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Normalization of ties vital for both India and Pakistan: US

Normalization of ties vital for both India and Pakistan: US

We believe that the pace, scope, and character of dialogue on Kashmir is for India and Pakistan to determine, says US State Department deputy spokesman Mark Toner Washington: The US has said the pace and scope for a dialogue on Kashmir depends ..., 1 hour ago

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Pakistan Puts Onus on India Again, Demands More Evidence on 26/11

Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday demanded more evidence from India on 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria said their foreign secretary has written to India's foreign secretary to provide more evidence so that Mumbai ...
 News18.com13 minutes ago Pakistan wants India to give more evidence on 26/11 Mumbai attacks  Hindustan Times22 minutes ago Pakistan asks India for more evidence on 26/11 Mumbai attacks  Yahoo! India1 hour ago Pakistan seeks more evidence from India in Mumbai attack case: FO  Pakistan Today2 hours ago

Pakistan overtakes India on money stashed in Swiss banks

The Swiss National Bank, on Thursday, released data which shows that Pakistan has more money in Swiss banks than India. (representative image; source: commons.wikimedia) Defying a global trend, money keptby Pakistani nationals in Swiss banks has ...
 Indian Express16 minutes ago Money in Swiss Banks: Pakistan overtakes India  Press Trust of India40 minutes ago
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26/11 trial: Pak demands more proof from India

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday said it has asked India to provide "more evidence" for the early completion of the Mumbai attack trial in which LeT operations commander Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi and six others are accused. "Our foreign secretary has ...
 Times of India2 hours ago Have asked India to provide more evidence in 26/11 trial: Pak  Press Trust of India2 hours ago PTI - PAK-MUMBAI (RPT) - 26/11 case: Pak asks India to provide additional evidence  Namibia Press Agency7 minutes ago Pakistan asks India to provide more evidence in 26/11 Mumbai attack  Chandigarh Tribune21 minutes ago

India, Pakistan must work to better ties: Daily

Islamabad, June 30 (IANS) Pakistan-India relations are too important for either side to scuttle the aspirations for peace by the people in both the countries, a leading Pakistani newspaper said on Thursday. The Dawn said in an editorial that "the ...
 Yahoo! India1 hour ago India, Pakistan must work together, says Abdul Basit  Indian Express4 days ago

India gives tough message to Pak; says exact a price from countries sponsoring terror

New Delhi, Jun 30 (UNI) In an obvious message aimed at Pakistan, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today called for exacting a heavy price from the countries harbouring and sponsoring terrorism. Ms Swaraj also rejected the differentiation ...
 United News of India54 minutes ago Our stance on NSG does not target any particular nation: China  Sify1 week ago Pakistan has not declined NIA team's visit to probe Pathankot attack: Swaraj  Deccan Herald1 week ago Sushma hopeful China will back Indias NSG bid  catchnews.com1 week ago
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Pak demands 'additional evidences' from India on 26/11

Islamabad, June 30 (ANI): Pakistan on Thursday said it has written to India asking for 'additional evidences' to draw an early conclusion of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks in which Lashkar-e-Taiba operations commander Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi and six ...
 Yahoo! India35 minutes ago

No hostile environment with India, for God's sake: Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit

Notwithstanding the chill in the ties over terror attacks, Pakistan on Wednesday insisted that there is "no hostile environment" with India and expressed confidence that the two countries "will talk". Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit made the remarks to ...
 DNA18 hours ago There is no hostile environment with India: Pakistan envoy Abdul Basit  First Post.com19 hours ago No hostile environment, India-Pak will hold talks: Pak envoy Basit  Sify20 hours ago Ind-Pak will talk, says Pak High Commissioner Abdul Basit  One India18 hours ago

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 ...
 ZeeNews.com13 hours ago IIT tests in Saarc, UAE, but not Pakistan  Asian Age14 hours ago IITs planning entrance test in UAE, Saarc nations but not in Pakistan  First Post.com22 hours ago IITs plan entrance test in SAARC, UAE but not in Pakistan  DNA23 hours ago
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US concerned about Pakistan's efforts to combat terrorism

"We obviously work closely with India on counterterrorism efforts in the region as we do with Pakistan, and we've been very clear publicly and privately about our concerns about Pakistan's efforts to combat terrorism in the region... "But we need to ...
 Financial Express5 hours ago US concerned about Pak's efforts to combat terrorism  Business Standard6 hours ago U.S. concerned about Pakistan’s efforts to combat terrorism  The Hindu5 hours ago
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