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Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries to meet again in September

Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries to meet again in September

05 Jul 2012

In a bid to develop bilateral ties with Pakistan, the Indian Foreign Secretary will again meet his Pakistani counterpart in Islamabad, a joint statement issued on day two of foreign secretary level talks said here on Thursday.

India-Pakistan talks,   Foreign Secretary level talks,   SM Krishna ,  
Too early to normalise relations with <strong>Pakistan</strong>: Antony

Too early to normalise relations with Pakistan: Antony

23 Jan 2013

India on Wednesday said tensions on the LoC have "reduced" after talks between the two DGMOs but there will be no hasty decisions for normalising relations with Pakistan as it is "too early" to do so.

AK Antony,   India-Pakistan relation,   India-Pakistan talks,   LoC violence,   ceasefire violation,  
Will not tolerate anyone raising slogans like '<strong>Pakistan</strong> zindabad' on Indian soil: Rajnath

Will not tolerate anyone raising slogans like 'Pakistan zindabad' on Indian soil: Rajnath

16 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said his government will not tolerate anyone raising slogans like 'Pakistan zindabad' on Indian soil. New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said his government will not tolerate anyone raising slogans like 'Pakistan zindabad' on Indian soil.

Rajnath Singh,   Jammu protests,   Geelani rally,   Masarat rally,   Anti India rally,   Srinagar rally,   Pakistani flags,   Pakistan slogans,   Separatist leaders,  
Centre planning second rung of defence along International Border

Centre planning second rung of defence along International Border

19 Apr 2015

Jammu: Centre is planning to create a second rung of defence along 202-kilometres long International Border (IB) in the region as many terrorists have managed to successfully infiltrate through Samba and create havoc in neighbouring areas.

Centre,   India Pakistan border,   International Border,   Pakistan terrorists,   Infiltration,   Samba,   JK militants,  
<strong>India</strong>-<strong>Pakistan</strong> relations like 'saas-bahu', says Abdul Basit

India-Pakistan relations like 'saas-bahu', says Abdul Basit

18 Mar 2015

Kolkata: Likening the "conflict-riddled" relationship between India and Pakistan with that of "saas-bahu" relations, Pakistan's High Commissioner Abdul Basit on Wednesday hoped Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to his country for the Saarc summit would lead to resumption of peace talks.

Pakistan High Commissioner,   India Pakistan relation,   Abdul Basit,   Narendra Modi,   Modi Pakistan visit,   SAARC,  
US Ambassador, other diplomats attend International Yoga Day event at Rajpath

US Ambassador, other diplomats attend International Yoga Day event at Rajpath

21 Jun 2015

New Delhi: US Ambassador to India Richard Verma was among scores of diplomats who attended the mega event at Rajpath on International Yoga Day. According to sources, there was a large presence of international diplomatic corp among the 35,000 people who took part in the event at ceremonial boulevard of the national capital.

US Ambassador to India,   Richard Verma,   Diplomats,   Rajpath,   International Yoga Day,  
Degree row: Smriti Irani in the dock; Congress, AAP demand her sacking

Degree row: Smriti Irani in the dock; Congress, AAP demand her sacking

25 Jun 2015

New Delhi: HRD Minister Smriti Irani faced a huge embarrassment with a Delhi court taking cognizance of a complaint against her for allegedly misrepresenting educational qualifications in her election affidavits, prompting Congress and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to demand her sacking.

Irani fake degree case,   Smriti Irani,   HRD Minister,   Congress,   AAP,   Smriti Irani educational qualification,   latest India news,  
Australia confident N-deal <strong>talks</strong> with <strong>India</strong> will not 'drag on'

Australia confident N-deal talks with India will not 'drag on'

12 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Australia on Monday expressed confidence that negotiations on the civil nuclear deal with India will not "drag on" as political clearance has already been given and only technical issues are required to be resolved.

Australia,   civil nuclear deal,   Tony Abbott,   Narendra Modi,   nuclear deal,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> High Commission shouldn't become centre of anti-<strong>India</strong> activity: BJP

Pakistan High Commission shouldn't become centre of anti-India activity: BJP

23 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Against the backdrop of Pakistan's top diplomat in India meeting separatist Hurryiat leaders, BJP on Monday cautioned Pakistan that its High Commission here should not become a centre of "anti-India" activity and said there is no scope for any third-party intervention in bilateral issues.

Pakistan High Commission,   Centre of anti India activity,   BJP,   Separatist,   Diplomat,   Hurryiat,  
<strong>India</strong> and Australia to hold first joint naval exercise this year

India and Australia to hold first joint naval exercise this year

14 Jun 2015

New Delhi: India and Australia will undertake their first joint naval exercise later this year even as the two along with Japan look at the possibility of a trilateral exercise, a move that will likely rile China.

India and Australia,   Joint naval exercise,   Japan,   trilateral exercise,   maritime security,   S Jaishankar,   Peter Varghese,   Latest News ,  

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