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Posts Tagged ‘ pakistan ’

  • Pakistan Cricket Team is Allowed in BPL
    - Posted 01.06.13

    Pakistani cricketers are not barred from playing in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq said. “I have not heard much about not playing in BPL. This is a matter concerning the two boards,” Razzaq said on Friday while attending a promotional programme arranged by KDS, one of the partners of the BPL […]

  • Cricket Fan, India or Pakistan, maybe BOTH
    - Posted 12.30.12

    Ishant Sharma and Kamran Akmal may have made up with each other after their mid-pitch confrontation in the first India-Pakistan Twenty20 International in Bangalore on December 25 – they reportedly sat next to each other on the flight from Bangalore to Ahmedabad – but tempers running high in a match between the two countries is […]

  • Pakistan Attending Dubai’s Global Exhibition
    - Posted 12.07.12

    Ambassador of United Arab Emirates Essa Abdullah Al Basha Al-Noaimi called on Federal Minister of Commerce Makhdoom Amin Fahim on Thursday and presented invitation letter of ‘3rd Global Entrepreneurship Conference and Exhibition’, which will be held in Dubai under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime of the UAE […]

  • People killed in Pakistan by US Drone
    - Posted 06.04.12

    Rockets fired from a US drone killed 15 people in northwest Pakistan on Monday, intelligence officials said, an attack likely to add to tensions between Washington and Islamabad amid a standoff over NATO supply routes to Afghanistan. The strike, the third in three days, targeted a militant hideout in the Hesokhel village of the North […]

  • Gas contract between India and Pakistan
    - Posted 05.24.12

    Countries involved in a U.S.-backed trans-Afghanistan pipeline will sign a commercial agreement on Wednesday aimed at keeping the much-delayed $7.6 billion project alive. The U.S. has, for almost 20 years, supported the plan to pipe natural gas over 1,100 miles from Turkmenistan via Afghanistan to Pakistan and India — commonly referred to as the TAPI […]