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India ‘crossing all limits’
1st September 2015 India ‘crossing all limits’
-Editorial Indian provocations along the Line of Control (LoC) and the Working Boundary (WB) continue to claim innocent lives. In the latest round of shelling by the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) across the WB on Friday at...
Violations by India: Prime Minister produces evidence
31st August 2015 Violations by India: Prime Minister produces evidence
WEB DESK: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has on Sunday handed over report of Indian aggression along the Line of Control (LoC) and Indian Research and Analysis Wing’s (RAW) involvement in Balochistan to the US National Security Adviser Dr...
Caste protest hits Indian leader’s home state
26th August 2015 Caste protest hits Indian leader’s home state
AHMEDABAD, India: At least half a million protesters paralysed the main city of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state on Tuesday to demand preferential treatment for their Patidar caste — one of the state’s most affluent. The...
Indian agent arrested near border area
26th August 2015 Indian agent arrested near border area
WEB DESK: Intelligence agencies have arrested an Indian agent who is a former policeman from a village near the border area. “The Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) agent, identified as Ilyas, has been associated with Special Branch’s VVIP...
Indian tribal communities trapped in Maoist crossfire
25th August 2015 Indian tribal communities trapped in Maoist crossfire
WEB DESK: Growing up in a remote tribal hamlet, Rupa Hembrom used to be terrified of the wild boars that roamed nearby. Now her biggest fear is the Maoist guerillas who prowl the jungles of India’s ‘Red Corridor’....
India, Pakistan blame each other for cancellation of talks
24th August 2015 India, Pakistan blame each other for cancellation of talks
WEB DESK: India and Pakistan blamed each other for the cancellation of talks between their national security advisers that were scheduled for this week, with the rivals squabbling over the agenda. The meeting scheduled for Monday in New...
India undermining peace in region: Asif
23rd August 2015 India undermining peace in region: Asif
SIALKOT: Minister for Defence Khawaja Muhammad Asif Sunday said that India had sabotaged talks with Pakistan just to undermine the peace in the region due to its fanatic approach. Talking to APP here at Muslim League House, he...
Rahane ton puts India on top
23rd August 2015 Rahane ton puts India on top
COLOMBO: Ajinkya Rahane scored a century as India built a near-impregnable lead in the second Test against Sri Lanka at the P. Sara Oval on Sunday. The tourists, looking to level the three-match series after losing the first...
Indian FM reserves several conditions for Indo-Pak talks
22nd August 2015 Indian FM reserves several conditions for Indo-Pak talks
WEB DESK: The Indian foreign minister has laid down several pre-conditions for its talk with Pakistan, Indian media reported. In a press briefing held, the Indian Foreign Minister, Sushma Swaraj said, “Every talk with Pakistan is not a...
India flees dialogue court once again?
22nd August 2015 India flees dialogue court once again?
WEB DESK: India on Friday escaped from the route of negotiations table by cancelling National Security Adviser (NSA)-level talks with Pakistan after Islamabad turned down an Indian advice for declining a meeting of Hurriyat leaders, local media reported...
Pakistan wants peaceful resolution of all disputes with India but no compromise on principles: Pervaiz Rashid
21st August 2015 Pakistan wants peaceful resolution of all disputes with India but no compromise on principles: Pervaiz Rashid
ISLAMABAD: Minister for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Senator Pervaiz Rashid said on Friday that India has usurped the rights of Kashmiris and Pakistan believes in resolution of all disputes with India through peaceful means of talks but...
LHC bans Phantom movie in Pakistan
21st August 2015 LHC bans Phantom movie in Pakistan
LAHORE: Upcoming Bollywood movie Phantom has been banned by the Lahore High Court in Pakistan. Lahore High Court issued the verdict over a petition filed by Chief of  Jammat-ud-Dawah Hafiz Saeed against the Bollywood movie Phantom. Indian counter-terrorism...
India’s ‘Mountain Man’ inspires Bollywood biopic
21st August 2015 India’s ‘Mountain Man’ inspires Bollywood biopic
MUMBAI: The remarkable true story of an Indian man who spent 22 years chiselling a massive gap in a mountain out of love for his dead wife hits cinema screens Friday. Dashrath Manjhi, an impoverished labourer from India’s...
