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  • Obama gave CIA 'secret waiver' for Pakistan drone strikes: report

    President Barack Obama secretly exempted the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) from carrying out adequate intelligence-gathering missions in Pakistan before conducting drone strikes in the country...

    The Wall Street Journal quotes current and former United States (US) officials as saying President Obama made rules for the US drone programme stricter in 2013, but secretly approved a waiver allowing the CIA more flexibility when it...

  • Pakistan struggling with terrorism threat, claim US secret agencies

    WASHINGTON: The US intelligence officials have informed Congress that Pakistan-based terrorist groups will remain a sustained threat to US interests in South Asia in 2017 and will continue to plan and conduct attacks inside India and Afghanistan...

    In a joint report to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, US spy agencies also warn that “the emerging China-Pakistan Economic Corridor will probably offer militants and terrorists...

  • India's role in promoting terror in Pakistan no secret: Sartaj Aziz

    KARACHI: Adviser to Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, on Saturday said India’s role in promoting terrorism in Pakistan is not a secret anymore, DawnNews reported...

    Talking at a foreign ministers’ forum at the Institute of Business Administration (IBA) in Karachi, Aziz said Pakistan will collect evidence of Indian interference in subversive activities across the border and will present a dossier at...

  • Dilip twice visited Pakistan on secret missions: Kasuri

    NEW DELHI: A day after he stood his ground against rabid anti-Pakistan protesters in Mumbai, former foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri visited Dilip Kumar on Tuesday, saying the ageing movie idol, also a frequent target of Shiv Sena violence, was an apostle of peace between the two countries...

    The actor had visited Pakistan twice on secret missions for the Indian government, he said...

  • Yasir fit but Pakistan have ‘secret’ plan for 2nd Test: Alam

    Pakistan manager Initkhab Alam has declared Yasir Shah fit to bowl but said his team could throw in a surprise inclusion for the second Test to thwart England's plans...

    Pakistan's bowling attack has looked toothless without the services of legspinner Yasir, and were made to toil hard in the field by England captain Alastair Cook, who scored his third double century to take his side beyond the hosts' first innings total of 523...

  • Pakistan, India NSAs hold secret dialogue

    NEW DELHI / ISLAMABAD: Even as the Indian media was showering Pakistan with insults on Kulbhushan Jadhav’s meeting with his wife and mother and the Indian parliament was raising the emotional pitch over claims of misbehaviour by Pakistanis with the two women, the National Security Advisers (NSAs) of the two countries were meeting sec­retly in Bangkok on Dec 26, possibly to avoid more serious missteps, news reports claimed on Sunday... ...

  • BBC story on 'Pakistan's secret human rights abuses' a pack of lies: ISPR

    The BBC story published on June 2, titled Uncovering Pakistan's secret human rights abuses, looks into Pakistan's long battle with militants as part of the post-9/11 "war on terror" and carries the accounts of locals as well as the top leader of the Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM), Manzoor Pashteen...

    The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) in its statement on Monday, however, said the story "carries conjecturing implicating...

  • Houthis in secret talks with US, says Yemeni govt in exile

    DUBAI: Aircraft from a Saudi-led coalition bombed Yemen’s Houthi outposts throughout the country on Sunday, residents said, while Yemen’s government in exile said the militia was in talks with the United States in Oman...

    The raids hit an airbase near Sanaa airport and a military installation aligned with the Houthis overlooking the presidential palace compound in the capital Sanaa
  • No secret cooperation with Britain on Imran Farooq murder case: Nisar

    Nisar asserted there has been "no secret cooperation with Britain regarding Imran Farooq murder case", adding that he as the Pakistani interior minister could not brief the British envoy over an ongoing investigation and that doing so would be an affront to his position and to the country’s dignity...

    Take a look: Prime suspect in Imran Farooq murder arrested in Karachi: NisarNisar also said, "Since 2010 the world is questioning...

  • History: The secret life of the peepal

    I keep looking at the design on a shallow bowl, perhaps 20cm across, which looks like an inverted heart, its surface slatted with diagonal lines...

    Right at the back of the British Museum there are a tiny number of artefacts from the western subcontinent — a few Indus seals, some jewellery, a few very early terracotta mother goddess figurines, and a terracotta elephant
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