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January 2010 - Pakistan Special Weapons News

  • U.S. drone kills Taliban chief in Pakistan's tribal belt RIA Novosti 31 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud has been killed in a U.S. drone missile strike, Pakistan state television reported on Sunday.
  • PAKISTAN: ‘Anti-terrorist’ fertilizer ban hinders farmers IRIN 31 Jan 2010 -- Along a road leading to the Bajaur tribal area on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, two men cast stealthy glances around them as they guide donkeys carrying bags covered with blankets.
  • Pakistan Army Investigates Report Mehsud is Dead, Taliban Denies Report VOA 31 Jan 2010 -- The Pakistani army said Sunday it is investigating reports that Pakistani Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud died from injuries sustained in a U.S. drone missile strike in mid-January.
  • US drone attack kills 9 in Pakistan’s tribal region IRNA 30 Jan 2010 -- A US drone strike has killed at least nine people in Pakistan 's North Waziristan tribal region, officials said.
  • Pakistan to Play Key Role in New Afghan Policy VOA 27 Jan 2010 -- Afghan President Hamid Karzai is meeting with world leaders with a new confidence, now that the international community supports his efforts to bring elements of the Taliban back into the Afghan government.
  • Heavy firing at India-Pakistan border, Army on alert IRNA 26 Jan 2010 -- The Indian Army was put on alert following heavy exchange of fire at the India-Pakistan border in Jammu and Kashmir early Tuesday following a major infiltration bid, defence sources said as the country celebrated its 61st Republic Day.
  • US, Pakistan Coordinate Military Operations Against Terrorists VOA 26 Jan 2010 -- The top U.S. military officer says the United States and Pakistan are working together more closely to fight terrorist groups whose operations span the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. Admiral Mike Mullen spoke in Washington on Monday at a meeting of senior officers from the region, sponsored by the U.S. military.
  • PAKISTAN: Aid workers bracing for possible new IDP influx IRIN 26 Jan 2010 -- Aid agencies are preparing for an influx of a possible further 150,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) in northwestern Pakistan in 2010, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and other agencies.
  • Pakistani Taliban kill 7 ‘U.S. spies’ in tribal region IRNA 25 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani Taliban militants have killed seven men in the country’s North Waziristan tribal regon, accusing them of spying for the United States, locals sources said Sunday.
  • Two Pakistani soldiers, nine militants die in clashes IRNA 25 Jan 2010 -- Two soldiers and nine militants were killed in clashes in a Pakistani tribal region on Saturday, officials said.
  • Pakistani Militants Kill 6 for Alleged US Spying VOA 24 Jan 2010 -- Pakistan officials say militants in the restive northwest tribal region have killed six men after accusing them of spying for the U.S.
  • Gates says US to supply drone aircraft to Pakistan IRNA 23 Jan 2010 -- United States will supply drone aircraft to Pakistan which will ‘significantly enhance country’s surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities’, US Defense Secretary said here Friday.
  • Pakistan dismisses govt. employees over militants’ links IRNA 23 Jan 2010 -- A Pakistani provincial government has dismissed nearly 30 government officers and other employees on suspicion of links with militants, official sources said here Friday.
  • Suicide bomber kills five in northwest Pakistan RIA Novosti 23 Jan 2010 -- At least five people died when a suicide bombed attacked a police station in northwestern Pakistan on Saturday, local television said.
  • Gates says US to supply drone aircraft to Pakistan IRNA 23 Jan 2010 -- United States will supply drone aircraft to Pakistan which will ‘significantly enhance country’s surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities’, US Defense Secretary said here Friday.
  • Pakistan dismisses govt. employees over militants’ links IRNA 23 Jan 2010 -- A Pakistani provincial government has dismissed nearly 30 government officers and other employees on suspicion of links with militants, official sources said here Friday.
  • Suicide bomber kills five in northwest Pakistan RIA Novosti 23 Jan 2010 -- At least five people died when a suicide bombed attacked a police station in northwestern Pakistan on Saturday, local television said.
