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Feel encouraged by Modi's criticism of Giriraj: Pak High Commissioner
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Encouraging if Modi stays on Atal track: Pak envoy

Pakistan’s high commissioner to India Abdul Basit said here on Wednesday that he was “very much encouraged” by BJP PM hopeful Narendra Modi’s remark that he will “take forward” former PM Atal Behari Vajpayee’s foreign policy to build trust and ... Asian Age, 45 minutes ago

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Narendra Modi's remark on Indo-Pak relations encourages Pakistan envoy

New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's statement that the relations between India and Pakistan should be equally balanced with no bluster from either side, was welcomed by Pakistan's High Commissioner to ...
 PardaPhash16 hours ago Pak encouraged by Modi's remarks  Daily Excelsior.com5 hours ago Pak welcomes Narendra Modi`s statement on improving ties with foreign nations  Zee News15 hours ago Pakistani envoy welcomes Modi's statement on Indo-Pak relationship  Jagran Post16 hours ago
Times of India

BJP nominee warns Modi critics: Pak, not India, for you soon

Kicking up a row with remarks aimed to polarise votes, Bihar BJP leader Giriraj Singh, who is also the party candidate from Nawada, has said those who want to stop BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi will soon have no place in India...
 Financial Express3 days ago Jharkhand police set to arrest Giriraj Singh for Pak comment  Times of India1 day ago Farooq slams Giriraj for his Pak remarks  Kashmir Times2 days ago Pak envoy welcomes Narendra Modi`s criticism of Giriraj Singh  Zee News16 hours ago
Financial Express

Khushwant's wish to reunite with Pak roots fulfilled

Pakistani writer and columnist Fakir Syed Aijazuddin brought Singh's ashes from India to fulfill his desire. A fistful of ashes of Indian journalist and author Khushwant Singh has been brought to his birthplace in Pakistan's Punjab province to ...
 Indian Express9 hours ago Khushwant's Desire to Reunite With Pak Roots Comes True  Outlook India19 hours ago Khushwant Singh's desire to reunite with Pak roots comes true  Times of India11 hours ago Khushwant Singh`s desire to reunite with Pak roots comes true  ZeeNews.com19 hours ago
IndiaTV News

Heroin worth Rs 35cr, ammunition seized near India-Pak border

Border Security Force (BSF) personnel's have seized 7 kilogram of heroin valued at around Rs 35 crore in the international market , 1 pistol, 1 magazine and 5 rounds of ammunition following a brief shoot out with Pak smugglers near India-Pak international ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Pakistani smuggler shot dead by BSF  Times of India1 week ago BSF seize Rs 65 crore heroin on Indo-Pak border  Times of India2 weeks ago Heroin worth Rs 65 crore, munitions seized from Indo-Pak border  NDTV2 weeks ago

PTI - CHINA-NAVY - India, China, Pak naval ships hold rare exercises

CHINA-NAVY - India, China, Pak naval ships hold rare exercises Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. From K J M Varma Beijing, Apr 23 (PTI) India's stealth frigate INS Shivalik today took part in rare drills with Chinese and Pakistan naval ships in ...
 Namibia Press Agency18 hours ago India, China & Pak naval ships...  The Echo Of India6 hours ago India, China, Pak naval ships hold rare exercises  Islamic Republic News Agency13 hours ago India,China,Pak naval ships hold rare exercises  Punjabkesari17 hours ago
Business Standard India

Pak court adjourns Mumbai attacks case till April 30

60 witnesses, the court has so far completed cross examination of 32 prosecution witnesses Press Trust of India | Lahore April 23, 2014 Last Updated at 20:14 IST A Pakistani anti- terrorism court conducting the trial of the seven accused in the ...
 Business Standard India13 hours ago Pak court adjourns Mumbai a...  Siasat Daily12 hours ago Mumbai attacks trial in Pak stalled due to security reasons  New Kerala2 weeks ago Pak anti-terror judge demands security due to threats  First Post.com2 weeks ago
Pakistan Today

Pak says import bans to go after India eases subsidies

Pakistan has said it will allow import of all items from India once the ongoing election process in the country is over and New Delhi is in a position to implement the “arrangement” for reducing s...
 Business Line18 hours ago

Pak intruders won't dare to cross border once Modi becomes PM: Amit Shah

"Once Modiji becomes PM, leave incidents of beheading of Indian soldiers, the Pakistani intruders will not even dare to enter into Indian side," Shah said at an election rally in support of Apna Dal leader and NDA nominee Anupriya Patel. Attacking the ...
 Jagran Post15 hours ago When Modi is PM, Pak intruders won't dare to cross border: Shah  Deccan Herald14 hours ago With Modi as PM, Pak intruders won’t dare to cross border: Amit Shah  State Times6 hours ago

Pak defence establishment wants Geo TV shut for targeting ISI

Press Trust of India | Islamabad April 23, 2014 Last Updated at 18:04 IST Peeved at what it calls "false and scandalous reports" targeting the powerful ISI and its chief, Pakistan's Defence Ministry has filed a complaint before the media watchdog ...
 Business Standard India15 hours ago Pak govt wants Geo TV shut for targeting ISI  The Statesman7 hours ago
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