The historian and academic Siddiq Wahid cannot figure out New Delhis current policy towards Kashmir. He acknowledges Prime Minister Narendra Modis softened tone and talk of a "permanent solution" to the Kashmir dispute, but doesnt expect his regime to do ... catchnews.com, 2 months ago
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Excelsior Correspondent LEH, Oct 3: The three-day international Conference on the contribution of Padma Bhushan 19th Bakula Rinpoche titled Kushok Bakula Rinpoche A saint and a Statesman, concluded at the CIBS auditorium, here today. The ...Daily Excelsior.com, 3 weeks ago
SRINAGAR: Earlier in the week, a senior police officer was surfing TV channels at home in Srinagar, when his five-year-old questioned him about the gory footage of young pellet victims on a news channel. "What happened to them? Who did this?" the ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
New Delhi : "I died that day!" said an inconsolable 30-year-old Naseema after her 15-month-old child became yet another victim of Taliban in Pakistan's tribal areas. Unable to take her ailing child to hospital because there 're no men at home ...News24online, 1 month ago
Provided by Hindustan Times She may be India's best-known rights activist with millions of followers across the world but back home in Manipur, Irom Sharmila has no legal identification document. The 44-year-old broke a 16-year fast earlier ...MSN News US, 2 months ago
Pakistan today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi crossed the "red line" by talking about Balochistan and asserted that it will "forcefully" raise the Kashmir issue at the UN General Assembly session next month. image "The Prime Minister ...MSN News US, 2 months ago
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