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<strong>Pakistan</strong> will feel 'pain' if it persists with violations: Jaitley

Pakistan will feel 'pain' if it persists with violations: Jaitley

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Pakistan will "feel the pain" of "adventurism" if it persists with ceasefire violations, India warned on Tuesday as it said the country now has "sword" along with "shield" which existed earlier.

Pakistan,   Adventurism,   Ceasefire,   Ceasefire violations,   LoC,   India,  
India wants to resolve all issues with <strong>Pakistan</strong> through talks: Ajit Doval

India wants to resolve all issues with Pakistan through talks: Ajit Doval

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Asserting that there are no problems which cannot be resolved, India on Tuesday said it would like to address all its issues with Pakistan through talks while having an "effective deterrence" to deal with terrorism emanating from there.

India,   Pakistan,   India Pakistan talks,   India Pakistan dispute,   India Pak border,   Terrorism,   Kashmir,   National Security Advisor,   NSA,   Ajit Doval,   India defence ,  
Mohsin didn't respond to our call: Zaka Ashraf

Mohsin didn't respond to our call: Zaka Ashraf

21 Oct 2014

Karachi: The former chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Zaka Ashraf has claimed that they only appointed Australian Dav Whatmore as the head coach of the national team in 2012 after then serving coach Mohsin Khan didn't respond to the board.

Mohsin Khan,   PCB,   Pakistan team,   Pak coach,   Dav Whatmore,   Ijaz Bhatt,   Zaka Ashraf,  
Incursions across LoC should stop: British PM

Incursions across LoC should stop: British PM

21 Oct 2014

London : British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the incursions across the Line of Control should stop and India and Pakistan engage in talks to ease tensions.

Britain,   British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   LoC,   India,   Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Pakistan,   G-20 Summit,  
Hindus in <strong>Pakistan</strong> demand holiday, aid package on Diwali

Hindus in Pakistan demand holiday, aid package on Diwali

20 Oct 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan's minority Hindu community leaders have asked Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to accept their demand for a public holiday on Diwali and announce a special aid package for them on the festival.

Hindus in Pakistan,   diwali holiday demand,   aid package,   Diwali,   Prime Minister,   Nawaz Sharif,   public holiday on Diwali,   Pakistan Hindus,  
Pakistani intruder arrested along LoC in J&K's Poonch

Pakistani intruder arrested along LoC in J&K's Poonch

20 Oct 2014

Jammu: A Pakistani intruder was arrested by army along the LoC in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.  

Pakistan intrusion,   LoC,   Infiltration,   J&K,   India-Pakistan relation,   ,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> will struggle in World Cup: Aamir Sohail

Pakistan will struggle in World Cup: Aamir Sohail

18 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Former captain Aamir Sohail predicted that Pakistan will have tough times in the cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand early next year as the team does not have quality back-up players.

Aamir Sohail,   Pakistan cricket team,   Cricket World Cup,  
No ceasefire violation in Jammu and Kashmir

No ceasefire violation in Jammu and Kashmir

20 Oct 2014

Jammu: There has been no ceasefire violation on the border in Jammu and Kashmir for the past one day, an official said on Monday.

ceasefire violation,   Jammu,   Kashmir,   ceasefie,   India,   Pakistan,   border issue,   Pak ceasefire,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> names 16-member Test team against Australia

Pakistan names 16-member Test team against Australia

19 Oct 2014

Karachi: Pakistani selectors on Saturday decided to preserve the tall left-arm pace bowler Muhammad Irfan for next year's World Cup and decided against including him for the Test series against Australia.

Pakistan,   Australia,   16-member,   Test team,   Mohammed Irfan,   World Cup,  
Michael Clarke fails again as Australia lose warmup

Michael Clarke fails again as Australia lose warmup

18 Oct 2014

Sharjah: Skipper Michael Clarke failed again as Australia lost a four-day warmup game against Pakistan `A` by 153 runs in Sharjah on Saturday.

Michael Clarke,   Australia vs Pakistan A,  

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