Articles by Pakistan
Singapore: Little Tiger With A Big Military Roar
May 15 2012 12:57 PM EDT
Singapore was the fifth-largest arms importer in the world between 2007 and 2011.
Pakistan Signals Rapprochement, May End Blockade On Afghan Route For NATO
May 15 2012 5:58 AM EDT
The Pakistani government is considering reopening its Afghan border to NATO troop supplies, ahead of the military alliance's summit.
Delhi: The Center Of India's Growing Rape Crisis
May 12 2012 11:20 AM EDT
India's emergence as an economic superpower has been accompanied by a disturbing and unexpected phenomenon: an apparent increase in sexual assaults on women.The actual number of rapes in Delhi -- and India as a whole -- is likely to be dramatically higher than indicated by published statistics.
Lawmakers Urge Secretary Clinton To Designate Haqqani Network As Terrorist Organization
May 11 2012 5:44 PM EDT
Both Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Friday urged U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to immediately designate the Haqqani network operating in Afghanistan and Pakistan as a foreign terrorist organization.
Pakistan's Invitation To NATO Summit May Hinge On Decision To Open Supply Lines
May 11 2012 2:57 PM EDT
Afghanistan will be the focus of a crucial NATO summit in Chicago this month, said NATO Secretary General Ander Fogh Rasmussen during a press conference on Friday. But Pakistan, once a crucial partner in NATO's efforts there, may not be represented at the event.
We Did Not Know Osama Bin Laden Was In Pakistan: PM Gilani
May 11 2012 9:55 AM EDT
He also declared that rumors that Pakistan?s military and intelligence network were protecting Osama are ludicrous.
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl?s Parents Reveal U.S. Secret Attempts To Swap Him For Taliban Prisoners
May 10 2012 3:36 PM EDT
The parents of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, a United States soldier taken prisoner by Taliban affiliates, have revealed previous secret attempts by the U.S. to trade him for Taliban prisoners.
Rescuers Recover Bodies From Russian SuperJet Crash In Indonesia
May 10 2012 1:45 PM EDT
Rescuers have some recovered bodies of 50 people on board the brand new Sukhoi SuperJet 100 aircraft, which crashed shortly after takeoff on Wednesday.
Pakistan Successfully Tests Short-Range Ballistic Missile
May 10 2012 9:37 AM EDT
The missile features a range of 290 kilometers (180 miles), which would place western India within target.
Sukhoi SuperJet 100 Vanishes Over Indonesia Carrying Russia?s Aviation Hopes
May 09 2012 12:28 PM EDT
A Russian Sukhoi SuperJet 100 vanished over Indonesia on Wednesday during a demo flight meant to promote Russia's first newly-designed passenger jet since the Soviet collapse.
Russian SuperJet Disappears During Indonesian Demo Flight
May 09 2012 11:03 AM EDT
The Sukhoi SuperJet 100, the first new Russian passenger plane in over 20 years, was on a demonstration flight in the hope of selling to local airlines
Rep. Peter King Calls For Review On How To Inform Public Of Top-Secret Information
May 08 2012 3:31 PM EDT
Rep. Peter King, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, on Tuesday called for a review of how the government informs the public about top-secret information, in the wake of the discovery of an al-Qaeda plot to use a new version of an underwear bomb to bring down an airliner.
U.S. Can Work With Both India And China On Defense Issues: Pentagon Official
May 08 2012 3:14 PM EDT
Last week, the top military official in the U.S. declared that India will be a military superpower in the near future.
India's Hajj Subsidy Program To Be Cut Following Supreme Court Ruling
May 08 2012 2:15 PM EDT
On Tuesday, India?s Supreme Court directed the central government to slowly eliminate its Hajj subsidy program, which partially covers travel costs for Indian Muslims? sacred pilgrimages to Mecca.
U.S. Ambassador To Pakistan Suddenly Quits: Report
May 08 2012 12:32 PM EDT
Munter wasn?t viewed as a ?good fit? for the Pakistan job.
FBI Experts Examining Al Qaeda's Upgraded 'Underwear Bomb'
May 08 2012 11:06 AM EDT
FBI experts are now in possession of an unexploded bomb al Qaeda assembled with the intention of blowing up a United States-bound airliner
Clinton Urges Pakistan To Fight Terrorism, Asks India To Cut Iranian Oil Imports
May 08 2012 8:35 AM EDT
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has warned Pakistan that it must do a better job of fighting terrorists operating within its borders, according to the Press Trust of India.
US Refuses To Negotiate With Al Qaeda For Hostage Warren Weinstein's Release
May 07 2012 4:33 PM EDT
The United States will not negotiate with al-Qaida and the Obama Administration has called for the immediate release of kidnapped American expert Warren Weinstein shown in a video appeal this week.
Al Qaeda Hostage Warren Weinstein Begs Obama For His Life in New Video [VIDEO]
May 07 2012 11:53 AM EDT
Al Qaeda released a new video of American hostage Warren Weinstein begging President Obama for his life in exchange for following demands set by the terrorist organization.
Clinton Pushes India To Cut Iran Oil Imports
May 07 2012 11:42 AM EDT
The U.S. is pushing India to cut its imports of Iranian oil. But even as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in Kolkata on Sunday to discuss the issue along with U.S.-India economic ties, a larger Iranian delegation was simultaneously traveling through New Delhi.