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Who do we talk to in Pakistan to decide red lines, enquires Modi
ARY News.tv

Who do we talk to in Pakistan to decide red lines, enquires Modi

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday that India was willing to engage with Pakistan on varying platforms. However, it is extremely difficult to decide who to speak to about peace in Islamabad. The first thing is ... ARY News.tv, 21 hours ago
From London, it looks bad for India Calcutta Telegraph, 4 days ago
Indian-Origin Voters Divided in Brexit Vote Outlook India, 5 days ago
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ARY News.tv

Fawad Khan steals the show at IIFA Awards 2016

MADRID: Pakistani actor Fawad Khan,who has enthralled fans in Pakistan and India, mesmerized everyone in the IIFA Awards 2016 which taking place in Spain's capital Madrid. Video of Fawad Khan's performance at IIFA Awards 2016 was posted on social ...
 ARY News.tv3 days ago Historical epic sweeps Bwood Oscars Indian stars gather in Madrid  Arab Times2 days ago History wins big at Indian Oscars  Taipei Times Online2 days ago Bajirao Mastani sweeps IIFA Awards 2016  ARY News.tv2 days ago
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Indian choreographer Reshma Khan on board for Shor Sharaba

Renown­ed Indian choreo­graphe­r Reshma Khan visits Lahore to train actors for upcomi­ng Pakist­ani movie Khan is known for choreographing dance sequences in movies like Lagaan, Sarfarosh and Josh. PHOTO: FILE LAHORE: Most of us ...
 The Express Tribune11 hours ago Watch: Shocking! Director Kabir Khan heckled, threatened at Karachi airport for making 'anti-Pakistan' films  DNA2 months ago Salman Khan To Star in Kabir Khan's Next Movie Titled Tube Light  Brandsynario.com1 week ago
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Meet the shape-shifting Muslim superhero, Ms Marvel

India and Pakistans Marvel fans might want to pick up a copy of Ms Marvel slash Kamala Khan at the earliest. The story of a superhero whose parents flee from India to Pakistan post the partition is hardly something were used to from a comic book franchise as ...
 catchnews.com13 hours ago
Times of India

India's NSG bid: China to play 'constructive role'; Pakistan alleges 'greater designs' behind US support

BEIJING: In an apparent climb down, China today said it will play a "constructive" role in the discussions on India's bid for membership of the 48-member NSG but at the same maintained that the issue was not on the agenda of the NSG meeting in ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago Why China may have scuttled India's NSG bid  Times of India1 day ago Pakistan's NSA sees greater design behind US support for India's NSG membership  The Express Tribune1 week ago China's hypocritical stand on India's NSG bid can boomerang  Sakaal Times2 weeks ago
Muscat Daily

Stop seeing India through the prism of Pakistan: Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked the media to stop seeing India through the prism of Pakistan."I want to tell the media to stop looking at everything in India through the prism of Pakistan," Modi told Times Now TV in an interview.Asked ...
 5 Dariya News - English1 day ago Terrorism is Growing in Our Backyard, States Modi in Historic Address to Joint Session of Congress - Updated  India-West1 week ago No new ideas came out of Modi's US visit, says Congress  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago Why are Afghans wary of Pakistan?  The Friday Times2 weeks ago
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Financial Express

Pakistan's linking of every issue to Kashmir absurd: M Venkaiah Naidu

Kashmir is an integral part of India and there is no question of any bargain on it, Naidu said on the sidelines of an event here. (Source: IE) Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu today termed as totally absurd and unacceptable Pakistan's linking of ...
 Financial Express1 day ago Give up Kashmir once & for all: Naidu to Pak  Daily Excelsior.com1 day ago Pak should give up Kashmir once and for all: Venkaiah  Millennium Post1 day ago
Firstpost.com

It's not Fawad Khan! The reasons why Pak serials work for Indian audiences

Ever since India's Zindagi channel started broadcasting Pakistani serials, these soaps from across the border have become quite a rage and comparisons of these serials with our home grown shows have become a topic of several discussions. Zindagi ...
 Firstpost.com1 day ago
News18.com

Geeta wants to travel by train to search for her parents

Indore: Geeta, the deaf and mute girl who returned to India last October after accidentally landing in Pakistan and staying there for several years, wants to undertake a train journey and search for her parents. Geeta is living at an institute ...
 Manorama Online3 days ago Geeta wants to undertake a train journey to search her parents  Topnews.in3 days ago Geeta wants to travel to search her parents  Press Trust of India4 days ago Geeta wants to undertake a train...  The Echo Of India3 days ago
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Times of India

What Pakistan is doing to counter India's NSG bid

NEW DELHI: Even as PM Narendra Modi was busy getting support from Switzerland, the US and Mexico, for its bid for membership to the the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), Pakistan was also working overtime to rally support for itself. While Pakistan ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Modi meets Chinese Prez, seeks support for India's NSG bid  Manorama Online5 days ago NZ wavers on India nuke membership  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago China upsets India's NSG plans at Seoul plenary meeting  DNA India4 days ago
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