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#TheObamaVisit: A big snub to Pakistan?

Please enable the javascript of your browser to see the video. Tonight when India revels under its big global power push, the Generals in Rawalpindi will be cringing. Prime Minister Narednra Modi has not only taken ... TimesNow.tv, 4 hours ago
Manorama Online

Ahead of Obama's visit, Pakistan Rangers target Indian positions in Jammu

Pakistan Rangers Sunday targeted BSF positions on the international border in Jammu district.
 Zee News20 hours ago Pakistan Rangers target Indian positions in Jammu  Daijiworldcom21 hours ago Pakistan Rangers targets Indian positions in Jammu  India Today19 hours ago Pakistan Rangers targets BSF posts again; India retaliates, warns of dire consequences  IBN Live3 weeks ago
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DNA

Inzamam hopes Pakistan break World Cup jinx against India

Pakistans most capped player Inzamam-ul-Haq wants to see the national team create history in the forthcoming Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand by defeating arch-rivals India in the opening match in Adelaide. "Throughout my career we beat India in ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Don't know why we lose to India in World Cups: Inzamam-ul-Haq  DNA1 day ago 1999 World Cup team Pakistan's 'strongest ever', says former skipper Inzamam ul-Haq  24Dunia19 hours ago Inzamam-ul-Haq hopes Pakistan can buck the trend and beat India at the World Cup  Sportskeeda.com1 week ago

Pakistan - Past imperfect viz-a-viz India

Pakistan's existence has been largely determined by the three A's - Allah, Army and America. Currently the first two are in ascendant with, America perceived to be fickle and seeking closer relations with India. This, and an obsessive desire to be equal to ...
 Sify1 day ago Pakistan - Present imperfect viz-a-viz …  Yahoo! India18 hours ago
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PardaPhash

Pakistan violates ceasefire again amid Obama's India visit

Jammu: Once again Pakistani Rangers attacked the Border Security Forces posts along the International Border in Jammu district. "Pakistan Rangers targeted Jogwana post of the BSF in RS Pura sector of Jammu district today morning," said a senior ...
 PardaPhash16 hours ago Obama cuts India trip short to pay respects in Saudi Arabia  PBS1 day ago Barack Obama to cut short India tour, cancels Agra visit: Sources  Jagran Post1 day ago Obama to cut short India trip to visit Saudi Arabia  Dhaka Tribune1 day ago
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Rediff.com

Peaceful relations with Pakistan: India's statement aims at pleasing Obama only: Sartaj Aziz

January 25, 2015 Advisor to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said on Saturday said that Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj issued a statement about India's desire to good relations with Pakistan only to please United States ...
 Business Recorder23 hours ago Indian FM stressed improved relations with Pakistan only to please Obama: Sartaj Aziz  Dunya News1 day ago Pak writes to India on Rangers' killing; seeks probe  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Pakistan fires on Indian border to stay relevant

New Delhi, Jan 25: The only way Pakistan can stay relevant is doing what it does best. What else explains the firing by the Pakistan Rangers at the Jogwana post and three infiltration bids in the past 24 hours. This despite the United States of ...
 Oneindia14 hours ago

Obama, Modi brought fresh vigour to India-US ties: Experts

Council on Foreign Relations' senior fellow for India, Pakistan and South Asia Alyssa Ayres said that Modi is demonstrating willingness to break some of the older "truisms about wanting to have equal ties with all great powers". "Modi doesn't have any of the ...
 Jagran Post1 day ago Obama, Modi Brings Vigour to India-US ties: Experts  New Indian Express1 day ago Modi's rise to power brings fresh impetus to India-US ties  Oman Tribune21 hours ago `Obama, Modi brought fresh vigour to India-US ties`  ZeeNews.com1 day ago
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Radio Free Europe

Obama Warns Pakistan On Counterterrorism Efforts Ahead India Visit

Authorities in New Delhi were preparing for a visit by President Barack Obama on January 24, a day before the U.S. leader's arrival for what has been scheduled as a three-day trip. On January 23, Obama suggested that India's neighbor and rival, ...
 Radio Free Europe1 day ago Obama's India Visit: 150 Militants Waiting to Cross LoC  International Business Times India1 day ago Former Foreign Secretary says Obama's visit will boost India-US relations  International Business Times India1 day ago Pakistan based militants sent to India to carry out attacks: Agencies  India Today3 days ago
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Rediff.com

Ahead of Obama visit, 150 terrorists trying to infiltrate LoC

The Indian Army on Saturday said the announcement of the ban on Hafiz Saeed-led Jamaat-ud-Dawa by Pakistan were “good moves” but the effect of these steps needs to be gauged on the ground. “It is a significant move by Pakistan. We are waiting and watching as to how the ban on JuD would manifest on the ground,” General Officer Commanding of Army’s Srinagar-based 15 Corps, Lt General Subrata Saha said. He said all necessary precautions have been taken in view of the ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Army terms Pakistan banning Hafiz Saeed's JuD as significant move  Jagran Post1 day ago Obama's Visit: Pakistan Bans Jamaat-ud Dawa and Haqqani Network  International Business Times India1 day ago JuD ban: Proceeding strictly under UN resolution, says Pakistan  Jagran Post2 days ago
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