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Chorus grows for Britain to accept more refugees

Chorus grows for Britain to accept more refugees

04 Sep 2015

London: More than 130,000 people have signed an online petition, which could be debated in parliament, that asks the British government to provide asylum to more refugees.

Britain,   refugees,   asylum,   David Cameron,   Turkish beach,   Middle East,   British parliament,   latest world news,  
Will discuss my future with selectors: <strong>Pak</strong> spinner Ajmal

Will discuss my future with selectors: Pak spinner Ajmal

04 Sep 2015

Lahore: Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal yesterday squashed reports of retirement and said he would sit with the selectors to discuss his future. The 38 year old's career took a nosedive ever since he was banned from bowling in international cricket in September last year.

Ajmal,   Pakistan,   retirement,   International Cricket Council,   latest sports news ,  
<strong>Pak</strong> NSA to revive peace talks between Afghan government, Taliban

Pak NSA to revive peace talks between Afghan government, Taliban

04 Sep 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz today arrived in Afghanistan to revive the stalled peace talks between the government and the Taliban insurgents.

Sartaj Aziz,   Pakistan National Security Advisor,   peace talks,   Afghanistan,   Taliban,   Latest World News,  
PCB writes to BCCI, inquires about scheduled Indo-<strong>Pak</strong> series in UAE

PCB writes to BCCI, inquires about scheduled Indo-Pak series in UAE

03 Sep 2015

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has written a letter to BCCI inquiring about the scheduled bilateral series in December to be held in UAE.

India vs Pakistan cricket,   PCB,   BCCI,   India vs Pak 2015,   Test cricket,   ODI,   T20,  
No role for any third party in Indo-<strong>Pak</strong> talks: BJP

No role for any third party in Indo-Pak talks: BJP

02 Sep 2015

Jammu: BJP today said there was no role for any third party, including Hurriyat Conference, in the talks process between India and Pakistan as per the Shimla agreement. "There is no room for any third party interference or consultation for holding talks between India and Pakistan," state BJP chief spokesperson Sunil Sethi told reporters here.

Indo Pak,   BJP,   Hurriyat Conference,   Pakistan,   Shimla agreement,   Third party interference,   Latest Nation News,  
Hope PM Modi follows Vajpayee's path on Indo-<strong>Pak</strong> ties: Mehbooba Mufti

Hope PM Modi follows Vajpayee's path on Indo-Pak ties: Mehbooba Mufti

02 Sep 2015

Jammu: Reiterating that PDP formed government with BJP in Jammu and Kashmir to restore peace and stability, party chief Mehbooba Mufti expressed hope that the Narendra Modi-led government will follow the path of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, and initiate "historic" steps to normalise relations between India and Pakistan.

PDP,   J&K government,   BJP,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Mehbooba Mufti,   Narendra Modi,   Atal Bihari Vajpayee,   India,   Pakistan,  
Muslims record decadal growth of 24.6 percent; <strong>Hindus</strong> 16.8 percent

Muslims record decadal growth of 24.6 percent; Hindus 16.8 percent

26 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Muslims recorded a decadal growth rate of 24.6 percent between 2001 and 2011 touching 17.22 crores, while the Hindus grew at 16.8 percent to clock a population of 96.63 crores during the same period.

census data,   Muslims percentage,   Hindus percentage,   Muslims growth,   Hindus growth,   religious communities,   latest India news,  
Germany expecting eight lakh <strong>asylum</strong>-seekers this year

Germany expecting eight lakh asylum-seekers this year

20 Aug 2015

Berlin: Germany expects to receive up to 800,000 asylum-seekers in 2015, a new record, Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said yesterday, as he urged action from Europe on the crisis.

Germany,   asylum-seekers,   Europe,   Thomas de Maiziere,   European Union,   Latest World News,  
Thousands of <strong>Hindus</strong> take holy dip on first major bathing day of Kumbh Mela

Thousands of Hindus take holy dip on first major bathing day of Kumbh Mela

26 Aug 2015

Nasik: Tens of thousands of devout Hindus took a dip in the water of the river Godavari to cleanse themselves of their sins, marking the first major bath of the Kumbh Mela (pitcher festival) in the Nasik today.

Kumbh Mela,   Nasik Kumbh Mela,   Hindus,   river Godavari,   pitcher festival,   Kumbh Mela 2015,   latest India news,  
Watch video: <strong>Pak</strong>-born writer Tarek Fatah explains why Indians are better than Pakistanis

Watch video: Pak-born writer Tarek Fatah explains why Indians are better than Pakistanis

03 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Tarek Fatah, a Pakistan-born Canadian writer, is a staunch critic of Pakistan in his articles and columns often agitating to demand its disintegration, which have earned him much controversy.

Tarek Fatah,   Pakistan,   India,   Hindus,   Muslims,   Communal harmony,  

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