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US blaming Pakistan for its own failures in Afghanistan: Janjua

ISLAMABAD: Advisor on National Security Nasser Khan Janjua on Sunday said Washington was blaming Pakistan over its own failures in Afghanistan. He said Pakistan was sincere in bringing peace in the neighboring country and had provided all out assistance in this regard. "Pakistan believes in peaceful neighborhood but Afghanistan should not use its soil for activities against the immediate neighbors on the behest of others," he said while speaking at a conference of international news agencies organized by Associated…

Pakistan can’t be made scapegoat for others’ failures in Afghanistan: Aizaz

ISLAMABAD/ WASHINGTON: Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry Pakistan could not be made scapegoat for failures of others in Afghanistan. "Pakistan has sacrificed a lot in the fight against terrorism and we will not allow utilisation of our land to attack anyone," he said while speaking to an eight-member delegation of US journalists in Washington on Saturday. Aizaz Chaudhry also said that economic statistics had improved because of the operation against terrorism and Pakistan’s security…

‘We didn’t want to waste workers’ energy, resources’ Qadri on low attendance during Mall Road protest

LAHORE: Rejecting reports in a section of media, Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Tahir-ul-Qadri on Thursday said that the "low attendance" in January 17 All Parties Protest against Model Town massacre was due to the fact that the organizers decided not to call workers from outside Lahore, ARY News reported. "We were expecting that a next and a bigger phase will come, so we didn't want to waste resources and our workers' energy in the very first phase, we will move step by step," said Qadri whose party brought…

Murray confidence sky high despite final hurdle failures

MELBOURNE: Losing five Melbourne Park finals would leave many believing they were destined to never win the Australian Open title but world number one Andy Murray remains confident that this could be the year he lays his demons to rest. Murray after all, has solid form on the blue hardcourts in Melbourne, where he is arguably the second-most consistent man at the tournament this decade -- after six-times champion Novak Djokovic. The Briton has appeared in five finals at the venue since 2010, the same as Djokovic.…