Tag: Pakistan

Kashmir And The Coming Nuclear Holocaust

August 21, 2013: Pakistani politicians are caught between Indian officials (civil and military) enraged at the growing number of border incidents (Pakistani troops firing on Indians) and their own generals who insist it’s all the fault of the Indians. Some Pakistanis see this as another army ploy to […]

Judicial investigation launched over claims ex-French president’s election campaign received €50m from Libyan regime

French inquiry opens into allegations Gaddafi funded Sarkozy 2007 campaign   Angelique Chrisafis in Paris guardian.co.uk,              Friday 19 April 2013 12.39 EDT Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi leaves the Elysée in Paris after a meeting with the French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, in 2007. Photograph: Eric Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images French prosecutors […]

CIA Vaccine Hoax Condemned By Public Health Deans

  William McGuinness william.mcguinness@huffingtonpost.com Posted: 01/10/2013  5:41 pm EST  |  Updated: 01/10/2013  6:32 pm EST University public health schools’ deans say health workers should be off limits. Public health school deans from prominent colleges and universities across the country have signed a letter condemning a hoax the Central Intelligence Agency […]

Indian, Pak troops trade gunfire afresh

News Desk The Statesman Publication Date : 13-01-2013   Indian Air Force chief says India may have to look at “some other options for compliance” if the ceasefire violations by Pakistan continue   Indian and Pakistan troops yesterday night traded gunfire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch sector […]

Indian soldier ‘mutilated in Pakistan attack’

08    Jan     2013 SRINAGAR, India (AFP) Two Indian soldiers were killed in a firefight with Pakistani troops near their disputed border in Kashmir on Tuesday and one of the bodies was badly mutilated, an army spokesman said. Spokesman Rajesh Kalia told AFP that Pakistani troops had intruded into Indian […]

A vaccine-derived strain of poliovirus that has spread in recent years is serious but it can be tackled with an existing vaccine

2010 study posted for filing Contact: Laura Gallagher l.gallagher@imperial.ac.uk 44-020-759-48432 Imperial College London Polio research gives new insight into tackling vaccine-derived poliovirus A vaccine-derived strain of poliovirus that has spread in recent years is serious but it can be tackled with an existing vaccine, according to a new […]

Survey shifts spotlight away from poor as key supporters of militants in Pakistan: Stronger support for militant groups among the middle class

  For immediate release: September 11, 2012 Media contact: Michael Hotchkiss, mh14@princeton.edu, 609-258-9522 Survey shifts spotlight away from poor as key supporters of militants in Pakistan A groundbreaking survey of Pakistanis has found stronger support for militant groups among the middle class than the poor. The finding by […]

‘The Americans are our worst enemies’: Doctor who helped lead U.S. to bin Laden says Pakistan spy agency lists America as greatest foes and ‘maintains relations just to extract billions in aid’

Dr Shakil  Afridi says Pakistan’s ISI intelligence agency calls the U.s. it’s worst  enemy He was  sentenced to 33 years in prison in June Dr Afridi  helped the U.S. by setting up a fake vaccination programme that allowed him to  collect DNA from bin Laden’s children Pakistan  suffered […]