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Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari is urging a top U.S. military commander to halt drone missile attacks targeting Taliban militants inside Pakistan. Zardari, meeting Monday in Islamabad with Gen. David Petraeus, the new head of the U.S.
Text of report by Karachi-based private Pakistani channel Geo TV website on 12 October Islamabad: President Asif Ali Zardari on Saturday said power and energy was most critical for economic development of the country and directed swift measures to end load shedding and power shortages on war footing.
Indian media gave prominent play to Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari's reported statement that India has never been a threat to his country. The statement was made in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.
Text of report by Pakistan's private television channel Geo News website on 26 September United Nations: In his maiden address to the General Assembly of the United Nations here on Thursday [25 September], the president of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, has categorically asked justice for the assassinated Benazir Bhutto [former prime minister and his wife].
Text of report by official news agency Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) Islamabad, 24 September [Wednesday]: Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gillani on Wednesday urged the media to extend its cooperation to the government in facing the challenges of terrorism and extremism.
Pakistan President pleads with Bush to reverse policy BA cancels all flights to country The Pakistani President, Asif Ali Zardari, will plead with President George Bush today to change a policy which is being blamed for one of his country's worst terrorist atrocities.
By Stephen Graham ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Taliban militants based near the Afghan border and their al-Qaida allies are the most likely suspects behind a massive truck bombing at Islamabad's Marriott Hotel, officials and experts said Sunday. At least 53 died in the explosion, including two U.S.
By Stephen Graham Associated Press ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- Taliban militants based near the Afghan border and their al-Qaida allies are the most likely suspects behind a massive truck bombing at Islamabad's Marriott Hotel, officials and experts said Sunday.