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Unfazed by members' boycott, Pakistan to go ahead with SAARC summit
Unfazed by India and three other South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation member nations deciding not to participate in the grouping's summit in Islamabad, Pakistan on Wednesday said it will go ahead and host the event in November. Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said Pakistan will host the 19th SAARC summit in November, Radio Pakistan reported on Wednesday. Zakaria was quoted as saying that it was learnt from the Indian external affairs ministry's tweet that India is not ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago
Pak to go ahead with SAARC summit despite boycott by members
Unfazed by India and three other SAARC member nations deciding not to participate in the grouping's summit here, Pakistan today said it will go ahead and host the event in November. Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said Pakistan will host the 19th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation summit in November, Radio Pakistan reported today. Zakaria was quoted as saying that it was learnt from the Indian External Affairs Ministry's tweet that India is not going to participate ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago
India.com
SAARC Summit cancelled after India pull out; big blow to Pakistan
New Delhi, Sep 28: A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi refused to attend SAARC summit, hosted by Pakistan, the 19th sitting of theSouth Asian grouping has been called off. Thecurrent SAARC Chair Nepal has also confirmed that SAARC summit in ...
 India.com3 hours ago
Difficulty in doing business: How India compares with Pakistan, China? Check out this simple chart
Just over the weekend, prime minister Narendra Modi challenged Pakistan for war on poverty and few other such economic indicators. "Let's see who wins," he said. And on Tuesday, the World Economic Forum's report on the Global Competitiveness ...
 Firstpost.com4 hours ago
India TV
Why revoking MFN status is key to India's economic warfare against Pakistan
Amid mounting tensions between India and Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status given to Pakistan. The meeting, slated for Thursday, will be attended by senior officials, including those ...
 India TV5 hours ago
India Today
SAARC summit: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan join India in boycott; Pakistan isolated
Bangladesh, Bhutan and now Afghanistan have backed India by confirming they will not participate in the SAARC summit scheduled in November in Islamabad. Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina talks to her Bhutanese counterpart Tshering Tobgay.
 India Today8 hours ago
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After India, more nations set to boycott Pakistan SAARC summit
New Delhi: Following the diplomatic blitzkrieg launched by New Delhi, Pakistan is virtually getting isolated in the region with Bangladesh and Bhutan joining India in boycotting the annual Saarc Summit scheduled to be hosted by Islamabad in November. "The ...
 Sify8 hours ago
Sify
After India, more nations pull out of Pakistan SAARC summit
New Delhi: Following the diplomatic blitzkrieg launched by New Delhi, Pakistan is virtually getting isolated in the region with Bangladesh and Bhutan joining India in boycotting the annual Saarc Summit scheduled to be hosted by Islamabad in November. "The ...
 Sify8 hours ago
Pakistan urges World Bank to stop India's projects on Neelum, Chenab rivers: Reports
On Tuesday, Pakistan had approached the World Bank with senior officials taking up the matter with the international lender which had mediated the water-sharing deal. Following its meeting with The World Bank on Tuesday on the Indus Waters Treaty ...
 Indian Express8 hours ago
Pakistan isolated as B'desh, Bhutan, Afghanistan pull out of SAARC Summit after India
The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, Sept. 28 -- A day after India's announcement of boycotting the SAARC Summit scheduled to be held in Pakistan in November, three more members - ...
 HT Syndication8 hours ago
Sahara Samay English
After India, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Bhutan too pull out of Saarc summit in Pakistan
Following the diplomatic blitzkrieg launched by New Delhi, Pakistan is virtually getting isolated in the region with Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan joining India in boycotting the annual Saarc Summit scheduled to be hosted by Islamabad in November.
 Sahara Samay English8 hours ago
DNA India
Pakistan Isolated: After India, Bangladesh, Bhutan & Afghanistan also pull out of SAARC summit
Isolating Pakistan in the region, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Afghanistan have followed India's steps and opted out of South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit in Islamabad. Opting out of the SAARC summit, Bangladesh said that ...
 DNA India9 hours ago
India and Pakistan on the brink of water wars?
An advisor to Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has told lawmakers "a revocation of the Indus Water treaty by India can be taken as an act of war or a hostile act against Pakistan". Sartaj Aziz says Pakistan will approach the United Nations ...
 Sky News9 hours ago
No Modi at SAARC: Pakistan calls India's decision 'unfortunate'
New Delhi: The Pakistan Foreign Office has termed India's decision to boycott SAARC Summit in Islamabad on November 9 and 10 as "unfortunate". However, the Pakistan Foreign Office clarified that India has not officially notified about its decision ...
 News24online9 hours ago
NDTV
Pakistan Isolated. After India, More Nations Pull Out Of SAARC Summit
After India said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not travel to Pakistan for the regional SAARC summit in November, three other members - Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Bhutan - have also decided to pull out of the meet. Sources said that in it's ...
 NDTV9 hours ago
International Business Times India
Bangladesh follows India's footsteps, pulls out of SAARC Summit in Pakistan
Sri Lanka has also said that it would not attend the event in Islamabad if India pulls out. September 28, 2016 09:19 IST After India, Bangladesh has also opted out of the SAARC Summit in Pakistan saying that the "growing interference" in the ...
 International Business Times India10 hours ago
News18.com
Pakistan Approaches World Bank to Mediate Indus Waters Treaty Row With India
Islamabad : Pakistan on Tuesday approached the World Bank amid reports that India could revoke the 56-year- old Indus Water Treaty, with senior Pakistani officials taking up the matter with the international lender which had mediated the ...
 News18.com11 hours ago
Sputnik
India 'Unable' to Participate in SAARC Summit in Pakistan
NEW DELHI (Sputnik)— SAARC is an economic and political organization ofeight countries, namely India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Maldives and Bangladesh. "In response toa question, the Official Spokesperson stated that ...
 Sputnik16 hours ago
India may cancel Pak's MFN status
India will on Thursday decide if it would strip Pakistan of the status of Most Favoured Nation (MFN)to do business with. After suspending meetings of India-Pakistan Permanent Indus Commission, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have a meeting with top ...
 Deccan Herald17 hours ago
Pakistan calls India's refusal to participate in SAARC Summit unfortunate
Islamabad, Sept. 28 : With India refusing to participate in the 19the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation in Islamabad in November, Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) spokesperson Mohammed Nafees Zakaria on Tuesday called New ...
 India.com18 hours ago
India and Pakistan Could Go to War Over Water
Pakistan, which is heavily dependent on river waters, warned of a "water war" Tuesday if India violates the Indus Water Treaty, originally signed in 1960. Pakistan sees such a violation as an "act of war," the country's top foreign official said.
 US News & World Report19 hours ago
India decides to boycott Saarc meet in Pakistan
The US has asked Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens and target all militant groups, including those that target neighbouring countries, after India made a strong pitch at the UN for isolating nations who nurture, paddle and export terror. “Our ...
 The Financial Chronicle19 hours ago
Are India and Pakistan on the verge of a water war?
Rising tensions between India and Pakistan could spike into a water war if India fails to follow through on a treaty that regulates a river that flows between the two countries, a Pakistani official said Tuesday. Many had hoped that 2016 would be a ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland19 hours ago
India's decision to not attend SAARC summit 'unfortunate': Pak
Pakistan tonight termed as "unfortunate" Indias decision to not attend the SAARC summit to be held here in November. A Foreign Office spokesman said that Pakistan has noted from Indian spokespersons tweet on Indian announcement about their refusal to ...
 Deccan Herald20 hours ago
India to boycott Saarc Summit in Islamabad, Pakistan says 'unfortunate'
India on Tuesday announced it will not attend the Saarc Summit in Islamabad in November, saying that regional cooperation and terror don't go together.Pakistan has termed the boycott decision as "unfortunate".India, the largest member of the eight-nation ...
 Prokerala20 hours ago
India not attending SAARC unfortunate: Pak
Pakistan says it has not received any official confirmation from India on its decision to not attend the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation summit.'Pak has noted from Indian (foreign ministry) spokespersons tweet about their refusal to participate in SAARC summit being hosted by us. We have not received any official communication in this regard, the Indian announcement is unfortunate,' Pakistan's ministry of foreign affairs said.It said that 'Pak remains committed to peace and ...
 Rediff.com20 hours ago
Reuters
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Modi cancels trip
Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader cancelled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked a water treaty. India blames Pakistan for a deadly assault on an army base ...
