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2-13-10 PakPulse

In Press Roundup on February 13, 2010 at 8:16 am

Pakistan

Other stories:

Zardari says good India ties essential for fighting militancy (Associated Press)

  • Also: President backs better ties with India (Reuters)
  • Also: Pakistan wants “results-oriented” talks (Dawn)
  • Also: Foreign secretary asked to raise core issues in Delhi (Dawn)
  • Also: U.S. favors resumption of dialogue (Daily Times)

Pakistan and India confirm date for high-level talks (Washington Post)

Gen. Jones returning from Pakistan & Afghanistan (Politico)

Shahbaz Sharif calls on Gen. Kayani (Dawn)

Gilani asks EU to treat Pakistan at par with India (Dawn)

U.S. links CSF funds to auditors’ visas (Daily Times)

Gilani urges U.S. to honor aid pledges (Daily Times)

MPs fear war with India over water issue (The News)

Editorials:

A new U.S.-Pakistan understanding? by Imtiaz Gul (Foreign Policy)

Kashmir clampdown (Dawn)

The Indo-Pak waltz by Irfan Husain (Dawn)

Ghost of an accord by A. G. Noorani (Dawn)

The London conference & the future of FATA by Farakh Khan (Daily Times)

The taxonomy of Friends of Democratic Pakistan by Sania Nishtar (The News)

Afghanistan

Top stories:

Coalition troops storm Taliban haven (New York Times)


Other stories
:

Bomber disguised as policeman injures 5 U.S. soldiers (New York Times)

NATO’s mission control at Kandahar air base (BBC News)

Spain plans more troops for Afghanistan (CNN)

Editorials:

Is Operation Moshtarak a fool’s mission? by Norine MacDonald (Foreign Policy)

India

Other stories:

Fourteen Indian soldiers suspended over Kashmir killing (Associated Press)

India’s holy Ganges to get a cleanup (Wall Street Journal)

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