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Existence of terror safe havens affects US-<strong>Pak</strong> ties: Pentagon

Existence of terror safe havens affects US-Pak ties: Pentagon

18 Jun 2016

Washington: In a blunt message to Pakistan, the US has said that continued existence of terror safe havens in the country and its inability to take action against them affects their bilateral ties including security assistance.

Terror,   safe havens of terror,   US Pak ties,   Pentagon,   Pakistan,   USA,   bilateral ties,   Latest World News,  
Uttar Pradesh government orders probe into Kairana 'migration'

Uttar Pradesh government orders probe into Kairana 'migration'

14 Jun 2016

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh government yesterday ordered a probe in connection with the alleged migration of Hindus from Kairana town in Shamli district in western part of the state.

Uttar Pradesh government,   probe into Kairana migration,   Hindus,   Kairana,   Shamli district,   Hukum Singh,   BJP MP,   Latest States News ,  
'Pakistan’s N-programme has increased risk of conflict with India'

'Pakistan’s N-programme has increased risk of conflict with India'

17 Jun 2016

Washington: Pakistan's "full spectrum deterrence" nuclear doctrine and increasing fissile production capability have increased the risk of a nuclear conflict with India, a Congressional report has said amid Pakistan's efforts to drum up support for its NSG membership bid.

Pakistan,   India,   Nuclear,   Indo Pak,   United States,   Congressional Research Service,   NSG,   Barack Obama,   World news ,  
India, Pakistan need to pursue closer ties on security front: US

India, Pakistan need to pursue closer ties on security front: US

11 Jun 2016

Washington: India and Pakistan need to pursue closer relationship with each other on the security front, the US has said.

Indo Pak Relation,   Indo Pak Closer Security Ties,   Indo Pak Security Ties,   India Pakistan Security Ties,   Latest Nation News ,  
'No request for <strong>asylum</strong> from <strong>Hindus</strong> who arrived from Pakistan'

'No request for asylum from Hindus who arrived from Pakistan'

19 Aug 2012

No request for asylum has been received from the Hindus who have recently crossed over to India on pilgrimage visas, the government on Sunday said.

Asylum for Pak hindus,   Pilgrimage visas,   Preneet Kaur,   Asif Ali Zardari,   Sarabjit Singh,  
JuD will not allow destruction of Hindu temples in Pakistan: Hafiz Saeed

JuD will not allow destruction of Hindu temples in Pakistan: Hafiz Saeed

03 May 2016

Islamabad: Chief of Pakistan's banned JuD, Hafiz Saeed, has said his organisation will not allow destruction of Hindu temples and other holy places of non-Muslims in the country.

JuD,   Temple destruction in Pakistan,   Temple destruction,   Hindus in Pakistan,   Hafiz Saeed,   Latest world news,  
Not desperate for talks with India: Pakistan

Not desperate for talks with India: Pakistan

06 Jun 2016

Islamabad: Pakistan is not desperate to resume peace talks with India, a top official has said. There was no restlessness on the Pakistani side for a dialogue, Sartaj Aziz, the Adviser on Foreign Affairs to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, was quoted as saying in a news report today.

India,   Pakistan,   Indo Pak relation,   Sartaj Aziz,   Adviser Foreign Affairs,   Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,  Manohar Parrikar,   Defence Ministry,   World news,  
UN will always support direct talks between India and Pakistan, says Ban Ki-moon

UN will always support direct talks between India and Pakistan, says Ban Ki-moon

02 Jun 2016

United Nations: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has "always been supportive" of any direct dialogue between India and Pakistan, according to his spokesperson.

Ban Ki-moon,   UN,   General Secretary,   India,   Pakistan,   Nawaz Sharif,   PM Narendra Modi,   Indo Pak talk,   World news,  
US hopes Pakistan understands India's use of civil nuclear energy

US hopes Pakistan understands India's use of civil nuclear energy

28 May 2016

Washington: With the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) set to have a meeting in June, the US said that it hopes Pakistan understands India's use of peaceful civil nuclear energy.

US,   Pakistan,   India,   civil nuclear energy,   India Pak relations,   nuclear energy,   World news,  
Remove "self-imposed" obstacle of terrorism: PM Narendra Modi tells Pakistan

Remove "self-imposed" obstacle of terrorism: PM Narendra Modi tells Pakistan

27 May 2016

Washington: Telling Pakistan that the path to peace is a "two-way street", Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Islamabad needs to remove the "self-imposed" obstacle of terrorism which is coming in the way of Indo-Pak friendship.

India,   Pakistan,   PM Narendra Modi,   Terrorism in Pakistan,   Indo-Pak friendship,   Wall street journal,   India news,  

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