 Reuters20 hours ago
Rediff.com
India pulls out of SAARC summit in Pakistan
India has pulled out of SAARC summit in Islamabad, the Ministry of External Affairs has informed.An MEA spokesman told media persons,"PM Modi will not take part in SAARC summit in Islamabad. In the prevailing circumstances, the government of India is unable to participate in the proposed Summit in Islamabad.""India has conveyed to current SAARC Chair Nepal that increasing cross-border terrorist attacks in the region and growing interference in internal affairs of Member States by 1 country has ...
 Rediff.com22 hours ago
India-PakistanWithdrawing the MFN Status to Pakistan: Legality and Implications
The Most Favoured Nation (MFN) treatment is the fundamental basis of multilateral trade conducted under the World Trade Organization (WTO) rules. It simply means that WTO members will not discriminate among other members, except as specifically ...
 Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies1 day ago
South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. ...
 Sharenet52 minutes ago
Pakistan frowns at India move on Indus treaty
12:03 am FOLLOW US: Islamabad : Pakistan on Tuesday warned India that unilateral revocation of the 56-year-old Indus Waters Treaty would be treated as an act of war saying it could also approach the UN and the International Court of Justice if the ...
 The Freepress Journal10 hours ago
World Bank has committed to fulfil obligations under Indus treaty: Pakistan
Pakistan on Wednesday claimed the World Bank has "committed" itself to "timely fulfilling its obligations" under the Indus Water Treaty while remaining neutral as Islamabad approached the international lender amid reports that India may revoke the 56-year-old ...
 DNA45 minutes ago
Business Today India
India-Pakistan: What does the Most Favoured Nation status mean
A day after reviewing the Indus Waters Treaty, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called a meeting on Thursday to review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to Pakistan. On Monday, PM Modi said, "blood and water can't flow together." One of the ...
 Business Today India1 day ago
catchnews.com
Will approach International Court of Justice if India violates Indus Water Treaty: Pakistan
Advisor to the Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, on 27 September asserted that Islamabad will approach the International Court of Justice if India violates the Indus Water Treaty. "The international law states that India cannot ...
 catchnews.com1 day ago
Pakistan threatens to approach ICJ if India 'violates' Indus Water Treaty
[Pakistan], Sept. 27 (ANI): Advisor to the Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Tuesday asserted that Islamabad will approach the International Court of Justice if India violates the Indus Water Treaty. "The international law states that ...
 Sify1 day ago
Rediff.com
India can't abrogate Indus Waters Treaty: Pakistan
Pakistan tries to get its groove back. Pakistan's Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz weighs in on the Indus Waters Treaty, a day after PM Narendra Modi met with the Indus Water Commission and announced that "Blood and water cannot flow simultaneously." India will now explore ways to use its share of water of rivers flowing into Pakistan, and has also hinted that it could revive construction of the Tulbul project in Jammu & Kashmir.Aziz said today that Pakistan and India are bound to follow ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
Indus Waters Treaty, the Tulbul project and its implications on India-Pakistan relations
The village of Ningli, mainly inhabited by fishermen, along the Wular Lake in volatile town of Sopore in north Kashmir, is at peace these days. In April 2012, this fragile peace was broken by the thud of a falling bund, when militants allegedly ...
 Firstpost.com1 day ago
Rediff.com
Modi to review MFN status to Pakistan
Out of India's total merchandise trade of $641 billion in 2015-16, Pakistan accounted for a meagre $2.67 billion After Indus Water Treaty, India will review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status given to Pakistan at a meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Thursday. The decisions to review the MFN, which was granted by India unilaterally in 1996, comes in the wake of the Uri attack over which India is weighing options to respond. The MFN status was accorded in 1996 ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
Islamabad to present dossier against India's involvement in terrorist activities in Pakistan
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said Islamabad is preparing a dossier containing evidence of India's involvement in terrorist activities in Pakistan. Aziz, in an interview said the dossier will soon be dispatched ...
 Pakistan Today6 hours ago
Times of India
India to review Most Favoured Nation status given to Pakistan
NEW DELHI: Days after reviewing the Indus Waters Treaty, India has now decided to review the 'Most Favoured Nation' Status given unilaterally to Pakistan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair a review meeting on September 29. Officials from ...
 Times of India1 day ago
India failed in trying to isolate Pakistan: Sartaj Aziz
The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Lahore [Pakistan], Sept. 27 -- Adviser to Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has asserted that the Indian government has received a setback ...
 HT Syndication1 day ago
Radio Pakistan
Islamabad preparing dossier about evidence of India's involvement in terror activities in Pakistan
Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz says Islamabad is preparing a dossier containing evidence of India's involvement in terrorist activities in Pakistan. In an interview, he said the dossier will soon be dispatched to the world leaders. ...
 Radio Pakistan11 hours ago
India quits summit as Pakistan tensions rise
Statement issued blaming increase in cross-border terrorist attacks after assault that killed 18 Pakistani students burn a representation of an Indian flag in Peshawar. New Delhi: India on Tuesday pulled out of a key regional summit in Pakistan ...
 Gulf News13 hours ago
First Post.com
Narendra Modi's strategic restraint on Pakistan conceals his ambition to stay in power as long as possible
A lot has been said about how prime minister Narendra Modi’s speech in Kozhikode, a “master–stroke in strategic restraint,” has marked a “decisive turning point” in India-Pakistan relations following the recent terror attack on the Indian army in ...
 First Post.com6 hours ago
India to suspend Indus water talks with Pak
India on Monday decided not to hold a meeting of the Permanent Indus Commission (PIC) with Pakistan as long as the neighbouring country does not stop exporting terror. With New Delhi stepping up pressure on Islamabad in the wake of the Uri attack, Prime ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago
Poverty: India vs Pakistan
Here's how the two countries stack up on social and economic indicators On 25 September, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared that the real battle between India and Pakistan would be on which of the two eliminates poverty faster. Here's how the two ...
 Livemint.com1 day ago
India pulls out of upcoming Saarc summit in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: India has decided to pull out of the upcoming Saarc summit in Islamabad, said the official spokesperson for the Indian Ministry for External Affairs MEA) Vikas Swarup in a tweet on Tuesday. The announcement comes amid growing tensions ...
 DAWN Group21 hours ago
Brief Report.co.uk
Pakistan warns of 'water war' with India if decades-old treaty violated
Pakistan would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked the Indus Water Treaty regulating river flows between the two nations, Pakistan's top foreign official said on Tuesday. Tension has been mounting between the nuclear-armed neighbours since ...
 Brief Report.co.uk22 hours ago
Will the Indus Waters Treaty ride out the latest India-Pakistan face-off?
The 1960 World Bank-mediatedIndus Waters Treatybetween India and Pakistan is considered one of the greatsuccess stories of water diplomacy, especially as it has survived the India-Pakistan wars of 1965, 1971, 1999 and much bad blood during and after ...
 Kashmir Observer1 day ago
SC refuses urgent hearing on PIL Indus Water Treaty
The Supreme Court today refused to grant an urgent hearing on a PIL seeking declaration of the India-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty as unconstitutional.  "There is no urgency in the matter. It will come up for hearing in due course," a bench comprising Chief Justice T S Thakur and Justice A M Khanwilkar said. Advocate M L Sharma, who filed the PIL in his personal capacity on the issue, sought urgent hearing of the matter saying the treaty was unconstitutional as it was not signed as per the ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
Water diplomacy
After getting a diplomatic edge in the current India-Pakistan stand-off after the terrorist attack on Uri Army Base Camp claiming 18 Indian soldiers’ lives, India must be contemplating alternative to keep the pressure on Pakistan. With the government ...
 State Times1 day ago
MFN status for Pakistan: Modi to take call tomorrow
Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (Photo: AFP) Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair a meeting on Thursday to review the “most favoured nation” (MFN) status for trade granted to Pakistan. The strong message that “it is no longer business as usual” comes ...
 Asian Age17 hours ago
India's attempts to isolate Pakistan failed miserably, says Sartaj
ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Tuesday said Indian government's efforts to isolate Pakistan diplomatically received a severe setback. He said about 56 countries of the Organisation of the Islamic ...
 DAWN Group1 day ago
US asks Pakistan to shut havens for terrorists
The US has asked Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens and target all militant groups, including those that target neighbouring countries, after India made a strong pitch at the UN for isolating nations who nurture, paddle and export terror. “Our ...
 Asian Age19 hours ago
Pakistan approaches ICJ over Indus Waters Treaty
Islamabad, Sep 27 (IANS) Pakistan on Tuesday approached the International Court of Justice over implementation of the Indus Waters Treaty, with senior Pakistani officials taking up the matter with the World Bank. A delegation led by the Attorney General for ...