  • Pentagon to Provide Shadow UAVs to Pakistan AFPS 22 Jan 2010 -- The United States plans to provide Pakistan RQ-7 Shadow unmanned aerial vehicles to support their fight on extremists, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates confirmed today during a roundtable session with Pakistani reporters.
  • Gates Reaches Out to Future Pakistani Military Leaders AFPS 22 Jan 2010 -- Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates took his message of shared challenge and commitment today to Pakistan’s rising military leaders attending the prestigious Pakistan National Defense University.
  • US Defense Secretary Works to Build Trust in Pakistan VOA 22 Jan 2010 -- U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says Washington is seeking to build bridges with Pakistani military leaders to try to end what he calls a "trust deficit" that has hampered cooperation against extremism. Secretary Gates was addressing army officers Friday at Islamabad's National Defense University, Pakistan's most prestigious military academy.
  • Britain asks Pakistan to do more to dismantle terror network IRNA 22 Jan 2010 -- Britain Friday asked Pakistan to do more to tackle the Lashkar-e-Taiba terror network operating along its border with India and rein in the Taliban militants on its Afghan frontier.
  • Pakistan suffers $35 billion in terror war IRNA 22 Jan 2010 -- President Asif Ali Zardari told US Secretary of Defence Robert Gates that the economic cost of the war against terror, amounting to US $ 35 billion for the last eight years, had impacted Pakistan’s economy adversely, Presidential spokesman said.
  • Petraeus Accepts Some Pakistani Deals with Border Tribes VOA 21 Jan 2010 -- The commander of U.S. forces in Central Asia and the Middle East, General David Petraeus, says Pakistan will likely have to make some deals with tribes along its border with Afghanistan in an effort to consolidate gains its military forces have made, but can not sustain on their own. Such deals have failed in the past, and U.S. officials have been skeptical of new ones.
  • Gates: Syndicate Threatens to Destabilize South Asia AFPS 21 Jan 2010 -- An al-Qaida-backed terror syndicate is focused on destabilizing South Asia and stoking tensions between India and Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates told reporters yesterday.
  • US Defense Chief to Reassure Pakistan on Partnership VOA 21 Jan 2010 -- U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates is in Pakistan for two days of meetings with civilian and military leaders, mainly to discuss America's strategy for Afghanistan. Gates says he hopes he can assure Pakistan that the United States wants to be an ally "for the long haul."
  • US defence secretary arrives in Pakistan IRNA 21 Jan 2010 -- US Defence Secretary Robert Gates arrived in Islamabad on Thursday on a two-day visit for talks on defence ties and bilateral cooperation in the war on al-Qaeda and Taliban, officials said.
  • Gates Visits Pakistan to Underscore Enduring U.S. Support AFPS 21 Jan 2010 -- Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates arrived here in the Pakistani capital today to personally deliver assurances of the United States’ long-term commitment to Pakistan, with what he expects to be frank, open talks about violent extremism and other shared security concerns.
  • Gates: Extremism Biggest Threat to Pakistan, India AFPS 21 Jan 2010 -- The most pressing threat to Pakistan and India -- and the region, as well as the United States -- is violent extremism, not each other, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said here today, reiterating the message he delivered in his last stop in India.
  • Taliban claim responsibility for Kashmir attacks IRNA 21 Jan 2010 -- An unknown Taliban group in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir has claimed responsibility for two suicide attacks on army in region, which had killed four soldiers and injured 13.
  • Gates: India, Pakistan Have Stake in Afghan Success AFPS 20 Jan 2010 -- Both India and Pakistan have a big stake in what happens in Afghanistan, and are playing significant roles to support the effort there, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said today.
  • US Defense Chief Warns Al-Qaida Intends to Provoke India-Pakistan War VOA 20 Jan 2010 -- America's defense secretary is warning that al-Qaida, and what he calls its "syndicate" in South Asia, could provoke a new war between nuclear-armed rivals India and Pakistan.
