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India Has Photos, Details of Pakistan Terrorist's Family, Friends

India Has Photos, Details of Pakistan Terrorist's Family, Friends

21:29 IST Indian agencies accessed the Facebook account of Naved's cousin Taheer to get photos of some of his family members. New Delhi: Preparing to nail Pakistan's lie, India has gathered substantial evidence, including the phone number and ... NDTV, 1 hour ago

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PCB chief pushes for India-Pak series in December

04 pm Johannesburg, Sep 02 ( ANI ): Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Shaharyar Khan has said that he has written a letter to the Indian cricket board secretary seeking an update on the proposed bilateral series between the two ...
 Ani News56 minutes ago Pakistan press India for cricket series  Times of Oman2 hours ago Pakistan cricket chief pushes for series with India  Gulf Times2 hours ago Desperate Pakistan Cricket Board writes to BCCI urging Indo-Pak cricket series in December  DNA4 hours ago
Times of India

Army chief General Suhag says India needs to be ready for short wars

NEW DELHI: Slamming Pakistan for using "new methods" to create unrest in Jammu and Kashmir as well as spread the "arc of violence" to other areas, the Indian Army on Tuesday said it was ready for short wars which could be swiftly unleashed without ...
 Times of India21 hours ago Pakistan dismisses Army chief's warning as 'mere rhetoric'  India Today6 hours ago Pak Using New Methods to Create Trouble in Jammu and Kashmir: Army Chief Dalbir Singh  Rediff.com1 day ago India is battle ready, says Army Chief General Dalbir Singh  India Today13 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

PDP behind cancellation of NSA talks: Omar

A day after PDP president Mehbooba Mufti termed cancellation of India-Pakistan NSA-level talks as big loss, opposition National Conference working president Omar Abdullah Tuesday accused ruling PDP of calling off India-Pakistan talks.“Who are you trying to ...
 Rising Kashmir17 hours ago China asks India, Pakistan to exercise restraint at border  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago India's done all its homework and has proved that the captured terrorist Mohammad Naveed is a Pakistani. Will Islamabad deny this too?  Business Insider India1 day ago India's sabre rattling  Pakistan Observer8 hours ago
Eurasia Review

50th Anniversary Of 1965 India-Pakistan War: Lessons Remain Elusive Analysis

By Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 By C. Uday Bhaskar* The 50th anniversary of the 1965 war covertly initiated by Pakistan against India is being recalled by the Narendra Modi government in a month-long celebratory commemoration that ...
 Eurasia Review11 hours ago The central lesson from the 1965 War  Rediff.com12 hours ago Pakistan paid for its misadventure in 1965, says Manohar Parrikar  Indian Express19 hours ago India's security environment is complex, says Manohar Parrikar  One India1 day ago
Ani News

Sharif accuses India of posing threat to world peace by violating ceasefire

Sep 2, 7:37 pm New Delhi, Sep.2 ( ANI ): Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday reprimanded India for unprovoked firing on the Line of Control (LoC), saying it was not only aggression against the Kashmiri people but also ...
 Ani News3 hours ago Ceasefire violations by India threat to regional peace: Nawaz Sharif  DNA India3 hours ago 33 ceasefire violations on India-Pakistan border since May: Home ministry  First Post.com4 weeks ago
ABP Live

Our patience is not weakness: Sharif

Pakistans patience in dealing with India must not be seen as its weakness, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday. Duniya News quoted Sharif as saying on Tuesday in Muzaffarabad that the "Indian provocation" vis-a-vis Pakistan was a threat to regional ...
 Deccan Herald4 hours ago Our patience is not weakness: Pakistan PM Sharif  ABP Live5 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

Pakistan stopped support to Harakat-ul-Ansar to avoid terror tag: CIA

Washington: Pakistan backed away from supporting Harakat-ul-Ansar terror group which it used as a proxy against India in the late 90s fearing that its backing would land it on the US list of "State Sponsors of Terrorism", according to recently ...
 Deccan Chronicle10 hours ago Pakistan backed off from support to Harkat-ul-Ansar: CIA  Hindustan Times12 hours ago Pakistan stopped support to HUA to avoid terror sponsor tag: Report  Siasat Daily10 hours ago

India gains in ICC Test rankings

Fifth-placed India gained crucial ranking points to inch closer to arch-rivals Pakistan in the ICC Test
 MSN News US11 hours ago India gain ground in Test rankings after series win  Cricbuzz.com23 hours ago No Indian batsman in Top 10 of ICC Test rankings  Rediff.com7 hours ago India Gain Ground in ICC Test Rankings After Series Win in Sri Lanka  NDTV1 day ago

No role for any third party in India-Pakistan talks: BJP

BJP on Wednesday said there was no role for any third party, including Hurriyat Conference, in the talks process between India and Pakistan. The post No role for any third party in India-Pakistan talks: BJP appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com7 hours ago No Role for Any Third Party in Indo-Pak Talks: BJP  Outlook7 hours ago
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