Press Trust of India Islamabad, 27 November: Pakistan's former interior minister Rehman Malik has claimed that he had documentary evidence about the presence of the dreaded Islamic State terror group in the country. He said that Prime Minister ... The Statesman, 12 minutes ago
IS has established contact with Pak Taliban, claims Rehman Malik - First Post.com, 17 minutes ago
MEA spokes Syed Akbaruddin tweets: Goodbye Dhulikhel. PM @narendramodi leaving SAARC retreat.Rediff.com, 5 minutes ago Modi, Sharif at SAARC retreat, Nepal to attempt saving the summit India Today, 1 hour ago
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistani Premier Nawaz Sharif on Thursday shook hands and met briefly during the retreat at the SAARC summit. The post Modi, Sharif meet briefly at SAARC summit, Nepal urges India, Pak to hold talks appeared first on ...First Post.com, 1 hour ago Modi, Sharif shake hands, meet at Saarc retreat Times of India, 47 minutes ago
KATHMANDU - Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Indian Premier Narendra Modi on Wednesday spent a very busy day and yet remained apart from each other, carrying pulled-up and tension-ridden faces. No evidence was available if the two major Saarc ...The Nation Pakistan, 5 hours ago No plans to have structured meeting between India and Pak: MEA spokesman The Statesman, 1 day ago No 'structured' meeting between PM and Pak PM: India Rediff.com, 1 day ago Modi, Sharif evade each other at SAARC Deccan Herald, 8 hours ago
Home Minister Rajnath Singh. (Photo: PTI/DC) Jamshedpur: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said that New Delhi will build up diplomatic pressure on Pakistan to ensure that the latter brings the perpetrators of the 26-11 attacks in ...Deccan Chronicle, 20 hours ago Will build diplomatic pressure on Pak to hand over 26/11 accused to India: Rajna International Business Times India, 22 hours ago Will pressure Pak to release 26/11 culprits to India, says Rajnath Singh ZeeNews.com, 23 hours ago India mounting pressure on Pak over 26/11 attacks Kashmir Times, 2 hours ago
The two-day 18th SAARC summit has started at Nepal's capital city Kathmandu from today. The leaders of the eight South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) countries are meeting for the first time since the election of a new government ...Meri News, 1 day ago Saarc summit: Pak-India friction threatens S Asia trade The Express Tribune, 10 hours ago Pak under pressure to save SAARC trade agenda Money Today, 2 hours ago Terrorism Threat Takes Centre Stage; Indo-Pak Talks Ruled out International Business Times India, 20 hours ago
Satyameva Jayate But no dialogue till Pak announces the new policy to shoot anyone trying to illegally cross the LOC.
ISLAMABAD/KATHMANDU - Nepal's Foreign Minister Mahendra Bahadur Pandey on Monday said the he will push for Pakistan-India talks on the sidelines of the Saarc summit which starts on November 26, the Economic Times reported. We are trying to crack ...The Nation Pakistan, 22 hours ago SAARC Live: No formal India-Pakistan talks, confirms ... Firstpost.com, 23 hours ago Nepal foreign minister will egg India, Pak to hold talks First Post.com, 2 days ago Will push India, Pak to hold talks: Nepal foreign minister The Week, 2 days ago
PM Narendra Modi also said that India's National Knowledge Network will be extended to the SAARC region. (Source: PTI photo) In a bid to change the narrative of SAARC from cynicism to optimism and take the lead in that direction, Prime Minister ...Indian Express, 9 hours ago Pak blocks 3 SAARC connectivity pacts, Modi not to meet Sharif India Today, 3 hours ago India and Pakistan must stop playing with SAARCs future The Express Tribune, 13 hours ago
KATHMANDU - The future of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) is directly linked to normalisation of bilateral relations between India and Pakistan, the two major partners and main stakeholders in South Asia. This candid ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 day ago Stalled Saarc: Members make desperate attempt to clear Pak obstacles Oneindia, 2 hours ago
Hostilities between rivals India and Pakistan on Wednesday (26 November) threatened to scupper efforts by South Asian leaders to boost trade among almost a quarter of the world's people, throwing into doubt any prospect of a regional customs union. ...Businessworld India, 5 hours ago India seeks to boost regional ties at Saarc but Pak rivalry casts shadow Hindustan Times, 1 day ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!