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'Pak will restore NATO supplies this month, if U.S. offers apology'
The chairman of Senate Standing Committee on Defence and Defence Production has said the NATO supply routes would be reopened this month, but only if America tenders an apology for the Salala attacks.

Pak party says re-opening NATO supply routes be made conditional with ending drone strikes
Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) Secretary General Mushahid Hussain Syed has said that his party had proposed that re- opening of non-weapon supplies for the NATO forces in Afghanistan should be made conditional for ending drone attacks in Pakistan.

PPP and Musharraf had become 'partners' following 2008 general elections: PML Q
Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) chief Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain has revealed that his party had helped the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) form a coalition government in Balochistan at the request of former military ruler Pervez Musharraf.

Pak may cooperate with China to mar negative Western-Indian propaganda about terrorism
Pak-China Institute Chairman Mushahid Hussain Syed has demanded the government to send a high-level security delegation to China to improve bilateral ties and mar the alleged negative propaganda by the Western and Indian media against Pakistan over its role of dealing with terrorism in Kashghar.

A cautionary tale on Kashmir
The wings of Pakistan's notorious Inter-Services Intelligence are slowly being clipped by the US Justice Department, painstakingly and case by case.

PML-Q lays out five-point agenda for Pak Govt to resurrect nation's economy
The Pakistan Muslim League-Q has laid out its five-point action plan for the federal government to counter the economic meltdown that the country is currently facing.

Tech-savvy Pak politicians increasingly using tweets to communicate with voters
The widespread popularity of social networking sites and other Internet-based tools have led certain tech-savvy Pakistani politicians to use them liberally to communicate with voters and complain about their opponents.

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