4-16-10 PakPulse

In Uncategorized on April 16, 2010 at 8:07 am

Top stories:
UN report finds faults in Pakistani Bhutto inquiry (New York Times)

Other stories:
Tensions over renamed province overshadow govt reforms (Washington Post)
Attack kills 10 at Quetta hospital (BBC News)
Hidden lair of the Taliban in Bajaur (The Independent)
Chief Justice blames lack of courts for delays (Express Tribune)
U.S. Treasury sanctions Pakistani trust fund chiefs (Express Tribune)
Civilian deaths hurt Army’s campaign (Daily Times)
U.S. to help Pakistan overcome energy crisis (Daily Times)

Sheikh to terrorists: go to hell by Christian Caryl (Foreign Policy)
A province by any other name by Kalsoom Lakhani (Foreign Policy)
Who killed Benazir by Huma Imtiaz (Foreign Policy)
Gilani’s visit to America by Ayesha Siddiqa (Express Tribune)
Nuclear maneuvers by Cyril Almeida (Dawn)
Dangerous games (Dawn)

Other stories:
Taliban seen behind bomb attacks in Kandahar (New York Times)
Afghans blame both U.S., Taliban for insecurity (Associated Press)
McChrystal points to signs some Taliban trained in Iran (Associated Press)
European push to ban burqas appalls Afghan women (Reuters)
Four German soldiers are killed in north (Los Angeles Times)
Senators seek ways to fix Afghan police training (Newsweek)
Five UN staff missing in Afghan capital (AFP)
Contractors failed to train Afghans in AK-47s (McClatchy)
Leaving one Afghan valley by Eugene Robinson (Washington Post)

Other stories:
India eyes use of drones against Maoists (Financial Times)
India’s tribal justice (Economist)
An inconvenient truth about corruption by Rupa Subramanya Dehejia (Wall Street Journal)

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