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China asks India, Pakistan to exercise restraint at border
Deccan Chronicle

PDP behind cancellation of NSA talks: Omar

A day after PDP president Mehbooba Mufti termed cancellation of India-Pakistan NSA-level talks as big loss, opposition National Conference working president Omar Abdullah Tuesday accused ruling PDP of calling off India-Pakistan talks.“Who are you trying to ... Rising Kashmir, 2 hours ago
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Times of India

Army chief General Suhag says India needs to be ready for short wars

NEW DELHI: Slamming Pakistan for using "new methods" to create unrest in Jammu and Kashmir as well as spread the "arc of violence" to other areas, the Indian Army on Tuesday said it was ready for short wars which could be swiftly unleashed without ...
 Times of India6 hours ago Pak Using New Methods to Create Trouble in Jammu and Kashmir: Army Chief Dalbir Singh  Rediff.com19 hours ago India prepared for swift, short wars in future: Army Chief  Rediff.com13 hours ago India needs to be ready for short wars, says army chief  Rediff.com15 hours ago
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Indiatimes

India And Pakistan Were Not At Each Others Throats In Sports Till 1965. What Changed After?

ICC Before 1965, India and Pakistan had squared off on the playing field on several occasions. Despite the bitterness of the Partition, most of the encounters in cricket, hockey and football were held in a cordial atmosphere though there were ...
 Indiatimes1 day ago India's security environment is complex, says Manohar Parrikar  One India16 hours ago Security environment is complex, says Parrikar  Prokerala17 hours ago Pakistan paid for its misadventure in 1965, says Manohar Parrikar  Indian Express4 hours ago
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Times of India

US: India, Pak must decide on their relationship on their own

US has said it is for India and Pakistan to reduce tensions between them and decide on their relationship, ruling out any role for itself in the revival of Indo-Pak dialogue. "About relations (between India and) India that's really a matter between the two ...
 MSN India22 hours ago It's for India, Pak to decide on their relationship: US  Deccan Herald23 hours ago It`s for India, Pakistan to decide on their relationship: US  Zee News1 day ago Indo-Pak relations: Letting the men in uniform talk  Business Standard2 days ago
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Rising Kashmir

Cross LoC trade

The cross LoC trade is one of the biggest confidence building measures between India and Pakistan. The decision to start trade came after a high level meeting between the then Prime Minister of India and the President of Pakistan in April, 2005. Following ...
 Rising Kashmir7 hours ago Pakistanis protest against cross-border fire from India  Xinhua News Agency4 days ago India-Pakistan Gunfire: Clash Between Border Guards Leaves Nine Dead  Hngn.com3 days ago Clashes along Pakistan-India border kill nine  UPI4 days ago
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Rediff.com

Are 54 Indians in Pakistan jails dead or alive, asks SC

“Are they still alive,” the Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Centre expressing concern over the present status of 54 Indian Prisoners of War languishing in Pakistan jails since 1971. “We don’t know,” Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar, appearing for the external affairs and defence ministries, told a bench of Justices T S Thakur and Kurian Joseph. “We presume that they are dead as Pakistan has been denying their presence in their prisons,” he said. The ...
 Rediff.com11 hours ago Are Indian Prisoners of War still alive in Pakistan jails, asks SC  Deccan Chronicle12 hours ago
Pakistan Observer

China praises true friend Pakistan

India refuses to send troops for military parade Monday, August 31, 2015 - Beijing/New Delhi—The Beijing military parade next week will see as many as 1,000 foreign troops from 17 countries march in China for the first time alongside the ...
 Pakistan Observer1 day ago Beijing downplays India skipping military parade  India Today9 hours ago India not to send military contingent to China for multi-national parade  Ani News3 days ago

The others among us will need to step up now: Mathews

Sri Lanka has now lost two successive series to two of its biggest sub-continental rivals — India and Pakistan.
 The Hindu8 hours ago
Siasat Daily

Made an offer to India of sending Geeta along with Aziz: Pak

Geeta, the deaf and mute Indian girl stuck in Pakistan for more than a decade, would have been in India had the Indo-Pak NSA-level talks not been cancelled.  Pakistan had made an offer to India of sending Geeta in a special plane along with its National Security Adviser Sartaj Aziz when he was to come here to hold talks with his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval on August 24. "We had offered to send Geeta with Aziz as a goodwill gesture but there was no response from India," according to ...
 Rediff.com11 hours ago
5 Dariya News - English

1965 war costly misadventure for Pakistan : Hamid Ansari

Vice President M. Hamid Ansari on Tuesday said the 1965 war against India was a "costly misadventure" for Pakistan."In the final analysis, the war was a costly military and political misadventure for Pakistan," Ansari said in his inaugural speech at ...
 5 Dariya News - English10 hours ago 1965 war was costly misadventure of Pakistan: Ansari  Deccan Herald16 hours ago 1965 war was a result of Pakistan's obduracy: Hamid Ansari  India Today14 hours ago 1965 war was a costly misadventure of Pakistan: Hamid ...  Firstpost.com15 hours ago
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