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<strong>Pak</strong> Parliament backs Sharif, govt slams protests

Pak Parliament backs Sharif, govt slams protests

02 Sep 2014

Islamabad: Amid fears of violence and army intervention in the coup-prone nation, a cornered Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday turned to Parliament for support with his government slamming the protests as a "mutiny against Pakistan".

Pakistan,   Nawaz Sharif ,   Pakistan crisis,   Pak political crisis,   Imran Khan,   Qadri,  
Water talks between India and Pakistan end inconclusively

Water talks between India and Pakistan end inconclusively

27 Aug 2014

Lahore: The three-day talks between India and Pakistan in Lahore over designs of Kishan Ganga Dam and four other hydroelectric power projects at the Jhelum and the Chenab rivers respectively ended inconclusively, but the two sides hoped to find a solution in next meeting in Delhi.

India,   Pakistan government,   Indo-Pak relations,   Kishan Ganga Dam,   Jhelum hydroelectric power projects,   Mirza Asif Baig,   K Vohra,   International Court of Justice,  
Japan pledges USD 33.8 bn for infrastructure projects, agrees to boost strategic ties with India

Japan pledges USD 33.8 bn for infrastructure projects, agrees to boost strategic ties with India

01 Sep 2014

Tokyo: Japan on Monday announced doubling of its private and public investment in India to about USD 34 billion over the next five years even as the two countries decided to elevate their ties to a Special Strategic Global Partnership but failed to conclude a civil nuclear deal.

Japan,   India,   Indo-Japan relations,   Shinzo Abe,   Narendra Modi,   strategic relations,   Nuclear deal,  
India concerned over developments in Pakistan

India concerned over developments in Pakistan

01 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Expressing concern over developments in Pakistan, Government on Monday said the Ministry of External Affairs is closely watching the situation in the neighbouring country.

India,   developments in Pakistan,   Indo-Pak relation,   Nawaz Sharif,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,  
Ceasefire violations not conducive for <strong>Indo</strong>-<strong>Pak</strong> ties: Jaitley

Ceasefire violations not conducive for Indo-Pak ties: Jaitley

30 Aug 2014

New Delhi: India on Saturday said ceasefire violations by Pakistan along the LoC and International Border were "serious and provocative" and created an environment "not very conducive" for relationship between the two sides.

India,   ceasefire violations,   Pakistan,   LoC,   International Border,   Arun Jaitley,   Defence Minister,   Line of Control,  
PM Modi to hold summit talks with Japanese Premier Abe; defence, technology on agenda

PM Modi to hold summit talks with Japanese Premier Abe; defence, technology on agenda

01 Sep 2014

Tokyo: India and Japan are likely to agree to launch a ‘two-plus-two’ security consultative framework involving their foreign and defence ministers during crucial summit talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in Tokyo on Monday.

Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister,   Shinzo Abe,   India-Japan relations,   Indo-Japan ties,   Japanese Prime Minister,   Tokyo,   Modi’s Japan visit,  
Return as India's envoys, Modi to India-bound Japanese youth

Return as India's envoys, Modi to India-bound Japanese youth

02 Sep 2014

Tokyo: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday kicked-off a new initiative on training for Japanese youth started by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) at its various facilities in India, asking them to return to Japan as India's ambassadors.

Modi addresses Japanese youth,   Indo-Japan ties,   Narendra Modi,   Tata Consultancy Services,   TCS,   ,  
Miandad, Qadir question mindset of <strong>Pak</strong> cricketers

Miandad, Qadir question mindset of Pak cricketers

02 Sep 2014

Karachi: Showing concern after the team's thrashing against Sri Lanka, national sporting legends Javed Miandad and Abdul Qadir have said that there is a drastic need to change the mindset in Pakistan cricket for it to move forward.

Sri Lanka,   Javed Miandad,   Abdul Qadir,   Pakistan cricket team,   Pak cricketers ,  
Stronger India is beneficial for world peace, says US

Stronger India is beneficial for world peace, says US

02 Sep 2014

Washington: India is going to be a ‘very important’ player globally and the stronger it becomes, the more beneficial it will be for world peace, a senior Obama Administration official has said amid preparations in United States to give a red carpet welcome to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

India-US ties,   India-US relations,   Barack Obama,   US President,   Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister ,  
Despite Modi's comments, India-China ties stable: Reports

Despite Modi's comments, India-China ties stable: Reports

02 Sep 2014

Beijing: Though Prime Minister Narendra Modi's comment in Tokyo on Monday about there being an 18th century expansionist mindset in the world today has made international media hype as an allusion to China, the fact remains that China-India relations are stable as India is a rational country, a Chinese daily cited on Tuesday.

Modi in Japan,   Indo-Japan nuclear deal,   Narendra Modi,   Shinzo Abe,   Nuclear Energy deal,   NPT,   Modi playing Japan ,  

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