Pakistan news of June 3, 2009 - 81 students, teachers recovered from militants strong hold

2009-06-03 14:54:30 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - Pakistan News News)

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Latest Pakistan news of June 3, 2009

  • 81 student, teachers recovered from militants stronghold
  • Building railways station by China being considered as a threat by India
  • Zardari’s complain about US not acting fast to disburse loans negated by the US
  • Court orders release of Jamaatud Dawa head
  • Stock dip further at Karachi Stock Exchange

81 student, teachers recovered from militants stronghold

Bannu (Dawn.com): After a gun battle, the security forces managed to recover 81 students from the strong hold of the militants. The sources, however, confirmed that around 37 more students are still being held by the kidnappers. While the security speculate about their where about they also assumed that these kidnapped students have still not been taken to Baituallah Mehsud.

Building railways station by China being considered as a threat by India

New Delhi (Dawn.com): China’s involvement in building a railway station at the site of Khokhrapar-Munabao junction has created steer in India. India considers Chinese help in building the station as a threat to Indian security and a Chines move to unsettle New Delhi.

The CNN-IBN reported the news by saying, ‘In what could be a latest and one of the biggest threats to India, Pakistan has hired a Chinese company to build an illegal railway station on no-man’s land near the Indian border at Barmer.’

Zardari’s complain about US not acting fast to disburse loans negated by the US

Washington (Dawn.com): The complaint raised by President Zardari in an interview to The New York Review of Books about not having enough funds to deal with the aftermath of Swat operation where the President said, ‘We have no money to arm the police or fund development, give jobs or revive the economy. What are we supposed to do?

Replying to his complaint the US secretary of State Hillary Clinton responded by saying, ‘I certainly understand the anxiety of anyone in Pakistan; they have taken on this really important challenge of trying to take on the Taliban, but we’ve been providing aid. We already disbursed $110 million for the displaced people. We’ve got that out very quickly.’ ‘But there’s a lot more to be done, and we’re going to try to tee it up and get it delivered as quickly as possible,’ she added

Court orders release of Jamaatud Dawa head

Lahore (Dawn.com): Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, the chief of Islamic group Jamaatud Dawa was released on the orders of Lahore High Court. The courts orders were issued on the grounds of insufficient evidences that linked him to Mumbai attacks.

Stock dip further at Karachi Stock Exchange

Karachi (Business Recorder): 85.23 points were lost at the Karachi stock exchange yesterday. The downfall brought the KSE-100 index to 7,125.11 points.



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