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Relationship with <strong>India</strong> and <strong>Pakistan</strong> stand on their own: US

Relationship with India and Pakistan stand on their own: US

31 Jan 2015

Washington: The relationship of US with India and Pakistan "stand on their own" and are not linked to each other, the Obama Administration has said stating that its relationship with the two South Asian neighbors remain strong.

India US relations,   US Pakistan relations,   Jen Psaki,   US deputy spokesperson,   Obama administration,   US President,   Barack Obama ,  
Not enough time or matches for <strong>Pakistan</strong> to prepare for World Cup: Wasim Akram

Not enough time or matches for Pakistan to prepare for World Cup: Wasim Akram

31 Jan 2015

Karachi: Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram has expressed concerns over the national cricket team not getting enough matches and time to get acclimatised to the conditions in New Zealand and Australia ahead of the World Cup, starting from February 14.

Wasim Akram,   Former Pakistan captain,   Pakistan,   ODI world cup,   New Zealand,   Australia,   India ,  
US rejects <strong>Pakistan</strong> criticism of <strong>India</strong>-US nuclear deal

US rejects Pakistan criticism of India-US nuclear deal

31 Jan 2015

Washington: Rejecting Pakistani criticism of India-US nuclear deal reached during President Barack Obama's India visit, the US has said it's simply an understanding on implementing the stalled nuclear deal.

India US nuclear deal,   Pakistan,   US President Barack Obama,   Obama India visit,   Jen Psaki ,  
Delhi polls: PM Modi's election rallies to be held in <strong>high</strong> security

Delhi polls: PM Modi's election rallies to be held in high security

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Following intelligence inputs of terror threats during Delhi elections, security has been stepped up for the upcoming four rallies of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in separate parts of the national capital, an official said.

Intelligence inputs,   Terror threats,   Delhi elections,   Modi security,   Modi rally,  
New Zealand coast to seven-wicket win over <strong>Pakistan</strong>

New Zealand coast to seven-wicket win over Pakistan

31 Jan 2015

Wellington: New Zealand cruised to a seven-wicket win over an underdone Pakistan in the first of their two one-day internationals in Wellington on Saturday.

NZ Pak match result,   New Zealand,   Pakistan,   NZ Pak ODI,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> not to show haste in resumption of dialogue with <strong>India</strong>: Report

Pakistan not to show haste in resumption of dialogue with India: Report

29 Jan 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan has decided not to show any haste in resumption of stalled Indo-Pak dialogue and will wait till India is ready to talk on all issues, according to a media report here.

Pakistan government,   Indo Pak dialogue,   India Pak relation,   Nawaz Sharif,   Narendra Modi,   Ceasefire,   Terrorism ,  
Government plans to end ambiguity on probe agencies in <strong>high</strong> <strong>seas</strong>

Government plans to end ambiguity on probe agencies in high seas

18 Jan 2015

New Delhi: To end ambiguity over who will probe crimes committed in international waters, the government is planning to designate agencies empowered to investigate unlawful activities offshore.

Italian marines case,   Crimes in international waters,   government of India,   Unlawful activities offshore,   Supreme Court,   National Investigation Agency,   NIA ,  
<strong>India</strong> need to regroup quickly with World Cup looming

India need to regroup quickly with World Cup looming

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: If defending champions India have to be favourites to retain the ICC Cricket World Cup, which is only a fortnight away, they will have to quickly regroup and perform exceptionally well, more so after their dismal series performance in Australia.

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 <strong>Pakistan</strong> mourns victims of deadly suicide bombing in Shia mosque

Pakistan mourns victims of deadly suicide bombing in Shia mosque

31 Jan 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan mourned the victims of the deadly suicide bombing in a Shia mosque in southern Sindh province that killed 61 people with many of the injured still in critical condition, officials said.

Pakistan,   Shia mosque,   suicide bombing,   Terrorism ,  
Religion cannot be made cause of <strong>conflict</strong>: President

Religion cannot be made cause of conflict: President

25 Jan 2015

New Delhi:  Asserting that religion cannot be made a cause of conflict, President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday said 'tolerance' and promotion of goodwill between diverse communities needs to be preserved with "utmost care and vigilance" .

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