The Anti-Terrorism Court has now fixed Dec 11 as date for framing charges against founder of LeT and other co-accused Malik Zafar Iqbal.
During the interview, Gen (retd) Musharraf also said that terrorist like Osama bin Laden and Jalaluddin Haqqani were 'Pakistani heroes' .
It was Pervez Musharraf’s first reaction to Tuesday’s court verdict, which had already been denounced by the country’s powerful military.
They were apparently angered by the headline of newspaper last week in which it identified Khan as a man of Pakistani origin.
Nearly 16 million people are eligible to vote for the president from among a record 35 candidates.
Warmer weather will reduce the ability of virus to spread and bring people out of enclosed spaces where they are more likely to become ill
The shooter, a soldier armed with an assault rifle, holed himself up in a mall and posted updates on Facebook
The UN health agency based in Geneva had initially downplayed the threat posed by the disease, but revised its risk assessment after talks
The students were told that except Singapore citizens, no foreign nationals from China could board the flight
Sources have said the company could sell 1 per cent-2 per cent on the Saudi stock market in what could be the world's largest listing.
Britain and France have warned their citizens to avoid or strictly limit travel in Iraq.
Netanyahu said the area would include all Israeli settlements and the Jordan Valley
The reshuffle in Saudi is seen amid geopolitical tensions in the Middle East.
The US on Thursday carried out a strike near Baghdad's international airport killing Soleimani, a US-designated terrorist.
Tahrir Square was the epicentre of 2011 revolution that toppled Egypt’s long-time autocratic leader.
UN chief denounced 'horrendous' attack and demanded an independent investigation, as divided Security Council failed to condemn the strike.
The unilateral decision comes as official tourism figures released in May reflected a dip in the overall number of visitors to South Africa.
The mission had taken up with the Nigerian government the kidnapping of the Indian crew of the vessel.
Swathes of northern France were put on orange alert and 130,000 homes had electricity cut off amid fears of coastal storm surges
A West Midlands Police investigation showed that Tajinder Rai was driving at close to motorway speeds on a slow-speed zone.
57 journalists are being held hostage across the globe, mostly in Syria, Yemen, Iraq and Ukraine.
Britain becomes the first country to leave the 28-member bloc
'If you are near the scene, please follow the directions of any officer on the ground,' the police said.
Trump, a Republican, sought in his budget proposal last year to slash foreign aid but faced steep resistance from Congress
Elizabeth Warren is tweaking her standard campaign speech, saying that she’s in the best position to win what some see as unwinnable
President Hassan Rouhani promised a thorough investigation into the 'unforgivable error' in an address on Tuesday.
From sex scandal to misuse of office, political conventions fail to pierce the post-truth armour of the prez
They were focusing on an area where a body was seen floating in the water earlier in the week.
Australia on Thursday declared a state of emergency and evacuated people from its Northern Territory.
The heavy rainfall across NSW and Victoria state on Friday was something of a welcome surprise after the Bureau of Meteorology’s forecast
Officers said 4-year-old relative witnessed incident, and was treated in hospital for minor head injury before being returned to his family.
Wildfires have wreaked havoc in parts of Australia for months.