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India woos neighbours as rifts open door to China (AFP)
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AFP - India-Pakista-China-SAARC-diplomacy FOCUS

India-Pakista-China-SAARC-diplomacy FOCUS Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. India woos neighbours as rifts open door to China by Claire COZENS =(FILE PICTURE)= KATHMANDU, Nov 28, 2014 (AFP) - India pledged a slew of regional investments at a ... Namibia Press Agency, 14 hours ago
India woos neighbours as rifts open door to China (AFP) Yahoo! News Australia, 14 hours ago
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In SAARC, Pakistan’s role is of naysayer

On the bilateral plane, the leaders of India and Pakistan had remained aloof on the opening day of the summit but proceeded at the retreat to open pleasantries On the bilateral plane, the leaders of India and Pakistan had remained aloof on the opening day of ...
 Asian Age34 minutes ago
Frontier Post

Nawaz for meaningful dialogue with India

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday said that Pakistan wanted ties with India on the basis of dignity, self-respect and honour and desires a meaningful dialogue to resolve all issues including Kashmir. Speaking to media ...
 Frontier Post5 hours ago Kashmir issue must be discussed 'seriously' if India wants to restore ties with Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif  Asian Age9 hours ago India should not have called off talks: Nawaz Sharif  Yahoo! India10 hours ago India should not have cancelled talks: Pak PM Nawaz Sharif  Moneycontrol.com11 hours ago
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A day after SAARC Summit Pakistan handsover 40 Indian prisoners

The release of the prisoners from Karachi's district jail Malir comes a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif warmly shook hands and exchanged pleasantries at the 18th SAARC Summit in Nepal. ...
 DNA India8 hours ago A summit Modi could have done without  Rediff.com9 hours ago Pakistan releases 40 Indian prisoners, 36 of them fishermen  DeshGujarat10 hours ago India-Pakistan relations on ice  Arab News15 hours ago
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First Post.com

Talks with Pakistan only if it stops terrorism: BJP

The BJP on Friday said that if Pakistan wished to hold talks with India, it must stop supporting cross-border terrorism, firing and talks with Hurriyat leaders. "Negotiation amidst violence is not possible. We have stated our position clearly. We ...
 India Today7 hours ago Won't hold talks with Pakistan until it stops cross  First Post.com7 hours ago Talks only if Pakistan stops cross-border terrorism: BJP  Zee News7 hours ago
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First Post.com

Won't hold talks with India at the cost of Pakistan's dignity, self

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Friday that talks with India should not be at the cost of his country's "dignity, self-respect and reputation". The post Won’t hold talks with India at the cost of Pakistan’s dignity, self-respect: ...
 First Post.com7 hours ago Indo-Pak talks not at the cost of dignity, self-respect and reputation: Sharif  Rediff.com7 hours ago India-Pakistan talks not at the cost of dignity, self-respect: Pak PM Nawaz Sharif  Deccan Chronicle5 hours ago
New Indian Express

Pakistan must move beyond shaking hands to improve ties: Rajnath

(21:32) Srinagar, Nov 28 (IANS) Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said Friday that India wants to have good neighbourly relations with Pakistan, but cautioned that mere shaking of hands would not restore such relations between the two c ountries. ...
 Siasat Daily3 hours ago Pakistan funding terrorism in India, sheltering underworld don Dawood Ibrahim: Rajnath Singh  Indian Express5 days ago Dawood in Af-Pak border, but Islamabad won't hand him over: Rajnath  Rediff.com6 days ago
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First Post.com

India's visa on arrival a giant leap: Will journalists, Pakistan

Getting an Indian visa has been a recipe for headaches. The online form and visa on arrival is going to be a huge boon. The time is right to now tackle some other archaic cast-in-stone rules that run counter to our image as an open democracy. The post ...
 First Post.com11 hours ago Boost to tourism: India rolls out e-visa facility for ...  Firstpost.com12 hours ago India rolls out visa-on-arrival carpet for 43 countries  Business Standard India1 day ago E-visa list for 43 nations to be announced today  Rediff.com1 day ago

Trade worth Rs 813 crore generated along India-Pakistan LoC in FY14: Government

NEW DELHI: Trade generated along the Line of Control (Indo-Pak) through Trade Facilitation Centre Chakan-Da-Bagh and Salamabad stood at Rs 813 crore in value terms during 2013-14, Parliament was informed today. The trade generated along Nathu La ...
 Economic Times4 hours ago
Kuwait Times

Gunfight in Jammu as militants enter India from Pakistan

Jammu, Nov 27 (IANS) A gunfight broke out Thursday when separatist guerrillas who sneaked into India from Pakistan were accosted by security forces at the border in Jammu and Kashmir, police said.
 News Chennai Online1 day ago Militants attack army base in India Kashmir, 6 dead  Kuwait Times5 hours ago Jammu and Kashmir: Severe gun battle on between militants at Army at LoC  First Post.com1 day ago
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