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US NSA visits Pakistan: Susan Rice discusses bilateral, region...

A statement by Sharif's office said the meeting 'focused on matters of bilateral interest and the future of Pakistan-US relations.' ISLAMABAD: US National Security AdvisorSusan Rice today discussed with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif bilateral issues ... Economic Times, 35 minutes ago

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PM Narendra Modi salutes 1965 martyrs, Lal Bahadur Shastri

Narendra Modi on Sunday paid tributes to all those who played a role in India's victory in the 1965 war against Pakistan, then prime minister Lal Bahadur Shastri included. NEW DELHI: Prime MinisterNarendra Modi on Sunday paid tributes to all those who played ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago PM salutes 1965 martyrs, Shastri  Business Standard2 hours ago Nitish kumar, Sonia attack Modi at Patna rally  Mathrubhumi22 minutes ago Narendra Modi salutes 1965 martyrs,Lal Bahadur Shastri  One India31 minutes ago

US national security adviser discusses militant attacks in Pakistan talks

(Refiles to add full title of security adviser) By Kay Johnson ISLAMABAD, Aug 30 (Reuters) - U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice met Pakistan's prime minister on Sunday to press concerns over attacks launched by militants based in Pakistan, ...
 AlertNet28 minutes ago Dear India, your policy on Pakistan is utterly obsolete  DAWN Group2 days ago U.S. national security adviser discusses militant attacks in Pakistan talks  Reuters5 minutes ago Canceled India-Pakistan security adviser meeting halts progress  Nikkei Asian Review4 days ago
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Pakistan will forgive tainted trio if they win World T20 2016, says Shoaib Akhtar

Former Pakistan speedster Shoaib Akhtar on Sunday came in support of tainted trio -- Salman Butt, Muhammad Asif and Muhammad Amir -- by indicating that the banned cricketers should be given a second chance. Last Updated: Sunday, August 30, 2015 - 14:51 Zee ...
 Zee News31 minutes ago Win World T20 and Pakistan will forgive you: Shoaib Akhtar to tainted trio  The Express Tribune2 hours ago

Gunmen attack small airport in southwestern Pakistan, killing 1 and abducting another official

Authorities say gunmen have attacked a small airport in restive southwestern Pakistan, killing one official there and kidnapping another. Civil Aviation Authority spokesman Pervez George says armed men on motorcycles stormed Baluchistan province's ...
 DailyNews724.com2 hours ago Gunmen Attack Southwest Pakistan Airport, Kill 1, Abduct 1  9ija News.com2 hours ago
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Pakistan conveys concern to US NSA over blocked Coalition Support Fund

ISLAMABAD: US National Security Adviser (NSA) Susan Rice called on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday. She was accompanied Senior Director for South Asian Affairs at the US National Security Council Dr. Peter Lavoy and Ambassador to Pakistan ...
 DAWN Group2 hours ago
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Rice to press Pakistan on anti-terror vigilance

WASHINGTON - President Obama's National Security Advisor Susan Rice is coming to Pakistan on a one-day visit to discuss regional situation with country's leadership, as tensions flare between Islamabad and New Delhi following the cancelation of ...
 The Nation Pakistan7 hours ago Rice makes surprise visit to Pakistan on peace mission  The Hindu12 hours ago US NSA on emergency visit to Pakistan  Asian Age12 hours ago US National Security Adviser Susan Rice to visit Pakistan tomorrow  Economic Times20 hours ago
New Indian Express

India Can't Go from One Ceasefire to Another Without Being Satisfied that Pakistan will not Repeat its Acts of Violation: Shastri

NEW DELHI:Though the ceasefire agreement between India and Pakistan came into effect on September 23, 1965, the Shastri government told the UN about the barbarous conduct of Pakistan. The letter dated September 28, 1965, from the Permanent ...
 New Indian Express7 hours ago Pak talks tough on border firing by India  Rising Kashmir14 hours ago Protest in Karachi against India for cross-border firing  DNA19 hours ago Pakistan Targets Border Villages on '65 War Anniversary  New Indian Express1 day ago

Islamic State is banned in Pakistan

Pakistan has banned the Islamic State militant group that has overrun vast stretches of Iraq and Syria after repeatedly denying the dreaded outfit’s presence within its territory. “The Islamic State or Daesh has been banned in Pakistan,” an interior ...
 Asian Age12 hours ago Pakistan bans terrorist group ISIS  Business Standard1 day ago Pak bans Islamic State militant group  Rediff.com1 day ago Pak bans ISIS  Rising Kashmir14 hours ago
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Pakistan Veterans remain unbeaten on England tour

KARACHI: Pakistan Panthers Veterans remained undefeated on the tour of England as they overpowered Middlesex County Cricket Club by 33 runs in their last game played at the St Mary Cricket Club Harrow Ground the other day. Batting first, Pakistan ...
 DAWN Group5 hours ago Journey from Pakistan to England 1961  ARY News.tv1 day ago Pakistan trio Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir set for reintegration days ago NZ vs Pakistan: ODI cricket returns to Basin Reserve  Rediff.com3 days ago
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