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  • India should stop dragging Pakistan into its electoral debate: FO responds to Modi's allegations

    India should stop dragging Pakistan into its electoral debate and win victories on [its] own strength rather than [on] fabricated conspiracies, which are utterly baseless and irresponsible, said Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal on Monday...

    It was an issue of hot debate in newspapers and media yesterday that a meeting between former Pakistan high commissioner, former minister of external affairs of Pakistan, former vice...

  • Maids’ riot at luxury high-rise reignites debate over domestic labour in India

    NEW DELHI: A violent protest by maids at a luxury high-rise in India and its bitter aftermath have rekindled debate about the treatment meted out to the growing ranks of domestic workers in the country...

    It has also prompted calls for India to re-examine its attitudes and policies about its more than four million domestic workers, many of whom work long hours for low wages with little legal protection...

  • India's Cow Protection Squad: Mobs rule as religious debate rages

    Almost every night, the vigilantes lie in wait for suspected cattle smugglers in the desert state of Rajasthan, ready to fight to protect the animals, a revered symbol of India's majority Hindu religion...

    "Cow slaughter and consumption of beef are banned in Rajasthan and many other states of officially secular India, which has substantial Muslim and Christian populations...

  • India pours scorn on ‘tutored’ spy video

    NEW DELHI: India poured scorn on the video confessions of an alleged spy shown by Pakistan on Tuesday, claiming the man was tutored and that he might have been abducted from Iran...

    “We have seen a video released by Pakistani authorities of a former Indian naval officer, doing business in Iran, who is in Pakistani custody under unexplained circumstances,” the Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement...

  • Video: Mohammad Amir’s fiery opening spell against India

    India overcame a fiery opening spell from Pakistan bowler Mohammad Amir to pummel their bitter rivals by five wickets in a key Asia Cup Twenty20 match in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka on Saturday...

    Defending a low score of 83 runs, Amir generated sheer pace and swing with pinpoint accuracy on a helpful track at the Sher-e-Banga National Stadium to leave India rattled at 8-3 inside three overs...

  • Debate in US on Pakistan draws divergent views

    WASHINGTON: Building trust between Pakistan and the US is important for promoting peace in Af-Pak region, says Amba­ssador Aizaz Chaudhary as the debate on the new US policy for Afghan­istan and Pakistan intensifies...

    But Daniel Markey of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies argues that “Pakistan’s strategy of using proxies for protecting its interests in Afghanistan” prevents the proposed building of trust... ...

  • Book launch sees lively debate on Pakistan’s culture

    KARACHI: Pakistani Saqafat, an Urdu book on Pakistani culture by Uxi Mufti, launched at the Arts Council on Saturday evening stirred a debate on different aspects of culture...

    In the end he gave a reference to Mario Vergas Llosa’s book Notes on the death of culture in which the writer had suggested that advancement of technology and a global economic scenario had rendered the debate on culture redundant...

  • Royal Kohinoor: Why Pakistan should enter the debate but won’t

    Whenever Indians and Pakistanis feel nostalgic, exhausted by constant bickering over the Kashmir issue, Mumbai terror attacks, insurgency in Balochistan; there is one thing that is likely to end the debate — blaming it all on the British for their ‘divide and rule’ policy...

    A group of Indians have sued Queen Elizabeth of England to return the Kohinoor diamond to India, which was taken away from Daleep Singh...

  • Djokovic says ‘men should get more’ as debate over equal prize money blows up

    INDIAN WELLS: World number one Novak Djokovic has indicated men's tennis should get more prize money than women because it has more spectators as a new controversy over equality in the sport erupted...

    After winning the Indian Wells title for the fifth time, the Serbian star said tournament director Raymond Moore was wrong to say that women's tennis is riding on the coattails of the men's game
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