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Pakistan not to deport National Geographic's green-eyed 'Afghan Girl'

Pakistan not to deport National Geographic's green-eyed 'Afghan Girl'

Pakistan will not deport Sharbat Gula, National Geographic's iconic green-eyed 'Afghan Girl', for using fake ID cards to stay in this city, a media report today quoted an official as saying.

National Geographic's famed ''Afghan Girl'' arrested in Pakistan

National Geographic`s famed `Afghan Girl` Sharbat Bibi was arrested by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Wednesday in Pakistan`s Peshawar city, authorities said.

National Geographic's famed ''Afghan Girl'' arrested in Pakistan for forgery

National Geographic's famed ''Afghan Girl'' arrested in Pakistan for forgery

Sharbat Bibi became famously known as the `Afghan Girl` when National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry captured her photograph in 1984.

Musharraf declared absconder by Pakistan court

Musharraf declared absconder by Pakistan court

The three-member bench of the special court, comprising Justice Mazhar Alam Khan Minakhel, Justice Syeda Tahira Safdar and Justice Mohammad Yawar Ali, declared Musharraf an absconder for his failure to appear before the court despite multiple summons, Dawn.com reported.

Indian national holding Pakistani NIC arrested in Islamabad

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested an Indian citizen holding a Pakistani National Identity Card (NIC) in capital Islamabad, the media reported on Friday.

Mumbai terror attack trial is test of Pakistan’s sincerity in combating terrorism: India

Mumbai terror attack trial is test of Pakistan’s sincerity in combating terrorism: India

Even as a Pakistani court dismissed the government's petition seeking voice samples of 26/11 mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi and six other suspects in the Mumbai attack trial, India said on Thursday that the trial was a test of Pakistan’s sincerity.

Pakistan completes biometric registration of over 41,000 Afghans

 

Islamabad: The biometric registration of over 41,000 Afghan nationals has been completed in Pakistan`s Punjab province under the National Action Programme (NAP), the media reported on Friday.