Pakistan news of June 27, 2008

2008-06-27 14:32:43 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - Pakistan News News)

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Pakistan news of June 27, 2008

Delay in implementation of peace deal may lead to violence in Swat
Fata has become a battle ground for foreigners who have support from abroad
Pakistan Travel & Tourism Hotel in Swat set ablaze by Taliban
Robert Gates speaks about Pakistan’s failure in controlling insurgency in Afghanistan
Slow down in the trading activity in Karachi Stock Exchange

Delay in implementation of peace deal may lead to violence in Swat

Peshawar: The local Taliban and the government want to keep the peace deal intact but with the failure of the government to implement the deal incidents of violence might continue. According to the government representative some problem areas in the peace agreement had been removed.

Fata has become a battle ground for foreigners who have support from abroad

Islamabad: The foreign office spokesman, in the weekly briefing to the newsmen that the government has received indications about the presence of foreigners in FATA and NWFP. These people are being financially supported from abroad.

Answers to a question on the allegation levied by the Afghan president on the assassination attempt being blamed on Pakistani ISI, the foreign office spokesmen said that such blames are baseless and would not help in strengthening ties between the two countries and would be counter productive.

Pakistan Travel & Tourism Hotel in Swat set ablaze by Taliban

Mingora: Militants in Swat set a PTDC hotel on fire. The four star hotel in Malam Jabba in Swat was the only ski resort of the country. Militants also killed 3 relative of the ruling party PPP’s leader.

Robert Gates speaks about Pakistan’s failure in controlling insurgency in Afghanistan

Washington (AFP) The US defense secretary Robert Gates while speaking to the press highlighted points of concern which included the failure of Pakistani government in controlling the militants / Taliban from entering Afghanistan from Pakistan’s boarders.

Slow down in the trading activity in Karachi Stock Exchange

Karachi: The trading activity at the Karachi Stock Exchange slowed down yesterday. The political uncertainty and distorting law and order situation in tribal areas are responsible for the slow down. The KSE-100 index increased by 178 points leaving the share index at 12,608.51 points

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