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Successive Pak governments used terror groups as proxy against India: US report

Successive Pak governments used terror groups as proxy against...

Pakistan is a "haven" for several Islamist terror groups and successive Pakistani governments are widely believed to have supported some outfits as proxies in the country's conflicts with its neighbours including India, a US Congressional research report has said. The report, dated May 14, notes that Pakistan's security services are seen by many independent analysts to be too willing to make distinctions between what they consider to be "good" and "bad" Islamist extremist groups, maintaining ..., 21 hours ago
Stop meddling in India's affairs: Rajnath to Pak Chandigarh Tribune, 22 hours ago

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Pakistan slams Indian minister's statement of terrorism

World Bulletin / News Desk Pakistan Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said on Sunday that his Indian counterpart's recent statement about sponsoring terrorism to counter terrorism had confirmed our assertions of Indian involvement in terrorist ...
 World Bulletin2 days ago Hostile language  The Express Tribune10 hours ago 'I am the Defence Minister, and my concern is India's defence'  The Hindu2 days ago

A virtual peace-building course for Indians and Pakistanis

Aaghaz-e-Dosti, a cross-border Initiative of India-based Mission Bhartiyam and Pakistan-based The Catalyst - Tc, has launched an eight-week virtual peace-building course to facilitate friendship and understanding among Indians and Pakistanis over ...
 Meri News1 day ago

'Not many top Indian players would like to go to Pakistan and play'

Virat Kohli congratulates Pakistan's Misbah-ul Haq during a match. Photograph: Getty Images Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar has expressed apprehensions about the prospect of Indian cricketers touring Pakistan in near future. The ending of a six-year long spell of isolation from international cricket may be seen as a major headway by the Pakistan Cricket Board but Gavaskar termed Zimbabwe's tour to the country a "baby step".  Zimbabwe is the first Test ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Not sure if top Indian players would tour Pakistan: Gavaskar  Deccan Herald5 days ago Not sure if Indian players would tour Pak: Gavaskar  Press Trust of India5 days ago Not sure if top Indian players will tour Pakistan: Gavaskar  News Today4 days ago
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Untangling the web of India, China and Pakistan diplomacy

By (Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and not necessarily those of Thomson Reuters) On the eve of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to China, Xinhua published a rare opinion piece by his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif.
 Reuters India2 days ago Stylish Modi yet to provide economic substance for Indian ambition  Dalje.com3 days ago Modi goes to China: What to expect  Sri Lanka Daily News1 week ago Lion dancers and flower bearing children welcomed Indian PM  New Zealand Herald1 week ago
Eurasia Review

Pakistan's RAW Fears Analysis

On May 14 , Pakistani Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry told journalists that India's primary foreign intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW), was involved in various terrorist activities across Pakistan . He went on to add ...
 4 Traders1 day ago Pakistan's RAW fears  South Asia Monitor2 days ago

Javed Sheikh opens up about Bwood, Pakistan's film industry

Pakistani veteran actor Javed Sheikh has been doing Indian films for quite a while now, albeit the fact that he has not been able to score a central role so far in Bollywood. The Pakistani ace actor who has starred in countless drama serials as well ...
 Daily Times5 days ago The Bollywood attraction  Kashmir Observer6 days ago

India vs Pakistan: First Test in Kolkata?

India and Pakistan fans are waiting for the arch-rivals to resume their rivalry. If India and Pakistan do play bilateral cricket again this year, Board of Control for Cricket in India or BCCI chief Jagmohan Dalmiya wants the series to be held in ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago Af-Pak intelligence tie-up raises eyebrows  Times of India6 days ago Get over it: The limits of Afghan-Pakistan rapprochement  Brookings Institution1 week ago India willing to manage Afghan airspace after U.S.-led coaliton pullout: media  Afghanistan News Center4 days ago

Pak shouldn't oppose India's role in Afghanistan: Expert

The United States should make it clear to Pakistan that Indian support for Afghanistan's stability poses no threat to its interests and should not be disrupted, an expert on South Asia has said. "Whether or not it further alters its planned troop withdrawal, the US should encourage Indian efforts to assist Afghanistan in areas of Indian expertise: democracy, economics, and civilian security," Alyssa Ayres, a senior fellow for India, Pakistan and South Asia at the Council on Foreign Relations, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Pakistan, Afghanistan sign MoU on intelligence sharing  Yahoo! India1 week ago Afghan government is sleeping with the enemy  Yahoo! Maktoob News6 days ago India vows to support Afghan cricket  Afghanistan Times1 week ago

India must review its Pak, US policies

In the light of the recent find of books and documents, it is evident that the Americans knew that the Pakistanis knew where the terrorist leader was In the light of the recent find of books and documents, it is evident that the Americans knew that the ...
 Asian Age6 days ago
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