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Samjhauta farce still on track!

Rajinder Puri Before next month's meeting of Indian and Pakistani foreign secretaries to remove the trust deficit between our two nations the Indian government summoned Pakistan Deputy High Commissioner Mr Mansoor Ahmed Khan for consultation. He ... The Statesman, 11 hours ago
Samjhauta farce still on track Big News Network, 59 minutes ago

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Samjhuta Express probe India too reminded of delay

July 26, 2014 After summoning Pakistan's deputy high commissioner in New Delhi to lodge a 'strong protest' against the adjournment of the on-going Mumbai attack trial, a top Indian diplomat raised the issues with the Foreign Office on Friday, ...
 Business Recorder5 days ago Diplomacy over 26/11, Samjhauta blast: India concerned over 26/11 trial dely; Pak quotes Samjhauta blast trial  Sikh Siyasat Online5 days ago Adjournments and after  New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago India lodges protest over adjournment of 26/11 trial in Pakistan  Times of India5 days ago
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Pakistan rakes up Samjhauta Express blast as India protests 26/11 trial delay

Pakistan has told India that the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks trial was a judicial matter and there was nothing the government could do over the adjournment of the trial, The Hindu has learnt. Along with that, Pakistan also expressed its concern ...
 The Hindu5 days ago Pakistan rakes up Samjhauta blast as India protests 26/11 trial delay  The Hindu5 days ago

GRP to return stolen belongings to Samjhauta passengers

The Government Railway Police (GRP) will soon hand over the stolen bags containing passports and other belongings to their respective owners.On the intervening night of June 2 and 3, four youths snatched bags and purses of four women passengers, ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Hit by Samjhauta blast, Pakistan family fights to stay on

NEW DELHI: For Ashok Kumar, the trauma that began with the Samjhauta Express blast while travelling to Pakistan seven years ago is far from over. A Pakistani citizen by birth, Kumar shifted with his family from Sialkot to Delhi's Kalkaji area.
 Times of India1 month ago

HC notice to NIA on Aseemanand bail plea

CHANDIGARH: Taking cognizance of a petition filed by radical Hindu activist Swami Aseemanand seeking bail in the Samjhauta blast case, the Punjab and Haryana high court on Tuesday issued notice to the National Investigation Agency (NIA). In his ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Deccan Chronicle

Role of right-wing groups: NIA to continue probe in terror

The cases include the investigation in the blast in Samjhauta Express rail link between India and Pakistan
 Business Standard2 months ago NIA to continue probe in terror cases on role of right-wing groups  Economic Times2 months ago NIA to continue probing role of right-wing groups in terror  Deccan Chronicle2 months ago
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The Nation Pakistan

Pakistan asks India to share Samjhauta probe

ISLAMABAD - The Indian deputy high commissioner Friday visited the Foreign Office at his own request to meet Director General SA & SAARC. During the meeting, the Indian envoy enquired about the progress being made in the Mumbai attack trial. The ...
 The Nation Pakistan5 days ago India voices concern over Mumbai siege trial delays  The Express Tribune5 days ago Indian Deputy High Commissioner raises Mumbai trial issue  Pakistan Press International2 days ago India raises Mumbai trial issue with Pakistan  SAMAA TV5 days ago

Saffronisation of textbooks continues in Congress regime: committee

The Committee for Resisting Saffronisation of Textbooks (CRST) has expressed concern about the 'right wing ideology' being circulated in textbooks prepared by the present "secular" government. Issuing a statement on behalf of the 14-member ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
Times of India

RSS-backed iftar parties liven up Eid in Gujarat

AHMEDABAD: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Gujarat chief minister Anandiben Patel may have refrained from hosting iftar parties but these symbolic functions for sadbhavana have found support from an unlikely quarter. Some senior Rashtriya ...
 Times of India2 days ago
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