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'Us Pak Ties' - 19 News Result(s)

  • US should respect decision to imprison doctor who helped CIA find Osama: Pakistan

    The United States should respect a Pakistan court's decision to imprison a doctor accused of helping the CIA find Osama bin Laden, the Pakistan foreign ministry spokesman said on Thursday.

  • Drone strikes will go on in Pakistan: US officials

    Drone strikes will go on in Pakistan: US officials

    The White House has no intentions of ending CIA drone strikes against militant targets on Pakistani soil, U.S. officials say, possibly setting the two countries up for diplomatic tensions after Pakistan's parliament unanimously approved new guidelines for the country's troubled relationship with the United States.

  • Pakistani PM's lawyer: No harm in graft case

    Pakistani PM's lawyer: No harm in graft case

    A lawyer for Pakistan's prime minister said Wednesday there would be no harm in the government's asking Swiss authorities to reopen an old corruption case against the country's president, because he enjoys immunity from prosecution.

  • NATO air strike: Report blames both US and Pak

    NATO air strike: Report blames both US and Pak

    A United States military investigation has concluded that checks and balances devised to prevent cross-border mishaps with Pakistan failed to avert a deadly NATO airstrike last month in part because American officials did not trust Pakistan enough to give it detailed information about American troop locations in Afghanistan.

  • NATO strike: Clinton calls Gilani over 'unintended' killing of troops; Pak firm on Bonn meet boycott

    NATO strike: Clinton calls Gilani over 'unintended' killing of troops; Pak firm on Bonn meet boycott

    As Pak-US ties plunged to a new low after a deadly NATO strike, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called Premier Yousuf Raza Gilani to offer her condolences on the "unintended" killing of 24 Pakistani troops, but was unable to make him reconsider the decision to boycott a key meet on Afghanistan.

  • Obama refrains from formal 'I'm sorry' to Pakistan

    Obama refrains from formal 'I'm sorry' to Pakistan

    The White House has decided that President Obama will not offer formal condolences - at least for now - to Pakistan for the deaths of two dozen soldiers in NATO airstrikes last week, overruling State Department officials who argued for such a show of remorse to help salvage America's relationship with Pakistan, administration officials said.

  • Zardari meets Pak Army chief again amid tension over secret memo to US

    Zardari meets Pak Army chief again amid tension over secret memo to US

    Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has met powerful army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani for the second time in as many days, amid reports of tensions between the military and civilian government over secret communications with the Obama administration.

  • Pakistan's Ambassador to US Husain Haqqani offers to resign: Reports

    Pakistan's Ambassador to US Husain Haqqani offers to resign: Reports

    Pak Ambassador to US Husain Haqqani offers to resign? Pakistan's Ambassador to the US Husain Haqqani has reportedly written a letter to President Asif Ali Zardari and has offered to resign from his post.

  • Obama won't back Mullen's claim on Pakistan

    Obama won't back Mullen's claim on Pakistan

    US President Barack Obama is declining to endorse strong criticism of Pakistan levelled by the outgoing chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, while saying Pakistan must do more to deal with insurgents.

  • Pakistanis tied to 2007 border ambush on Americans

    Pakistanis tied to 2007 border ambush on Americans

    A group of American military officers and Afghan officials had just finished a five-hour meeting with their Pakistani hosts in a village schoolhouse settling a border dispute when they were ambushed - by the Pakistanis.

  • Pak army chief convenes special meeting after US warning on ISI

    Pak army chief convenes special meeting after US warning on ISI

    Pakistan Army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani today convened a special meeting of his top commanders to review the security situation against the backdrop of mounting tensions with the US over its asssertion that the military-run Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) had links to the Haqqani network.

  • Don't humiliate Pak, it will be at your own cost: Hina Rabbani to US

    Don't humiliate Pak, it will be at your own cost: Hina Rabbani to US

    Pakistan's Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has as hit back at the US administration after Admiral Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI has provided safe haven to a terrorist group that attacked the US embassy in Kabul last week.

  • Kabul attack: US blames ISI, Haqqani

    Kabul attack: US blames ISI, Haqqani

    The US has blamed a guerrilla faction with ties to Pakistan's military intelligence agency ISI for the attack on the US Embassy in Kabul.

  • Pakistan's ISI chief leaves for US to revive ties

    Pakistan's ISI chief leaves for US to revive ties

    The chief of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha, left for the US today in a bid to revive security ties affected by recent events, including the suspension of $800 million of US military aid to Pakistan."Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha, Director General of Inter-Services Intelligence, has proceeded to USA for a day-long...

  • Pak army chief balks at US pressure to find other terrorists

    Despite mounting pressure from the United States since the American raid that killed Osama bin Laden, Pakistan's army chief, Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, seems unlikely to respond to American demands to root out other militant leaders, according to people who have met with him in the last 10 days.While the general does not want to abandon the allianc...

