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Sharif hopes Indo-<strong>Pak</strong> talks will move forward soon

Sharif hopes Indo-Pak talks will move forward soon

05 Feb 2016

Islamabad: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today voiced hope that the comprehensive bilateral dialogue process between Pakistan and India would move forward in days to come as he underlined that 'differences' on all outstanding issues, including on Kashmir can be resolved only through talks.

Nawaz Sharif,   Nawaz Sharif on Indo Pak relation,   Indo Pak relation,   Nawaz Sharif,   Latest world news,  
Premature to speak of <strong>asylum</strong> for Assad: Russian President Putin

Premature to speak of asylum for Assad: Russian President Putin

12 Jan 2016

Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin said today it was premature to say whether Moscow would grant asylum to embattled Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, who had made 'many mistakes'.

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Geeta hoists tricolour, seeks good Indo-<strong>Pak</strong> relations

Geeta hoists tricolour, seeks good Indo-Pak relations

27 Jan 2016

Indore: Geeta, the deaf and mute girl who returned to India from Pakistan, yesterday hoisted a tricolour at an event on the occasion of Republic Day.

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Indians known as <strong>Hindus</strong> when they go abroad, says Mohan Bhagwat

Indians known as Hindus when they go abroad, says Mohan Bhagwat

14 Jan 2016

Mumbai: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat today said India has accepted diversity and all Indians, when they go abroad, are known as Hindus.

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Be cautious while dealing with India: Pakistan Ex-Defence Secretaries

Be cautious while dealing with India: Pakistan Ex-Defence Secretaries

29 Jan 2016

Islamabad: Pakistan's Ex-Defence Secretaries have warned the government to be careful in dealing with India because they do not see a radical shift in Delhi's policy towards Pakistan.

India Pakistan relations,   Indo Pak relations,   Pakistan on India,   Latest World News,  
Intruder shot dead by BSF along Indo-<strong>Pak</strong> border in Pathankot

Intruder shot dead by BSF along Indo-Pak border in Pathankot

21 Jan 2016

Gurdaspur (Punjab): A suspected intruder was shot dead early today by BSF along the Indo-Pak border in Pathankot where the force is on high alert following the January 2 terror attack on air force base.

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UN chief offers support for Indo-<strong>Pak</strong> talks

UN chief offers support for Indo-Pak talks

16 Jan 2016

New York: UN chief Ban Ki-moon has offered support for holding Indo-Pak talks to resolve outstanding issues between two countries.

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PCB still hopeful of Indo-<strong>Pak</strong> series

PCB still hopeful of Indo-Pak series

16 Jan 2016

Karachi: Unwilling to give up on a seemingly jinxed series against India, Pakistan Cricket Board's Executive Committee Chairman Najam Sethi said the PCB can spare a fortnight for the  matches should the Indian government give its go ahead.

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New Zealand batsman Mitchell McClenaghan gets injured during ODI against Pakistan

New Zealand batsman Mitchell McClenaghan gets injured during ODI against Pakistan

25 Jan 2016

Wellington: New Zealand's Mitchell McClenaghan is to undergo surgery for a fractured eye socket after suffering a nasty blow to the face in today's one-day international victory against Pakistan.

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Laser walls for riverine areas of Indo-<strong>Pak</strong> border soon

Laser walls for riverine areas of Indo-Pak border soon

17 Jan 2016

New Delhi: More than 40 vulnerable unfenced stretches along the India-Pakistan border will be covered by laser walls soon with the Home Ministry giving it a top priority to check any infiltration of terrorists in the wake of the Pathankot attack.

India Pakistan border,   LOC,   Laser walls,   Home Ministry,   Infiltration of terrorists,   Pathankot attack,   Latest News,  

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