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Nat Geo's famous 'Afghan Girl' arrested for ID card fraud

Nat Geo's famous 'Afghan Girl' arrested for ID card fraud

Sharbat Gula, the famed green-eyed ‘Afghan girl’ who was immortalised in 1985 when the National Geographic magazine published her haunting picture on its cover, was arrested in Peshawar on Wednesday for staying in Pakistan with fake identity documents. Confirming her arrest, the Federal Investigation Agency authorities said Sharbat, now in her 40s, was arrested from the Nothia area for illegally possessing a Pakistani ID card. Dubbed as ‘Mona Lisa of Afghan war’, Sharbat ..., 8 hours ago

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SAARC summit could be postponed, hints Pakistan

The development comes after four of the eight member states -- India, Afghanistan, Bhutan and Bangladesh -- decided to pull out.   In the first concrete fallout of the increasing tensions between India and Pakistan in the wake of the September 18, Uri terror attack, the 19th SAARC Summit, scheduled to be hosted in Islamabad in November, is all set to be postponed. Nepal, the current chair of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), is mulling recommending either a ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Pak isolated after India, 3 other countries pull out of SAARC summit  Rediff.com4 weeks ago Pakistan postpones SAARC summit; slams India for derailing it  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Sri Lanka pulls out of SAARC summit  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

REVEALED: New York bomb suspect's Pakistani links

Investigations have revealed that Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, the Afghan-born naturalised United States citizen since 2011 and New York and New Jersey bombings suspect, had married a Pakistani woman and had made at least three months-long trips to both Pakistan and Afghanistan since 2014. His Pakistani-origin wife left the US just days before the attacks and authorities are now working with Pakistani and United Arab Emirates officials to get access to her, media reports said on Tuesday. US ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Manhattan Blast Terror Suspect Visited Taliban Stronghold Quetta In Pakistan  Jagran Post1 month ago

In a first, special medals for ITBP canines, horses

For the first time, four-legged ‘soldiers’ who accompany troops in combat zones for sanitisation exercises and logistical tasks will be decorated with special medals instituted exclusively for them on lines of those given to troops. The initiative has been taken by Sino-India border etan Border Police which has instituted an ‘Animal Transport’ and a ‘K9’ (canine) medal and has chosen its workhorse ‘Thunderbolt’ and female dog ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

If India can't build Chabahar, China will

The Modi government’s appalling inefficiency and lack of purpose stand exposed, says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. My archives on India-Iran relations include a clipping from DNA newspaper from Mumbai, going back to May last year. It is a Press Trust of India report, Iran’s Chabahar port to be operational by December 2016: Nitin Gadkari, based on an exclusive interview with the Union minister of transport, coinciding with his visit to Teheran to finalise the Chabahar project.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Setback for India: US won't declare Pakistan a 'terrorist state'

The United States on Friday said it does not support declaring Pakistan a ‘terrorist state’ but will continue to work with the governments in the region to eliminate safe havens which also pose a threat to India. The US also called for a “meaningful dialogue” between India and Pakistan to address differences including the Kashmir issue and to bring down the recent tensions. State Department spokesperson John Kirby, however, expressed confidence that Pakistan has kept ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Sanctioning Pak may backfire: US lawmakers warned  Rediff.com1 month ago Pakistan can't 'pick and choose' terror groups to go after: US  Rediff.com1 month ago Pakistan-Based Terror Groups Threat To South Asian Region: US  Jagran Post1 month ago

Create conducive environment for successful SAARC meet: Nepal

Nepal on Wednesday ‘strongly urged’ that a conducive environment be created to ensure participation of all members in the next South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation summit in Pakistan, after four countries of the regional grouping,, including India, pulled out of the summit indirectly blaming Islamabad. Nepal said it ‘has received communications' from four member-states -- Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan and India -- in which they conveyed their inability to ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

After longest mission, ISRO reveals plans for the future

With Monday’s successful launch of eight satellites, including India’s SCATSAT-1, space agency the Indian Space Research Organisation is focusing on more launches including that of a communication satellite from French Guiana next month. “Today’s multi-orbit mission has proved PSLV’s ability and talks are already on with Algeria for more launches,” ISRO Chairman A S Kiran Kumar said. Besides SCATSAT-1, the PSLV C-35 had injected two Indian university ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'If Burhan Wani had lived in India he wouldn't have become a militant'

‘I was born in Hindustan. Why do we have to prove our Indianness every time? Would you ask this of a Bihari?’ Six Kashmiri Muslim students belonging to Sarhad, an organisation which brings semi-orphans from strife-torn regions to live and study at their school and college in Pune, share their hopes for their state and their experiences outside it. Jyoti Punwani reports.  IMAGE: A boy stands next to a wall painted with graffiti during a protest in Srinagar.
 Rediff.com1 month ago India's friendly steps towards Pak face this 'unique challenge'  Rediff.com2 months ago

Turnbull assures PM of Australia's support to India's NSG bid

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday met his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull who assured his country’s support to India’s bid for the NSG membershipand the two leader agreed to deepen the bilateral defence and security cooperation. Prime Minister Modi thanked Turnbull for Australia’s pro-active support to India’s membership of the elite nuclear trading club when the two leaders met on the sidelines of the G20 Summit, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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