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‘Threat similar to World War II looms over world again’

India’s assault on Kashmiris will have consequences, warns Imran Khan

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August 30, 2019


Video: Maryam Nawaz reacts to her name being included in NYT list

LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Maryam Nawaz on Tuesday said that one should not be scared of telling the truth.  When a reporter asked Maryam Nawaz as to how she felt about her name being included in the list of 11 Powerful Women Of The World, she said that one should tell the truth….

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December 19, 2017


Saudi Crown Prince calls Iran leader ‘new Hitler’: NYT

Saudi Arabia and Iran back rival sides in wars and political crises throughout the region. Mohammed bin Salman, who is also Saudi defense minister in the U.S.-allied kingdom, suggested the Islamic Republic’s alleged expansion under Ayatollah Ali Khamenei needed to be confronted. “But we learned from Europe that appeasement doesn’t work. We don’t want the new…

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November 24, 2017


Trump campaign aide met Russian officials in 2016: NY Times

WASHINGTON D.C.: A foreign policy adviser to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign met Russian government officials last year, the New York Times reported on Friday, citing testimony he gave this week to a U.S. congressional committee. In numerous media interviews in recent months, the adviser, Carter Page, has either denied meeting Russian government officials during a…

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November 4, 2017


Modi letting mob rule flourish in India: NYT

NEW YORK: A leading American newspaper has denounced the murder of Indian Journalist Gauri Lankesh, who was shot dead outside her home in Bangalore on Tuesday, describing her as “fearless critic of rising Hindu-nationalist militancy.” “Prime Minister Narendra Modi has let a climate of mob rule flourish in India, with his right-wing Hindu supporters vilifying…

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September 7, 2017


Imran hopeful of huge ‘goodbye reception’ for Nawaz next week

ISLAMABAD: PTI chief Imran Khan has his eyes set on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s resignation and in an interview to an international newspaper, the cricketer-turned-politician hoped that there would be a big ‘goodbye reception’ for Sharif in Islamabad next week.  In an interview to the New York Times, PTI chief Imran Khan said that he…

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July 15, 2017


Pakistan hits back at NYT over “biased” editorial

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday termed as “biased” an editorial of a leading American daily regarding security mess in neighboring Afghanistan. The New York Times, in its editorial on May 12, accused Pakistan of being a “duplicitous and dangerous” partner for the United States and Afghanistan. “Nearly 15 years after 9/11, the war in Afghanistan is raging and Pakistan deserves…

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May 13, 2016


Fears of another Pakistan-India war

US newspaper, the New York Time, says fresh tension between Indian and Pakistan could raise new fears of war between the two nuclear-armed countries. Watch this report.

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August 20, 2015


Pak IT firm involved in worldwide fake degree scam: NYT

KARACHI: A New York Times report on Monday revealed that a Pakistani IT firm is involved in a worldwide scam of selling fake degrees making millions of dollars at the cost of Pakistan’s reputation. Authored by Declan Walsh, former Islamabad bureau chief of the US-based paper, the report said that the company operates from Karachi,…

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May 18, 2015


Mayor Bloomberg weighs buying Financial Times: NYT

NEW YORK: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is weighing up whether to make a bid for The Financial Times Group, which includes the namesake paper and a half interest in The Economist magazine, the New York Times reported, citing three people close to the mayor.Pearson Plc, the publisher of FT, is about to lose…

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December 10, 2012


Chinese premier Wen Jiabao's family has massive wealth – NYT report

NEW YORK: The family of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, a leader known for his humble roots and compassion for ordinary Chinese, has accumulated massive wealth during his time in power, the New York Times reported on Friday.”A review of corporate and regulatory records indicates that the prime minister's relatives, some of whom have a knack…

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October 26, 2012


Motorola Mobility to cut 20 pct of workforce – NYT

NEW YORK; Motorola Mobility has told employees it plans to slash 20 percent of its workforce and shut down nearly a third of its offices worldwide, the New York Times reported.One-third of the 4,000 jobs lost will be in the United States as the company plans to exit unprofitable markets, stop making low-end devices and…

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August 13, 2012


US sees perils of Israeli strike on Iran: NYT

NEW YORK: A classified US war simulation held to assess potential fallout from an Israeli attack on Iran predicts it would spark a broader regional war involving the United States, The New York Times reported Tuesday. The simulation was not considered a rehearsal, the report said, but does indicate potential risks from such an attack….

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March 20, 2012


Obama not to offer formal condolence to Pak: NYT

WASHINGTON: A US news paper has claimed that President Obama will not offer formal condolences — for the time being — to Pakistan for the deaths of two dozen soldiers in NATO airstrikes last week, SAMAA reports.According to the New York Times, it was the decision of the White House that US president would not…

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December 1, 2011


Phone gives clues to bin Laden's Pakistan links-NYT

WASHINGTON: A cell phone found in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan contained contacts to a militant group with ties to Pakistan's intelligence agency, The New York Times reported on Thursday, citing senior U.S. officials briefed on the findings.The discovery indicated that bin Laden used the group, Harakat-ul-Mujahedeen, as part of his…

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June 24, 2011


NYT photographer badly wounded in Afghanistan

KANDHAR: A photographer with The New York Times was seriously injured Saturday when he stepped on a mine while covering the war in southern Afghanistan, the newspaper said. Joao Silva, 44, was evacuated to the main US military base in southern Kandahar after being wounded in the legs in the volatile Arghandab region of the…

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October 24, 2010


Pak secretly backed Taliban NYT, citing leaks

WASHINGTON: Pakistan has been double-crossing the United States by secretly supporting the Taliban while taking massive U.S. aid, the New York Times said on Sunday, citing documents leaked by the group WikiLeaks. The White House responded with a strong condemnation of the leak, saying it could threaten national security and endanger the lives of Americans…

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July 25, 2010


White House budget chief Orszag to step down-NYT

WASHINGTON: White House Budget Director Peter Orszag plans to step down from his job in July, making him the first senior member of President Barack Obama's economic team to leave, the New York Times reported on Monday. The Times, citing a person familiar with his plans, said Obama had urged Orszag to stay but the…

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June 22, 2010


US official set up unit to kill militants: NYT

WASHINGTON: A Pentagon official set up a unit of private contractors in Afghanistan and Pakistan to help track and kill suspected militants, The New York Times reported on its website, citing military officials and businessmen in Afghanistan and the United States. According to a story that will appear in Monday's paper, government officials said the…

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March 14, 2010


CIA ends contract with BlackWater: NYT

Staff Report ISLAMABAD: The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has ended its secret contract with BlackWater regarding its cooperation in conducting drone attacks in Pakistan, said an American newspaper agency New York Times Friday. The company's involvement highlighted the extent to which the C.I.A. had outsourced critical jobs to private companies since the 9/11 attacks. New…

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December 11, 2009


Blackwater worked with CIA: NYT

WASHINGTON: Private security guards from Blackwater Worldwide participated in some of the CIA's most sensitive operations, including raids on suspected militants in Iraq and Afghanistan, the New York Times reported on Thursday. Blackwater's role in Afghanistan began in early 2002 when the CIA hired the private company to guard the perimeter around its station in…

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December 10, 2009

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