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Terrible shelling by Indian forces, injured two women at Sialkot border
30th January 2015 Terrible shelling by Indian forces, injured two women at Sialkot border SIALKOT: Terrible shelling by Indian Security Forces wounded two women at the working boundary in Meraj Kay Sector of Sialkot late on Thursday, Aaj News reported. According to the Chenab Rangers statement, the terrible shelling was also harmed...
Indo-US nuclear deal to have detrimental impact on deterrence stability in S.Asia: Aziz
28th January 2015 Indo-US nuclear deal to have detrimental impact on deterrence stability in S.Asia: Aziz ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Tuesday said that the ope-rationalization of Ind-US nuclear deal for political and economic expediencies would have a detrimental impact on deterrence stability in South Asia. Adviserto the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs...
COAS notifies US of Indian affrays, Senate committee
27th January 2015 COAS notifies US of Indian affrays, Senate committee ISLAMABAD: The Senate Defense Committee was notified on Monday that Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif during his visit to the US brought evidence with reference to India’s affrays in Pakistan. The committee chaired by Mushahid...
Obama wraps up India visit with town hall meeting
27th January 2015 Obama wraps up India visit with town hall meeting NEW DELHI: US President Barack Obama will host a town hall-style meeting in India on Tuesday, seeking to stress the shared values of the world’s largest democracies, as he wraps up a visit aimed at reinvigorating ties. The...
Modi pledges ‘predictable, competitive’ tax regime
26th January 2015 Modi pledges ‘predictable, competitive’ tax regime NEW DELHI:Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised US executives Monday that he would forge a “predictable and competitive” tax regime as he sought to shake off his country’s reputation as hostile to business. Speaking alongside US President Barack...
Kashmiris observing Indian Republic Day as black day today
26th January 2015 Kashmiris observing Indian Republic Day as black day today ISLAMABAD: Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control (LoC) and across the world are observing the Indian Republic Day today as a black day. It is aimed at conveying to the international community that India’s claim...
Obama begins landmark visit to India
25th January 2015 Obama begins landmark visit to India NEW DELHI: Barack Obama on Sunday began an unprecedented second visit to India by a serving US president, aiming to consolidate what he has called one of the “defining partnerships of the 21st century”. Obama will be the...
Obama to cut short India visit, fly to Saudi Arabia: sources
24th January 2015 Obama to cut short India visit, fly to Saudi Arabia: sources NEW DELHI: U.S. President Barack Obama will cut short his visit to India on Tuesday to visit Saudi Arabia, following the death of King Abdullah, sources in the Indian capital familiar with the matter said on Saturday. The...
India’s Modi rolls out red carpet for new buddy Obama
22nd January 2015 India’s Modi rolls out red carpet for new buddy Obama By Christian OTTON NEW DELHI: Barack Obama arrives in India this weekend for an unprecedented second visit by a serving US president, the honoured guest of his new friend Narendra Modi who was a Washington outcast only a...
India makes surprise interest rate cut to 7.75%
15th January 2015 India makes surprise interest rate cut to 7.75% MUMBAI: India’s central bank cut interest rates by 25 basis points Thursday, the first time in almost two years, in a surprise announcement to boost the flagging economy after inflation eased. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) reduced...
UN chief accuses India of intolerance with gay sex ban
13th January 2015 UN chief accuses India of intolerance with gay sex ban NEW DELHI: United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon has accused India of fomenting intolerance with its ban on gay sex amid uproar over a ruling party minister’s plans to make homosexuals “normal”. Speaking on a visit to the capital...
Cricket: Smith joins greats as Australia pass 500
7th January 2015 Cricket: Smith joins greats as Australia pass 500 SYDNEY: Steve Smith joined the greats Wednesday as he plundered India’s bowlers for his fourth century of the series and Australia built their first innings beyond 500 on the second day of the final Test in Sydney. The...
Cricket: Australia declare at 572 for 7 in 4th India Test
7th January 2015 Cricket: Australia declare at 572 for 7 in 4th India Test SYDNEY: Australia declared their first innings at 572 for seven after tea on the second day of the final Test in Sydney on Wednesday. Ryan Harris was caught in the deep after swinging his bat for a lusty...
Fresh border clashes kill five
