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  • India-China row deepens as Dalai Lama arrives in India

    India said Tuesday that China should not interfere in its internal affairs, as the Dalai Lama began a week long visit to India's remote northeast that Beijing has protested...

    China claims the partly ethnically Tibetan Himalayan state as its own territory and warned last month of “severe damage” to relations with India and increased regional instability if the Dalai Lama proceeds with his trip...

  • When Iqbal called for a Muslim India, within India

    The infamous Pakistan studies textbook presents Iqbal as a pious orthodox Muslim thinker with the message being that Pakistan, the homeland, can be accredited to his vision...

    It is not surprising then that Iqbal has become the father of Pakistan as he was the first to call for “the Punjab, North West Frontier Province, Sind and Balochistan amalgamated into a single state” in his presidential address to the 21st session of the...

  • UN chief slams killings in India-held Kashmir, calls for India-Pak dialogue

    UNITED NATIONS: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has deplored the ongoing killings in India-held Kashmir as security forces there try to stamp out weeks of anti-government protests by Kashmiri civilians, and urged India and Pakistan to settle Kashmir and other issues through dialogue...

    "I appreciated the continued commitment of Pakistan to the peaceful resolution of the Kashmir dispute for the sake of regional peace and security, as...

  • India names Reserve Bank of India deputy as new governor

    NEW DELHI: The Indian government on Saturday named insider Urjit Patel as the new governor of the Reserve Bank of India, to replace popular central banker Raghuram Rajan when his term ends in September...

    One of four RBI deputies, Patel, 52, currently runs the central bank’s monetary policy department, working closely with Rajan, who is credited with taming inflation and tackling India’s mountain of soured bank loans...

  • India alleges arrest of another Pakistani in India-held Kashmir

    Indian authorities have claimed the arrest of a terrorist who they allege belongs to Pakistan and was sent to India-held Kashmir to setup a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) camp in the area, according to a report published on the Hindustan Times website...

    The reports claims that Assad Ahmed, cousin of an alleged Pakistan-trained suspect who was arrested last week in India-held Kashmir, had told the Hindustan Times that the arrested man Sajjad...

  • India offers to buy 200 foreign combat jets — if they're made in India

    India is offering to buy hundreds of fighter planes from foreign manufacturers - as long as the jets are made in India and with a local partner, air force officials say...

    A deal for 200 single-engine planes produced in India - which the air force says could rise to 300 as it fully phases out ageing Soviet-era aircraft - could be worth anything from $13-$15 billion, experts say, potentially one of the country's biggest military...

  • This is ideal time for Pakistan-India series: Shaharyar

    LAHORE: Not losing hope and still awaiting a reply from the BCCI on the bilateral series, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shaharyar Khan is convinced that the role of the Indian cricket board is now vital to persuade its government for endorsing the crucial series after the ice-breaking visit of Indian foreign minister Sushma Swaraj to Islamabad the other day...

    “The official announcement [on restoring India-Pakistan bilateral...

  • India-Pakistan hopes revived

    It is as unexpected as it is compelling — and official: Pakistan and India are to resume dialogue across a range of agreed subjects under the umbrella of what has now been labelled the Comprehensive Bilateral Dialogue...

    As ever, the India-Pakistan relationship has not failed to surprise — though for once in the most welcoming of ways...

  • Pakistan beat India to reach ICRC final

    DHAKA: Pakistan, inspired by spinner Fayyaz Ahmed’s hat-trick, stormed into the final of ICRC international T-20 cricket tournament for people with physical disabilities after defeating India by 43 runs at BKSP Ground 4 here in Dhaka on Monday...

    The result effectively ended India’s hopes of making the final — even if they beat Bangladesh in their last fixture — after suffering their second loss in three matches...

  • US-India N-deal affected strategic stability, says Pakistan

    WASHINGTON: The US nuclear deal with India has affected the strategic stability that existed in South Asia before the deal, says Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry...

    The foreign secretary, who will lead the Pakistani team at the US-Pakistan talks on security, strategic stability and non-proliferation which begin in Washington on Tuesday, said that maintaining this strategic balance was necessary for peace in South Asia...

  • Pakistan, India hockey series in UK likely to be delayed

    ISLAMABAD: A three-match hockey series between former stars of Pakistan and Indian teams, which was scheduled to take place next week, is likely to be delayed as some ex-Pakistan Olympians and internationals could not get UK visa in time...

    Pakistan junior hockey team’s head coach and former Olympian Tahir Zaman, who was part of Pakistan team for this series, told APP that some Pakistan players could not get UK visas in time and now...

  • India is not reluctant to engage with Pakistan, says Modi

    NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday stated that due to his diplomatic efforts, the world has seen that India is not reluctant to engage with Pakistan and the world is unanimously appreciating India’s position and stance on Pakistan...

    “Our approach has created difficulties for Pakistan, and they find it hard to respond on the matter in the international community,” said the Indian prime minister in an interview...

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