Muzamil Jaleel The Indian Express Group

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Crossing Over

Sunday 16 June '13

Muzamil Jaleel goes in search of the many Pakistans beyond the stereotypes
In Pakistan's acute power crisis, old mistakes and PM Nawaz Sharif's greatest challenge

Saturday 8 June '13

Pakistan faces an unprecedented crisis of power with outages lasting between 12-22 hours every day.
As Nawaz Sharif becomes PM, Kashmir gets voice in Pakistan power circuit

Thursday 6 June '13

Sharif said his parents would often talk about Kashmir.
Unraveling the truth behind 7/11 Mumbai train blasts probe

Wednesday 22 May '13

The ATS of the Maharashtra Police arrested 13 people and claimed to have cracked the case.
Gunmen abduct Sarabjit's lawyer, son, free them later

Friday 17 May '13

Awais Sheikh had Wednesday night written to Amnesty International about threat to life
Do not be friends with India, Hizbul chief warns Nawaz Sharif

Thursday 16 May '13

No govt in Pakistan will remain in chair if it abandons Kashmir cause: Salahuddin
Will be happy if Manmohan attends swearing-in: Sharif

Monday 13 May '13

Reaches out to Pak Army, says only Musharraf behind 1999 coup
US drone strikes violate Pak sovereignty: Sharif

Monday 13 May '13

Sharif hails ‘good ties’ with US, offers olive branch to Afghanistan
Two terror attacks, four sets of accused, two names in common

Monday 13 May '13

A look at contradictions between ATS claims and those of crime branch, and Malegaon connection
Nawaz Sharif set for third term as Pakistan PM

Monday 13 May '13

Pak polls: High tally surprises even PML(N), Imran Khan alleges elections rigged.
Nawaz Sharif declares victory after Pak votes in historic election

Sunday 12 May '13

24 killed, massive turnout, Imran and PPP trail PML (N) in early trends
In Lahore, they wait to queue at booths today and vote for change

Saturday 11 May '13

Across this city, the streets have been decorated with thousands of colourful posters
Network Trouble

Saturday 4 May '13

Exclude the Haqqanis and Qaeda will return to Kabul
Pakistan parties go to polls with India-friendly manifestos

Sunday 28 April '13

The historic national elections in Pakistan on May 11 — the first after any elected government completed a full term
Lashkar recruits come from same districts that produce Pak army officers: US report

Monday 8 April '13

The Lashkar-e-Toiba recruits most of its cadre from Pakistan’s Punjab province, and the districts they come from overlap those that produce Pakistan army officers
More powers in special zones: J&K police Bill has AFSPA ring

Sunday 24 February '13

Senior J&K High Court lawyer Riyaz Khawar accused the government of trying to make a police state.
Probe J-K Police officials who set up Afzal Guru: Kashmir parties

Monday 18 February '13

There has been widespread public anger against the hanging of Afzal Guru across Kashmir.
Parties say probe Afzal charges of a ‘set-up’

Monday 18 February '13

MLA Engineer Rashid demanded Sunday that the Omar Abdullah government should constitute a commission to probe the role of J&K Police officers “in setting up Afzal Guru”.
After Afzal hanging, J&K Police counselled its men to stay calm

Sunday 17 February '13

Senior police officers declined to speak on the matter on record.
After hanging, J&K Police counselled its men to stay calm, do job

Saturday 16 February '13

In the days after the hanging of Afzal Guru, the Jammu and Kashmir Police organized several daily durbars with the lower rungs of the force in order to “avoid any inside trouble”, sources told The Sun...


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