 Sify19 hours ago
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Revoke Pakistan's MFN status: Congress
New Delhi: The Congress on Tuesday demanded that the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status given to Pakistan must be revoked following the Uri attack in Jammu and Kashmir, saying it is a 'dead letter'. "The most favoured nation status needs to go primarily ...
 Sify19 hours ago
catchnews.com
After Sushma Swarajs UNGA speech, US asks Pakistan to close all terrorists safe havens
The US today asked Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens and target all militant groups, including those that target neighbouring countries, after India made a strong pitch at the 71st United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session for isolating nations ...
 catchnews.com1 day ago
Modi to meet top officials, review 'Most Favoured Nation' status to Pak
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo: PTI) Taking tough against Pakistan, Modi had said ‘blood and water cannot flow together’ referring to the Indus Water Treaty. New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called a meeting of top officials on Thursday to ...
 Asian Age1 day ago
US asks Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens
The US has asked Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens and target all militant groups, including those that target neighbouring countries, after India made a strong pitch at the UN for isolating nations who nurture, paddle and export terror. "Our focus ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago
Indus Water Treaty: Details of agreement between India, Pakistan
In the aftermath of the Uri terror attack, the Narendra Modi Government has indicated that the five-decade old Indus Water Treaty between India and Pakistan, which was considered to be one of the most successful water sharing agreements of the world ...
 The Statesman2 days ago
PM Modi chairs high-level meet on India-Pakistan Indus Waters Treaty
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Mondaychaired a meeting to review the Indus Water treaty with Pakistan amidst heightened tension between the two countries. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar, the Water ...
 Firstpost.com2 days ago
The Hindu
10 things to know about Indus Water Treaty
For 56 years, both India and Pakistan are peacefully sharing the water of Indus and its tributaries, thanks to The Indus Water Treaty. 1 The Indus Waters Treaty was signed on September 19, 1960 by the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Pakistan's ...
 The Hindu2 days ago
Chances of India abrogating Indus Treaty very slim, says foreign policy expert
[India], Sept. 27 (ANI): With speculation rife over the possibility of India abrogating the Indus Water Treaty, 1960, to put pressure on Pakistan to end its state sponsorship of terrorism, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution India, Dhruva Jaishankar ...
 Sify1 day ago
How India can leverage the Indus water treaty
Signed in 1960 after 10 years of negotiation, IWT has stood the test of political tensions better than everything else India and Pakistan have negotiated.
 Business Standard1 day ago
catchnews.com
Indo-Pak Indus water treaty: Heres everything that you need to know
What can India do to avenge Uri? Should India scrap the Indus water treaty, stop all trade or is a limited military strike needed? The fact is, every option has its own collateral. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a high-profile meeting to review the ...
 catchnews.com1 day ago
No Urgency to hear PIL against Indus Waters Treaty: Indian Supreme Court
Supreme Court of India today refused to allow an urgent hearing on a petition moved as Public Interest Litigation (PIL) challenging the constitutionality of the India-Pakistan water sharing treaty called the Indus Waters Treaty, 1960. The News No Urgency to ...
 Sikh Siyasat Online2 days ago
catchnews.com
Uri aftermath: PM Modi calls meeting to discuss Indus Waters Treaty today
After attacking Pakistan on various occasion over terrorism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for a briefing on the Indus Waters Treaty on Monday, according to reports. The reports said that the meeting will look at the pros and cons of the treaty ...
 catchnews.com2 days ago
Rediff.com
Indus treaty rethink: PM Modi to get official briefing today
Prime Minister Narendra Modi after a fiery speech in Kerala where he blamed Pakistan for exporting global terrorism has now called for a briefing on the Indus Waters Treaty.PM Modi will meet relevant officials from various ministries today including External Affairs and Water Resources at 12 PM. The briefing will present to the PM "pros and cons" of the treaty which distributes waters of the Indus river system between India and Pakistan, indicating that the government is ready to take a ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
PM to review Indus Waters Treaty today
In an indication that the government was weighing extreme diplomatic actions against Pakistan in the wake of the terror attack on an Army camp in Uri, Kashmir last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to chair a meeting on the Indus Waters Treaty ...
 The Hindu2 days ago
Pakistan to go ahead with SAARC summit despite India, Bangladesh, Bhutan pulling out
Pakistan on 28 September said that it will go ahead and host the SAARC event in November despite India and three other SAARC member nations deciding not to participate in the groupings summit. Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said Pakistan will host ...
 catchnews.com26 minutes ago
BJP has taken Uri attack very seriously: Nirmal Singh
[India], Sept 25 (ANI): Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Sunday hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech against Pakistan and said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has taken up the matter very seriously. Singh said, "The way ...
 Sify3 days ago
SAARC summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU, Sep 28 (Reuters) A summit of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between India and Pakistan, officials ...
 United News of India28 minutes ago
Defiant Pakistan decides to go ahead with SAARC summit despite India-led boycott
Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said they have not received any official communication in this regard and the Indian announcement is unfortunate. Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria. Highlights Will go ahead and host the ...
 India Today55 minutes ago
Pakistan warns of "water war" with India
By | ISLAMABAD/NEW DELHI ISLAMABAD/NEW DELHI Pakistan would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked the Indus Water Treaty regulating river flows between the two nations, Pakistan's top foreign official said on Tuesday. Tension has been ...
 Reuters India2 hours ago
Financial Express
SAARC Summit cancelled as India, others boycott Pakistan venue: Report
The upcoming SAARC Summit in Pakistan has been canceled as India and other member countries have boycotted the host nation, TV reports said today. SAARC Summit: In the wake of heightened tension with Pakistan over Uri terror attack in which 18 ...
 Financial Express2 hours ago
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan join India in boycotting SAARC summit to be held in Pakistan
Following the diplomatic blitzkrieg launched by New Delhi, Pakistan is virtually getting isolated in the region with Bangladesh and Bhutan joining India in boycotting the annual SAARC Summit scheduled to be hosted by Islamabad in November. "The ...
 South Asia Monitor3 hours ago
India to boycott SAARC summit in Pakistan: officials
NEW DELHI, Sept. 28 (Xinhua) -- India has decided to boycott the upcoming regional meeting South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) summit in Pakistan, officials said. The summit is scheduled to be held in Pakistan in ...
 SINA3 hours ago
India boycotts the SAARC summit to be held in Pakistan in November
Expected time to read :1mins,27secs The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has decided not to participate in the SAARC summit to be held in Pakistan in November. Indian Prime Minister boycotted the summit during a time India and Pakistan are ...
 Miadhu News4 hours ago
India TV
MFN or not, trade between India-Pakistan remain 'abysmally' low
Amidst reports that India would soon withdraw the most favoured nation (MFN) status to Pakistan in the aftermath of the Uri terror attack, Assocham today pointed that there hasn't been any major difference because of the special privilege as trade ...
 India TV3 days ago
India and 3 other nations pull out of Saarc summit in Pakistan over issue of terrorism
To continue providing news and award winning journalism, we rely on advertising revenue. To continue reading, please turn off your ad blocker or whitelist us. Amid ongoing tensions with Pakistan over the issue of terrorism, India has decided to ...
 International Business Times UK7 hours ago
MFN or not, India-Pakistan trade remains 'abysmally' low
Amid reports that India is considering withdrawal of most favoured nation (MFN) status to Pakistan in the wake of the Uri terror attack, Assocham today said the special privilege has not made much of a difference as trade between the two remains ...
 Business Standard3 days ago
News18.com
Pakistan Approaches World Bank on Indus Waters Treaty Row With India
Islamabad : Pakistan on Tuesday approached the World Bank amid reports that India could revoke the 56-year- old Indus Water Treaty, with senior Pakistani officials taking up the matter with the international lender which had mediated the ...
 News18.com8 hours ago
Pakistan snubbed: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan join India in boycotting SAARC Summit
New Delhi: Following the diplomatic blitzkrieg launched by New Delhi, Pakistan is virtually getting isolated in the region with Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan joining India in boycotting the annual SAARC Summit scheduled to be hosted by ...
 News24online8 hours ago
Pakistan moves International Court of Justice as India reviews Indus Waters Treaty
Pakistan on Tuesday approached the International Court of Justice over implementation of the Indus Waters Treaty, with senior Pakistani officials taking up the matter with the World Bank. Image for representational purpose only Pakistan on ...
