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<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,  
No talks planned with <strong>Pakistan</strong>: India

No talks planned with Pakistan: India

26 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: India on Wednesday said there was "no structured meeting" planned between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif.

No talks with pakistan,   India,   SAARC Summit,   SAARC,   leaders,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> stalls inking of SAARC connectivity agreements

Pakistan stalls inking of SAARC connectivity agreements

26 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Pakistan on Wednesday stalled the inking of SAARC connectivity agreements, including motor vehicle pact, saying it was yet to complete its "internal process", notwithstanding other countries, including India and Sri Lanka, who have been strongly pitching for strengthening the people-to-people contact and movement of goods in the region.

Kathmandu,   Pakistan,   SAARC agreements,   Motor vehicle pact,   India,   Sri Lanka,   SAARC nations,   Nawaz Sharif,  
India, <strong>Pakistan</strong> should resolve differences: Omar Abdullah

India, Pakistan should resolve differences: Omar Abdullah

26 Nov 2014

Srinagar: The element of "suspicion and hostility" between India and Pakistan should be removed and both the countries should sit across the dialogue table and resolve their differences, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said.

India,   Pakistan,   Omar Abdullah,   Narendra Modi,   SAARC nations,  
Ton-up Hafeez lift <strong>Pakistan</strong> to 281/3 vs New Zealand on Day one

Ton-up Hafeez lift Pakistan to 281/3 vs New Zealand on Day one

26 Nov 2014

Sharjah: Opener Mohammad Hafeez struck a dominating century to lift Pakistan to 281 for 3 in the third and final Test against New Zealand in Sharjah, here on Wednesday.

Mohammad Hafeez,   Pakistan vs New Zealand,   Test match,  
PCB to seek proper feedback on Aamir's return to cricket

PCB to seek proper feedback on Aamir's return to cricket

26 Nov 2014

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has made it clear that he would seek proper feedback before taking any decision on banned pacer Mohammad Aamir's return to the national team.

Pakistan Cricket Board,   PCB chairman,   Shaharyar Khan,   Mohammad Aamir,   Pakistan cricket team,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> pushes for active role for observers in SAARC

Pakistan pushes for active role for observers in SAARC

26 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Pakistan on Wednesday sought greater involvement with the observer nations in the eight-member SAARC bloc, saying it should build on convergences and minimise divergences and called for a "dispute-free" South Asia.

dispute free South Asia,   leaders,   SAARC,   SAARC summit,   India Pakistan,   Nepal,   China,   Sri Lanka,  
India says Mumbai attack trial in <strong>Pakistan</strong> going slow

India says Mumbai attack trial in Pakistan going slow

26 Nov 2014

Kathmandu/New Delhi: India on Wednesday said the trial of those responsible for the 26/11 terror attack on Mumbai was progressing "very slowly" in Pakistan, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi recalled the 2008 horror at the SAARC summit.

Rajnath Singh,   26/11 trial ,   Pakistan,   Mumbai attack,   Narendra Modi,   Lashkar-e-Taiba ,   leT,   Kasab,   Mumbai terror attack ,  
Measures to ensure security at Punjab border posts taken: Government

Measures to ensure security at Punjab border posts taken: Government

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The government on Wednesday said that it has taken necessary measures to ensure security at all border posts, including Attari, in Punjab after a recent suicide attack at Wagah border.

Simla Agreement,   Lahore Declaration,   Punjab border,   Wagah border,   Attari,   Indo-Pakistan land border,   ,  
Soon, <strong>atomic</strong> clock that can fit in your pocket

Soon, atomic clock that can fit in your pocket

20 Nov 2014

Washington: Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, are developing a new highly accurate atomic clock the size of a Rubik's cube, measuring about just 2 inches in each dimension.

Atomic Clock,   CSACs,   Massachusetts Institute of Technology,   MIT,   Journal Physical Review,   ,  

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