From FP Magazine:
Thank you for your email. Dawn has already published the following clarification:
Link: Dawn 13 November 2008
Still, it’s true that the newspaper has not published a correction or taken responsibility for incorrectly reporting the story.
Media & Public Relations Coordinator
FOREIGN POLICY magazine
It appears Dawn published it in their online beta version on the new .net domain still under testing (to appease you) which no one reads, but not in their regular .com site, which is the same as the print edition. Quite smart on their part I guess.
Here're the links for the regular 13th November online version as well as the scanned print edition. One needs to register for the print edition and go to archives. The clarification doesn't appear on either.
Sorry to nitpick about this, but it's become a huge controversy. FP may forget about it if it's too much trouble.
No further comment is necessary I guess. Dawn would not want trouble showing up at its doors.