 India Today8 hours ago
Pakistan approaches World Bank to stop Indian projects on Neelum, Chenab
[Pakistan], Sept. 28 (ANI): With speculations rife of India abrogating the Indus Water Treaty (1960) with Pakistan, Islamabad has taken its case to the World Bank, urging it to stop New Delhi from making illegal constructions on the Neelum and Chenab rivers.
 Sify8 hours ago
NDTV
As India Reviews Indus Waters Treaty, A Pre-Emptive Strike From Pakistan
Pakistan on Tuesday approached the International Court of Justice amid reports that India is reviewing the Indus Waters Treaty, which regulates the flow of six rivers between the two countries. Senior Pakistani officials have also taken it up with ...
 NDTV8 hours ago
ABP Live
Pakistan terms India's boycott of SAARC summit as 'unfortunate'
New Delhi: India said on Tuesday that it is unable to participate in the upcoming SAARCSummit in Islamabad. In a statement, India said increasing cross-border terrorist attacks in the region by one country have created an environment that is not ...
 ABP Live8 hours ago
Pakistan approaches World Bank after India reviews Indus Waters Treaty
Islamabad: Pakistan on Tuesday approached the World Bank amid reports that India could revoke the 56-year-old Indus Water Treaty, with senior Pakistani officials taking up the matter with the international lender which had mediated the water-sharing ...
 Firstpost.com9 hours ago
NDTV
Pakistan Goes To International Court Of Justice As India Hints At Indus Treaty Review
Pakistan on Tuesday approached the International Court of Justice amid reports that India is reviewing the Indus Waters Treaty, which regulates the flow of six rivers between the two countries. Senior Pakistani officials have also taken it up with ...
 NDTV9 hours ago
Setback for Pakistan? After India, Bangladesh pulls out of Saarc Summit in Islamabad
In another setback for Pakistan, Bangladesh on Wednesday pulled out of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) Summit in Islamabad, saying it was unable to participate in the summit because of "growing interference in internal ...
 Firstpost.com10 hours ago
Sahara Samay.com
After India, Bangladesh too pulls out of Saarc summit in Pakistan
A day after India said that it will boycott the Saarc Summit scheduled to be held in Pakistan, Bangladesh on Wednesday said it too will not attend the annual gathering of the South Asian nations' leaders. Following the September 18 cross-border ...
 Sahara Samay.com10 hours ago
Pakistan approaches World Bank over Indus treaty
Pakistan today approached the World Bank amid reports that India could revoke the 56-year- old Indus Water Treaty, with senior Pakistani officials taking up the matter with the international lender which had mediated the water-sharing deal. A delegation of ...
 Deccan Herald10 hours ago
DNA India
India pulls out of SAARC summit, may revoke MFN status to Pakistan
A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi said "blood and water can't flow at the same time", the government on Tuesday declared that regional cooperation and terror don't go together and pulled out of the South Asian Association of Regional ...
 DNA India11 hours ago
Panel discussion on 'Most Favoured Nation' status India accorded to Pakistan in 1996 Part II
Panel discussion on 'Most Favoured Nation' status India accorded to Pakistan in 1996
 ZeeNews.com12 hours ago
Pakistan warns of water war with India if decades-old treaty violated
ISLAMABAD/NEW DELHI — Pakistan would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked the Indus Water Treaty regulating river flows between the two nations, Pakistan's top foreign official said on Tuesday. Tension has been mounting between the ...
 Jordan Times13 hours ago
India to review MFN status to Pakistan
The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, Sept. 28 -- Within days of ordering a review of the Indus Waters Treaty with Pakistan, New Delhi is set to take a hard look at the most favoured ...
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UPDATE 3-India-Pakistan tensions rise after Modi cancels trip
Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India arrives at the Hangzhou Exhibition Center to participate to G20 Summit, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China, September 4, 2016. REUTERS/Etienne Oliveau/Pool By Tommy Wilkes and Drazen Jorgic | NEW ...
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India to boycott Saarc meet in Pakistan, 3 nations may follow
India finally bit the bullet and decided late on Tuesday evening to boycott the forthcoming Saarc summit in Islamabad in November this year, citing cross-border attacks and interference by “one country” (Pakistan) in the internal affairs of Saarc member ...
 Asian Age17 hours ago
Pakistan may lose 'Most Favoured Nation' status from India
Pakistan may lose Most Favoured Nation status from India For latest breaking news, other top stories log on to: http://www.abplive.in
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Pakistan threatens "water war" with India if decades-old treaty violated
By Drazen Jorgic and Tommy Wilkes ISLAMABAD/NEW DELHI, Sep 27 (Reuters) Pakistan would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked the Indus Water Treaty regulating river flows between the two nations, Pakistan's top foreign official said on ...
 United News of India22 hours ago
Pakistan Today
Bangladesh pulls out of Saarc summit in Islamabad amid India-Pakistan row
Acting on its threat of diplomatically isolating Pakistan following the Uri attack for which it squarely blamed Pakistan, India has officially pulled out of the upcoming South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit due in ...
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India pulls out of SAARC summit as tensions rise with Pakistan
Statement issued blaming increase in cross-border terrorist attacks after assault that killed 18 Pakistani students burn a representation of an Indian flag in Peshawar. New Delhi: India on Tuesday pulled out of a key regional summit in Pakistan ...
 Gulf News13 hours ago
India exports software, Pakistan exports terror: Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday that India had been exporting software, while Pakistan had been exporting terror. Addressing a BJP meet in Kerala, he said he was speaking to Pakistani people directly in the wake of the recent terror attack on ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago
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Indus Waters Treaty is India's weapon against Pakistan: Harsh wake
I have no problem in admitting that I was confused by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s comment about maintaining the Indus Waters treaty despite the Uri terror attacks. The post Indus Waters Treaty is India’s weapon against Pakistan: Harsh wake-up call ...
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India to review Pakistan's Most Favoured Nation status
In the wake of the mounting tensions between India and Pakistan, India has decided to review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status given to Pakistan at a meeting, called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in New Deli on Thursday 29 September.
 Fresh Plaza42 minutes ago
India.com
Understanding Most Favoured Nation status between India and Pakistan
New Delhi, September 27 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to call a meeting to review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status given to Pakistan under the World Trade Organisation's General Agreement on Trade and Tariff (GATT). As the ...
 India.com1 day ago
India cannot revoke Indus Waters Treaty unilaterally: Pak lawyer
Soofi maintained that if the treaty is to end, a termination treaty has to be drafted by both India and Pakistan and then ratified by both
 Business Standard1 day ago
'Most Favoured Nation' status to Pakistan had little impact'
Even as India plans to review the Most Favoured Nation status in trade granted to Pakistan, India Inc said that MFN has made no difference to the "abysmally low" level of bilateral trade."India-Pakistan trade relations are abysmally low accounting for less ...
 Prokerala1 day ago
Pakistan says India can't suspend Indus Waters Treaty unilaterally
A day after India decided to revisit its Indus Waters Treaty with Pakistan, Islamabad today said New Delhi has no right to unilaterally separate itself from the 56-year-old agreement between the two countries. "According to the international law, India cannot ...
 India Today1 day ago
PM Narendra Modi to review `Most Favoured Nation` status India accorded to Pakistan in 1996
Updated: Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - 14:30 New Delhi: Weighing options to hit back at Pakistan for sponsoring terror in the wake of the Uri attack, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Thursday hold a meeting to review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status ...
 Zee News1 day ago
After India, three more countries pull out of Saarc Summit in Pakistan?
Pakistan has termed the boycott decision as "unfortunate". (Web Desk) Continuing its rhetoric and conspiracies to isolate Pakistan, the Indian media has claimed today (Wednesday) that Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan have joined India in ...
 Dunya News6 hours ago
India to review 'Most Favoured Nation' status given to Pak
After Indus Water Treaty, India will review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status given to Pakistan at a meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Thursday. The decisions to review the MFN, which was granted by India unilaterally in 1996, comes ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago
PM Modi calls for meet to review 'Most Favoured Nation' status to Pakistan
[India], Sept. 27 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for a review meeting of the 'Most Favoured Nation' status granted to Pakistan. The meeting will take place on September 29. It is expected that officials from the Ministry of External Affairs ...
 Sify1 day ago
IWT: Pakistan urges World Bank to stop India's projects on Neelum, Chenab rivers
Following its meeting with the international lender, The World Bank, on Tuesday on the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) issue, Pakistan has urged the bank to prevent India from making illegal constructions on the Neelum and Chenab rivers, embassy officials ...
