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.
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.
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.
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.
15 Apr 2016
Islamabad: The Pakistani foreign office has rejected a notion that the peace process between Islamabad and India was suspended, saying it remained engaged with New Delhi.
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'.
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.
24 Feb 2016
Mumbai: Sixteen people have been arrested so far on charges of assaulting two policemen who last week stopped locals from hoisting a saffron flag in a communally sensitive area in Latur district, police said today.
27 Apr 2016
New Delhi: India and Pakistan on yesterday held their first formal talks since the January 2 Pathankot terror attack with both sides indulging in some plain speak.
15 Apr 2016
Islamabad: Dialogue is the best option between Pakistan and India and the two sides should not think in terms "foreclosing any options", a top Pakistani official said yesterday.