  • PAKISTAN: Militants still targeting schools in northwest IRIN 20 Jan 2010 -- Attacks by militants on schools across northwestern Pakistan are continuing despite army operations in the area which began in May 2009 in Swat District.
  • 'Drone Missiles' Kill 5 in Pakistan VOA 19 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani intelligence officials say missiles fired by a suspected U.S. drone (pilotless aircraft) killed at least five militants Tuesday in the country's northwest tribal region.
  • Five Americans in Pakistan Allege Torture VOA 18 Jan 2010 -- Detained American Muslims, center, are escorted by Pakistan police officers after appearing in anti-terrorist court in Sargodha, 4 Jan 2010
  • 40,000 Pakistanis die in terrorist attacks: parliamentary chief IRNA 18 Jan 2010 -- Terrorist attacks in Pakistan have killed about 40,000 people and 2,250 security personnel, the chairman of the Senate Defence Committee told a British delegation on Monday.
  • Karachi Seen As Key To Pakistan's Future RFE/RL 18 Jan 2010 -- Muslim migrants who made Karachi their home after migrating from India to the new state of Pakistan in 1947.
  • Pakistani Taliban chief releases audio to dispel death romous IRNA 17 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani Taliban chief Hakimullah Mehsood Saturday released an audio message to dispel rumours in local media that he was killed in a U.S drone attack a few days ago.
  • Suspected US Drone Strike Kills at Least 20 in Pakistan's South Waziristan VOA 17 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani officials say a suspected U.S. drone missile strike has killed at least 20 militants. Authorities say the toll could rise.
  • Text of Afghanistan-Iran-Pakistan Joint Declaration IRNA 16 Jan 2010 -- Following is the text of the Joint Declaration issued after the Afghanistan-Iran-Pakistan Trilateral Ministerial Meeting here on Saturday.
  • Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan vow cooperation for regional stability IRNA 16 Jan 2010 -- Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan Saturday signed a Joint ‘Islamabad Declaration’ envisaging road map for future interaction in different fields.
  • Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran Promise More Coordination VOA 16 Jan 2010 -- Foreign ministers from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran say their three countries will increase cooperation on regional issues in the coming months. Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Afghan Foreign Minister Rangin Dadfar Spanta and Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki signed a joint declaration Saturday after meeting in the Pakistani capital Islamabad.
  • 2 killed, 6 injured in militant attack in north Kashmir town IRNA 15 Jan 2010 -- A policeman was among two persons killed and six others were injured when militants attacked Sopore police station in Baramulla district with grenades and gunfire twice within an hour Friday.
  • Pakistan Parliamentary Committee for cessation of US drone attack IRNA 15 Jan 2010 -- A top Pakistani parliamentary committee Thursday called for cessation of US drone attacks in the country’s territory.
  • Pakistan: US War Against Militants Hurting Economy VOA 15 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari has told a visiting American envoy the U.S. war against militancy in the region has almost "paralyzed" Pakistan's economy.
  • India wants peaceful relations with China and Pak: Army Chief IRNA 15 Jan 2010 -- India’s Army Chief General Deepak Kapoor Friday said India wanted to foster "cordial and peaceful relations" with China and Pakistan.
  • Suspected US Drone Attack Kills 12 in NW Pakistan VOA 14 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani security officials say a suspected American missile strike near the Afghan border in northwestern Pakistan has killed 12 militants. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, say they believe the target was Pakistani Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud. But it is unclear whether Mehsud was killed.
  • Pakistan objects to new US screening law IRNA 13 Jan 2010 -- Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi Wednesday raised objections to new screening laws for Pakistanis traveling to the United States and said it would have bad impact on relations.
  • India presses Pakistan to dismantle infrastructure of terror IRNA 13 Jan 2010 -- India’s External Affairs Minister S M Krishna Wednesday spoke to his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi and pressed for "effective steps" to dismantle infrastructure of terror, saying it is still being "used" for anti-India acts.
  • Pakistan confirms 219 Swine Flu cases, 14 deaths IRNA 13 Jan 2010 -- Pakistan’s Health Minister informed parliament on Tuesday 219 cases of Swine Flu have so far been detected in the country.
