed the church in Quetta city when Sunday services had just opened, exploding a suicide vest and shooting at the Christian worshippers, said Sarfraz Bugti, the home minister of Baluchistan province.

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About 'Tiger Zinda Hai' film details


 

Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif starrer spy thriller 'Tiger Zinda Hai will not release in Pakistan after it failed to obtain a clearance from the country's Central Board of Film Censors.

Geo Films, which has the distribution rights for the film in Pakistan, had started publishing the release of the film with the note 'subject to censor clearance' but its release on December 22 is unlikely now.

The first part, "Ek Tha Tiger", was also not cleared for the release in Pakistan.

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Pakistani air force ordered to shoot down intruding US drones


Pakistani air force ordered to shoot down intruding US drones

Amid frayed Washington-Islamabad ties, Pakistan has ordered its air force to shoot down any drones violating the country’s airspace, including those of the US military, which are deemed responsible for a high number of civilian deaths in the Asian state.

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Pakistan baffled as China stops funding CPEC road projects over corruption


Pakistan baffled as China stops funding CPEC road projects over corruption

In a move that has left officials in Islamabad "stunned", China has stop funding at least three major road projects in Pakistan, being built as part of the $62 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, following reports of corruption, a media report said on Tuesday.
The decision by the Chinese government is likely to hit over Rs 1 trillion-worth road projects of the Pakistan's National Highway Authority (NHA), and initially, may delay at least three such ventures, Dawn newspaper reported.

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Pakistan's army silent as Islamists, police clash again


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 Islamist party activists on Sunday clashed with Pakistani security forces for a second day outside the capital, Islamabad, burning vehicles before withdrawing into an uneasy stand-off at a protest camp they have occupied for two weeks, police said.

Despite orders from the civilian government to the army on Saturday night to help restore order, no troops were at the scene around the protest camp in Faizabad, on the outskirts of the capital, witnesses said.

The military’s press department did not respond to queries about the government’s order.

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four kills, injures 19 Taliban bomb attack in southwestern Pakistan


Southwestern Pakistan suicide attack,

The suicide attack took place near a bus terminal in the city's outskirts. The target was the vehicle of an army colonel but the officer was not in the vehicle at the time of attack, Senior officer Abdur Razzaq Cheema said. 

Cheema said most of the victims were civilians, including a child, while four security men were also wounded. 

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Religious protests in Pakistan turn violent: Pic


Religious protests in Pakistan turn violent

Pakistan's government called on the powerful military to deploy in the capital Islamabad overnight after deadly unrest broke out when police moved to dislodge an Islamist protest that has brought the city to a near-standstill.

At least one person was killed and 190 injured — some 137 of whom were security personnel — when police moved in to disperse the demonstration earlier Saturday, sparking fierce clashes.

Security forces fired tear gas and rubber bullets but the demonstrators blocked roads and burned police vehicles around the site of the sit-in.

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Woman Arrested - Poisoned Milk Meant To Kill Man, Kills 12 Others In Pakistan


Poisoned Milk Meant

A Pakistani woman who gave her husband poisoned milk ended up killing him and 12 of his family when the tainted liquid was turned into a yoghurt drink and served to him and his relatives, police said.

The woman, who was forced by her family into an arranged marriage in September, has been arrested and charged with murder along with her alleged lover, senior police official Owais Ahmad told reporters in central Pakistan's Muzaffargarh district on Monday.

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US-Canadian family freed in Pakistan


US-Canadian family freed

A kidnapped US-Canadian couple and their three children born in captivity have been freed in Pakistan, nearly five years after the couple was abducted in neighbouring Afghanistan, Pakistani and US officials say.

American Caitlan Coleman and her Canadian husband, Joshua Boyle, were kidnapped while backpacking in Afghanistan in 2012 by the Taliban-allied Haqqani network, which the US has long accused Pakistan of failing to fight.

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