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World | Press Trust of India | Friday August 22, 2014
In an email to the family members of slain American journalist James Foley, his captors from the Islamic State militant group demanded release of several prisoners, including a Pakistani woman scientist who has been convicted of terrorism charges in ...
World | Press Trust of India | Wednesday April 10, 2013
Pakistan's nuclear scientist AQ Khan has said he doubts North Korea will explode an atomic device in its current face-off with the United States and South Korea.
World | Press Trust of India | Friday February 1, 2013
Increasing radicalisation within Pakistan's military could lead to its nuclear weapons being hijacked by radical Islamists, a Pakistani scientist has warned.
India | Written by NK Kalia | Friday December 21, 2012
Captain Saurabh Kalia was taken prisoner during the Kargil War between India and Pakistan. His mutilated body was returned to India on June 9, 1999. His father, Dr NK Kalia, 64, a retired senior scientist from the Council of Scientific and Industri...
World | Press Trust of India | Saturday September 15, 2012
Disgraced Pakistani nuclear scientist AQ Khan, known for his anti-India stance, has said that Pakistan should improve relations with India in order to counter alleged US plans to divide the country.
World | Press Trust of India | Thursday May 3, 2012
Disgraced Pakistan nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan has expressed his willingness to contest elections while suggesting the formation of a government of technocrats because politicians have failed to deliver good governance.
India | NDTV Correspondent with PTI inputs | Wednesday April 11, 2012
Just hours after Pakistani scientist Dr Khalil Chishty walked out of the Ajmer Jail after being granted bail by the Supreme Court, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has ordered the immediate release of an Indian fisherman.
India | Harsha Kumari Singh | Wednesday April 11, 2012
Dr Khalil Chishty, a Pakistani scientist who has been fighting a legal battle in India for two decades is finally a free man today. He walked out of the Ajmer Jail at 4:30 pm, after his brother Jameel Chishty furnished two bail bonds of Rs 50,000 eac...
World | Press Trust of India | Sunday September 25, 2011
Pakistan, which used every "legal and illegal" means to go nuclear, shared its secret atomic technology and equipment with countries like Iran and Libya, says a report by the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), based on disgraced scientist A Q Khan's ...
World | Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday March 1, 2011
Washington has turned down Pakistan's proposal to swap US official Raymond Davis, who shot dead two men in Lahore, with Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani scientist who is serving a prison term in US for killing marines in Afghanistan, it was reported here.Diplomatic Sources told the Dawn in Washington tha...
World | Agence France Presse | Saturday September 25, 2010
Pakistani police on Friday used tear gas to disperse protesters who shouted "Death to America" in outrage after a US court jailed a woman scientist for 86 years for attempting to murder US officers.In a case that has been condemned across the nuclear-armed Muslim nation of 167 million, the governmen...
World | Salman Masood and Waqar Gillani, NYT News Service | Tuesday March 30, 2010
A Pakistani court on Monday eased some travel restrictions on Abdul Qadeer Khan, the scientist and pioneer of Pakistan's nuclear arsenal, who admitted six years ago that he had been running an illicit proliferation network.
World | NDTV Correspondent | Monday September 21, 2009
Disgraced Pakistani nuclear scientist Dr A Q Khan has dropped a bombshell.
World | Press Trust of India | Friday August 28, 2009
A Pakistani court has suspended the "security protocol" accorded by the government to nuclear scientist A Q Khan.
World | Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 2, 2009
North Korea received designs for uranium enrichment centrifuges from Pakistan's disgraced nuclear scientist A Q Khan.
World | Press Trust of India | Saturday May 30, 2009
The country's top nuclear scientist has said that after 26/11, Pakistan would have not "survived" without atomic weapons.