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Defiant Giriraj Singh stands by his Pak remark but BJP dissociates itself from him
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Defiant Giriraj Singh stands by his Pak remark but BJP dissoci...

Sources said BJP president Rajnath Singh had expressed his disapproval and reminded that such remarks have no place in a healthy democracy. (PTI File Photo) The BJP on Sunday dissociated itself from its Bihar party leader Giriraj Singh's remarks ... Indian Express, 34 minutes ago
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Red-faced BJP Raps Bihar Loudmouth for 'Go to Pak' Quip New Indian Express, 3 hours ago

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US slams attack on senior Pak journalist

WASHINGTON - The United States has condemned the vicious attack on GEO TV anchor Hamid Mir in Karachi on Saturday, terming it the latest in a series of worrisome attacks on journalists in Pakistan. Freedom of the Press, including ensuring that ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 hours ago Senior Pak journalist shot at in Karachi  Financial Express15 hours ago Senior Pak scribe shot at  The Statesman1 day ago Top Pak TV show host Hamid Mir shot at, says ISI behind attack  Hindustan Times1 day ago
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Pak not considering granting MFN status to India

Islamabad, Apr. 21 (ANI): Pakistan is not considering granting Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India, a senior minister has said. In an interview with Arab News in Riyadh, Commerce Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan said Pakistan does not talk ...
 TruthDive48 minutes ago Pak postpones talks with India on MFN status till new govt forms  Business Standard1 week ago Pak defers talks on granting MFN status to India till after Lok Sabha elections  Business Standard1 week ago

Pak: Musharraf must undergo angiography, advise doctors

Pakistan's embattled former military dictator General Pervez Musharraf has been advised to undergo an angiography by doctors who examined him at his residence in Karachi on Sunday.
 First Post.com3 hours ago Pak court rejects Musharraf's plea against prosecutor  Business Standard2 days ago Pak court rejects Musharraf's petition challenging prosecutor's appointment  New Kerala2 days ago Pak court rejects Musharrafs petition challenging prosecutors appointment  Big News Network2 days ago
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Panel to probe attack on Pak journo

Press Trust of India Islamabad, 20 April Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today decided to form a three-member judicial commission to inquire into the attempt on the life of leading TV journalist Hamid Mir and also announced a reward of Rs ...
 The Statesman9 hours ago PTI - PAK-JOURNO - PM Sharif forms panel to probe attack on senior Pak journo  Namibia Press Agency17 hours ago Hamid Mir stable after attack; Pak PM summons high level meeting  IBN Live1 day ago PM Sharif forms panel to probe attack on senior Pak journalist  Deepika Global38 minutes ago
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Anti-Modi people will have to go to Pak: Giriraj

Bihar's BJP leader Giriraj Singh has stirred up a controversy saying that those opposing the party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi would have to go to Pakistan after the Lok Sabha elections. "Those opposing Narendra Modi are looking ...
 IBNLive India News17 hours ago BJP disapproves of Giriraj Singh`s `Modi critics go to Pak` remark, Cong wants him jailed  Zee News23 hours ago No Place in India for Modi Critics, They Will Only Have Place in Pak: BJP Leader  Outlook1 day ago Modi critics rightful place in Pak: Giriraj  Bangalore Mirror1 day ago

PTI - PAK-LD ACCIDENT - (Updating with fresh inputs) 42 killed in road accident in south Pakistan

PAK-LD ACCIDENT - (Updating with fresh inputs) 42 killed in road accident in south Pakistan Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Karachi, Apr 20 (PTI) At least 42 people, 27 of them women and children, were killed and 17 others injured today when a ...
 Namibia Press Agency16 hours ago PTI - PAK-ACCIDENT - 42 killed in road accident in south Pakistan  Namibia Press Agency21 hours ago 14 children, 13 women among Pak crash victims  The Gulf Today6 hours ago 42 killed in road accident in S Pak  New Delhi Pioneer9 hours ago

Will BJP send Advani, Lalu, Mamata to Pak, asks Cong

NEW DELHI, APR 20 (IANS) : Published on 20 Apr. 2014 11:30 PM IST ...
 Nagaland Post7 hours ago
Space View Times

Smuggling of Pak-printed fake currency notes to India increases

New Delhi : Smuggling of Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) from abroad has shown an increase prompting financial intelligence agencies to keep a strict watch anticipating surge with Lok Sabha elections round the corner. The Directorate of Revenue ...
 Space View Times8 hours ago
The Freepress Journal

Indian naval ship to hold drills with Chinese, Pak vessels

An Indian naval ship today arrived at the Chinese port of Qingdao to take part in rare naval exercises with vessels from China, Pakistan and other nations. INS Shivalik, an indigenously built stealth frigate has been invited by the Peoples Liberation Army ...
 Deccan Herald15 hours ago INS Shivalik to hold drills with Chinese, Pak vessels  Economic Times15 hours ago Indian navy to hold drills with Chinese, Pak vessels  The Freepress Journal1 hour ago
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