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Bangladesh boycotts Saarc summit in Islamabad amid India-Pakistan row
DHAKA: After India said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not travel to Islamabad for the regional Saarc summit in November, Bangladesh has also decided to pull out of the upcoming meet. Sources said Afghanistan and Bhutan have also decided the ...
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Uri effect: India to review MFN status to Pakistan
Sartaz Aziz, the advisor to Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Foreign Affairs, asserted, Tuesday, that India can not go back on the Indus Water Treaty and said that both the countries are bound to follow what has been agreed upon by ...
 Equilibrio Informativo11 hours ago
Reuters: India-Pakistan tensions rise after Indian PM cancels trip
re: AFP New Delhi. Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader canceled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked a water treaty, Reuters reported. India ...
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​India boycotting SAARC Summit in Pakistan
India on Tuesday announced it will not attend the SAARC Summit in Islamabad in November, saying that regional cooperation and terror don't go together. Pakistan has termed the boycott decision as "unfortunate". India, the largest member of the ...
 Bdnews24.com18 hours ago
PM to review MFN status to Pakistan
After Indus water treaty, India will review the most favoured nation (MFN) status given to Pakistan at a meeting called by prime minister Narendra Modi here on Thursday. The decision to review the MFN, which was granted by India unilaterally in 1996, comes in ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 day ago
Pakistan approaches World Bank, ICJ over Indus Waters Treaty
Sartaj Aziz, Advisor to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Foreign Affairs. (Photo: AFP) Under the treaty, waters of Beas, Ravi, Sutlej, Indus, Chenab and Jhelum are to be shared between the two countries. Islamabad : Pakistan has approached the World ...
 Asian Age8 hours ago
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'If you stop water to Pakistan, you will flood J&K'
'In the last 55 years India and Pakistan have gone to wars, but nobody spoke about scrapping the Indus Waters Treaty.' IMAGE: A child stands near the Chenab river with the Baglihar hydroelectric project in Jammu and Kashmir. Photograph: Amit Gupta/Reuters The hawks in India feel Pakistan needs to be punished post the Uri attacks. Since war is unlikely, eyes are turning towards the over five-decade-old Indus Waters Treaty . The treaty, signed in 1960, has been the most successful treaty between ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
The Logical Indian
All You Need To Know About The Indus Water Treaty Between India And Pakistan
Pressure is mounting on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take some stern action against Pakistan post the cross-border Uri attack on September 18 that claimed the lives of 19 Indian soldiers. There's a clamour all over the media that one of the ...
 The Logical Indian1 day ago
DNA: Analysis of Indus water treaty between India and Pakistan
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Former J&K minister fears war with Pakistan if India dishonours Indus Waters Treaty
Former Jammu and Kashmir state water resource minister Taj Mohiuddin, on Friday, said that there is a possibility of a war breaking out between India and Pakistan, if India violates the 1960 Indus Waters Treaty The post Former J&K minister fears war with ...
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SC refuses urgent hearing on PIL on Indus Water Treaty
The Supreme Court today refused to grant an urgent hearing on a PIL seeking declaration of the India-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty as unconstitutional. "There is no urgency in the matter. It will come up for hearing in due course," a bench comprising ...
 Business Standard1 day ago
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Close all terrorist safe havens: US tells Pakistan
The United States has asked Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens and target all militant groups, including those that target neighbouring countries, after India made a strong pitch at the United Nations for isolating nations who nurture, paddle and export terror. "Our focus with Pakistan is to enhance their capability and to deal with terrorist threats on their soil. They are fighting a serious and sustained campaign against violent extremism," White House Deputy spokesperson Mark ...
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SC refuses urgent hearing of PIL on Indus Water Treaty
PIL seeks declaration of the India-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty as unconstitutional. New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday refused to grant an urgent hearing on a PIL seeking declaration of the India-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty as unconstitutional. "There is ...
 Asian Age2 days ago
PM Narendra Modi reviews Indus Water Treaty as India mulls options to corner Pakistan
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Monday, chaired a high-level meeting to discuss the Indus Water Treaty between India and Pakistan. The meeting at PM's official residence was attended by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar, PM's ...
 Zee News2 days ago
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Supreme Court refuses urgent hearing on PIL over Indus Water Treaty
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to grant an urgent hearing on a PIL seeking a declaration of the India-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty as unconstitutional. The post Supreme Court refuses urgent hearing on PIL over Indus Water Treaty appeared first on ...
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Rediff.com
Economic jihad: PM to review Most Favoured Nation status to Pak
PM Narendra Modi calls a meeting to review the Most-Favoured Nation status for Pakistan on Thursday. The PM will meet External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj and Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.   This comes a day after the PM held a high-level meet to review the Indus Water Treaty with Pakistan.The MFN status was accorded in 1996 as per Indias commitments as a member of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). According to the MFN principle of the WTOs General Agreement on Tariffs ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
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PM reviews Indus Water Treaty, India holds its breath
PM Narendra Modi chairs a meeting on the IndusWater Treaty. Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar, NSA Ajit Doval and PM's Principal Secretary Nripendra Mishra attend the meeting.The PM today held discussions on the five-decade-old Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan. Modi was also briefed by officials from various ministries including external affairs and water resources. He wants to discuss the pros and cons of any action on the 1960 water treaty that has survived two full-scale wars ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
India-Pakistan's Indus Water treaty a source of cooperation, not just conflict: UN
United Nations: The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived "two wars", a high-level UN official said underlining water also represents a source of cooperation and not just conflict. UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan ...
 Firstpost.com5 days ago
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The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived "two wars", a high-level UN official said underlining water also represents a source of cooperation and not just conflict. The post India-Pakistan’s Indus Water treaty a source of ...
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India.com
Indus Waters Treaty between India, Pakistan survived 2 wars
United Nations, Sep 23 : The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived two wars, a high- level UN official said underlining water also represents a source of cooperation and not just conflict. UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan ...
 India.com5 days ago
India-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty - Here`s all you need to know
The India-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty covers the water distribution and sharing rights of six rivers - Beas, Ravi, Sutlej, Indus, Chenab and Jhelum. The agreement was brokered by the World Bank.
 Zee News2 days ago
PM Modi May Hold Meeting On India-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty Today
The reports said that the meeting will look at the pros and cons of the treaty signed 56-years ago under which India and Pakistan share the waters from six rivers. The officials of the ministries of Water Resources and External Affairs denied any ...
 Jagran Post2 days ago
PM reviews Indus Water Treaty, says 'blood and water cannot flow together'
[India], Sept. 26 (ANI): Taking stock of the 56-year old Indus Water Treaty with Pakistan here on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said "blood and water cannot flow at the same time". India would expedite construction on three dams on the Chenab River, ...
 Sify2 days ago
SC refuses urgent hearing on Indus Water Treaty
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to grant an urgent hearing on a PIL seeking declaration of the IndiaPakistan Indus Water Treaty as unconstitutional. There is no urgency in the matter. It will come up for hearing in due course, a bench comprising Chief ...
 The Hindu2 days ago
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Will Indus Waters Treaty be abrogated? Here's why it's a key factor in India
The latest issue to crop up in the strained ties between India and Pakistan is the 1960 Indus Waters Treaty. The post Will Indus Waters Treaty be abrogated? Here’s why it’s a key factor in India-Pakistan ties appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com5 days ago
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No official confirmation on PM's meeting on Indus Water Treaty
The reports said that the meeting will look at the pros and cons of the treaty signed 56-years ago under which India and Pakistan share the waters from six rivers.
 Money Control2 days ago
DNA
PM Modi to chair meet to review Indus Waters treaty in response to Uri attack
After taking on Pakistan in strong words for exporting terror, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reportedly chair a high-level meeting the Indus Waters Treaty on Monday. According to reports, Modi will meet officials from External Affairs, Water Resources and ...
 DNA2 days ago
DNA
It can't be a one-sided affair: India on Indus Water treaty with Pakistan
Under the Indus Water Treaty signed in 1960, Beas, Ravi, Sutlej, Indus, Chenab and Khelum were to be shared between India and Pakistan.
 DNA5 days ago
Indus Water Treaty: Mutual trust, cooperation between both sides important, says India
[India], Sept. 22 (ANI): Amid increasing speculations that India may revisit the 1960 Indus Water Treaty with Pakistan in the wake of the Uri terror attack, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Vikas Swarup on Thursday said any such treaties to ...
