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Unfortunate! Junaid Khan loses his first child

Unfortunate! Junaid Khan loses his first child

29 Apr 2016

New Delhi: In a tragic incident, Pakistani pacer Junaid Khan lost his first child. Junaid took to twitter to announce this news, terming it as the 'worst day' of his life. The silver lining, though, is the fact that his wife is in a stable condition and is expected to recover very soon.

Junaid Khan,   Juniad Khan child,   Junaid Khan child demise,   Junaid Khan wife,   Pakistan bowler,   Latest sports news,  
India, <strong>Pakistan</strong> talk but no forward movement

India, Pakistan talk but no forward movement

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.

India Pakistan talk,   Foreign Secretaries talks,   Kashmir issue,   Terror,   NFS talks,   Indo Pak relation,   Pakistan,   Pathankot terror attack probe,   Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry,   Latest Nation News,   ,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> may use F-16 jets against India: US lawmakers

Pakistan may use F-16 jets against India: US lawmakers

28 Apr 2016

Washington: Top US lawmakers have expressed concerns over the Obama Administration's decision to sell eight F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, saying the aircrafts could be used against India and not in combating terrorism.

Pakistan,   India,   F16 fighter planes,   sale of F16 fighter jets,   Pakistan India relation,   World news ,  
PCB clears Younis Khan after accepting his apology

PCB clears Younis Khan after accepting his apology

28 Apr 2016

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and former captain, Younis Khan finally appear to have put an end to the controversy which erupted after the latter walked out of the Pakistan Cup one-day tournament in Faisalabad after a run-in with match officials.

Pakistan Cricket Board,   PCB,   Younis Khan,   Pakistan Cup one day tournament,   Latest News,  
Pakistani Sikhs open three centuries old temple after 73 years

Pakistani Sikhs open three centuries old temple after 73 years

28 Apr 2016

Peshawar: An armed policeman stood guard outside the 300-year-old Sikh temple, known as a gurdwara, in northwest Pakistan. He kept a watchful eye on everyone who passed him on the narrow street, looking for a suspicious gesture, or a bulge beneath the clothes that hints at a hidden gun or a bomb.

Pakistani Sikhs temple,   Sikh temple,   Gurudwara in Pakistan,   Sikh in Pakistan,   Latest World News,  
May seek help from India on 'unstable' <strong>Pakistan</strong> nukes, says Donald Trump

May seek help from India on 'unstable' Pakistan nukes, says Donald Trump

28 Apr 2016

Washington: Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump today hinted at seeking help from India and other nations to address the 'problem' of what he described as a "semi-unstable" nuclear-armed Pakistan.

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Meet the first female cartoonist from <strong>Pakistan</strong> who created 'Gogi'

Meet the first female cartoonist from Pakistan who created 'Gogi'

27 Apr 2016

New Delhi: You must have heard about many cartoonists known all around the globe for their artistic splendour and aesthetic sense. Here, we introduce you with the first female cartoonist from Pakistan, Nigar Nazar.

female cartoonist,   female cartoonist in Pakistan,   Nigar Nazar,   Gogi,   Gogi cartoon,   World news,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> says not solely responsible for Afghan peace talks

Pakistan says not solely responsible for Afghan peace talks

26 Apr 2016

Islamabad: Pakistan today said it is making serious efforts for peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban but added it was not "solely responsible" for setting up the parleys.

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Congress raises Pathankot attack issue in the Lok Sabha

Congress raises Pathankot attack issue in the Lok Sabha

28 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Congress today raised the Pathankot terror attack issue in the Lok Sabha and advised the Narendra Modi government to negotiate with Pakistan from a position of 'strength' and not 'emotions'.

Pathankot terror attack,   Lok Sabha,   Pakistan,   Question Hour,   Joint Investigation Team (JIT),   Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI),   Pakistan High Commissioner,   Nation news,  
Koh-i-Noor can't be brought back to <strong>Pakistan</strong>: Lahore High Court told

Koh-i-Noor can't be brought back to Pakistan: Lahore High Court told

27 Apr 2016

Lahore: The 108-carat famed Koh-i-Noor diamond cannot be brought back to Pakistan as it was handed over to the UK under the 'Treaty of Lahore' in 1849, provincial Punjab government today told the high court here.

Koh i Noor,   Pakistan,   Lahore High Court,   diamond,   Latest World News,  

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