4-20-10 PakPulse

In Uncategorized on April 20, 2010 at 8:49 am

Other stories:
Jamaat-e-Islami politician blames U.S. for suicide bombing (Associated Press)
Breaking the myths of Pakistan’s tribal areas (Reuters)
Pakistan reassigns powers (Wall Street Journal)
Rehman Malik officially cleared for public office (Express Tribune)
Pakistan in catch-22 over power tariff, loan (Express Tribune)
Power conservation measures are proposed (Dawn)
18th amendment challenged in Supreme Court (Express Tribune)
UN hopes to restart aid after attack (Dawn)
Mehsud tribes to help government guard peace (Daily Times)
Gilani says Pakistan is part of Afghan solution (Daily Times)
Textile wars, a resolution by Shahrukh Rafi Khan (Express Tribune)
The military exercises (Dawn)
After the UN report (Daily Times)

Top stories:
Deputy mayor of Kandahar is killed (New York Times)
Other stories:

Holbrooke says relations with Karzai are good (Washington Post)
Afghan conference will be in Kabul on July 20 (AFP)

NATO troops fire on vehicle, kill 4 unarmed Afghans (Reuters)
Blast outside Afghan police base, no casualties (Reuters)
Candidate registration begins for polls (BBC News)
U.S. businessman jailed for funding terror in Afghanistan (BBC News)
Taliban claims victory over Korengal Valley (Al Jazeera)
The death of the American Century by Henry Allen (Washington Post)
Memo to America: Stop murdering my people by Malalai Joya (Daily Beast)
Earthquakes and other disturbances by Anna Badkhen (Foreign Policy)
Visiting victims of Afghanistan’s revenge rapes by Anna Badkhen (Foreign Policy)

Other stories:
As India booms, social welfare struggles to catch up (Reuters)
India’s central bank raises rates (Wall Street Journal)
Former minister Tharoor defends his name (BBC News)
The terrorists in India’s midst by Bahukutumbi Raman (Wall Street Journal)
India faces new economic challenges by Kunal Kumar Kundu (Financial Times)

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