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Pakistan to make India their home?
Deccan Chronicle

PCB chief suggests home matches in India

New Delhi: The south Asian neighbours may not share the best of relations, but Pakistan would like to play their home matches in India, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Shaharyar Khan said. Top Test playing nations have shunned Pakistan since ... Manorama Online, 46 minutes ago
Pakistan to make India their home? Deccan Chronicle, 4 hours ago
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Apprehensions about India confirmed: Pakistan hits back at Parrikar on terror comment

Pakistan has expressed concern over Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's remarks that 'terrorists have to be neutralised only through terrorists.' The post Apprehensions about India confirmed: Pakistan hits back at Parrikar on terror comment appeared first on ...
 First Post.com7 hours ago Govt makes it clear: India has not forgotten Pakistan-occupied Kashmir  Hindustan Times8 hours ago Parrikar's remarks confirms apprehensions about India's involvement in terrorism: Pakistan  IBNLive India News9 hours ago Pakistan reacts strongly over Manohar Parrikar's terrorist remark  PardaPhash9 hours ago
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We are not playing our home series in India: PCB

Karachi : The Pakistan Cricket Board has dismissed reports that it was ready to revive bilateral series against India on Indian soil and made it clear that the first series when it happens will be played in UAE as per the Memorandum of Understanding ...
 ABP Live6 minutes ago
MSN India

Seize assets of Dawood: India to ask Pakistan

The Indian Express 1 hour ago India is planning to ask Pakistan to seize assets of fugitive underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and most wanted terrorists Hafiz Saeed and Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi as all three are in the UNSC's al Qaeda sanctions list which makes it ...
 MSN India6 hours ago Pakistan criticises Parrikar's terrorism remarks  Manorama Online8 hours ago India to ask Pakistan to seize assets of Dawood, Hafiz, Lakhvi  The Hindu11 hours ago Pakistan criticizes Defence Minister Parrikar`s terrorism remarks  Zee News13 hours ago
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Rediff.com

'Top India players may not go'

India great Sunil Gavaskar expressed apprehensions about the prospect of Indian cricketers touring Pakistan in near future. The ending of a six-year long spell of isolation from international cricket may be seen as a major headway by the Pakistan ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star20 hours ago Top India players may not go  New Delhi News.Net5 hours ago 'Not many top Indian players would like to go to Pakistan and play'  Rediff.com1 day ago Not sure if top Indian players would tour Pakistan: Gavaskar  Deccan Herald2 days ago
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MSN India

India involved in terror, says Pak

Pakistan has reacted strongly to defence minister Manohar Parrikar’s remarks hinting at covert operations to counter terrorism emanating from the neighbouring country, saying the comments confirmed its fears about India’s alleged involvement in terror.
 MSN India6 hours ago Pak reacts to Parrikars remarks alleges India involved in terror  Hindustan Times9 hours ago Pakistan reacts sharply to Parrikar€s remarks on dealing with terror  NetIndia123.com5 hours ago
Cricbuzz.com

India's support is needed to bring cricket …

After a gap of 6 years, International cricket was played in Pakistan's home. Thanks to the courageous Zimbabwean cricket team who stepped up to play in Pakistan. Shahryar Khan, chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is putting in all the effort ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago Revival of cricket in Pakistan  Frontier Post9 hours ago 2nd T20: Pakistan look to seal series against Zimbabwe  India Online.in9 hours ago Pakistan celebrate return of international cricket  India Online.in1 day ago
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India wary of ISI pact with Af intel agency for sharing info

India is wary of a new agreement between the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) of Pakistan and its Afghan counterpart National Directorate of Security (NDS). The deal is likely to help Islamabad get the "strategic depth" it has been pursuing in Afghanistan.
 Deccan Herald5 days ago Pakistan, Afghanistan Sign Accord To Share Intelligence  Asians.co.uk3 days ago Who's afraid of Afghan Ghani's Pakistan pact?  Asia Times Online9 hours ago

Pak will blame India for every terrorist attack there now: Omar

Srinagar, May 24 (UNI) Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has said Pakistan will now blame India for every terrorist strike in that country while reacting to Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's statement that India will use ...
 United News of India11 hours ago
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Ani News

Pak says Parrikar's 'terrorism remark' confirms India's involvement in cross-border terrorism

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's adviser on national security and foreign affairs, Sartaj Aziz, has said that the statement made by Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar that India will use terrorism to counter terrorism from other ...
 NetIndia123.com9 hours ago Pak says Parrikars terrorism remark confirms Indias involvement in cross-border terrorism  New Delhi News.Net7 hours ago
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