  • India concerned about rise in infiltration from Pak IRNA 13 Jan 2010 -- India’s Defence Minister A K Antony Wednesday expressed serious concern over rise in Cross-border infiltration into Jammu and Kashmir from Pakistan.
  • Pakistani soldier dies in militants attack IRNA 13 Jan 2010 -- A Pakistani soldier has been killed in an attack by the militants in a tribal region, officials said Tuesday.
  • Terrorists attacks in Pakistan claimed over 3,000 lives in 2009 RIA Novosti 12 Jan 2010 -- A total of 3,021 people were killed and 7,334 injured in terrorists attacks in Pakistan last year, national media reported citing a new report by the Pakistan Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS).
  • Pentagon Intelligence Chief Urges Pakistan to Keep Up Pressure on Militants VOA 11 Jan 2010 -- Lieutenant General Ronald Burgess said there have been notable successes against the Taliban and al-Qaida by U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Pakistani troops on the other side of the border in South Waziristan and Swat.
  • Indian forces foil infiltration along Indo-Pak bord IRNA 11 Jan 2010 -- Indian Border Security Force (BSF) foiled an infiltration attempt along Indo-Pak border Monday morning.
  • India lost substantial land to China IRNA 11 Jan 2010 -- The area along Line of Actual Control with China has "shrunk" over a period of time and India has lost "substantial" amount of land in the last two decades, says an official report.
  • Pakistani lawmaker escapes unhurt in bomb attack IRNA 10 Jan 2010 -- A Pakistani provincial lawmaker escaped unhurt in a roadside bomb attack in northwestern city of Peshawar, police said.
  • Three Days of Violence in Karachi Kill 35 VOA 10 Jan 2010 -- Three days of violence in Pakistan's commercial hub, Karachi, have killed at least 35 members of various political parties.
  • U.S to continue drone attacks in Pakistan: John McCain IRNA 09 Jan 2010 -- U.S drones strike in the Pakistani tribal regions will continue despite disagreement with Pakistan on the issue, senior American senator John McCain said on Friday.
  • India: Militants from Pakistan waiting to cross into Kashmir IRNA 09 Jan 2010 -- Voicing concern over reports that a large number of militants from Pakistan are waiting to cross the LoC into Kashmir, Defence Minister A K Antony Saturday said almost all terrorist groups are "still active" in Pakistan.
  • Pakistani forces fire four rockets in Indian territory IRNA 09 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani forces have fired four rockets in villages around the Attari border in Amritsar, drawing retaliation from India’s Border Security Force (BSF).
  • Pakistani Militant Chooses Death over Arrest VOA 09 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani officials say a militant commander has blown himself up with a grenade to escape capture during a police raid.
  • Explosion kills 8 in Karachi IRNA 09 Jan 2010 -- An explosion in a house killed at least 6 suspected militants in the Pakistani port city of Karachi on Friday, police chief said.
  • Mullen Calls Building Af-Pak Expertise Top Priority VOA 08 Jan 2010 -- The top U.S. military officer says building a corps of experienced military experts on Afghanistan and Pakistan is his top priority, in order to quickly reverse the deteriorating security situations in those countries.
  • Four Killed in Suspected US Drone Strike in Pakistan VOA 08 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani intelligence officials say at least four people have been killed in a suspected U.S. drone strike in the militant stronghold of North Waziristan.
  • US Delegation: Drone Strikes in Pakistan Effective VOA 08 Jan 2010 -- Members of a U.S. congressional delegation visiting Pakistan say the use of drone missile strikes against suspected al-Qaida and Taliban extremists in the country's tribal regions bordering Afghanistan is proving to be an effective weapon in the anti-terror war. The U.S. lawmakers, however, have ruled out the possibility of giving the technology to Pakistan.
  • US says concerned at 'provocative actions' in Pakistan IRNA 08 Jan 2010 -- The US Mission to Pakistan is concerned about the continued provocative actions and false allegations against US personnel working to implement the new partnership between the leaders of Pakistan and the United States, the US embassy said Thursday.
