Ahmed Quraishi

  • TISLAMABAD A rumpus is brewing in a small corner of the Pakistani media over the safety of a New Delhi-based American journalist. Being a US citizen has its benefits and Mr. Mathew Rosenberg is lucky to have a few coming to his defence in Pakistan. A couple of months ago a Pakistani journalists ...

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  • TISLAMABAD As of this month, the Pakistani government has quietly allowed the United States to expand its Afghanistan-based media propaganda network to include Pakistan, in a clandestinely signed deal that is bound to generate more anger when the Pakistani government that is yet to fully recover ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Pakistan-The Pakistan Embassy in Washington continues to convey a wrong picture to American officials and politicians on the uproar in Pakistan over the condescending language in the Kerry-Lugar bill. Embassy 'sources are feeding a consistent line to US officials and media that the ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Pressure is building on the Pakistani military to rush into South Waziristan in the aftermath of the GHQ attack and the spate of bombings targeting Pakistani civilians. Close to 100 innocent Pakistanis are dead in less than a week. While Pakistani citizens are involved in committing ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - CIAs mouthpieces in the US media and the Web have been activated to give maximum punch to US threats of bombing Quetta and convincing the international public opinion of the veracity of US intelligence on the presence of Mullah Omar and Osama bin Laden in Balochistan. Separately, the ...

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  • TISLAMABAD US political and military officials go on the offensive inside Pakistan, confronting critics and seeking to build a coalition of allies across Pakistani politics, media and the academia to create a domestic counter to the entrenched Pakistani policymaking establishment that is resisting ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Pakistans ambassador to Washington Hussain Haqqani made a classified communication on July 28 with Pakistans Foreign Secretary and the ISI chief. Six weeks later, on 12 September, as President Asif Ali Zardari prepared to leave for the United States for meetings with US officials, an ...

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