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Pakistan a dangerous place for Indian kids
Weekly Voice

Diplomatic staff can't take children along to Pak.

India on Monday confirmed Pakistani newspaper reports that the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has termed Islamabad a non-school posting for Indian diplomats. It is a normal practice for all countries to review staffing and related policies ... The Hindu, 2 days ago
Pakistan a dangerous place for Indian kids Weekly Voice, 2 days ago
Shift your kids from Pakistan, envoys advised Deccan Chronicle, 2 days ago
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Indian Express

Pak’s longing for J&K has been exposed: India

The ministry of external affairs (MEA) on Thursday demanded that Pakistan “ensure full safety and security of the Indian high commission, all its officials and their families in Pakistan”, given the “threats of marches and protests”. It added that ...
 Asian Age6 days ago The MEA also urged Pakistan to ensure full safety and security of the High Commission, all its officials and their families in Pakistan in view of the threats of marches and protests at the High Commission of India in Islamabad.  Indian Express1 week ago Pak's longing for J&K has been exposed: India  South Asia Monitor6 days ago

Geeta redux: India to bring back Indian boy from Bangladesh

tests prove he is the son of an Indian couple, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj announced on Tuesday. "Our High Commission officials in Dhaka will visit Jessore where Sonu is lodged in a Children's Shelter Home in Pulerhat (Jessore). "We will ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago India to bring back 12-year-old boy from Bangladesh  The Statesman2 months ago
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Deccan Chronicle

'Stop inciting Kashmir violence, leave PoK,' MEA slams Pak over 'Black Day'

New Delhi: The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday sent a strong message to Pakistan and asked it to stop meddling in the internal affairs of India, while referring to the current unrest prevailing in Kashmir following the killing of ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Stop supporting terrorism in J&K: India to Pak  Kashmir Times5 days ago Avoid Pak schools, envoys told  Deccan Herald2 days ago India asks Pakistan to vacate POK  Asian Lite1 week ago
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India tells envoys to school their kids outside Pakistan

Indian High Commissioner Gautam Bambawale with Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. (Photo: Twitter) Speculation is rife that Indian intelligence agencies may have cautioned the government in New Delhi of a possible security threat to the children of ...
 Asian Age2 days ago
DNA India

You will never make heaven on earth a haven for terrorists: Sushma reacts strongly to Sharif's comments on Kashmir

Slamming the Pakistani leaders for making statement about the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj responded strongly to Pakistan's comments about the region. She told ANI: Pakistan has never given blessings to ...
 DNA India5 days ago
DeshGujarat

Pakistan govt hands over list of 518 Indian prisoners

Among these 500 plus prisoners which include 463 fishermen, this is confirmed by the Ministry of External affairs on Friday. Talking to newsmen here at a local hotel at an iftar dinner, he said, atmosphere for resumption of talks between Pakistan ...
 Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago 518 Indians including 463 fishermen languishing in Pakistani jails  DeshGujarat3 weeks ago More than 500 Indians lodged in Pakistani jails  International Business Times India3 weeks ago 518 Indians languishing in Pak jails  Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago
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Financial Express

No reply to query, NIA writes to Pakistan: Allow us to visit for Pathankot probe

Sources have told The Indian Express that the NIA has sent a letter to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) which will forward it to authorities in Pakistan. Letters Rogatory sent to Islamabad on the Pathankot airbase attack case, the National ...
 Financial Express2 months ago Pathankot probe: NIA writes to Pak, asking visit permission  MSN News US2 months ago

Pakistan demands release of 518 citizens in Indian jails

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has provided a list of 518 Pakistani citizens in Indian jails to Indian ministry of external affairs and demanded immediate measures for their release, ARY News reported. Foreign ministry spokesman said Pakistani High ...
 ARY News.tv3 weeks ago
Financial Express

India asks High Commission staff to withdraw kids from Pak schools

NEWDELHI: India on Monday declared Pakistan a non-school mission, asking its officials in the High Commission in Islamabad to withdraw their children from schools there, indicating further deterioration in relations between the two countries. New ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago No school kids in Pak, India tells staff  Chandigarh Tribune2 days ago India makes Pakistan 'no-school going mission'  HT Syndication2 days ago India 'downgrades' Pakistan as no school going mission  Financial Express3 days ago
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