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12 dead as trains collide in northern India
1st October 2014 12 dead as trains collide in northern India NEW DELHI: Two passenger trains packed with festive travellers collided in northern India, killing at least 12 people and injuring 45, a railway spokesman said on Wednesday. The Lucknow-Barauni Express was changing tracks late Tuesday when it was...
Google debuts $105 Android One smartphone in India
15th September 2014 Google debuts $105 Android One smartphone in India SAN FRANCISCO: Google on Monday launched a $105 Smartphone in India, taking aim at emerging markets as part of an initiative called Android One. “With Android One, we not only want to help people get online, we want...
India, Pakistan to skip men’s Asian Games cricket
8th September 2014 India, Pakistan to skip men’s Asian Games cricket KARACHI: Two top nations of the continent, India and Pakistan are not sending their men’s cricket team for XVII Asian Games schedule to be held in Incheon (South Korea) from September 19 to October 4. However Pakistan will...
Cricket: England bat against India in lone T20
7th September 2014 Cricket: England bat against India in lone T20 BIRMINGHAM: England captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and elected to bat against India in the lone Twenty20 international at Edgbaston on Sunday. England gave a T20 debut to dynamic 24-year-old Surrey batsman Jason Roy. South Africa-born Roy,...
Cricket: Bell ruled out of final England-India ODI
3rd September 2014 Cricket: Bell ruled out of final England-India ODI LONDON: Ian Bell has been ruled out of England’s fifth and final one-day international against India at Headingley with a broken toe, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced on Wednesday. The batsman’s injury was due to be...
Football: Pakistan stun arch rivals India, level series
20th August 2014 Football: Pakistan stun arch rivals India, level series BANGALORE, India: Pakistan pulled off a surprise 2-0 win over India Wednesday, with a late goal from Saddam Hussain. Pakistan’s captain Kaleemullah put his side ahead in the 38th minute and a scrambled shot by Hussain in the...
Indian train accident kills 18, injures two
19th August 2014 Indian train accident kills 18, injures two NEW DELHI:At least 18 people were killed when a fast-moving train hit a three-wheeled vehicle in the eastern Indian state of Bihar on Monday evening, state officials said. Eight of the dead are children and six women, said...
India cancels Pakistan talks in row over Kashmir
18th August 2014 India cancels Pakistan talks in row over Kashmir NEW DELHI: India on Monday cancelled talks with Pakistan scheduled for later this month, in an angry reaction to a meeting between Pakistan’s high commissioner and Kashmiri separatists. The foreign ministry said Monday’s meeting between the Pakistani envoy...
Indian opens unprovoked firing in Charwa sector kills woman, injures 4
11th August 2014 Indian opens unprovoked firing in Charwa sector kills woman, injures 4 SIALKOT: Indian troops’ unprovoked firing and shelling in blatant violation of ceasefire killed a woman and injured four civilians in Sialkot Charwa sector,  Monday morning, Aaj News reported. According to the sources, Pakistan Rangers’ retaliatory firing silenced the...
Encephalitis outbreaks in India kill more than 150
23rd July 2014 Encephalitis outbreaks in India kill more than 150 NEW DELHI: Recent outbreaks of encephalitis in India have killed more than 150 people, with health officials on alert fearing the death toll could rise further, state government directors said. Some 102 people have died in West Bengal...
Oral cancer claims one life every six hours in India
21st July 2014 Oral cancer claims one life every six hours in India ISLAMABAD: One person dies every six hours due to oral cancer in India signalling an alarming rise in the incidence of the disease, according to a top orthodontist. The situation could be still graver as many cases of...
India building world’s highest railway bridge
11th July 2014 India building world’s highest railway bridge KAURI:  Indian engineers are toiling in  the Himalayas to build the world’s highest railway bridge which is expected to be 35 meters taller than the Eiffel Tower when completed by 2016. The arch-shaped steel structure is being constructed...
Indian leader held for raising pro-Pak, anti-Modi slogans
1st July 2014 Indian leader held for raising pro-Pak, anti-Modi slogans ISLAMABAD: An Indian politician, belonging to Samajwadi Party (SP) was booked in Uttar Pradesh’s Shamli district of India for raising slogans in favour of Pakistan and against Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, police said. The Samajwadi Party leader,...
Five suspects in custody over India cousins gang-rape
