Pak rejects Indian terror mantra
Hina, Krishna meet on sidelines of Tokyo Conference
Tokyo—India on Sunday provided more evidence to Pakistan about terrorist activities currently taking place on Pakistani soil against India, Indian media reported.
Foreign Minister S M Krishna gave this evidence, based mostly on disclosures made by Mumbai attacks accused Abu Jundal, to his counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar in a bilateral meeting in Tokyo on the sidelines of the Tokyo Conference on Afghanistan.
Krishna conveyed to Khar that India had now even more reasons to believe that forces inimical to India’s interests were being encouraged by certain Pakistan state agencies.
Parliament made constitution: Gilani
Lahore—Ex-prime minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani Sunday said the constitution is supreme but it is parliament which has created the constitution while the PPP has ensured the strengthening of parliament.
Talking to newsmen at Lahore Cantt Railway Station before his departure for Multan, Gilani said that time would decide whether parliament or constitution is supreme. “There was still a constitution in the country when the judges were incarcerated and we freed the judges,” he said.
5 cops, US soldier among 14 killed in blasts
Kabul—Roadside bombs killed 14 Afghan civilians, five policemen and one member of the US -led international military coalition in southern Afghanistan, Afghan and Nato authorities said Sunday.
The civilians, including women and children, were killed in Arghistan district, along Afghanistan’s border with Pakistan, Kandahar province spokesman Ahmad Jawed Faisal said.
One bomb exploded when a minivan ran over it on Sunday morning, he said. A second went off when other civilians, who were riding on a tractor, arrived to help the dead and wounded.
Federer seals seventh Wimbledon title
London—Roger Federer beat Andy Murray 4-6 7-5 6-3 6-4 on Sunday to win a record-equalling seventh Wimbledon title and 17th grand slam crown.
The Swiss third seed recovered from a sluggish start to dominate the match and return to the top of the world rankings, ending Murray’s hopes of becoming the first British man to win the title on home soil for 76 years.
Murray started well, taking the first set and dictating the second until Federer conjured a brilliant break of serve out of the blue in the 12th game to clinch it.