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Indo-Pak. talks likely during Rajnath visit
The Hindu

Saarc: Rajnath Singh to raise Pak terror support

Home Minister Rajnath Singh. (Photo: PTI) Home minister Rajnath Singh will strongly raise the issue of Pakistan’s continued support to terror groups operating in India during his visit to Islamabad for the Saarc home and interior ministers conference ... Asian Age, 33 minutes ago
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NDTV, 2 days ago
Mumbai Mirror, 1 day ago
Pune Mirror, 2 days ago
Business Insider India, 3 hours ago
The Nation Pakistan, 23 hours ago
catchnews.com, 2 days ago
Digital Chosun, 21 hours ago

Captured LeT militant reveals Pak terror plot

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, July 29 -- A suspected Pakistani national arrested from Kashmir and described by the government as a "big terror catch" had crossed over to India to ...
 HT Syndication50 minutes ago India to confront Pakistan with fresh terror dossier on captured LeT terrorist  India Today15 hours ago
State Times

India to raise issue of Pak terror support

Pakistan's sustained support to cross-border terrorism will be raised by India's Home Minister Rajnath Singh during his two-day visit to Islamabad to attend the Saarc ministerial conference beginning August 3. Rajnath, who will attend the Saarc ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star7 hours ago Rajnath Singh to visit Islamabad for SAARC meet; no bilateral with Pak counterpart  Firstpost.com13 hours ago Rajnath to raise Pak-sponsored terror; no bilateral with Pakistan counterpart  New Indian Express13 hours ago SAARC summit: Rajnath may submit proof against Pak for sponsoring terror  Deccan Chronicle13 hours ago
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United News of India

BSF-Pak Rangers meet ends on optimistic note

BSF Director General K K Sharma and Pak Rangers (Punjab) DG Maj Gen Umar Farooq Burki, signed a joint record of discussions at the end of the four-day meeting that began on July 25 at the headquarters of the Rangers in Lahore in Pakistan. Press ...
 Greater Kashmir1 hour ago BSF, Pak Rangers hold border talks in Lahore  Times of India4 hours ago PTI - BORDER-PAK 2 LAST - (REOPENS DEL 35)  Namibia Press Agency8 hours ago BSF, Pak Rangers conclude meeting in Lahore  United News of India10 hours ago
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Times of India

In Pak's tribal town, guns cheaper than smartphones

Gunfire echoes through a dusty northwest tribal town, the soundtrack to Pakistan's biggest arms black market, where Kalashnikovs welded from scrap metal are cheaper than smartphones. Darra Adamkhel, a town surrounded by hills around 35 km south of ...
 Chandigarh Tribune7 hours ago Guns cheaper than phones in Pak town  Bangladesh Daily Star7 hours ago Guns cheaper than smartphones in this Pak town  Times of India21 hours ago Guns cheaper than smartphones in Pak tribal town  New Age Bangladesh6 hours ago
New Delhi Pioneer

NIA hopes prize LeT catch to spill beans on Pak links to Valley violence

Tayyeba (LeT) terrorist Bahadur Ali, alias Saifullah — recently caught alive by the security forces in Jammu & Kashmir — is a trained jehadi who had attended Daur-e-Aam sessions at Chela Bandi terror camp near Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-Occupied ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 hours ago Army nabs Pak terrorist, kills 4  Mumbai Mirror1 day ago 4 Pak Terrorists Killed, 1 Caught Alive In Jammu And Kashmir's Kupwara  NDTV2 days ago Terrorist caught alive a big success, exposes Pak: Rijiju  Punjabkesari2 days ago
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Omar welcomes Rajnath’s Pak. visit

National Conference working president Omar Abdullah on Thursday hailed Home Minister Rajnath Singhs scheduled visit to Pakistan for the SAARC ministerial conference. Good to see that in spite of the rants on TV & the trolls on Twitter @rajnathsingh will ...
 The Hindu5 hours ago Good that Rajnath will travel to Pak: Omar Abdullah  Press Trust of India14 hours ago
DNA

Kashmir unrest: EU calls for calm, urges India and Pak to involve Kashmiris in the dialogue

The EU said that the government of India and Pakistan should also involve people of Kashmir in the dialogue.
 DNA7 hours ago Pak Again Asks India to Hold Plebiscite in Kashmir  Outlook India15 hours ago Pak group highlights Indian Army atrocity in Kashmir goes viral  Business Recorder2 days ago
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NDTV

Rajnath To Visit Pak Amid Rising Tension

NEW DELHI:India's home minister will travel to Pakistan next week for a one-day regional meeting, New Delhi said on Thursday, as tensions flare between the nuclear-armed rivals over unrest in Kashmir. Rajnath Singh will attend a meeting of home ...
 Kashmir Observer7 hours ago Amid Sharp India-Pak Tension, Rajnath Singh To Visit Islamabad Next Week  NDTV20 hours ago
News18.com

Wards of minorites from Pak, B'desh to get admisssion in

Indian institutes New Delhi, Jul 28 (PTI) Children of persecuted minority migrants from Pakistan and Bangladesh living in India will be allowed admission in medical and dental colleges, with External Affairs Ministry (MEA) making the provision ...
 Press Trust of India11 hours ago Edu relief for Pak, Bangla Hindus in India  Times of India1 day ago Wards of minorites from Pak, Bdesh to get admisssion in Indian institutes  Daily Excelsior.com11 hours ago Wards of Minorities From Pak, B'desh to Get Admission in Indian Institutes  News18.com11 hours ago
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