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Renowned Indian journalist shows mirror to Modi on Kashmir policy

Jokes apart, India and Pakistan can mend ties

I HAD meant it as a joke, but India took it seriously. I had written the other day to some Indian friends to wish them on the festival of Dussehra (Rama's victory over his demon opponent Ravana), commenting flippantly that there would be no marks ... Chandigarh Tribune, 5 days ago
Kashmiris aren't with India, Indian journalist ... The Nation Pakistan, 1 day ago
Renowned Indian journalist shows mirror to Modi on Kashmir policy Associated Press of Pakistan, 2 days ago

Guns roar along LoC in Rajouri

NO report of any damages: Official Rajouri, Publish Date: Oct 18 2016 9:52AM | Updated Date: Oct 18 2016 9:52AM Representational Image India and Pakistan exchanged heavy gunfire and mortar shells along the Line of Control (LoC) in Lam area of ...
 Greater Kashmir1 week ago Kozhikode to Kashmir  Greater Kashmir4 days ago Major infiltration bid foiled on IB: BSF  Greater Kashmir4 days ago LoC: Pathway to Hope  Greater Kashmir1 week ago

London Exile Who Runs Pakistan's Biggest City Is Losing Control

After 24 years running Pakistan's largest city from exile in a quiet suburban house in north London, Altaf Hussain may be finally losing his grip on power. In August, the corpulent, bespectacled 63-year-old leader of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, ...
 Bloomberg5 days ago How Altaf Hussain who runs Karachi from London is fast losing control  Livemint.com5 days ago

Rohingya Islamist group blamed for border attacks has Pakistan links

3 Min ago 0 0 Dhaka: Myanmar has blamed a little known Rohingya Islamist group with links with the Pakistan Taliban for the recent spate of attacks on outposts along the Myanmar-Bangladesh border, a media report said on Wednesday. A ...
 India Online.in6 days ago Rohingya militants behind border outpost attacks have Pakistan links  Bdnews24.com6 days ago

Youssef thrashes Israr in CNS International Squash

ISLAMABAD-Pakistan's top most junior player Israr Ahmed was taught a squash lesson by Egyptian Youssef Soliman in the final qualifying round match of the $25,000 12th Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) International Squash Championship 2016 here at Mushaf ...
 The Nation Pakistan6 days ago

India's water war strategy

Iqbal Khan THE possibility of turning off the water taps on Pakistan has been raised before as well, but shelved each time, it has become a usual tool of Indian political leadership for playing to domestic gallery on the outset of each bilateral ...
 Pakistan Observer6 days ago

No Pakistani movie at this year's Mumbai film festival

Stepping towards positive India-Brazil relations: Countries sign agreements Girls protest against delay in university exams, CM Mehbooba assures help Protest erupts after alleged murder of RSS worker Alert sounded after ...
 Ani News1 week ago

Russian S-400 Triumf gives India an edge against Pakistan, China

At one point in the Syrian conflict when it appeared a walk in the park for the Nato forces — when Turkish fighters were all over the Syrian airspace, when they even downed a Russian SU-24 fighter for alleged airspace violations — Russia decided ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Russia's S-400 Triumf system is a game changer  Economic Times1 week ago

Soldier shot dead by sniper on LoC

At around 4.45 pm, an Indian army soldier received bullet due to a sniper shot by Pakistani forces deployed on the other side of the LOC, an official said. . GKNN Mehdhar/Rajouri, Publish Date: Oct 16 2016 11:25PM | Updated Date: Oct 16 2016 ...
 Greater Kashmir1 week ago Army snipers’ LoC mantra: Enemy is prey, we’re hunters  Asian Age1 week ago Terrorists Beware, Army Snipers On LoC Live By The Motto 'Dushman Sikaar, Hum Sikari'  Indiatimes1 week ago 'Enemy is my prey, I'm his hunter'  MSN News US1 week ago
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Balochistan student seeks MEA's help to fulfil his wish to become a doctor

Pakistani Hindu student from Balochistan has approached the external affairs ministry to help him with his education that has been affected by the ongoing crisis. Sagar Udassi Highlights Balochistan student seeks govt's help for colg ...
 India Today1 week ago
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