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Nobody ready to rein in ISI: Pakistan court

Islamabad: A court in Pakistan has observed that nobody, be it the federal government or Parliament, was ready to bring in legislation to rein in the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Pakistan's all-powerful intelligence agency controlled by the military.

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Obama quizzes Sharif on delay in start of 26/11 trial

WASHINGTON: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif faced uncomfortable questions from US President Barack Obama who did some plain speaking by asking him as to why the trial of those involved in the 2008 Mumbai attack had not yet begun besides raising the issue of cross-border terrorism, particularly the activities of terror outfit JuD led by Hafiz Saeed.

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Mumbai attacks trial in Pakistan postponed again

ISLAMABAD/LAHORE: A Pakistani anti-terrorism court conducting the Mumbai attacks trial on Thursday issued summons to four witnesses including the seller of a boat that was used by 10 LeT terrorists to reach India, even as it postponed the hearing of the case by two weeks. Records of the cross-examination of Indian witnesses by a Pakistani judicial commission in connection with the attacks case had not reached the court in Islamabad when it convened this morning.

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