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Pakistan      47 militants killed in separate incidents in FATA
Pakistan      12 persons killed in separate incidents of target killing in Karachi
Pakistan      10 people killed in a PAF bus attack in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Pakistan      Two beheaded bodies found in Balochistan
India      Two militants killed in Manipur
India      Bodo youth killed in Kokrajhar District in Assam
India      Sub Inspector killed and three Police personnel injured in Maoist attack in Bihar
India      CRPF constable killed as Maoists open fire at helipad in Chhattisgarh
India      Powerful landmines found in Odisha
Bangladesh      18 ICS cadres arrested for setting ablaze bus in Rajshahi City
India      Police arrested one person for uploading 'Burma violence' clip in Maharashtra
Bangladesh      Intensive search operation launched to track down ULFA-ATF leader in Bangladesh
India      NIA begins probe into suspected ISI-sponsored espionage module
India      J&K security situation 'very fragile', says Army commander
India      PLFI manufacturing its arms in jungles of Jharkhand, says report
India      China providing security to PoK projects, says Army Chief General Bikram Singh
Nepal      Four major political forces decide to go for fresh CA election
India      SC stays bail granted to an accused in an FICN case
India      Court adjourns trial case hearing in MPA attack conspiracy
Pakistan      US sanctions on Haqqani Network come into affect
Pakistan      SFs distributing arms among some elements in Balochistan, says JWP Chief Nawabzada Talal Akbar Bugti
Pakistan      Terrorists could target Yaum-e-Ishq-e-Rasool rallies, warns Interior Minister Rehman Malik
Bangladesh      JeI leader Muhammad Kamaruzzaman was a known Al-Badr leader, says witness Ziaul Islam at ICT-2
Pakistan      Islamabad is not part of the problem in Afghanistan, says Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar
Pakistan      US has 'unrealistic expectations' with Pakistan on Afghan Taliban talks, says Ex-ISI Chief Ehsanul Haq
India      Surrendered cadre fled with cash, says HNLC
India      39 Bangladeshi detained in Assam
Pakistan      Don't shelter Afghans beyond December 31, 2012, PHC tells Federal Government
Sri Lanka      UPFA to appoint S.M. Ranjith as Chief Minister of NCP

US has 'unrealistic expectations' with Pakistan on Afghan Taliban talks, says Ex-ISI Chief Ehsanul Haq

The former chief of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Lieutenant General Ehsanul Haq on September 19 said that the United States (US) has “unrealistic expectations” with Pakistan to bring Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Omar to peace talks, reported The Express Tribune quoting an interview in Business Week. During a brief interview in Washington, Haq said that while Pakistan fully supports Afghan peace talks, it “can’t deliver anybody” to the negotiating table, the report stated. Haq also advised the US to advance the “political track” with the Afghan Taliban in the time left before the US withdraws forces from Afghanistan, and added that the US should do whatever it can to revive the Qatar process and make good on pledges over a prisoner swap.

Rubbishing claims about the Taliban and Haqqani Network having ties with Pakistani Security Forces (SFs), Haq said that Pakistan’s SFs conducted several raids on religious schools and homes of Haqqani Network’s founder in Miranshah town of North Waziristan Agency in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) between 2002 and 2004. “He was not there he was in Paktia, Paktika,” Haq was quoted as he referred to two province in Afghanistan.






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