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High Commissioner Abdul Basit says Hafeez Saeed a Pakistani national, free to roam around

High Commissioner Abdul Basit says Hafeez Saeed a Pakistani national, free to roam around

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: As if daring Indian government by meeting Kashmiri separatists in New Delhi last month wasn’t enough, Pakistani High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit ruffled few more feathers on Monday after he backed Hafeez Saeed, calling the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack mastermind a Pakistan national who was free to move anywhere in the country.

Pakistani High Commissioner,   Hafeez Saeed,   Abdul Basit,   Pakistani national,   Kashmiri separatists,   Indo-Pak relations,   Narendra Modi government,  
Kashmir floods: Hyderpora mosque a symbol of communal harmony, housing many people including <strong>Hindus</strong>

Kashmir floods: Hyderpora mosque a symbol of communal harmony, housing many people including Hindus

12 Sep 2014

Srinagar: It is evening time and the Maulvi here just sounded the 'Azaan', the call for prayer and devouts rush inside to offer 'Namaaz'. Shortly thereafter, scores of people assemble in the tented courtyard of the mosque to have food.

Jammu flood,   Kashmir flood,   J&K flood,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Rescue operations,   Indian Army,   Hyderpora mosque ,   communal harmony,  
Pakistan pitches for normalisation of ties with India

Pakistan pitches for normalisation of ties with India

13 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Pakistan on Saturday made a strong pitch for normalisation of ties with India after last month's "political setback" and said in diplomacy one should keep or leave the "door ajar" so that whatever was possible could be achieved.

Pakistan,   India,   India Pak relations,   India Pak talks,   Diplomacy,   India Pakistan rivalry,   Pakistan Ambassador ,  
Nearly 260 dead in Pakistan floods; over 1 million affected

Nearly 260 dead in Pakistan floods; over 1 million affected

11 Sep 2014

Islamabad: Nearly 260 people have been killed and more than one million affected due to rains and devastating floods in Pakistan with authorities racing against both time and tide to limit destruction, officials said.

Islamabad,   Floods in Pakistan,   Pak floods,   Pak rains,   Pak govt,  
Mahesh Bhatt bats for Indo-<strong>Pak</strong> cultural ties

Mahesh Bhatt bats for Indo-Pak cultural ties

11 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt has urged for the utilization of cultural space as a means to foster ties between India and neighbor Pakistan.

Mahesh Bhatt,   Indo-Pak cultural ties,   Pakistan,   Indo-Pak peace,   FICCI,  
Ajmal suspension puts PCB in a spin

Ajmal suspension puts PCB in a spin

13 Sep 2014

Karachi: Banned Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal was reported for a suspect action in a domestic match in 2006 but the cricket authorities turned a blind eye until, eight years later and after six years of international cricket, he was suspended from the game.

Pakistan spinner,   Saeed Ajmal,   Ajmal ban ,  Ajmal bowling,   Cricket,   International cricket,   Pak cricket,  
Death toll reaches to 274 in Pakistan floods

Death toll reaches to 274 in Pakistan floods

13 Sep 2014

Islamabad: At least 274 people have been killed and over two million affected in massive flooding triggered by heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan, officials said on Saturday.

Death toll in Pak floods,   Floods in Jammu and Kashmir,   people affected by floods in J and K,   Floods in jammu,   Floods in Kashmir,   BKP,   PDP,  
Cultural space can curate bitterness between India-Pakistan: Mahesh Bhatt

Cultural space can curate bitterness between India-Pakistan: Mahesh Bhatt

12 Sep 2014

New Delhi: He is one of the few names in the Hindi film industry who has always been vocal about strengthening ties between India and Pakistan. And now filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt says as the two nations share a similar lifestyle, it won't be wrong to explore cultural space to curate the bitterness.

Indo-Pak relations,   Mahesh Bhatt,   India-Pakistan cultural ties,   Pakistan lifestyle,  
Pakistan army deployed for flood relief

Pakistan army deployed for flood relief

11 Sep 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday deployed the army for relief operations as the country grapples with the deadliest floods in its history that have killed nearly 260 people and affected over a million others.

Pakistan army,   flood relief,   pak flood,   floods,   rescue operations,  
Talks with Pakistan possible if situation improves: Rajnath

Talks with Pakistan possible if situation improves: Rajnath

12 Sep 2014

Lakhpat: Maintaining that India wants good relations with Pakistan, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said resumption of stalled talks with Islamabad was possible if there was an improvement in the situation.

Talks with Pakistan,   Rajnath Singh,   Home Minister,   BJP,   Indo-Pak,   NDA government,  

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