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Normalisation of ties between <strong>India</strong>-Pakistan urgently needed: Sartaj Aziz

Normalisation of ties between India-Pakistan urgently needed: Sartaj Aziz

02 Mar 2015

Islamabad: The Pakistani Prime Minister's key advisor, Sartaj Aziz, has said normalisation of Indo-Pakistan relations is urgently needed to reduce tensions on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistani Prime Minister,   Pakistan PM advisor,   Sartaz Aziz,   LoC,   ties between India-Pakistan,   Indo-Pak relations,  
<strong>India</strong> calls for UN Security Council reforms this year

India calls for UN Security Council reforms this year

24 Feb 2015

United Nations: India has called for an urgent action to reform the UN Security Council this year, arguing the most-powerful body of the United Nations itself embodies the undemocratic stranglehold of the privileges of a few, forged by a wartime alliance that no longer exists.

UN Security Council,   India,   United Nations,  
China, <strong>India</strong> competing in South Asia: Pakistani daily

China, India competing in South Asia: Pakistani daily

23 Feb 2015

Islamabad: The competition between India and China to gain diplomatic one-upmanship in South Asia, from Sri Lanka to Maldives, exposes a strategic necessity, a leading Pakistani daily said on Monday.

China,   India,   South Asia,   Pakistan daily,   diplomatic relations ,  
Lima climate summit emits more CO2 than a small <strong>country</strong>

Lima climate summit emits more CO2 than a small country

13 Dec 2014

Lima: It may be the greatest irony that the Lima conference, convened to discuss ways of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, has itself generated more such gases than a small country.

Lima,   climate summit,   co2,  
Indian-Americans <strong>made</strong> it to the state legislatures

Indian-Americans made it to the state legislatures

05 Nov 2014

Washington: Several Indian-Americans, who were in the fray this year for the crucial US elections, managed to win their respective seats with South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and California Attorney General Kamala Harris leading the list by getting elected for a second consecutive time.

Indian-American,   US elections,   South Carolina,   Governor Nikki Haley,  California Attorney General,   Kamala Harris,   Republican Haley,   Colorado,   Republican Janak Joshi,   Republican Niraj Antani,  
Nepal Army seeks two choppers from <strong>India</strong> at subsidised price

Nepal Army seeks two choppers from India at subsidised price

09 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: Nepal has sought to acquire two advanced light helicopters (ALHs) from India on subsidized price and New Delhi has taken the request positively, Foreign Ministry sources here said on Tuesday.

Nepal Army,   advanced light helicopters,   Foreign Ministry,   HAL-made Dhruv choppers,   Bilateral Consultative Group,  
Five new countries join UNSC as non-permanent members

Five new countries join UNSC as non-permanent members

02 Jan 2015

United Nations: Five new countries  joined the UN Security Council as non-permanent members, while Chile assumed the rotating presidency for January.

UNSC,   new country in UNSC,   non-permanent members,   Angola,   Malaysia,   New Zealand,   Venezuela,   Spain,   Argentina,   Australia,   Luxembourg,   South Korea,   Rwanda,  
Pakistan Army Chief warns <strong>India</strong> ahead of Foreign Secretary Jaishankar's visit

Pakistan Army Chief warns India ahead of Foreign Secretary Jaishankar's visit

27 Feb 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan's powerful Army Chief General Raheel Sharif has warned India of a "befitting response" to alleged provocation along the Line of Control (LoC), just days before the arrival of Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar here.

Pakistan Army Chief,   Raheel Sharif,   Pakistan,   India,   Pakistan warns India ,  
US to reassure Pakistan for working against anti-<strong>India</strong> terrorism

US to reassure Pakistan for working against anti-India terrorism

27 Feb 2015

Washington: US can not reassure Pakistan against any Indian threat if it fails to commit itself towards working against anti-India terrorist groups operating within its territory, two US experts on South Asian issues have told American lawmakers.

United States,   US,   India,   Pakistan,   anti India terrorism,   terrorism,  ,  ,   ,  
Want to jointly make futuristic products with <strong>India</strong>: Russia

Want to jointly make futuristic products with India: Russia

20 Feb 2015

Bengaluru: Keen to continue its dominant position in the Indian defence market, Russia says it is willing to partner with India to jointly make products that will "find the markets of the future".

Russia,   India,   Indian defence market,   Make in India,  

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