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<strong>Pakistan</strong> says it is against arms race in <strong>South</strong> Asia

Pakistan says it is against arms race in South Asia

31 Oct 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan said it was against arms race in South Asia and hoped that the international community would not contribute to creating further asymmetry in conventional weapon in the region.

Pakistan ,   arms race in South Asia,   conventional weapon,   Tasnim Aslam,   Loc,   Terrorism,  
Century-man Younis helps <strong>Pakistan</strong> punish Australia

Century-man Younis helps Pakistan punish Australia

30 Oct 2014

Abu Dhabi: Younis Khan became the first batsman in 90 years to hit three hundreds in consecutive innings against Australia as Pakistan took early advantage of the second Test in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.

Younis Khan,   Australia vs Pakistan,   Test in Abu Dhabi,  
<strong>South</strong> <strong>Korea</strong> spy agency says North hacking smartphones

South Korea spy agency says North hacking smartphones

29 Oct 2014

Seoul: North Korea attempted to hack tens of thousands of South Korean smartphones this year, using malware disguised in mobile gaming apps, the South's spy agency said in a report submitted to parliament this week.

North Korea,   South Korea,   Smartphones,   Malware,   Mobile gaming apps,   Spy agency,   Cyber war,  
Indo-Pak standoff may offset China's diplomatic gains: Chinese think tank

Indo-Pak standoff may offset China's diplomatic gains: Chinese think tank

29 Oct 2014

Beijing: Indo-Pak tensions can counter-balance China's diplomatic gains in South Asia and will divert Pakistan's attention from fighting militants, also linked to violence in Muslim-majority Xinjiang, a Chinese think tank has said.

Indo-Pak tension,   China,   South Asia,   Pakistan,   India,   China diplomatic gains,   Islamic State,  
Tahir-ul-Qadri leaves <strong>Pakistan</strong>; Opposition claims deal with Sharif government

Tahir-ul-Qadri leaves Pakistan; Opposition claims deal with Sharif government

30 Oct 2014

Lahore: After abruptly ending his over two-month long anti-government protest in the Pakistani capital, fiery cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri has left the country, leading to speculation that he has struck a deal with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

Anti-government protest,   Pakistani capital,   Pakistan cleric,   Tahir-ul-Qadri,   Prime Minister,   Nawaz Sharif,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> lose opener Ahmed Shehzad in second Test

Pakistan lose opener Ahmed Shehzad in second Test

30 Oct 2014

Abu Dhabi: Pakistan lost opener Ahmed Shehzad before reaching 82-1 at lunch on the opening day of the second and final Test in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.

Pakistan,   Australia,   Ahmed Shehzad,   Abu Dhabhi Test,   Mohammed Hafeez,   Glen Maxwell,  
SAARC meet will only be respite in India-<strong>Pakistan</strong> crisis

SAARC meet will only be respite in India-Pakistan crisis

27 Oct 2014

Islamabad: Guns may fall silent when the SAARC meet takes place in November, but it would only imply respite rather than a long-term solution to the ongoing crisis between India and Pakistan, an editorial said on Monday.

Saarc,   India-Pakistan crisis,   South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation ,   SAARC nation,   India-Pakistan crisis,   India-Pakistan realtions,  
Fit-again Sharma, Pandey hit tons in India A's win over SL

Fit-again Sharma, Pandey hit tons in India A's win over SL

30 Oct 2014

Mumbai: A fit-again Rohit Sharma and Manish Pandey slammed strokeful centuries as India A feasted on Sri Lanka's mediocre attack before registering a comfortable 88-run victory in a warm-up match for the visitors ahead of their ODI series against India, here on Thursday.

Rohit Sharma,   Manish Pandey,   India A vs Sri Lanka ,  
4 more polio cases found in <strong>Pakistan</strong>; tally jumps to 231

4 more polio cases found in Pakistan; tally jumps to 231

30 Oct 2014

Islamabad: At least four new polio cases have been reported in Pakistan, taking the number of those affected this year to 231 with the county's fight against the crippling disease showing no signs of improvement.

Pakistan,   Polio Cases,   National Institute of Health,   Taliban,   WHO,  
Australia, Indonesia, <strong>South</strong> <strong>Korea</strong> absent as China launches World Bank rival in Asia

Australia, Indonesia, South Korea absent as China launches World Bank rival in Asia

24 Oct 2014

Shanghai: Australia, Indonesia and South Korea skipped the launch of a China-backed Asian infrastructure bank on Friday as the United States said it had concerns about the new rival to Western-dominated multilateral lenders.

Australia,   Indonesia,   South Korea,   absent nations,   China,   launch,   World Bank rival,   Asia,   World Bank,   WB,  

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