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<strong>Pakistan</strong> wants meaningful dialogue with India: Sharif

Pakistan wants meaningful dialogue with India: Sharif

28 Nov 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday said that his country wants a meaningful dialogue with India on all issues, media reported.

Pakistan,   meaningful dialogue,   India,   Nawza Sharif,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   Indo-Pak,   bilateral ties,  
Government wants friendly ties with <strong>Pakistan</strong> : BJP

Government wants friendly ties with Pakistan : BJP

27 Nov 2014

Srinagar: BJP on Thursday said its government at the Centre wants friendly relations with Pakistan, but there was no reciprocation to the peace overtures from the other side.

India,  Pakistan,   BJP,   Ram Madhav,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
Government wants friendly ties with <strong>Pakistan</strong>: BJP

Government wants friendly ties with Pakistan: BJP

27 Nov 2014

Srinagar: BJP on Thursday said its government at the Centre wants friendly relations with Pakistan, but there was no reciprocation to the peace overtures from the other side.

BJP,   Government,   Centre,   Pakistan,   India Pak relations,   India Pak dispute ,  
Malik claims to have proof of IS presence in <strong>Pakistan</strong>

Malik claims to have proof of IS presence in Pakistan

27 Nov 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan's former interior minister Rehman Malik has claimed that he had documentary evidence about the presence of the dreaded Islamic State terror group in the country.

Pakistan,   IS,   Former Minister Rehman Malik,   Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif,   SAARC,  Tehreek-i-Taliban,  Pakistan People's Party ,   ISIS,   Al-Quaeda,  Nisar Ali Khan ,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> cricket expresses condolence at Hughes' death

Pakistan cricket expresses condolence at Hughes' death

27 Nov 2014

Karachi: Pakistan's cricket community on Thursday stood united in grief at the tragic demise of young Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who succumbed to his head injuries sustained during a domestic game in Sydney.

Pakistan,   Pakistani cricketers,   condolence,   Hughes' death,   Phillip Hughes,   Australian cricketer,   Australian batsman,   sports,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> vs New Zealand test postponed for a day

Pakistan vs New Zealand test postponed for a day

27 Nov 2014

Sharjah (UAE): The second day's play in the third and final test between Pakistan and New Zealand has been abandoned on news of the tragic death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes on Thursday.

Pakistan vs New Zealand test,   Pak NZ test match,   test match postponed,   Phillip Hughes death,   Australian batsman death,  
Ex-minister claims proof of IS presence in <strong>Pakistan</strong>

Ex-minister claims proof of IS presence in Pakistan

27 Nov 2014

Islamabad: Former interior minister and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Rehman Malik claimed he has evidence about the presence of the Islamic State (IS) militant group in Pakistan.

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP),   Rehman Malik,   Islamic State (IS),   Nawaz Sharif,   SAARC,   ,  
Nepal played key role in Modi-Sharif handshake

Nepal played key role in Modi-Sharif handshake

27 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Nepal played a key role in creating an environment for a warm handshake between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on Thursday.

Kathmandu,   Nepal,   Handshake,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Pakistan PM,   Nawaz Sharif,   SAARC,  
SAARC nations sign energy deal at summit

SAARC nations sign energy deal at summit

27 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: In a face saver, SAARC countries on Thursday signed a framework agreement on cooperation in power sector but failed to finalise the much-awaited motor vehicle and railway pacts for greater people-to-people contact and movement of goods due to opposition from Pakistan.

SAARC,   energy deal,   Pakistan,   Prime Minister Sushil Koirala,   Nepal,   ,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> under pressure to save trade agenda at SAARC Summit

Pakistan under pressure to save trade agenda at SAARC Summit

27 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: South Asian leaders will pile pressure on Pakistan on Thursday to salvage a summit in Nepal by agreeing to electricity sharing and the free movement of vehicles across borders, measures aimed at boosting trade among nearly a quarter of the world's people.

Pakistan,   save trade agenda,   South Asia summit,   SAARC Summit,   world leaders,   SAARC,   Nawaz Sharif,   Nepal,   Narendra Modi,  

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