  • Pakistani MPs condemn US drone strikes IRNA 08 Jan 2010 -- Lawmakers from Pakistan’s main Islamic party Thursday condemned strikes in the country’s tribal regions by the US drone aircraft which they said are killing innocent people.
  • Pakistan Blames Militants for Karachi Blast VOA 08 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani officials say at least eight suspected militants have been killed in an explosion at their safehouse in the commercial center of Karachi.
  • US Concerned About Pakistani 'Harassment,' Pakistan Critical of US Drones VOA 07 Jan 2010 -- U.S. officials in Pakistan are expressing concern about alleged ongoing harassment involving U.S. diplomatic vehicles, while Pakistan is criticizing alleged U.S. drone strikes.
  • US missile strike kills 14 in Pakistan IRNA 06 Jan 2010 -- Missiles fired from US drones hit a compound of suspected Taliban and killed at least 14 people on Wednesday, the 5th strike in a week in Pakistan's tribal region of North Waziristan, locals and officials said.
  • Pakistani FM seeks report on U.S travel screening IRNA 06 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has sought a report from the Foreign Office about the U.S. decision to subject passengers from 14 countries including Pakistan to new airport security.
  • Bomb blast kills 4 Pakistani soldiers IRNA 06 Jan 2010 -- A bomb blast killed four Pakistani soldiers in the country’s administered Kashmir on Wednesday, police in the region said.
  • Poor health facilities exacerbate bomb tolls in Pakistan IRNA 06 Jan 2010 -- The death toll from bombings across Pakistan in recent months has been exacerbated by the lack of health facilities, especially in rural areas, health officials say.
  • Suicide bomber kills 3 soldiers in Pakistani Kashmir RIA Novosti 06 Jan 2010 -- A suicide bomber struck an army barracks in the Pakistan-controlled part of Kashmir on Wednesday, killing at least three soldiers and wounding 11 others, local media reported, referring to army sources.
  • Suicide Bomber Strikes in Kashmir as Drones Attack in Northwest Pakistan VOA 06 Jan 2010 -- A suicide bomber has struck a military facility in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, killing at least four soldiers and wounding 11 others. This is the second incident in the region within a month, fueling fears Taliban militants are expanding their subversive activities. Meanwhile, tribal sources and local officials say that at least 13 suspected militants were killed and many others wounded in back to back U.S. drone attacks in Northwestern Pakistan near the Afghan border.
  • PAKISTAN: Poor health facilities exacerbate bomb tolls IRIN 05 Jan 2010 -- The death toll from bombings across Pakistan in recent months has been exacerbated by the lack of health facilities, especially in rural areas, health officials say.
  • Militancy poses great threat to Pakistan’s existence: Zaradi IRNA 05 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari said here Monday militancy and extremism are new and a great threats to country’s existence.
  • US Terror Suspects Deny Al-Qaida Connection VOA 04 Jan 2010 -- The five young American men arrested on suspicion of terrorism in Pakistan last month say they were actually planning to travel to Afghanistan to help fellow Muslims.
  • Bomb kills ex-minister, 3 guards in Pakistan: official IRNA 04 Jan 2010 -- A former member of provincial minister in Pakistan was killed when a roadside bomb hit his car on Sunday, officials said.
  • 200 persons arrested in war against terrorism IRNA 04 Jan 2010 -- The security forces have arrested 2,200 persons so far in Malakand, North Waziristan, South Waziristan, Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) and other parts of the tribal areas of the country during the ongoing war against terrorism.
  • India describes China's involvement in projects in PoK as illegal IRNA 03 Jan 2010 -- India has described China's involvement in several projects in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), as illegal. New Delhi has conveyed its concern to Beijing over this as well as supply of Chinese weapons to Pakistan.
  • Pakistan army reacts to Indian general’s remarks IRNA 03 Jan 2010 -- Pakistan military on Saturday at highest level came up with a harsh reaction to remarks from Indian army chief that Indian forces are ready to battle Pakistan and China at the same time.