First solar-powered airport launch in India
20th August 2015 First solar-powered airport launch in India
WEB DESK: India launched its first solar powered airport in the southern Indian state of Kerala on Tuesday. It is expected that for the next 25 years, the new power system is to save 300,000 tons of carbon...
Foreign Office lodges protest with India over LoC firing
18th August 2015 Foreign Office lodges protest with India over LoC firing
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has lodged a strong protest with India against unprovoked cease-fire violation by its forces at the Line of Control in Nakial Sector (Kotli). Indian Deputy High Commissioner was called in by the Foreign Office on Monday....
India opens flood gates towards Pakistan’s crops
15th August 2015 India opens flood gates towards Pakistan’s crops
KASUR: India opened the flood gates to Pakistan, sending 56 thousand Cusecs of water downstream that has already destroyed standing crops across 5000 Acres, Aaj News reported. According to the reports, currently the 56,000 Cusecs is passing through...
Sartaj confirms to visit India on August 23
14th August 2015 Sartaj confirms to visit India on August 23
WEB DESK: Pakistan’s foreign policy chief will visit India for security talks on August 23, he said on Thursday, in the rivals’ first attempt in months to restart efforts to improve ties despite intermittent violence on their border....
TurkmenGaz to take stake in gas pipeline to Afghanistan, Pakistan, India
12th August 2015 TurkmenGaz to take stake in gas pipeline to Afghanistan, Pakistan, India
ISLAMABAD: Turkmenistan’s national gas company has agreed to take a 51 percent stake in a consortium seeking to build a long-planned gas pipeline from Turkmenistan to Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, an official involved in the project said on...
India seeks $100m in damages from Nestle
12th August 2015 India seeks $100m in damages from Nestle
NEW DELHI: India’s government is seeking damages of nearly $100 million from Nestle for “unfair trade practices” after the food safety watchdog banned its hugely popular Maggi noodles brand. The government said Wednesday it has filed a suit...
Pakistan lodges protest with India over unprovoked LoC violations
11th August 2015 Pakistan lodges protest with India over unprovoked LoC violations
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has lodged protest with India over latest unprovoked ceasefire violations at the Line of Control (LoC), besides condemning the killing of a woman. The Indian Deputy High Commissioner was called in the Foreign Office on Tuesday...
Watch what happens when a Muslim man in India asks people for a hug
10th August 2015 Watch what happens when a Muslim man in India asks people for a hug
WEB DESK: In the video which has gone viral on social media, a Muslim man stands on the streets of Mumbai asking passers by to give him a free hug. “Do you trust me enough to give me...
Stampede at India temple kills 10
10th August 2015 Stampede at India temple kills 10
NEW DELHI: A stampede outside a Hindu temple killed at least 10 pilgrims in eastern India early on Monday after a surge in the kilometres-long queue of up to 150,000 people. Police said devotees rushed towards the Baidyanath...
India’s UP declares KFC unfit for consumption
8th August 2015 India’s UP declares KFC unfit for consumption
LUCKNOW: Fried Chicken KFC failed quality control test in India’s Uttar Pardesh district. After the failing the test, notices have been served to KFC, an Indian newspaper reported. Prior to this, Dominos, a pizza place had also failed...
Six dead in latest India train accident
7th August 2015 Six dead in latest India train accident
NEW DELHI: A train crushed six people, including three children, to death in eastern India Thursday in the second accident this week to hit the nation’s crumbling rail network, a police officer said. The train ran over the...
Couple claiming to be Geeta’s parents comes forward
6th August 2015 Couple claiming to be Geeta’s parents comes forward
WEB DESK: A deaf and mute couple from Amritsar claims that stranded Indian girl Geeta is their daughter, the Hindustan Times reported. The couple, Rajesh Kumar and Ram Dulari, conveyed to Hindustan Times through their son, Raju, 14,...
Indian Foreign minister says she will bring Geeta home
5th August 2015 Indian Foreign minister says she will bring Geeta home
WEB DESK: A ray of hope appeared after 11 long years for deaf and mute girl Geeta, as the Indian High Commissioner came to meet her at the Edhi headquarters, late on Tuesday. Geeta, lost her family at...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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