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The Pakistan Army has been involved, either directly or indirectly, in every accord signed with the militants, including Taliban, in the last 10 years and two of these agreements are still intact and working. The prime minister's decision of
The Pakistan government and Taliban's negotiating committees are both claiming that the results of their much-hyped peace talks will surface in coming weeks but the optimism is not wholly shared by some of the country's political and security
A member of the Pakistan government's negotiating team will soon travel to Waziristan along with the Taliban nominated committee to meet the banned group's 'shura' as part of the second phase of the peace dialogue.
11 including a judge killed in islamabad. In a terrorist act yesterday 11 people including a judged died in Islamabad. This wave of terrorism clutched whole of the citty and created fear among the people.
Gunmen stormed a court of a busy shopping area in the heart of Pakistan's capital Monday , killing at least 11 people in a suicide bombing & shooting probably make pieces any chance of a significant conversation peace with Taliban
the process of dialogue The prime minister of pakistan decided to start talks with taliban and the only purpose was to restore peace and stability in the country this process was fully backed by the
A bomb blast on Saturday killed at least three paramilitary soldiers and wounded six others in Pakistan's restive southwestern province of Baluchistan, officials said. The roadside bomb hit a patrol vehicle around 200 kilometres south of Quetta on a
By Our Correspondent:Raza Ali Shah(BANNU/Islamabad) Officials dealing with the matter said that around 35,000 people had been displaced from different areas of North Waziristan since the air force launched the “softening up&
Two men sustained injuries in separate blasts outside the houses of security personnel in Bannu and Khyber Agency, while another explosion occurred outside a school in North Waziristan on Wednesday, Geo News reported. In Bannu, unidentified persons
38 Peshawar: The Taliban on Tuesday blamed Pakistani security agencies for the killing of their senior commander Asmatullah Shaheen Bhittani. A statement issued by the banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan said Bhittani was part of its senior