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Most terror attacks emanate from P..

Former Pakistan military ruler Pervez Musharraf hospitalised

Home > Neighbours >> Reuters Published: 2016-02-12 01:49:36.0 BdST Updated: 2016-02-12 01:49:36.0 BdST Pakistan's former military ruler General Pervez Musharraf was taken to a hospital in the port city of Karachi on Thursday ..., 1 day ago
Most terror attacks emanate from P.. Samaylive, 4 days ago

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India's tea exports to Pakistan rises 56%

NEW DELHI: Country's tea exports to Pakistan rose by 56 per cent to Rs 139.74 crore in the first nine months of the current fiscal, while the overall outward shipments surged by just 9 per cent to Rs 3,218.07 crore. Total exports to the ...
 Economic Times21 hours ago

Human Development Index: India ranks a dismal 130!

India improves position, but fares worse than neighbours Pakistan and Bangladesh on many parameters India’s ranking on Human Development Index rose by a notch in 2014 -- to 130th  from 131st a year earlier -- according to the 2015 edition of the Global Human Development report, released by the United Nations Development Programme on Monday. From 2009 to 2014, the country moved six positions up in the HDI ranking. With a score of 0.609 on HDI, India stands well below the average score ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Dhaka cancels port to be built by China, India bids to develop Payra  South Asia Monitor4 days ago Pak a 'victim of terrorism', will continue support: China  Deccan Herald2 months ago Pakistan a 'victim of terrorism', will continue support: China  IndiaTV News2 months ago

Former Pak minister Rehman Malik dubs Headley's testimony as ‘a pack of lies’: Report

Islamabad: Former Interior minister of Pakistan Rehman Malik today accused India of defaming its neighbour country by fabricating the confessions made by David Headley regarding the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, terming the Pakistani-American terrorist's ...
 IndiaTV News2 days ago

Govt says no agreement with Pakistan on dates for talks

Official says that the foreign secretaries of the two countries and their NSAs are in touch but both sides have not yet agreed to a date for the foreign secretary-level talks New Delhi: India on Thursday said there was no agreement with Pakistan for ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago India sets agenda for Foreign Secretary talks with Pakistan  The Hindu3 weeks ago Congress asks government to call off Secretary level talks with Pakistan  Jagran Post1 month ago Sushma Swaraj calls meet, key decision soon  Asian Age1 month ago
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Pakistan eyes robust cooperation with neighbours: Sharif

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said here on Saturday Islamabad was pursuing a policy of strong cooperation with the regional countries, especially with the next door neighbours for prosperity and enhanced connectivity.Under the changing scenario and ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Quest for regional stability  Pakistan Observer1 week ago
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Pak govt should explain why Anupam Kher was denied visa: BJP

BJP today said Pakistan government should explain on what grounds actor Anupam Kher was denied a visa to travel to the neighbouring country. Party Secretary Shrikant Sharma questioned why Islamabad singled out and discriminated against the noted Bollywood ...
 News on Air1 week ago Pakistan denies visa to Anupam Kher for second time in a year  Deccan Herald1 week ago BJP terms denial of visa to Kher by Pak as "unfortunate"  Press Trust of India1 week ago BJP terms denial of visa to Anupam Kher by Pakistan as "unfortunate"  Economic Times1 week ago

PM Modi's visit fruitful only if Pakistan stops sending terrorists, says Praveen Togadia

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's surprise visit to Pakistan can be hailed as successful only if the neighbouring country stops sponsoring terrorism, VHP leader Praveen Togadia on Sunday said. "If Pakistan stops sending terrorists, then I will believe that the ...
 DNA1 month ago Pakistan politicians hail Modi's visit; Hafiz Saeed obviously doesn't  Rediff.com1 month ago Modi’s approach to Pak frivolous, unpredictable: Cong  Times of India1 month ago Afghanistan will succeed when terror no longer flows across border: PM  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Chinese prefer Pakistan, Nepal as neighbours, not India

Majority of Chinese would like to move India away along with Japan and a host of other neighbouring countries with whom Beijing has territorial disputes and would prefer Pakistan and Nepal as neighbours, if given a chance to “play God” to redraw China’s ...
 Asian Age4 weeks ago Chinese prefer Pakistan, want to move away India as neighbour: Survey  Economic Times4 weeks ago Chinese prefer Pakistan as neighbour, wants to move India away: Survey  Jagran Post4 weeks ago Chinese prefer Pak,want to move away India as neighbour: Survey  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago

India to raise balloon issue with Pak

India will raise with Pakistan the issue of a balloon coming from the neighbouring country.The balloon was shot down by an IAF fighter aircraft over Rajasthan.
 News on Air2 weeks ago Balloon which was shot down came from Pak  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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