  • Suspected US Drone Strike Kills 2 in NW Pakistan VOA 03 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected U.S. drone missile strike has killed at least two people in the country's Taliban-dominated North Waziristan tribal region.
  • Indian army chief rhetoric betrays lack of strategic acumen IRNA 03 Jan 2010 -- Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Tariq Majid on Saturday came up with a tough reaction to the reported remarks from Indian army chief that Indian military is ready to battle Pakistan and China at the same time.
  • 700 killed in 44 drone strikes in 2009 IRNA 02 Jan 2010 -- Of the 44 predator strikes carried out by US drones in the tribal areas of Pakistan over the past 12 months, only five were able to hit their actual targets, killing five key Al-Qaeda and Taliban leaders, but at the cost of over 700 innocent civilians.
  • Death toll from Pakistan suicide attack reaches 90 IRNA 02 Jan 2010 -- Death toll from a suicide attack in a remote village in Pakistan’s northwest has reached 90, a police officer in the region said Saturday.
  • Pakistan, India exchange list of nuclear facilities IRNA 02 Jan 2010 -- Pakistan and India Friday exchanged lists of nuclear installations and facilities despite tension over last year Mumbai attacks, which broke dialogue process between 2 archrivals, Pak Foreign Ministry said.
  • US strike kills senior Pakistani Taliban leader IRNA 02 Jan 2010 -- A senior Pakistani Taliban commander has been reported killed in a U.S drone strike in Waziristan tribal region, officials in region said Friday.
  • Death toll in Pakistan volleyball game bombing rises to 95 RIA Novosti 02 Jan 2010 -- The death toll in Friday's suicide bombing during a volleyball game in northwestern Pakistan has risen to 95 people, the local GEO TV channel said on Saturday citing police sources.
  • Death Toll at 95 in Pakistan Volleyball Bombing VOA 02 Jan 2010 -- More bodies are being pulled from the rubble of a sports complex in northwestern Pakistan, raising the death toll in Friday's attack on a volleyball game to at least 95.
  • Suicide attack kills some 70 people in Pakistan: police IRNA 01 Jan 2010 -- A suicide bomber blew his explosives-packed car in a playground in Pakistan’s northwest Friday killing nearly 70 people, a regional police officer said.
  • 5 die as Pakistani forces raided hospital IRNA 01 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani security forces raided a private hospital in the tribal region where suspected militants were thought to be treated and killed at least five people, locals and officials said Thursday.
  • Pakistan forces kill 650 militants in three months: spokesman IRNA 01 Jan 2010 -- Pakistani security forces have killed some 650 militants in operation in South Waziristan tribal region in three months, the military said Thursday.
  • Pakistan angrily reacts to Indian army chief’s remarks IRNA 01 Jan 2010 -- Pakistan Thursday angrily reacted to Indian army chief statement that Indian military is ready to battle Pakistan and China at the same time.
  • No proposal to sign nuclear ban treaty: Pakistan IRNA 01 Jan 2010 -- Pakistan says there is no proposal under consideration to sign the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT).
  • Suicide Blast Kills At Least 88 at Pakistan Volleyball Game VOA 01 Jan 2010 -- A suicide bomber set off an explosive-laden vehicle on a field during a volleyball match in northwestern Pakistan, killing at least 88 people. Authorities say scores of others were wounding and children are among the victims. Friday's attack is the third major militant activity in the country within a week leaving more than 120 people dead.
  • India, Pakistan exchange lists of nuclear installations IRNA 01 Jan 2010 -- India and Pakistan Friday exchanged the lists of their nuclear installations for the 19th consecutive time under an agreement which prohibits any kind of attack on such facilities.
  • India, Pakistan swap lists of nuclear sites RIA Novosti 01 Jan 2010 -- India and Pakistan have officially exchanged the lists of their nuclear objects under a bilateral nuclear security deal, Pakistani and Indian media said on Friday.



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