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Post Uri attack: India to rethink Indus Water Treaty with Pakistan
New Delhi: After having slammed Pakistan for the Uri attack, India is now considering the possibility of revisiting the Indus Waters Treaty, which it signed with Pakistan in 1960. Vikas Swarup, Spokesperson, External Affairs Ministry, said "I am sure you are ...
 Sify5 days ago
India to revisit Indus Waters Treaty with Pakistan?
With New Delhi launching a diplomatic blitz against Islamabad following Sunday's cross-border terror attack on an army base in Kashmir, there seems a possibility of India revisiting the Indus Waters Treaty that was signed with Pakistan in 1960."I am sure you ...
 Prokerala6 days ago
India hints at review of 1960 Indus treaty
India on Thursday handed out a veiled threat —- without saying so openly —— that it could consider reviewing the Indus Water Treaty of 1960 in the wake of Pakistan using terrorism as an instrument of its state policy. This would mean that water could be ...
 Asian Age5 days ago
India, Pakistan need to restrain
The India-Pakistan bonhomie that had started 27 months ago when Narendra Modi was sworn in as India's prime minister has completely evaporated. Instead, the saree-and-shawl diplomacy that had initially characterised the two nuclear armed neighbors ...
 Arab News6 days ago
MFN status to India: Pakistan's own interest to be safeguarded prior to decision, National Assembly informed
Home » Cotton & Textiles » Pakistan November 25, 2011 The National Assembly was informed on Thursday that as member of World Trade Organisation (WTO), Pakistan has given Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to all its trading partners sans India ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago
'Indus Waters Treaty between India, Pakistan survived 2 wars'
United Nations, Sep 23: The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived "two wars", a high- level UN official said underlining water also represents a source of cooperation and not just conflict. UN Deputy Secretary-General ...
 Oneindia5 days ago
‘Indus Waters Treaty between India, Pakistan survived 2 years’
The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived two wars, a high-level UN official said underlining water also represents a source of cooperation and not just conflict. UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliassons remarks at a General ...
 Business Line5 days ago
Indus Water Treaty: Will India use it as ammo against Pakistan after Uri attack?
Amid heightened tensions with Pakistan, India on Thursday did not rule out revisiting the Indus Waters Treaty that was signed with Islamabad in 1960. "I am sure you are aware that there are differences between India and Pakistan on the implementation of the ...
 Zee News5 days ago
PM Modi may not attend Saarc summit in Pakistan
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is unlikely to visit Islamabad for the Saarc summit following the ghastly Pakistan-sponsored terror attack at the Army base in Kashmir’s Uri. With this, Pakistan is suddenly facing a disadvantage diplomatically as the attack has ...
 Asian Age1 week ago
Indias Pakistan policy comes home to roost
The terrorist attack on the Indian Army base camp at Uri in the early hours of Sunday gives a sickening feeling that the asymmetric war with Pakistan, which began tapering off a year ago, is restarting. What has happened to our Pakistan policy? Here is ...
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SAARC Summit likely to be a non-starter after Bhutan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan also pull out
US asks India and Pakistan to resolve their differences through dialogue, not violence
 Business Standard6 hours ago
Modi not to attend SAARC Summit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not attend the SAARC Summit in Islamabad in November amidst heightened tension between India and Pakistan. Announcing the decision tonight, India said that "one country" has created an environment that is not conducive to the ...
 Deccan Herald21 hours ago
Rediff.com
What's all this talk about the Indus Water Treaty?
Aditi Phadnis's simple explainer to the Indus Water Treaty. IMAGE: The Indus river in Gilgit. Photograph: Akhtar Soomro/Reuters What does the Indus Water Treaty involve? Signed in 1960 after 10 years of negotiation, the Indus Water Treaty has stood the test of political tensions better than everything else India and Pakistan have negotiated. Who is involved? As in all other matters in the subcontinent, this is a marriage involving three countries -- China, India and Pakistan. The Indus and the ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
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'Blood and water can't flow together': PM Modi on Indus Water Treaty
New Delhi: Taking stock of the 56-year old Indus Water Treaty with Pakistan here on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said "blood and water cannot flow at the same time". India would expedite construction on three dams on the Chenab River, named Pakul Dul, ...
 Sify2 days ago
No official confirmation of PM calling meeting on Indus water treaty
There were reports last night that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called a meeting on Monday on Indus water treaty but there was no official confirmation of that. The reports said that the meeting will look at the pros and cons of the treaty signed 56-years ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago
Revoking of Indus Water Treaty will be treated as 'act of war': Sartaj Aziz
[Pakistan], Sept. 27 (ANI): Advisor to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Tuesday warned India that if it revokes the Indus Water Treaty, Islamabad would treat it as "an act of war", adding that such a step would "provide ...
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Close all terror safe havens: US asks Pak
The US has asked Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens and target all militant groups, including those that target neighbouring countries, after India made a strong pitch at the UN for isolating nations who nurture, paddle and export terror. “Our ...
 The Financial Chronicle19 hours ago
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PM Modi not to attend SAARC Summit in Islamabad
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not attend the SAARC Summit in Islamabad in November amidst heightened tension between India and Pakistan. Announcing the decision, India said that “one country” has created an environment that is not conducive to ...
 Asia Net India20 hours ago
SC refuses urgent hearing on PIL against Indus Water Treaty
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to grant an urgent hearing on a PIL seeking declaration of the Indus Water Treaty between India and Pakistan unconstitutional. "There is no urgency in the matter. It will come up for hearing in due course," a bench ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago
Rediff.com
Blood and water cannot flow together: PM Modi on Indus Water Treaty
"Blood and water cannot flow together," Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday as he chaired a review meeting of 56-year-old Indus Water Treaty during which it was decided that India will "exploit to the maximum" the water of Pakistan-controlled rivers, including Jhelum, as per the water sharing pact. Held amidst heightened tension between the India and Pakistan, the meeting also decided to set up a inter- ministerial task forces to go into the details and working of the treaty with a ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
Modi reviews Indus water treaty, says blood and water cannot flow together
"Blood and water cannot flow together," Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today as he chaired a review meeting of 56-year-old Indus Water Treaty during which it was decided that India will "exploit to the maximum" the water of Pakistan-controlled rivers, ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago
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PM Modi chairs meeting on Indus Waters Treaty
New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday chaired a meeting on the Indus Waters Treaty, attended by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar, that is viewed as a significant move amid the heightened tensions with ...
 Sify2 days ago
PM Modi to take stock of Indus Water Treaty today
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take stock of the 56-year old Indus Water Treaty in New Delhi today, where top officials from various Ministries including External Affairs and Water Resources are expected to brief the Prime Minister on the pact.
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South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. Posted 28 Sep 2016 21:00 ...
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South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. ...
 Reuters Africa40 minutes ago
South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives at the ASEAN Summit in Vientiane, Laos September 7, 2016. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun KATHMANDU A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have ...
 Reuters UK42 minutes ago
South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. ...
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SAARC summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. ...
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South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. ...
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SAARC summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. ...
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South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. ...
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India to boycott SAARC summit in Pakistan: officials
NEW DELHI, Sept. 28 (Xinhua) -- India has decided to boycott the upcoming regional meeting South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) summit in Pakistan, officials said. The summit is scheduled to be held in Pakistan in November this ...
 Xinhua News Agency3 hours ago
India to boycott SAARC summit in Pakistan: officials
Contributed by NAMPA / Xinhua. NEW DELHI, Sept. 28 (Xinhua) -- India has decided to boycott the upcoming regional meeting South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) summit in Pakistan, officials said. The summit is scheduled to be ...
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Difficulty in doing business: How India compares with Pakistan, China? Check out this simple chart
The improvement India witnessed in this index is indeed remarkable. However, a more important ranking to watch out for is the ease of doing business The post Difficulty in doing business: How India compares with Pakistan, China? Check out this simple chart ...
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India to review Most Favoured Nation status given to Pakistan
India has decided to review the Most Favoured Nation, (MFN) status that it has granted to Pakistan, India's official broadcaster - All India Radio (AIR) said Tuesday. The status will be reviewed by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a ...
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India-Pakistan tensions rise after Modi cancels trip
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi New Delhi/Islamabad: Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India Prime Minister Narendra Modicancelled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" ...
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Pakistan isolated: After India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Afghanistan pull out of SAARC Summit
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on 27 September announced that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will skip the SAARC summit in Islamabad due to strained relations with Pakistan. "In the prevailing circumstances, the Government of India is unable to ...
 catchnews.com7 hours ago
Pakistan warns of 'water war' with India if decades-old treaty violated
By Drazen Jorgic and Tommy Wilkes ISLAMABAD/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Pakistan would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked the Indus Water Treaty regulating river flows between the two nations, Pakistan's top foreign official said on Tuesday. ...
