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IITs plan entrance test in SAARC, UAE but not in Pakistan

No IIT entrance test in Pakistan in 2017

New Delhi: The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are gearing up to hold their first-ever entrance test in foreign countries beginning next year. The plan is to hold the test in Singapore, the UAE and SAARC countries, for undergraduate and ..., 14 hours ago
IIT tests in Saarc, UAE, but not Pakistan Asian Age, 15 hours ago

Logistics: performance Index Pakistan ranked at 68th position

Home » Top Stories » June 30, 2016 Pakistan has jumped 4 places to 68 against India at 35 in the latest World Bank (WB) ranking in the global logistics performance, reflecting the slow improvement in logistic performance of the country. The ...
 Business Recorder10 hours ago India jumps 19 places in World Bank's global logistics performance ranking  Economic Times1 day ago India jumps 19 places in global logistics performance ranking  Moneycontrol.com1 day ago

Pakistan always spoils atmosphere for talks: Defence Expert Sehgal

NEW DELHI: Defence expert P.K. Sehgal on Thursday criticised Pakistan's assertion that India does not want to come to the dialogue table and said it is the Asian neighbour, which spoils the environment every time both sides plan to talk. Sehgal ...
 New Indian Express6 hours ago Pak always spoils atmosphere for talks: Defence Expert  Business Standard5 hours ago

Pakistan Army training LeT, JeM terrorists in Punjab province, planning Pathankot-type attack

Last Updated: Thursday, June 30, 2016 - 11:13 New Delhi: In more challenge for the Indian security forces, a report on Thursday claimed that Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Muhammad have set up terror camps in Pakistan's Punjab province, which is adjacent to the ...
 Zee News7 hours ago

'Faiz was devastated by the aftermath of Partition'

'The original dream of people like Faiz was that Pakistan would be something different from the old India: Progressive, forward looking, democratic (if not socialist), tolerant, diverse and pluralistic.''I don't think anyone foresaw the catastrophe that Partition was to become.' IMAGE: Faiz Ahmed Faiz's biography, penned by his grandson, delves into his heart and soul. Photograph: Kind courtesy Radio Pakistan/   It is difficult to explain what Faiz Ahmed Faiz means to the ...
 Rediff.com7 hours ago

RSS to hold its All India Executive in Kanpur from July11

Price of fame: Pakistani schoolgirl Malala joins millionaires' club By Will Kerry LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenage education activist who survived a near-fatal attack by the Taliban, and her family have ...
 Yahoo! India10 hours ago

London mayor Sadiq Khan appoints Indian-origin businessman as deputy

Rajesh Agarwal London’s Pakistan-origin mayor Sadiq Khan Wednesday announced an India-born millionaire as his deputy for business to champion the city’s financial interests amid the fall-out of the EU referendum. Thirty-nine-year-old self-made millionaire ...
 Asian Age14 hours ago London mayor appoints Indian-origin millionaire as deputy  Business Standard21 hours ago

India holding back progress on series with Pakistan: Shaharyar Khan

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has revealed that it is India and not Pakistan that is holding back progress on resumption of cricketing ties between the two nations. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had ...
 International Business Times UK2 days ago Shaharyar Khan gets Pakistan PM's nod to stay on as cricket board's chief  Hindustan Times19 hours ago India holding back progress on bilateral series: Shaharyar Khan  DAWN Group2 days ago
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Pak refutes PM Modi's charge, says India stalling dialogue to avoid 'Kashmir' issue

Lahore, June 29 (ANI): Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement where he placed the onus of stalled talks on Pakistan, Prime Minister's Adviser on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz asserted that New Delhi was avoiding dialogue with Islamabad to ...
 Yahoo! India23 hours ago

India hits back as Pakistan tries to blame New Delhi

Please enable the javascript of your browser to see the video. India hits back as Pakistan tries to blame New Delhi for stalling talks. There's are no takers for Pakistan's perception attack. Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu
 TimesNow.tv17 hours ago
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