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Pakistan court orders confiscation of Musharraf's property

Pakistan court orders confiscation of Musharraf's property

Musharraf, who left Pakistan for Dubai in March for what was described as urgent medical treatment, is facing a string of court cases connected to his 1999 to 2008 rule.

Pak court terms Musharraf's medical report 'fake'

72-year-old Musharraf last month flew to Dubai for purported treatment after the Supreme Court lifted bars on his foreign trips. 

Musharraf be tried on charge of treason for subverting constitution: Pak SC

Musharraf be tried on charge of treason for subverting constitution: Pak SC

The apex court accepted former chief justice Abdul Hameed Dogar's appeal to exclude him from the investigation against 72-year-old Musharraf.

Five security personnel killed in blast in Pakistan

Five security personnel killed in blast in Pakistan

At least five security personnel were killed and two others sustained injuries in a road-side bomb targeting a convoy of security forces in Marget area of Quetta on Monday.

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No Indian ever caught in terrorist attack in Pakistan: Subramanian Swamy tells Musharraf

No Indian ever caught in terrorist attack in Pakistan: Subramanian Swamy tells Musharraf

Hitting out at former Pakistan president General (Retd.) Pervez Musharraf over his assertion that both India and Pakistan are victims of terrorism, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Tuesday said that Islamabad has not been able to catch even one Indian in an attack in the country.

Not against friendly India-Pak ties: Hurriyat​ leader Geelani

Not against friendly India-Pak ties: Hurriyat​ leader Geelani

Hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani today said his organisation is not against "pleasant and friendly" ties between India and Pakistan but rubbished the four-point formula which had been mooted by former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf on Kashmir issue.

Pak envoy Abdul Basit downplays Musharraf's 'we nurtured LeT' remark

Pak envoy Abdul Basit downplays Musharraf's 'we nurtured LeT' remark

Pakistan's High Commissioner to India, Abdul Basit, on downplayed former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf's assertion that Islamabad nurtured terrorism and said that one should not be stuck in the past.