Us-pak Relations


'Us-pak Relations' - 18 News Result(s)

  • Nature Of Ties To Depend On Action Against Terror, US Tells Pak

    Nature Of Ties To Depend On Action Against Terror, US Tells Pak

    The US has told the new government in Pakistan that the nature and quality of their bilateral relationship would depend on actions taken by Islamabad against terrorist groups operating from its soil, a senior Trump administration official said Monday.

  • Is Trump Ready To Dump Pakistan?

    Is Trump Ready To Dump Pakistan?

    As US ambassador to Pakistan more than a decade ago, Ryan Crocker spent much of his time trying to convince the government in Islamabad to take action against terrorists moving freely inside the country and plotting attacks on US forces in neighbouring Afghanistan

  • Opinion: Why India Should Not Celebrate The Trump Tweet

    Opinion: Why India Should Not Celebrate The Trump Tweet

    Trump's tweet is so unprecedentedly undiplomatic, indeed downright demeaning, that the least Islamabad must do is ask the American ambassador to go back home and drastically reduce the level of diplomatic ties with Washington.

  • After Trump Tweets "No More", US Blocks $255 Million Military Aid To Pak: 10 Facts

    After Trump Tweets "No More", US Blocks $255 Million Military Aid To Pak: 10 Facts

    The US has blocked 255 million dollars in military aid to Pakistan soon after US President Donald Trump tweeted "no more," declaring that America had "foolishly" given aid to Pakistan over 15 years and got in return "lies and deceit." Mr Trump blasted Pakistan for giving "safe haven to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan". India has said its stan...

  • 'Eradicate Terrorists': Rex Tillerson's Blunt Message To Pakistan

    'Eradicate Terrorists': Rex Tillerson's Blunt Message To Pakistan

    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson today bluntly told Pakistan's top leadership that it must increase efforts to eradicate terrorists operating within the country.

  • Relationship With Pakistan 'Extraordinarily Complicated', Says US

    Relationship With Pakistan 'Extraordinarily Complicated', Says US

    Describing the Unites States' relationship with Pakistan as extraordinarily complicated, the outgoing Obama Administration has hoped that President-elect Donald Trump would deepen counter-terrorism cooperation with the country to make America a safer place.

  • US Puts Sanctions On 7 Pak Firms Associated With Country's Missile Programme

    US Puts Sanctions On 7 Pak Firms Associated With Country's Missile Programme

    The US has slapped sanctions on seven Pakistani entities associated with the country's missile programme, a media report said today.

  • Relationship With India, Pak Not A 'Zero-Sum Game': Pentagon

    Relationship With India, Pak Not A 'Zero-Sum Game': Pentagon

    The United States views its relationships with India and Pakistan individually and not as a "zero-sum game", the Pentagon has said.

  • US Congress Seeks To Block USD 450 Million Aid To Pakistan

    US Congress Seeks To Block USD 450 Million Aid To Pakistan

    The US Congress has initiated a move to block USD 450 million in aid to Pakistan for failing to "demonstrate its commitment" and taking action against the terror group Haqqani network.

  • America, Pakistan and never having to say sorry

    America, Pakistan and never having to say sorry

    US-Pak relations, Osama bin Laden, Hillary Clinton, Pakistani government, Al-qaeda

  • Gilani hits back at US, says Pak cannot be asked to 'do more'

    Gilani hits back at US, says Pak cannot be asked to 'do more'

    Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani today countered US accusations linking ISI to terror groups in Afghanistan, calling them "surprising", while stating that his country cannot be pressured to "do more" in the war against terror.

  • Pak military plotted to tilt US policy on Kashmir, says FBI

    Pak military plotted to tilt US policy on Kashmir, says FBI

    Pakistan's military, including its powerful spy agency, has spent $4 million over two decades in a covert attempt to tilt American policy against India's control of much of Kashmir - including funnelling campaign donations to members of Congress and presidential candidates, the F.B.I. claimed in court papers unsealed on Tuesday.

  • WikiLeaks: Hillary Clinton told Pak to prevent LeT attack on India

    WikiLeaks: Hillary Clinton told Pak to prevent LeT attack on India

    Months after the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, the US seems to have had information that terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) was plotting more attacks in India. A worried US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had issued a warning for Pakistan in a cable sent to the US Embassy in Islamabad. NDTV has exclusive access, through Wikileaks, to the cable sent in J...

  • Amid skepticism, Pakistan calculates its response

    Amid skepticism, Pakistan calculates its response

    The discovery of Osama bin Laden by American commandos close to the Pakistani capital dealt a devastating blow to the Pakistani military and its intelligence service and set off a fevered round of speculation about how Bin Laden could have been hiding virtually under their noses in a small city that housed military garrisons. It was amply clear on ...

  • The negotiations that freed Raymond Davis

    The negotiations that freed Raymond Davis

    The release of Raymond Davis, an American who killed two men in Lahore, was based on a clandestine deal struck between Pakistan's spy agency ISI and the American CIA as the US strongly denied paying any "blood money" to the family of the dead.A petition was filed in the Lahore High Court Thursday challenging the release of Davis, who was let off We...

