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Indo-Pak Home Secretary-level <strong>talks</strong> to start in Islamabad on Thursday

Indo-Pak Home Secretary-level talks to start in Islamabad on Thursday

23 May 2012

A 12-member delegation, led by Home Secretary R K Singh, on Wednesday left for Pakistan for the Home Secretary-level talks beginning on Thursday where a relaxed visa regime is expected to be inked apart from New Delhi pressing for action against perpetrators of the 26/11 attack.

Indo Pak talks,   India Pak secretary level talks,   India Pakistan talks,   India Pakistan relations,  
<strong>India</strong>-Pak fail to make headway on Sir Creek

India-Pak fail to make headway on Sir Creek

19 Jun 2012

India and Pakistan on Tuesday failed to make any headway on their maritime boundary dispute in the Sir Creek region at the 12th round of the talks with both sides reiterating their stated positions and expressing desire to find an amicable solution.

Indo-Pak Sir Creek talks,   Sir Creek issue,   India-Pakistan talks,  
Don't deport Indian journalists, forum urges <strong>Pakistan</strong>

Don't deport Indian journalists, forum urges Pakistan

13 May 2014

Mumbai: Pakistan-India Peoples Forum for Peace and Democracy (PIPFPD) Indian chapter has urged Pakistan not to send back two Indian journalists and renew their expired visas.

Pakistan-India Peoples Forum for Peace and Democracy,   Pakistan,   two Indian journalists - based in Pakistan,   Asha Hans,   Jatin Desai,   Meena Menon,   The Hindu,   S Philip,   PTI,  
Blackmoney row: Swiss banks ask <strong>India</strong> to make ‘justified’ requests

Blackmoney row: Swiss banks ask India to make ‘justified’ requests

07 Jul 2014

New Delhi/Zurich: As India steps up pressure on Swiss authorities in its pursuit of alleged blackmoney, banks in Switzerland say they follow strict rules and the requests from Indian authorities must be "properly justified".

Swiss Banks,   Blackmoney,   Indian blackmoney,   Banks in Switzerland,   Swiss banks,   Association of Foreign Banks in Switzerland,   Indian blackmoney in Swiss banks ,  
Three out of 10 in <strong>India</strong> are poor, says Rangarajan panel report

Three out of 10 in India are poor, says Rangarajan panel report

07 Jul 2014

New Delhi: A panel headed by former PMEAC chairman C Rangarajan has dismissed Tendulkar Committee's report on estimating poverty and said that the number of poor in India was much higher in 2011-12 at 29.5 percent of the population, which means that three out of 10 persons at present are poor.

Poverty,   poverty in India,   C Rangarajan,   Tendulkar Committee report,   Rangarajan panel,   Rangarajan panel report,  
<strong>India</strong>, US keen to take relationship to a new level

India, US keen to take relationship to a new level

03 Jul 2014

New Delhi: US Senator John McCain met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday. McCain conveyed to Modi the keen desire in US to work with him to revitalize the India-US strategic partnership.

India,   US,   US Senator,   John McCain,   Narendra Modi,   Iraq,   Afghanistan,  
Highlights: Prime Minister Narendra Modi chairs first Cabinet meet

Highlights: Prime Minister Narendra Modi chairs first Cabinet meet

27 May 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday chaired his first Cabinet meeting at South Block. The meeting was attended by all 24 Cabinet Ministers.

Narendra Modi,   Modi takes charge,   SAARC leaders,   Nawaz Sharif,   Modi Cabinet,   Government of India,   India-Pakistan relation,  
US spying row overshadows McCain's trip to <strong>India</strong>

US spying row overshadows McCain's trip to India

03 Jul 2014

New Delhi: A visit to India by US Senator John McCain on Wednesday was overshadowed by a row over reports that the National Security Agency was authorized to spy on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party in 2010.

Snooping,   US Senator,   John McCain,   US-India ties,   India-US relations,  
 Hope new government will carry forward dialogue with <strong>Pakistan</strong>: Omar

Hope new government will carry forward dialogue with Pakistan: Omar

13 May 2014

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday expressed hope that the new government at the Centre would carry forward the dialogue process with Pakistan to address long-pending issues, including Kashmir.

Omar Abdullah,   BJP,   NDA,   NC,   LS polls 2014,   India-Pakistan relations ,  
<strong>India</strong> takes global lead to empower blind to read

India takes global lead to empower blind to read

02 Jul 2014

New Delhi: India has become the first country to ratify the Marrakesh Treaty to facilitate access to published works for persons who are blind, visually-impaired or print disabled.

Marrakesh Treaty,   published works for blind,  visually-impaired,   print disabled,   World Intellectual Property Organization,  

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