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Pakistan SC offers to assist in settling political crisis

Pakistan SC offers to assist in settling political crisis

Press Trust of India | Islamabad September 1, 2014 Last Updated at 22:05 IST With the political crisis in Pakistan taking a violent turn, the Supreme Court today offered to assist in ending the ongoing impasse between protesters and the Nawaz Sharif ... Business Standard India, 1 day ago

Amit Shah lauds government's firm stand on calling off India-Pakistan talks

Shah said it is for the first time the Government has taken a firm stand asking Pakistan to choose between talks with either India or separatists. LUCKNOW: Noting that Pakistan had earlier held talks with separatists before its scheduled meetings with India, ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Calling off talks is a message to Pakistan: Amit Shah  Rediff.com1 week ago Modi's PR exercise?  Kathmandu Post21 hours ago What's the point talking to Pakistan?  Rediff.com1 week ago

India should not unilaterally declare LoC as its International Boundary with Pakistan: Shyam Saran

New Delhi, Sept. 2 (ANI): Former foreign secretary and chairman, National Security Advisory Board, Shyam Saran is of the view that India should not unilaterally declare the current Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir as its international ...
 TruthDive18 hours ago Partnership with Japan will help India secure its strategic space in Asia: Shyam Saran  Business Standard India16 hours ago

Pak govt condemns protests as mutiny against state

Press Trust of India Islamabad, 2 September: Describing the protests as a mutiny against Pakistan, the government today turned to Parliament for support as demonstrators continued to put pressure on a defiant Nawaz Sharif to quit as Prime ...
 The Statesman16 hours ago Pak govt condemns protests as 'mutiny against state'  Business Standard India17 hours ago

Pakistan willing to shell out twice the price for Indian coconuts

KOCHI: Pakistan is becoming a major importer of dry coconuts, or copra, from India with flow from Sri Lanka dwindling. Despite prices doubling this year, purchase of copra by the neighbouring country is robust, say traders and exporters of coconut ...
 Economic Times19 hours ago

#100AccheDin: India-Pakistan dialogue should not be derailed because of electoral compulsions or terror attacks

There is a saying- well begun is half done. But this is not always the case. Sometimes things begin well but then do not move in the way planned. This hard reality is clearly reflected in the foreign policy of the Narendra Modi government. It ...
 DNA India21 hours ago

'Retaliate to Pakistan Constraints, Counter China vis-a-vis Japan'

NEW DELHI: India should deploy counter-constraint policies against Pakistan since historic reconciliation is not a "credible possibility", eminent diplomat Shyam Saran, former foreign secretary and chairman of the National Security Advisory Board, ...
 New Indian Express22 hours ago

INDIA-PAKISTAN: The Siege Of Islamabad Grinds On

September 2, 2014: In Pakistan opposition politician Imran Khan and Islamic cleric/politician Tahir ul Qadri were accused of terrorism and treason because of their efforts to use a major demonstration to overthrow the government. On August 14 th ...
 Strategy Page12 hours ago Pakistan political crisis: Imran, Qadri booked for treason  Yahoo! India1 day ago
Deccan Chronicle

From gifting a sari to talking to inviting Kashmiri separatists, a look at India-Pakistan ties since Narendra Modi's swearing in

After the Bharatiya Janata Party won the Lok Sabha elections on May 16th, all eyes were on Narendra Modi, the man who led them to the thumping victory. The attention only magnified after his swearing in ceremony was announced to be held on May 26th, 2014.
 DNA2 weeks ago BRP Bhaskar: Contours of Modified India  The Gulf Today1 day ago Modi-Abe intimacy brings scant comfort  Global Times1 day ago India to submit Saarc satellite proposal at next summit  Deccan Herald2 days ago

Manmohan wanted to contact Pakistani militants: Yasin

New Delhi: JKLF leader Yasin Malik has said then Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh wanted him to contact militants in Pakistan. Malik told Rajat Sharma in his TV show "Aap ki Adalat" that the request was made to him in 2006, two years after Manmohan Singh ...
 Sify1 week ago Chaudhry Abdul Majeed says Kashmir is a disputed territory.  Radio Pakistan13 hours ago JKLF leader vows to intensify separatist campaign  Sify1 week ago Yasin Malik hits out at PM Narendra Modi over his 'hardline' approach, says separatists should not be blamed for stalling India-Pakistan talks  DNA1 week ago
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