31st May 2014 Five suspects in custody over India cousins gang-rape KATRA SHAHADATGUNJ, India: Five men have been arrested over the gang-rape and deaths of two girls found hanging from a mango tree in a northern Indian village, police said Saturday. The discovery of the two cousins, aged 14...
PM Sharif, Indian premier Modi to hold talks today
27th May 2014 PM Sharif, Indian premier Modi to hold talks today NEW DELHI: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi would hold landmark talks with his Pakistani counterpart and announce his new cabinet on Tuesday as he looked to hit the ground running on his first day in office. The morning...
US media sees peace opportunity in PM Sharif’s India visit
24th May 2014 US media sees peace opportunity in PM Sharif’s India visit WASHINGTON: Highlighting the importance of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s decision to attend his incoming Indian counterpart Narendra Modi’s inaugural ceremony at New Delhi’s invitation, the American media reports on Saturday saw an opportunity for peace in the...
BJP and Congress two faces of the same coin: Gilani
17th May 2014 BJP and Congress two faces of the same coin: Gilani ISLAMABAD: Veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani, has said that his forum does not have any expectation on resolution of the Kashmir dispute from change of guard in New Delhi saying that Bharatiya Janata Party and Congress are...
Arvind Kejriwal says Narendra Modi will lose
10th May 2014 Arvind Kejriwal says Narendra Modi will lose ISLAMABAD: With three days left for the big battle in Varanasi, Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal on Friday began his roadshow from rural parts of the constituency to woo the electorate of the ancient Hindu holy city....
Pakistan terms Indian criticism on its institutions baseless
24th April 2014 Pakistan terms Indian criticism on its institutions baseless ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday said that the Indian criticism on its institutions was baseless and those involved in the propaganda should first look into their internal matters. Foreign Office spokespersons Tasnim Aslam in her weekly briefing, said negative...
India announces first bank licences in a decade
2nd April 2014 India announces first bank licences in a decade NEW DELHI: India on Wednesday announced it was issuing two new bank licences for the first time in a decade as it accelerates a push to bring more Indians into the formal banking system. The Reserve Bank of...
India court orders arrest of Sahara group boss
26th February 2014 India court orders arrest of Sahara group boss NEW DELHI: India’s top court Wednesday ordered the arrest of the head of the giant Sahara business group for failing to appear in a case involving repayment of billions of dollars illegally collected from small investors. The Supreme...
Pakistan beats India in first blind ODI
19th February 2014 Pakistan beats India in first blind ODI KARACHI: Anis Javed hammered a spectacular 163 as Pakistan defeated visiting India by three wickets in the first Blind One-Day International at Southend Club Ground on Wednesday despite centuries by Kathen Patel and Hitesh Patel. Anis looked in...
More Pakistanis than Indians favour friendly ties with India: PILDAT Report
14th February 2014 More Pakistanis than Indians favour friendly ties with India: PILDAT Report ISLAMABAD: More Pakistanis than Indians favour cooperative relations between Islamabad and New Delhi but both the people consider either state the “least friendly” country, said a survey released by Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency (PILDAT) at...
Pakistan and India decide to resume trade across LoC
12th February 2014 Pakistan and India decide to resume trade across LoC ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and India on Wednesday decided to resume trade across Line of Control in Kashmir after successful round of talks between the officials of the two countries. Foreign Office Spokesperson Ms. Tasnim Aslam while confirming the resumption...
Four men set ablaze in India for cattle rustling: police
3rd February 2014 Four men set ablaze in India for cattle rustling: police KOLKATA: Four men were burnt to death in eastern India as suspected punishment for stealing cattle from a rival criminal gang, a senior police officer said on Monday. The four charred bodies were found in a village in...
No quick fix to Pak-Indian pharma trade
1st January 2014 No quick fix to Pak-Indian pharma trade Benjamin Franklin once said: “No nation was ever ruined by trade, even seemingly the most disadvantageous.” As benefits of free trade have become more widely established over the years, practical impediments to unrestricted commerce have only become more...
 
 
 



 
 
 



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