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Indo-pak ties: Whom to talk to in Pakistan, asks Narendra Modi
Deccan Chronicle

How Pakistan campaigned against India's NSG bid

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's intensive diplomatic lobbying, including Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif personally writing to 17 prime ministers, prevented India from gaining entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), top Pakistani foreign affairs advisor ... Economic Times, 2 hours ago

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Deutsche Welle

India's SCO Membership Will Help Protect The Region, Says PM Narendra Modi

According to media reports, Pakistan became a member of the SCO after the country's National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz signed the Memorandum of Obligations (MoOs) at the two-day summit at Tashkent , Uzbekistan , with the foreign ministers of six ...
 Equilibrio Informativo6 hours ago Pakistan joins SCO as full member  Sify2 days ago Pakistan becomes full member of SCO  Equilibrio Informativo19 hours ago India, Pakistan and the SCO expansion  Deutsche Welle3 days ago
The Express Tribune

NPT: Cannot equate India with Pakistan, says Swarup

New Delhi's diplom­atic effort­s to secure member­ship of Nuclea­r Suppli­ers Group fail to yield desire­d result­s New Delhi's diplomatic efforts to secure membership of Nuclear Suppliers Group fail to yield desired results. PHOTO: ...
 The Express Tribune22 hours ago India joins elite missile group  The Gulf Today21 minutes ago Switzerland takes U-turn; India NSG bid hangs in balance  Equilibrio Informativo10 hours ago US senator hails NSG ruling on India's membership bid  DAWN Group1 day ago

Latest ICC ODI Team Rankings: India move up one spot to 3rd as South Africa fall

West Indies open up seven point advantage over 9th-placed Pakistan. by Ram Kumar News 28 Jun 2016, 00:13 IST Updated : 28 Jun 2016, 01:31 IST South Africa lost quite a few rating points due to a poor performance in the Caribbean South Africa have dropped two ...
 Sportskeeda.com5 hours ago India maintains third position in latest ICC ODI Team ranking  New Indian Express6 hours ago India 3rd in ICC ODI rankings, Kohli fails to dislodge his RCB mate from top spot  DNA India8 hours ago Australia No. 1 ODI team, India retain their position  ABP Live8 hours ago
DNA India

Pampore attack: Rajnath Singh blames Pakistan for CRPF ambush, pitches for tit-for-tat

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday clearly accused Pakistan of trying to destabilise India, a day after militants ambushed a CRPF convoy in Kashmir killing 8 personnel, and said a central team will look into possible lapses which may have led to ...
 DNA India22 hours ago Mehbooba cries shame, Rajnath blames Pak  The Telegraph1 day ago Won't count bullets while retaliating, says Rajnath  Deccan Herald1 day ago India orders troops 'not to count bullets' while retaliating against 'enemy' targets  International Business Times UK14 hours ago
Siasat Daily

India will have to be alert all the time with Pakistan: PM

Having taken risky initiatives, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said India will have to be alert and conscious all the time but wondered with whom in Pakistan red lines can be drawn for conducting talks — with the elected government or ...
 Siasat Daily10 hours ago Hinting at multiple power centres in Pakistan, PM Modi says India needs to be alert  DNA13 hours ago Have to be alert with Pak: PM  The Assam Tribune7 hours ago PTI - PM-PAK - India will have to alert, conscious all the time with Pak: PM  Namibia Press Agency14 hours ago
DNA India

At least 10 others toed our line, claims China; Nawaz missives worked, boasts Pakistan

NEWDELHI: After India blamed one country — indirectly hinting at China — for blocking its entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), China said at least 10-odd countries had pushed the group to discuss the issue of non-NPT states inclusion in ...
 New Indian Express2 hours ago India Irked by China Stalling Its Nuclear Group Membership  ECN11 hours ago China refutes India's allegation, says 'many countries had views'on NSG bid of non-NPT countries  DNA India14 hours ago 'Many countries' opposed entry of non-NPT states to NSG: China  Rediff.com15 hours ago

Time for a new Pakistan brew

The press conference of the foreign minister last week, as part of an annual ritual, reaffirmed India's standard Pakistan policy. It was the same old wine, however bottled by Sushma Swaraj. The Indian stand continues to be to resolve issues through ...
 The Statesman3 hours ago

War not a solution between India, Pakistan, issues can be resolved through talks: Pak High Commissioner Abdul Basit

Last Updated: Monday, May 30, 2016 - 20:47 Delhi: Pak High Commissioner Abdul Basit said on Monday that war was not a solution between India and Pakistan. He said, "Only foolish people would consider war as a solution to the problems," as per ANI . "Five ...
 Zee News4 weeks ago Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit 'spoiling' Indo  First Post.com13 hours ago Send back Pak High Commissioner, he’s spoiling relations: NCP  Asian Age11 hours ago

India-Pak peace process: 'Who do we talk to?' asks PM frankly

Modi pointed to multiple power centres in Pakistan to explain New Delhi’s difficulty
 MSN India7 hours ago
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