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Pak bans entry of Afghans having Indian visa on passport
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Pak bans entry of Afghans having Indian visa on passport

Slapping fresh sanctions on Afghan nationals, Pakistan has now banned entry for Afghans having an Indian visa in their passports. Director of Hamid Karzai International Airport, Mohammad Asif Jabbarkhail said on Tuesday that over the past few days, Pakistan has deported or banned entry to at least 10 Afghans after finding Indian visas in their passports, reports Tolo News. Responding to this new sanction, Afghanistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said the decision is unacceptable and ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago

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Attack on American University in Kabul leaves 12 dead

Afghan forces ended the assault after 10 hours of gunfire. IMAGE: Afghan policemen stand guard at the site of an attack at American University of Afghanistan in Kabul. Photograph: Mohammad Ismail/Reuters Afghan security forces on Thursday killed two gunmen who attacked the American University in Kabul, ending a 10-hour assault on the compound that left twelve dead. The dead included seven students, according to Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqqi. Three police officers ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Two Indians killed in Kabul blast  Rediff.com2 months ago
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India's friendly steps towards Pak face this 'unique challenge'

India’s efforts to have ‘closer and broader’ cooperation in South Asia often faced roadblocks due to ‘unique challenge’ from Pakistan which tends to use terrorism as an instrument of policy of diplomacy, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar said on Wednesday night. In strong criticism of Pakistan, he said almost all major initiatives of India in South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation -- be it enhancing connectivity or having deeper engagement in some other key ...
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Pathankot NSG martyr gets Shaurya Chakra on Independence Day

Lieutenant Colonel Niranjan E K, head of National Security Guard’s bomb disposal unit who was killed while sanitising a terrorist’s body during the Pathankot air base terror attack in January, has been honoured with the Shaurya Chakra, the third highest peacetime gallantry medal of the country, on the eve of the 70th Independence Day. Niranjan, an officer of the army’s corps of engineer, was part of the special NSG commandos unit that was rushed to the Indian Air Force base in ...
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Sushma Swaraj helps couple reunite on honeymoon

She’s time and time proved how helpful she is and this time the story proves that External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is a romantic at heart!   On Monday night, Swaraj came to the aid of lovers facing, or going through, a forced separation. Faizan Patel, tweeted on August 4, days before he and his wife were to go to Italy on their honeymoon, that his wife Sana Fatima Khan lost her passport. Taking to Twitter, he said, “This is how I am travelling with my wife as of ...
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German train attacker vowed 'revenge on the infidels'

The 17-year-old Afghan asylum-seeker who went on a rampage with an axe and a knife on a German train on Monday wanted to avenge his friend’s death by ‘killing infidels’, investigating officers said on Tuesday. The teen had received a word that a friend had died in his home country days before. He vowed in a note that he would ‘take revenge on these infidels’. The man, who injured at least 20 passengers on the train -- three of them seriously – was shot and ...
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World's fastest-growing economy lags most South Asian neighbours

India’s per capita GDP of $5,238 in 2013 was 65 per cent lower than Iran, 54 per cent lower than Maldives, 44 per cent lower than Sri Lanka and 27 per cent lower than Bhutan, according to the Human Development Report 2015 Image: Bablu Das, a 46-year-old Indian artist, walks on stilts for an advertisement campaign. Photograph: Reuters. The world’s fastest-growing economy, on course to become the world’s third largest by 2030 with a gross domestic product (GDP) of $7.3 ...
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PM Modi awarded Afghanistan's top civilian honour

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on a brief visit to Afghanistan, was on Saturday conferred with Amir Amanullah Khan Award, the country’s highest civilian honour. He was awarded the honour by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani after the inauguration of the landmark Afghan-India Friendship Dam. “A true brotherhood is honoured. PM is awarded the Amir Amanullah Khan Award, Afghanistan’s highest civilian honour,” external affairs ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted along ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago With entry into NSG on his mind, PM embarks on 5-nation tour  Rediff.com2 months ago Modi to kick off his 5-nation visit tomorrow  Rediff.com2 months ago In Pictures | 5 highlights from PM Narendra Modi's five-nation tour  DNA2 months ago
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JeM leader who directed Pathankot attack flees to Afghanistan

The Jaish-e-Mohammed leader who gave directions over the phone to the terrorists during the attack on the Pathankot airbase has reportedly managed to flee to Afghanistan from Pakistan, an official said. “The alleged JeM handler who communicated by telephone more than two-dozen times with the terrorists in Pathankot before they carried out the attack on the airbase on January 2, 2016 has managed to cross into Afghan border,” a member of the Joint Investigation Team probing the ...
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How a marine saved dozens of lives during Orlando shooting

A 24-year-old Marine, who served in Afghanistan, is being hailed as a hero for helping scores of people escape from an Orlando club targeted by a terrorist who killed 49 people in the deadliest shooting in the United States history. Imran Yousuf, a bouncer at the Pulse nightclub, heard the gunfire break out early Sunday morning. "The initial one was three or four (shots). That was a shock. Three of four shots go off and you could tell it was a high caliber," Yousuf, a former sergeant who just ...
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