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War of words intensifies; India tells Pak to get out of denial mode over terror

War of words intensifies; India tells Pak to get out of denial...

India on Friday asked Pakistan not to remain in a "denial" mode regarding its support to cross-border terrorism as the war of words between the two countries intensified. In his latest response to his Pakistani counterpart Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry's fresh invitation of August 19 for talks, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar once again emphasised on the need for earliest possible vacation of Islamabad's illegal occupation of PoK and conveyed that not just India but the larger region is aware that ..., 24 minutes ago

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'Despite hiked fee, no drop in number of H1B, L1 visas issued'

Despite a recent steep hike in fee, there is no drop in the number of visas issued to Indian professionals by the US government, a top US official said. Michele Bond, Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs, also said Hyderabad consulate ...
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Pravasis used to come to PBD, click selfies, eat food and go... not any more: Sushma

There was no concrete outcome from the 13 Pravasi Bhartia Divas (PBD) India hosted between 2003 and 2015 to connect with the diaspora and government aims to reverse it by making the platform outcome-driven from its next edition, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said. The PBD was launched by the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government in 2003 to step up India's engagement with its 25 million diaspora and annual congregation of NRIs and Persons of India origins had continued as an ...
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'Narsingh would have won the silver if he had competed in Rio'

- 'There is no fault on part of the federation. NADA is the final authority on doping in India, they gave Narsingh clearance.' - 'UWW gave its nod for Narsingh's participation, IOC gave its approval. After getting these two approvals, how could we have stopped Narsingh from going to Rio?' Continuing to back dope-tainted wrestler Narsingh Yadav, a top Wrestling Federation of India official on Friday claimed the 74-kg freestyle wrestler would have clinched the silver medal had he taken part in ...
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Pak HRC asks government to ensure safety of Indian prisoner

An Indian man who is serving a three-year sentence in Pakistan for illegally entering the country faces "threats" to his life in prison, Pakistan Human Rights Commission has said and asked the government to ensure his safety. Hamid Nehal Ansari, ...
 Business Standard1 hour ago

Myneni one win away from US Open main draw

India's Saketh Myneni is one win away from making the singles main draw of the US Open after advancing to the third and final qualifying round with a 7-6(6), 6-4 victory over local lad Mitchell Krueger, in New York.Ranked 143rd in the world, he takes on Pedja Krstin of Serbia next, with a chance to make it to the singles main draw of a Grand Slam for the first time in his career. The big-serving Indian had lost in the third qualifying round at the Australian Open and in the second round of the ...
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Indian Super League season 3 to begin from October 1

The opening game is scheduled in Guwahati between North East United FC and Kerala Blasters FC Mumbai, Aug 26: Season-3 of the Indian Super League (ISL) football would be held from October 1 to December 18, with the opening game scheduled in Guwahati and the ...
 Business Line2 hours ago ISL to be held from Oct 1 to Dec 18  Business Standard2 hours ago Indian Super League (ISL) 2016 to start on October 1 in Guwahati  One India3 hours ago FC Goa to train in Rio de Janeiro ahead of season  Rediff.com1 day ago

'Many Bangladeshis anti-India due to ties with Awami League'

Several Bangladeshis are "anti-India" due to New Delhi's close ties with the ruling Awami League, a key advisor to opposition BNP chief Khaleda Zia has said while asking the Indian government to build relations with the people of Bangladesh and not ...
 Business Standard2 hours ago Bangladeshis 'anti-India' because of Awami League  Sify3 hours ago

The Haji Ali Dargah ruling: Bombay High Court’s verdict is a win for Indian women

The Haji Ali Dargah mufits argue that just as it is not allowed for women to get close to a living male saint, similarly it is a “grave sin” to visit the grave or the inner sanctum of a male saint. The post The Haji Ali Dargah ruling: Bombay High ...
 First Post.com2 hours ago 'Islam is not exclusively for men; it's for men and women'  Rediff.com4 hours ago 'I won't apologise, come what may'  Rediff.com1 day ago

Leander Paes-Andre Begemann progress to semis after knocking out top seeds in Winston-Salem

Winston-Salem: Indian tennis icon Leander Paes and his German partner Andre Begemann knocked out top seeds Lukasz Kubot and Nenad Zimonjic in straight sets to storm into the semi-finals of the ATP Winston-Salem Open. The unseeded Indo-German pair upset the ...
 First Post.com2 hours ago Paes-Begemann shock top seeds in Winston-Salem  Rediff.com6 hours ago Leander Paes, Andre Begemann Knock Out Top Seeds in Winston-Salem  News on Air38 minutes ago
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