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'Us Pak Ties' - 19 News Result(s)

  • US should respect decision to imprison doctor who helped CIA find Osama: Pakistan

    The United States should respect a Pakistan court's decision to imprison a doctor accused of helping the CIA find Osama bin Laden, the Pakistan foreign ministry spokesman said on Thursday.

  • Drone strikes will go on in Pakistan: US officials

    Drone strikes will go on in Pakistan: US officials

    The White House has no intentions of ending CIA drone strikes against militant targets on Pakistani soil, U.S. officials say, possibly setting the two countries up for diplomatic tensions after Pakistan's parliament unanimously approved new guidelines for the country's troubled relationship with the United States.

  • Pakistani PM's lawyer: No harm in graft case

    Pakistani PM's lawyer: No harm in graft case

    A lawyer for Pakistan's prime minister said Wednesday there would be no harm in the government's asking Swiss authorities to reopen an old corruption case against the country's president, because he enjoys immunity from prosecution.

  • NATO air strike: Report blames both US and Pak

    NATO air strike: Report blames both US and Pak

    A United States military investigation has concluded that checks and balances devised to prevent cross-border mishaps with Pakistan failed to avert a deadly NATO airstrike last month in part because American officials did not trust Pakistan enough to give it detailed information about American troop locations in Afghanistan.

  • NATO strike: Clinton calls Gilani over 'unintended' killing of troops; Pak firm on Bonn meet boycott

    NATO strike: Clinton calls Gilani over 'unintended' killing of troops; Pak firm on Bonn meet boycott

    As Pak-US ties plunged to a new low after a deadly NATO strike, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called Premier Yousuf Raza Gilani to offer her condolences on the "unintended" killing of 24 Pakistani troops, but was unable to make him reconsider the decision to boycott a key meet on Afghanistan.

  • Obama refrains from formal 'I'm sorry' to Pakistan

    Obama refrains from formal 'I'm sorry' to Pakistan

    The White House has decided that President Obama will not offer formal condolences - at least for now - to Pakistan for the deaths of two dozen soldiers in NATO airstrikes last week, overruling State Department officials who argued for such a show of remorse to help salvage America's relationship with Pakistan, administration officials said.

  • Zardari meets Pak Army chief again amid tension over secret memo to US

    Zardari meets Pak Army chief again amid tension over secret memo to US

    Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has met powerful army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani for the second time in as many days, amid reports of tensions between the military and civilian government over secret communications with the Obama administration.

  • Pakistan's Ambassador to US Husain Haqqani offers to resign: Reports

    Pakistan's Ambassador to US Husain Haqqani offers to resign: Reports

    Pak Ambassador to US Husain Haqqani offers to resign? Pakistan's Ambassador to the US Husain Haqqani has reportedly written a letter to President Asif Ali Zardari and has offered to resign from his post.

  • Obama won't back Mullen's claim on Pakistan

    Obama won't back Mullen's claim on Pakistan

    US President Barack Obama is declining to endorse strong criticism of Pakistan levelled by the outgoing chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, while saying Pakistan must do more to deal with insurgents.

  • Pakistanis tied to 2007 border ambush on Americans

    Pakistanis tied to 2007 border ambush on Americans

    A group of American military officers and Afghan officials had just finished a five-hour meeting with their Pakistani hosts in a village schoolhouse settling a border dispute when they were ambushed - by the Pakistanis.

  • Pak army chief convenes special meeting after US warning on ISI

    Pak army chief convenes special meeting after US warning on ISI

    Pakistan Army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani today convened a special meeting of his top commanders to review the security situation against the backdrop of mounting tensions with the US over its asssertion that the military-run Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) had links to the Haqqani network.

  • Don't humiliate Pak, it will be at your own cost: Hina Rabbani to US

    Don't humiliate Pak, it will be at your own cost: Hina Rabbani to US

    Pakistan's Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has as hit back at the US administration after Admiral Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI has provided safe haven to a terrorist group that attacked the US embassy in Kabul last week.

  • Kabul attack: US blames ISI, Haqqani

    Kabul attack: US blames ISI, Haqqani

    The US has blamed a guerrilla faction with ties to Pakistan's military intelligence agency ISI for the attack on the US Embassy in Kabul.

  • Pakistan's ISI chief leaves for US to revive ties

    Pakistan's ISI chief leaves for US to revive ties

    The chief of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha, left for the US today in a bid to revive security ties affected by recent events, including the suspension of $800 million of US military aid to Pakistan."Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha, Director General of Inter-Services Intelligence, has proceeded to USA for a day-long...

  • Pak army chief balks at US pressure to find other terrorists

    Despite mounting pressure from the United States since the American raid that killed Osama bin Laden, Pakistan's army chief, Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, seems unlikely to respond to American demands to root out other militant leaders, according to people who have met with him in the last 10 days.While the general does not want to abandon the allianc...

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