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Thou shouldst not decide until thou hast heard what both have to say." -Aristophanes Democracy in Pakistan has, undoubtedly, remained under threat from those who do not believe in the people's will. For a change, it now appears that it will survive
The federal cabinet on Wednesday approved the Contempt of Court Bill, 2012, which envisages immunity from contempt of court proceedings for the president, prime minister, ministers and chief ministers, under Article 284-1 of the constitution. The
Pakistan today opened NATO supply routes to Afghanistan after Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton expressed apology over the Salala incident. She spoke to her Pakistani counterpart, Hina Rabbani Khar, on Tuesday morning and said sorry for
I Welcome Pakistan's Decision To Reopen NATO Supply Route.US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta US is committed to improve relations with Pakistan. Pakistan and US are working together to face the security challenges.
NATO Route Re-Open Now. After The U.S.A sorry on Salala incident , Pakistan decided to restore the NATO supply Route. USA today, appologize on Salala incident and request Pakistan to restore the NATO supply route.
NATO SUPPLY: U.S Delegation Reached Pakistan For Dialogue. A U.S.A delegation under the leadership of US Deputy Secretary of State Tom Nides reached Pakistan for NATO Supply Re-Open dialogue. According to the sources
NATO Supply Re-Open Soon. An International News Agency claimed that Pakistan and USA agreed to re-open the NATO supply. In this context both the countries are going to form an agreement soon. An official from
Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani on Tuesday said that there were positive signals from Washington for apology over Salala incident. He was talking to a corps of journalist after briefing the Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and
President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari has finally expressed his willingness to attend the two-day NATO summit being held from May 20 to 21 in Chicago. Earlier, the NATO had refused to invite Pakistan for the summit, as the country
The United States Ambassador to Pakistan, Cameron Munter, said on Tuesday that his country was ready to fully engage with Pakistan to reset the formerly capricious relationship in the light of parliament's recommendations. "We would show respect to