 Business Insider8 hours ago
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Pakistan approaches World Bank after India reviews Indus Waters Treaty
Pakistan on Tuesday approached the World Bank amid reports that India could revoke the 56-year-old Indus Water Treaty. The post Pakistan approaches World Bank after India reviews Indus Waters Treaty appeared first on Firstpost .
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Reuters
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Modi cancels trip
Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader cancelled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked a water treaty. India blames Pakistan for a deadly assault on an army base ...
 Reuters10 hours ago
India to boycott Saarc Summit in Islamabad, Pakistan says 'unfortunate'
The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, Sept. 28 -- India on Tuesday announced it will not attend the Saarc Summit in Islamabad in November, saying that regional cooperation and terror ...
 HT Syndication10 hours ago
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Modi cancels trip
NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD- Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader cancelled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked a water treaty. India blames Pakistan for ...
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Panel discussion on 'Most Favoured Nation' status India accorded to Pakistan in 1996
Panel discussion on 'Most Favoured Nation' status India accorded to Pakistan
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Pakistan warns of 'water war' with India if decades-old treaty violated
Reuters ISLAMABAD/NEW DELHI Pakistan would treat it as 'an act of war' if India revoked the Indus Water Treaty regulating river flows between the two nations, Pakistan's top foreign official said on Tuesday. India on Tuesday summoned Pakistan's ...
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India-Pakistan tensions rise after Modi cancels trip
Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India arrives at the Hangzhou Exhibition Center to participate to G20 Summit, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China, September 4, 2016. REUTERS/Etienne Oliveau/Pool By Tommy Wilkes and Drazen Jorgic | NEW ...
 Reuters UK15 hours ago
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Indian PM cancels trip
By Tommy Wilkes and Drazen Jorgic NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader canceled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India ...
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India-Pakistan tensions rise after Modi cancels trip
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives for meeting with his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc (not pictured) at the Government office in Hanoi, Vietnam September 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kham NEW DELHI Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not ...
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India-Pakistan tensions rise after Indian PM cancels trip
By Tommy Wilkes and Drazen Jorgic NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader canceled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India ...
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India-Pakistan tensions rise after Modi cancels trip
By Tommy Wilkes and Drazen Jorgic NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader cancelled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India ...
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Pakistan warns of water war with India if treaty violated
Reuters/Islamabad/New Delhi Pakistan would treat it as an act of war if India revoked the Indus Water Treaty regulating river flows between the two nations, Pakistan's top foreign official said yesterday. Tension has been mounting between the ...
 Gulf Times17 hours ago
Yahoo! UK and Ireland
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Modi cancels trip
By Tommy Wilkes and Drazen Jorgic NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader cancelled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland17 hours ago
Livemint.com
India to review MFN status to Pakistan
PM Modi to chair meeting on Thursday to revisit most-favoured nation status given to neighbour under international trade rules New Delhi: Within days of ordering a review of the Indus Waters Treaty with Pakistan, New Delhi is set to take a hard look ...
 Livemint.com18 hours ago
Christian Science Monitor
Are India and Pakistan on the verge of a water war?
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said earlier this week that his nation may speed the construction of new hydropower plants along three rivers that flow into Pakistan a move that would certainly be harmful for Pakistan. Kashmiri boatmen extract ...
 Christian Science Monitor19 hours ago
Pakistan warns of "water war" with India if decades-old treaty violated
left right Kashmiri boatmen extract sand from the Jhelum river in Srinagar, September 26, 2016. REUTERS/Danish Ismail 1/2 left right Sartaj Aziz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Islamabad, Pakistan July 1, 2016. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood/Files 2/2 By ...
 Reuters22 hours ago
South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. Afghanistan, ...
 Today Online19 minutes ago
South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. ...
 SRN News32 minutes ago
South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. Afghanistan, Bangladesh, ...
 Brief Report.co.uk32 minutes ago
South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU ( ) - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. Afghanistan, ...
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South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday.
 Libya Today38 minutes ago
SAARC summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. ...
 Yahoo! Singapore46 minutes ago
South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. ...
 Yahoo! Singapore46 minutes ago
South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. ...
 Yahoo! News49 minutes ago
South Asia summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A summit of South Asian leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. ...
 Metro.us50 minutes ago
India to review MFN status to Pakistan
The meeting will be attended by senior officials, including those from the External Affairs and Commerce ministries. The meeting follows India's decision on Monday to revisit the 56 years old Indus Waters Treaty with Pakistan, in the wake of the ...
 Sahara Samay.com1 day ago
India to review Most Favoured Nation status given to Pakistan
Contributed by NAMPA / Xinhua. NEW DELHI, Sept. 27 (Xinhua)-- India has decided to review the Most Favoured Nation, (MFN) status that it has granted to Pakistan, India's official broadcaster - All India Radio (AIR) said Tuesday. The status will ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 day ago
India cannot revoke Indus Waters Treaty unilaterally: Pak lawyer
[Pakistan], Sept. 27 (ANI): Ahmer Bilal Soofi, Pakistan's former law minister, president Research Society of International Law and an advocate in the Supreme Court on the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT), has said that India has no legal competence under the treaty ...
 Sify1 day ago
India to review MFN status to Pakistan
Tightening the screws on Pakistan further, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has convened a meeting on Thursday to review the Most Favoured Nation status to the neighbour, sources said here.The meeting will be attended by senior officials, including those from the ...
 Prokerala1 day ago
APN News
India to review Most Favoured Nation status given to Pakistan
Previous story: Petition to Declare Pak a Sponsor of Terrorism Crosses 1 Lakh Signatures Next story: Water level of Godavari river rises sharply at Bhadrachalam; high alert sounded in Khammam India has decided to review the Most Favoured ...
 APN News1 day ago
First Post.com
US asks Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens after India's anti
The US has asked Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens and target all militant groups, including those that target neighbouring countries, after India made a strong pitch at the UN for isolating nations who nurture, paddle and export terror. The post US ...
 First Post.com1 day ago
India to boycott SAARC summit in Pakistan: officials
Source:Xinhua Published: 2016/9/28 18:09:32 India has decided to boycott the upcoming regional meeting South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) summit in Pakistan, officials said. The summit is scheduled to be held in Pakistan in ...
 Global Times3 hours ago
India to boycott SAARC summit in Pakistan: officials
India has decided to boycott the upcoming regional meeting South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) summit in Pakistan, officials said. The summit is scheduled to be held in Pakistan in November this year and Indian Prime Minister ...
 China.org.cn4 hours ago
India to review MFN status to Pakistan on Thursday
India will review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status given to Pakistan at a meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday.
 The Hindu1 day ago
First Post.com
Indus Waters Treaty, the Tulbul project and its implications on India-Pakistan relations
New Delhi had in 2012 indicated seeking international arbitration under Indus Waters Treaty The post Indus Waters Treaty, the Tulbul project and its implications on India-Pakistan relations appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 day ago
India to review 'Most Favoured Nation' status to Pakistan
The PM will hold the meeting on Thursday. KV Prasad Tribune News Service New Delhi, September 27 Prime Minister Narendra Modi will review India's unilateral granting of the 'Most Favoured Nation' (MFN) status to Pakistan under the WTO ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 day ago
Pakistan warns of "water war" with India if decades-old treaty violated
Pakistan would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked the Indus Water Treaty regulating river flows between the two nations, Pakistan's top foreign official said on Tuesday. Tension has been mounting between the nuclear-armed neighbours since ...
 Bdnews24.com9 hours ago
India failed in trying to isolate Pakistan: Sartaj Aziz
"This House condemns the statement of Indian PM Narendra Modi on Indus Water Treaty and of Indian external affairs minister at the UN General Assembly that Kashmir was an integral part of India", the resolution read. PM Narendra Modi praised ...
 Equilibrio Informativo11 hours ago
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Indian PM cancels trip
NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD - Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader canceled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked a water treaty. India blames Pakistan for ...
 Today Online14 hours ago
News India Times
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Indian Modi cancels trip
Reuters Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader canceled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as an act of war if India revoked a water treaty. India blames Pakistan for a deadly ...
 News India Times14 hours ago
SRN News
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Indian PM cancels trip
Enlarge By Tommy Wilkes and Drazen Jorgic NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader canceled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as an act of war if ...