6th January 2015 Fresh border clashes kill five Indian and Pakistani troops traded fire along their tense border on Monday, killing four civilians including a teenage boy and a soldier in the latest in a series of deadly clashes, officials said. Tension between the nuclear-armed neighbours...
Young girl embraces martyrdom due to Indian BSF firing
3rd January 2015 Young girl embraces martyrdom due to Indian BSF firing RAWALPINDI: A 13-year old girl embraced Shahadat (martyrdom) while another girl sustained injuries due to unprovoked firing by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) on working boundary near Silakot on Saturday. According to ISPR here, 13 years old, Sumaira...
Cricket: Smith out cheaply as India keep in 3rd Test
29th December 2014 Cricket: Smith out cheaply as India keep in 3rd Test MELBOURNE: India claimed the key wickets of Steve Smith and Chris Rogers to keep in the contest as Australia stretched their lead to 239 runs on the fourth day of the third Test in Melbourne on Monday. The...
Bodo rebels in northeast India kill 62 people, many others injured
24th December 2014 Bodo rebels in northeast India kill 62 people, many others injured ISLAMABAD: The death toll from a series of attacks by armed militants in remote northeast India has risen to 56, police said on Wednesday. Witnesses said militants pulled villagers from their homes and shot them at point-blank range...
Cricket: Johnson the wrecker as India collapse in Gabba Test
20th December 2014 Cricket: Johnson the wrecker as India collapse in Gabba Test BRISBANE: – Mitchell Johnson skittled India’s top order with a devastating spell as the tourists lurched towards a likely fourth-day defeat in the second Gabba Test on Saturday. The ICC Cricketer of the Year snared three for 10...
Cricket: Hazlewood, Haddin star as India all out for 408
18th December 2014 Cricket: Hazlewood, Haddin star as India all out for 408 BRISBANE: – Debutant Josh Hazlewood captured five wickets and Brad Haddin equalled a wicketkeeping record as Australia dismissed India for 408 in the second Test in Brisbane on Thursday. Paceman Hazlewood led the way with three scalps on...
Field hockey: Pakistan beat India, meet Germany in final
13th December 2014 Field hockey: Pakistan beat India, meet Germany in final BHUBANESWAR: Pakistan edged out hosts India 4-3 in a thrilling semi-final on Saturday to set up a Champions Trophy field hockey title clash against Olympic gold medalists Germany in Bhubaneswar. Arslan Qadir was Pakistan’s hero, scoring his team’s...
Peace in South Asia linked to Indo-Pakistan relations: Maulana Fazl ur Rehman
12th December 2014 Peace in South Asia linked to Indo-Pakistan relations: Maulana Fazl ur Rehman ISLAMABAD: Chairman National Assembly’s Special Committee on Kashmir, Maulana Fazl Ur Rehman has said that peace in South Asia is directly linked to relations between India and Pakistan. He said the international community should make sincere efforts to...
Christie’s celebrates modernists at 2nd India auction
11th December 2014 Christie’s celebrates modernists at 2nd India auction MUMBAI: – Christie’s hopes to consolidate its foothold in the Indian art market Thursday with only its second sale in the country, showcasing a range of work by homegrown modern artists. The London-based auction house is offering 80...
Cricket: Warner hits emotional ton, Clarke retires hurt
9th December 2014 Cricket: Warner hits emotional ton, Clarke retires hurt ADELAIDE:- Australia’s David Warner paid fitting tribute to tragic batsman and close friend Phillip Hughes with a brilliant century Tuesday but skipper Michael Clarke retired hurt on day one of an emotional first Test against India. After pre-game...
Cricket: Australia v India 1st Test scoreboard
9th December 2014 Cricket: Australia v India 1st Test scoreboard ADELAIDE, Australia: Scoreboard at tea on the opening day of the first Test between Australia and India at Adelaide Oval on Tuesday: Australia 1st innings C. Rogers c Dhawan b I. Sharma  9 D. Warner not out             131...
IOK polls aimed at deceiving world community: JKLF
6th December 2014 IOK polls aimed at deceiving world community: JKLF ISLAMABAD, Dec 6 (APP): The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has said that the sham elections in Indian Held territory are aimed at hoodwinking the international community about the Kashmir dispute and suppressing the ongoing liberation movement....
Hurriyet Chairman stresses on resumption of Pak-India dialogue process
6th December 2014 Hurriyet Chairman stresses on resumption of Pak-India dialogue process ISLAMABAD:- Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, urged upon Pakistan and India to resume their dialogue process to settle the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the Kashmiris aspirations in Indian Held Kashmir. According to KMS, ...
 
 
 
 
 

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