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'Us-pak Relations' - 18 News Result(s)

  • Nature Of Ties To Depend On Action Against Terror, US Tells Pak

    Nature Of Ties To Depend On Action Against Terror, US Tells Pak

    The US has told the new government in Pakistan that the nature and quality of their bilateral relationship would depend on actions taken by Islamabad against terrorist groups operating from its soil, a senior Trump administration official said Monday.

  • Is Trump Ready To Dump Pakistan?

    Is Trump Ready To Dump Pakistan?

    As US ambassador to Pakistan more than a decade ago, Ryan Crocker spent much of his time trying to convince the government in Islamabad to take action against terrorists moving freely inside the country and plotting attacks on US forces in neighbouring Afghanistan

  • Opinion: Why India Should Not Celebrate The Trump Tweet

    Opinion: Why India Should Not Celebrate The Trump Tweet

    Trump's tweet is so unprecedentedly undiplomatic, indeed downright demeaning, that the least Islamabad must do is ask the American ambassador to go back home and drastically reduce the level of diplomatic ties with Washington.

  • After Trump Tweets "No More", US Blocks $255 Million Military Aid To Pak: 10 Facts

    After Trump Tweets "No More", US Blocks $255 Million Military Aid To Pak: 10 Facts

    The US has blocked 255 million dollars in military aid to Pakistan soon after US President Donald Trump tweeted "no more," declaring that America had "foolishly" given aid to Pakistan over 15 years and got in return "lies and deceit." Mr Trump blasted Pakistan for giving "safe haven to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan". India has said its stan...

  • 'Eradicate Terrorists': Rex Tillerson's Blunt Message To Pakistan

    'Eradicate Terrorists': Rex Tillerson's Blunt Message To Pakistan

    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson today bluntly told Pakistan's top leadership that it must increase efforts to eradicate terrorists operating within the country.

  • Relationship With Pakistan 'Extraordinarily Complicated', Says US

    Relationship With Pakistan 'Extraordinarily Complicated', Says US

    Describing the Unites States' relationship with Pakistan as extraordinarily complicated, the outgoing Obama Administration has hoped that President-elect Donald Trump would deepen counter-terrorism cooperation with the country to make America a safer place.

  • US Puts Sanctions On 7 Pak Firms Associated With Country's Missile Programme

    US Puts Sanctions On 7 Pak Firms Associated With Country's Missile Programme

    The US has slapped sanctions on seven Pakistani entities associated with the country's missile programme, a media report said today.

  • Relationship With India, Pak Not A 'Zero-Sum Game': Pentagon

    Relationship With India, Pak Not A 'Zero-Sum Game': Pentagon

    The United States views its relationships with India and Pakistan individually and not as a "zero-sum game", the Pentagon has said.

  • US Congress Seeks To Block USD 450 Million Aid To Pakistan

    US Congress Seeks To Block USD 450 Million Aid To Pakistan

    The US Congress has initiated a move to block USD 450 million in aid to Pakistan for failing to "demonstrate its commitment" and taking action against the terror group Haqqani network.

  • America, Pakistan and never having to say sorry

    America, Pakistan and never having to say sorry

    US-Pak relations, Osama bin Laden, Hillary Clinton, Pakistani government, Al-qaeda

  • Gilani hits back at US, says Pak cannot be asked to 'do more'

    Gilani hits back at US, says Pak cannot be asked to 'do more'

    Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani today countered US accusations linking ISI to terror groups in Afghanistan, calling them "surprising", while stating that his country cannot be pressured to "do more" in the war against terror.

  • Pak military plotted to tilt US policy on Kashmir, says FBI

    Pak military plotted to tilt US policy on Kashmir, says FBI

    Pakistan's military, including its powerful spy agency, has spent $4 million over two decades in a covert attempt to tilt American policy against India's control of much of Kashmir - including funnelling campaign donations to members of Congress and presidential candidates, the F.B.I. claimed in court papers unsealed on Tuesday.

  • WikiLeaks: Hillary Clinton told Pak to prevent LeT attack on India

    WikiLeaks: Hillary Clinton told Pak to prevent LeT attack on India

    Months after the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, the US seems to have had information that terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) was plotting more attacks in India. A worried US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had issued a warning for Pakistan in a cable sent to the US Embassy in Islamabad. NDTV has exclusive access, through Wikileaks, to the cable sent in J...

  • Amid skepticism, Pakistan calculates its response

    Amid skepticism, Pakistan calculates its response

    The discovery of Osama bin Laden by American commandos close to the Pakistani capital dealt a devastating blow to the Pakistani military and its intelligence service and set off a fevered round of speculation about how Bin Laden could have been hiding virtually under their noses in a small city that housed military garrisons. It was amply clear on ...

  • The negotiations that freed Raymond Davis

    The negotiations that freed Raymond Davis

    The release of Raymond Davis, an American who killed two men in Lahore, was based on a clandestine deal struck between Pakistan's spy agency ISI and the American CIA as the US strongly denied paying any "blood money" to the family of the dead.A petition was filed in the Lahore High Court Thursday challenging the release of Davis, who was let off We...

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