 SRN News16 hours ago
India to review MFN status to Pakistan
New Delhi, Sept 27: Seeking to step up pressure on Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called a meeting on Thursday to review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status accorded to the neighbour, informed sources said here. They said the ...
 SentinelAssam.com17 hours ago
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Indian PM cancels trip
Share This NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader canceled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked a water treaty. ...
 Libya Today17 hours ago
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Indian PM cancels trip
By Tommy Wilkes and Drazen Jorgic NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader canceled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India ...
 Yahoo! News17 hours ago
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Indian PM cancels trip
By Tommy Wilkes and Drazen Jorgic NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader canceled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked ...
 Metro.us17 hours ago
Yahoo! Singapore
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Modi cancels trip
By Tommy Wilkes and Drazen Jorgic NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader cancelled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India ...
 Yahoo! Singapore17 hours ago
India-Pakistan tensions rise after Modi cancels trip
By Tommy Wilkes and Drazen Jorgic NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Tensions between India and Pakistan rose on Tuesday as India's leader cancelled a visit to a regional summit and Islamabad warned it would treat it as "an act of war" if India ...
 Sharenet17 hours ago
India-West
India to Boycott SAARC Summit in Islamabad, Pakistan Says 'Unfortunate'
NEW DELHI India announced Sept. 27 it will not attend the SAARC Summit in Islamabad in November, saying that regional cooperation and terror don't go together. Pakistan has termed the boycott decision as "unfortunate. India, the largest ...
 India-West18 hours ago
Bangladesh boycotts SAARC summit in Islamabad amid India-Pakistan row
Bangladesh is boycotting the SAARC summit in Islamabad in November amid a diplomatic war between India and Pakistan following the terrorist attacks on an Indian army base in Kashmir. A foreign ministry official told bdnews24.com that they had ...
 Bdnews24.com18 hours ago
Pakistan warns of water war with India if decades-old treaty violated
Share This Tags ISLAMABAD/NEW DELHI (Reuters) Pakistan would treat it as "an act of war" if India revoked the Indus Water Treaty regulating river flows between the two nations, Pakistan's ...
 Libya Today22 hours ago
Pakistan threatens to approach ICJ if India 'violates' Indus Water Treaty
Karachi [Pakistan], Sept. 27 (ANI): Advisor to the Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Tuesday asserted that Islamabad will approach the International Court of Justice if
 Calcutta News.Net1 day ago
One India
'Most Favoured Nation' status to Pakistan had little impact'
New Delhi, Sep 27: Even as India plans to review the Most Favoured Nation status in trade granted to Pakistan, India Inc said that MFN has made no difference to the "abysmally low" level of bilateral trade."India-Pakistan trade relations are abysmally ...
 One India1 day ago
Pakistan threatens to approach ICJ if India 'violates' Indus Water Treaty
Karachi [Pakistan], Sept. 27 (ANI): Advisor to the Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Tuesday asserted that Islamabad will approach the International Court of Justice if
 Mumbai News.Net1 day ago
US asks Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens
The US has asked Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens and target all militant groups, including those that target neighbouring countries, after India made a strong pitch at the UN for isolating nations who nurture, paddle and export terror. "Our focus with Pakistan is to enhance their capability and to deal with terrorist threats on their soil. They are fighting a serious and sustained campaign against violent extremism," White House Deputy spokesperson Mark Toner said. "We do believe ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
First Post.com
PM Modi chairs high-level meet on India-Pakistan Indus Waters Treaty
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday chaired a meeting to review the Indus Water treaty with Pakistan amidst heightened tension between the two countries. The post PM Modi chairs high-level meet on India-Pakistan Indus Waters Treaty appeared first on ...
 First Post.com2 days ago
SC refuses urgent hearing on PIL Indus Water Treaty
The PIL was seeking declaration of the India-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty as unconstitutional
 Business Standard2 days ago
SC refuses urgent hearing of PIL on India-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to grant an urgent hearing on a PIL seeking declaration of the India-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty as unconstitutional. "There is no urgency in the matter. It will come up for hearing in due course," a bench comprising Chief ...
 Zee News2 days ago
Money Control
SC refuses urgent hearing on PIL on Indus Water Treaty
The Supreme Court today refusedto grant an urgent hearing on a PIL seeking declaration of theIndia-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty as unconstitutional.
 Money Control2 days ago
Money Today
MFN or not, India-Pakistan trade remains abysmally low, says Assocham
Amid reports that India is considering withdrawal of most favoured nation (MFN) status to Pakistan in the wake of the Uri terror attack, Assocham on Sunday said the special privilege has not made much of a difference as trade between the two remains ...
 Money Today3 days ago
Livemint.com
MFN or not, India-Pakistan trade remains abysmally low: Assocham
Out of India's total merchandise trade of $641 billion in 2015-16, Pakistan accounted for a meagre $2.67 billion New Delhi: Amid reports that India is considering withdrawal of most favoured nation (MFN) status to Pakistan in the wake of the Uri ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago
PM to review Indus Waters Treaty today
In an indication that the government was weighing extreme diplomatic actions against Pakistan in the wake of the terror attack on an Army camp in Uri, Kashmir, last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to chair a meeting on the Indus Waters Treaty ...
 The Hindu2 days ago
SC refuses urgent hearing on PIL Indus Water Treaty
The Supreme Court today refusedto grant an urgent hearing on a PIL seeking declaration of theIndia-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty as unconstitutional.
 Money Control2 days ago
Indus Waters Treaty between India, Pakistan survived 2 wars: UN Deputy Secretary-General
Eliasson noted that by 2050, the world population could rise to nine billion, who will share the finite resource of water
 Business Standard5 days ago
Will Indus Waters Treaty be abrogated? Here's why it's a key factor in India-Pakistan ties
The latest issue to crop up in the strained ties between India and Pakistan is the 1960 Indus Waters Treaty. India on Thursday made it clear that "mutual trust and cooperation" was important for such a treaty to work. The assertion came amid ...
 Firstpost.com5 days ago
'Indus Waters Treaty between India, Pakistan survived 2 wars'
UNITED NATIONS: The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived "two wars", a high- level UN official said underlining water also represents a source of cooperation and not just conflict. UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan ...
 Economic Times5 days ago
'Indus Waters Treaty between India, Pakistan survived 2 wars'
From Yoshita Singh United Nations, Sep 23 (PTI) The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived "two wars", a high- level UN official said underlining water also represents a source of cooperation and not just conflict. UN ...
 Press Trust of India5 days ago
Financial Express
Indus Waters Treaty between India, Pakistan survived 2 wars
The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived "two wars", a high- level UN official said underlining water also represents a source of cooperation and not just conflict. India yesterday made it clear that "mutual trust and ...
 Financial Express5 days ago
'Indus Waters Treaty between India, Pakistan survived 2 wars'
The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived "two wars", a high- level UN official said underlining water also represents a source of cooperation and not just conflict. UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson's remarks at a ...
 Business Standard5 days ago
Indian Express
Indus Waters Treaty between India, Pakistan survived two wars: UN official
UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson's remarks came at a General Assembly high-level side event on "water as a source of peace". The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived two wars, a high-level UN official said ...
 Indian Express5 days ago
Indus Waters Treaty between India, Pakistan survived 2 wars
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 23: The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived two wars, a high- level UN official said underlining water also represents a source of cooperation and not just conflict. UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan ...
 Daily Excelsior.com4 days ago
'Indus Waters Treaty between India, Pakistan survived 2 wars'
United Nations, Sep 23: The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived "two wars", a high- level UN official said underlining water also represents a source of cooperation and not just conflict. UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson's ...
 One India5 days ago
Millennium Post
'Indus Waters Treaty between India, Pakistan survived 2 wars'
23 September 2016, United Nations, Agencies The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan has survived "two wars", a high- level UN official said underlining water also represents a source of cooperation and not just conflict. ...
 Millennium Post5 days ago
Saarc Summit likely to be a non-starter after Bhutan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan also pull out
US asks India and Pakistan to resolve their differences through dialogue, not violence
 Business Standard2 hours ago
Modi not to attend SAARC Summit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not attend the SAARC Summit in Islamabad in November amidst heightened tension between India and Pakistan.
 Money Control21 hours ago
Modi not to attend SAARC Summit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not attend the SAARC Summit in Islamabad in November amidst heightened tension between India and Pakistan. Announcing the decision tonight, India said that "one country" has created an environment that is not ...
 Business Standard21 hours ago

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