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India, <strong>Pakistan</strong> must find ways to end cross-border firing: Mehbooba Mufti

India, Pakistan must find ways to end cross-border firing: Mehbooba Mufti

04 Sep 2015

RS Pura: Leader of ruling party of Jammu & Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti urged Central government to find ways to convince Pakistan to end cross-border firing. Tensions have been running high between the nuclear-armed neighbours since peace talks that were due to be held last month were called off at the last minute.

Pakistan,   Cross border firing,   Mehbooba Mufti,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Central government,   Nuclear armed neighbours,   Latest Nation News,  
Pak NSA to revive peace talks between Afghan government, Taliban

Pak NSA to revive peace talks between Afghan government, Taliban

04 Sep 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz today arrived in Afghanistan to revive the stalled peace talks between the government and the Taliban insurgents.

Sartaj Aziz,   Pakistan National Security Advisor,   peace talks,   Afghanistan,   Taliban,   Latest World News,  
Will discuss my future with selectors: Pak spinner Ajmal

Will discuss my future with selectors: Pak spinner Ajmal

04 Sep 2015

Lahore: Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal yesterday squashed reports of retirement and said he would sit with the selectors to discuss his future. The 38 year old's career took a nosedive ever since he was banned from bowling in international cricket in September last year.

Ajmal,   Pakistan,   retirement,   International Cricket Council,   latest sports news ,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> court dismisses petition seeking Geeta's custody

Pakistan court dismisses petition seeking Geeta's custody

03 Sep 2015

Karachi: A Pakistani court today dismissed a petition filed by an Indian social worker seeking custody of a deaf and mute Indian girl stuck in Pakistan for more than a decade, refusing to issue orders for her 'forced repatriation'.

Pakistan court,   Geeta,   Custody of Geeta,   Deaf and mute Indian girl,   Latest World news,  
With spot-fixing bans lifted, <strong>Pakistan</strong> trio restricted at home

With spot-fixing bans lifted, Pakistan trio restricted at home

02 Sep 2015

Lahore: The International Cricket Council's five-year bans on former Pakistan captain Salman Butt and pace bowler Mohammad Asif ends on Wednesday, but the long road back for the players will begin under heavy restrictions.

International Cricket Council,   Salman Butt,   Mohammad Asif,   Pakistan Cricket Board,   Latest News ,  
PCB writes to BCCI, inquires about scheduled Indo-Pak series in UAE

PCB writes to BCCI, inquires about scheduled Indo-Pak series in UAE

03 Sep 2015

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has written a letter to BCCI inquiring about the scheduled bilateral series in December to be held in UAE.

India vs Pakistan cricket,   PCB,   BCCI,   India vs Pak 2015,   Test cricket,   ODI,   T20,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> has lost international support on Kashmir: Ex-envoy

Pakistan has lost international support on Kashmir: Ex-envoy

02 Sep 2015

Washington: Pakistan no longer enjoys international support on Kashmir and is unlikely to get an approval for a referendum in the region from the UN Security Council, a former Pakistani envoy to the US has said.

Pakistan,   International support,   Kashmir,   Ex envoy of Pakistan,   Referendum in Kashmir,   UN Security Council,   Latest World News,  
Terror threat continues to emanate from <strong>Pakistan</strong>: US

Terror threat continues to emanate from Pakistan: US

01 Sep 2015

Washington: The US has said that the threat from terrorist groups, in particular the Haqqani network, continues to emanate from inside Pakistan, dismissing top Pakistani diplomat's claim that the dreaded group responsible for audacious attacks in Afghanistan has been wiped out.

Pakistan,   US,   terrorist groups,   Afghanistan,   Haqqani network,   Latest World News,  
Are Indian prisoners of war still alive in <strong>Pakistan</strong> jails: SC to Centre

Are Indian prisoners of war still alive in Pakistan jails: SC to Centre

01 Sep 2015

New Delhi: "Are they still alive?", the Supreme Court today asked the Centre expressing concern over the present status of 54 Indian Prisoners of War (POWs) languishing in Pakistan jails since 1971.

Pakistan jails,   SC,   Centre,   Supreme Court,   Centre,   Indian Prisoners of War,   POWs,   Latest Nation News,  
 <strong>Pakistan</strong> using new methods to create unrest in J&K: Army Chief

Pakistan using new methods to create unrest in J&K: Army Chief

01 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh today accused Pakistan of using 'new methods' for creating unrest in Jammu and Kashmir and said that recent incidents of terrorist violence were clear pointers towards its attempts to extend the arc of violence to other areas.

Pakistan,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Army Chief,   Gen Dalbir Singh,   Terrorist violence,   Latest Nation News,  

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