4-5-10 PakPulse

In Press Roundup on April 5, 2010 at 9:11 am

Top stories:
U.S. consulate in Peshawar attacked (New York Times)

Other stories:
Drones batter al Qaeda and its allies within Pakistan (New York Times)
Pakistan, a firmer footing (Financial Times)
Suicide bomber strikes political rally in north-west (BBC News)
Pakistan army accused of extra-judicial killings (Reuters)
Diplomats allowed to have foreign security personnel (Dawn)
Taliban torch NATO tankers in Pakistan (Dawn)
Gunmen kill top gas company official in Quetta (Dawn)
NAB to reopen settled cases against politicians (Dawn)
Pakistan to launch war games on eastern border (Dawn)
Zardari’s pal to defend him in Supreme Court (The News)
State accused over Swat’s destruction (The News)
Kabul is new center stage by Jawed Naqvi (Dawn)

Other stories:
Karzai’s defiant stance concerns U.S. and Afghans (Washington Post)
U.S. admits role in killing of Afghan women (New York Times)
10 killed in NATO raid on Afghan militants (Associated Press)
Afghan upper house backs Karzai election decree (Reuters)
Afghan air force flies again on Soviet warhorses (Reuters)
Afghan women defy militants to learn to read (The Independent)
British army may send imams to Afghanistan (The Independent)
Stuck with Karzai by Bruce Riedel (Daily Beast)

Other stories:
Priest accused of U.S. abuse still working in India (Associated Press)
India to boost renewable power capacity (Wall Street Journal)
The MBA bias by Rupa S. Dehejia (Wall Street Journal)
Maoists threaten Gandhi’s legacy by Eric Randolph (Guardian)

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