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Pak 'hoodwinking' global community: India on Saeed's release
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Pak 'hoodwinking' global community: India on Saeed's release

Mumbai terror attacks mastermind and JuD chief Hafiz Saeed's release order by a Pakistani judicial body shows how Pakistan is "hoodwinking" the international community on the issue of terrorism, government sources said today. It is also reflective of Islamabad's "duplicity" in tackling terrorism, they said and asked Pakistan to "walk the talk" on its assurances to the international community over dismantling terror infrastructure and not allowing its soil to be used for terror acts. The sharp ... Rediff.com, 1 hour ago
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'India need bowling superstar'

‘In India, we are a little more obsessed with batting. That is not the case with Pakistan’ IMAGE: We have game-changers like (Jasprit) Bumrah, Bhuvaneshwar Kumar said Sanjay Manjrekar. Photograph: BCCI Former batsman Sanjay Manjrekar on Wednesday hailed the trend of bowlers emerging as game-changers for India but stressed that the country needs a bowling superstar to inspire young generation.   "In India, we are a little more obsessed with batting. That is not the case with ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago Pakistan summons Indian envoy over ceasefire violations  Nerve1 week ago SMOG: Delhi, Lahore's common enemy  Rediff.com1 week ago 'Rum is the true spirit of India'  Rediff.com6 days ago
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Pakistan court orders release of Hafiz Saeed

Islamabad, Nov 22 (IANS) A Pakistan court on Wednesday ordered the release from house arrest of terrorist leader Hafiz Saeed, blamed for the 2008 Mumbai terror attack. A Judicial Review Board consisting of judges from the Lahore High Court rejected a plea ...
 Sify6 hours ago LeT chief Hafeez Saeed to be released from house arrest  Sify6 hours ago
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JCC approves Long-Term CPEC plan

The Joint Cooperation Committee (JCC) of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has approved the Long-Term Plan (LTP 2017-30) without agreeing on development projects and special economic zones.The Dawn quoted sources as confirming that Chinese ...
 Business Standard8 hours ago Top cooperation body okays CPEC long-term plan  Rediff.com11 hours ago Joint Cooperation Committee approves Long-Term CPEC plan  catchnews.com7 hours ago
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After failure of terror attacks in Kashmir, Pakistan's ISI killing Hindu leaders in India

Frustrated by the failure of terrorist activities in Kashmir and other places, top government sources have said. Sources said the ISI carried out the first such attack in Punjab, where RSS leader Ravinder Gosain was shot dead in Ludhiana in broad daylight on ...
 India Today8 hours ago Cornered Pakistan may try and strike in mainland India as J-K violent tide turning in India's favour  India Today17 hours ago Are you Mujahideen or Pakistan`s proxy: Army, J&K cops hit out at `local terrorists`  Zee News3 days ago Kin of 26/11 mastermind among 6 terrorist killed in J-K encounter  Rediff.com4 days ago
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BCCI, Sports Ministry discuss NADA and Pakistan

IMAGE: Sports minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore. Photograph: PTI At loggerheads with the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) on the testing of Indian cricketers, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), on Wednesday, discussed the matter with Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and also sought the government's view on playing arch-foes Pakistan in the planned ICC Test Championship. NADA wants to bring Indian cricketers in its net but the cricket board has rejected the demand.
 Rediff.com7 hours ago BCCI discusses NADA issue with Ministry  Deccan Herald3 hours ago

'Kohli can hit 120 centuries'

Legendary Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar believes that Virat Kohli can play well into his forties and the Indian captain is the "only player who can break Tendulkar's record" of 100 international centuries.The former Pakistan pacer was full of praise for ...
 MSN India7 hours ago
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Playing Pakistan: BCCI to meet Rathore today

The two teams met twice in the ICC Champions Trophy in June
 DNA8 hours ago
Business Standard

Chinese official expresses concern over pol unrest in Pakistan

A top Chinese official has expressed concern over the prevailing political instability in Pakistan that could negatively impact the pace of the projects started under the ambitious USD 50 billion CPEC initiative, according to a media report today.The Chinese ...
 Business Standard8 hours ago
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Pak refuses to allow Chinese yuan for CPEC projects the way it allows US dollars

Pakistan has refused to allow free use of the Chinese yuan on the lines of the US dollar in the country as officials from the two nations met to decide on a long-term developmental plan under the USD 50 billion China- Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a ...
 DNA16 hours ago Pakistan refuses to allow free use of yuan for CPEC projects  Money Control1 day ago After rejecting China's dam, Pakistan refuses free use of yuan for CPEC projects  Zee News1 day ago Pak refuses to allow free use of yuan for CPEC projects  Deccan Herald1 day ago
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