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  • 'Pakistan Maut Ka Kuan, Even Men Not Safe': India's Uzma After Return

    'Pakistan <i>Maut Ka Kuan</i>, Even Men Not Safe': India's Uzma After Return

    A young woman who said she was forced to marry a Pakistani man at gunpoint broke down as she met her little daughter in Delhi for the first time in weeks. Sushma Swaraj, caught up in the emotional homecoming, said, "It means everything to us that for a woman trapped in a foreign land, the Indian High Commission is a ray of hope."

  • 'Welcome Home, India's Daughter': Woman Forced To Marry Pak Man Returns

    'Welcome Home, India's Daughter': Woman Forced To Marry Pak Man Returns

    The Indian woman who accused a Pakistani man of forcing her at gunpoint to marry him, returned to India this morning. Uzma, who sought refuge at the Indian High Commission in Islamabad came back via Wagah border, escorted by the officials of the Indian High Commission.

  • Indian Woman Who Alleged Wedding At Gunpoint To Pak Man Returns Today

    Indian Woman Who Alleged Wedding At Gunpoint To Pak Man Returns Today

    The Indian woman who sought refuge at the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, accusing a Pakistani man of forcing her at gunpoint to marry him, is expected to return to India today. Uzma will come back via Wagah border, escorted by the officials of the Indian High Commission. Uzma's brother, who had sought the government's help in rescuing her, wa...

  • Indian Who Alleged Forced Marriage To Pak Man Allowed To Return: Report

    Indian Who Alleged Forced Marriage To Pak Man Allowed To Return: Report

    Indian woman Uzma who accused Pakistani man of forcibly marrying her has been allowed to return to India, a media report said.

  • Manchester Concert Blast: Indian High Commission In UK Sets Up Response Unit

    Manchester Concert Blast: Indian High Commission In UK Sets Up Response Unit

    The Indian High Commission in the UK will activate more helplines to be of further assistance to families and friends of those affected by attack at US singer Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester Arena.

  • Pak Cops Claim Another Indian Arrested. India Not Informed, Say Sources

    Pak Cops Claim Another Indian Arrested. India Not Informed, Say Sources

    An Indian man was arrested in Islamabad after he was found not to have required travel documents, the Pakistani authorities have said. The man has been identified as Sheikh Nabi, a resident of Mumbai. The Indian High Commission is yet to be informed about the case, sources in the foreign ministry have said.

  • Pakistani Husband Of Indian Woman Who Alleged Marriage At Gunpoint Wants To Meet Her

    Pakistani Husband Of Indian Woman Who Alleged Marriage At Gunpoint Wants To Meet Her

    The Pakistani husband of 20-year-old Uzma, who has alleged that she was forced to marry at gunpoint, has pleaded the High Court in Islamabad for a meeting with his wife to clear all "misunderstandings".

  • Indian Woman to Be Repatriated After Formalities: Pakistan

    Indian Woman to Be Repatriated After Formalities: Pakistan

    Pakistan on Tuesday said that an Indian woman who sought refuge in the Indian High Commission here after arriving in Pakistan to marry, will be repatriated after all legalities are completed.

  • Seek Return Of Woman Who Alleged Marriage To Pak Man On Gunpoint: Centre

    Seek Return Of Woman Who Alleged Marriage To Pak Man On Gunpoint: Centre

    The Ministry of External Affairs today said that it was coordinating with Pakistani authorities for the safe return of a 20-year-old Indian woman, Uzma, who had alleged that she was forced to marry a Pakistani citizen on gunpoint. Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay stated that Uzma's brother had met Union Minister Sushma Swaraj and sought the gover...

  • Woman Tortured, Forced To Wed At Gunpoint In Pak, Says Foreign Ministry

    Woman Tortured, Forced To Wed At Gunpoint In Pak, Says Foreign Ministry

    A young woman living in Islamabad who wanted help to get back to India, has filed a case against her husband, saying he forced her to marry him at gunpoint. Twenty-year-old Uzma had approached the Indian High Commission last week asking for help. Her husband Tahir Ali had alleged that the officials had detained her against her will.

  • Indian Woman Alleges Was Forced To Marry Pak Man On Gunpoint: Report

    Indian Woman Alleges Was Forced To Marry Pak Man On Gunpoint: Report

    A 20-year-old Indian woman, who approached the Indian High Commission in Islamabad with a request to repatriate her, today alleged that she was forced to marry a Pakistani citizen on gunpoint, marking a new turn in the case.

  • Indian Married To Pak Man Seeks Help From High Commission In Islamabad

    Indian Married To Pak Man Seeks Help From High Commission In Islamabad

    A Pakistani man has accused the Indian High Commission in Islamabad of detaining his newly-wed Indian wife after they went there to apply for his visa.

  • Indian Man Arrested In US Over Insider Trading Charges

    Indian Man Arrested In US Over Insider Trading Charges

    A 41-year-old Indian citizen has been arrested on charges of insider trading and making thousands of dollars using confidential information of a private equity firm's acquisition of a technology company. Avaneesh Krishnamoorthy, who lives in New Jersey, served as a vice president and risk management specialist for a Manhattan-based investment bank ...

  • Pakistan Pulls Out Of Asian Squash Event, Files Complaint Against India Over Visa Issue

    Pakistan Pulls Out Of Asian Squash Event, Files Complaint Against India Over Visa Issue

    After pulling out of the 19th Asian Squash Championship which starts today in Chennai, the Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) has filed a complaint with the World and Asian squash bodies against the Indian High Commission for delaying issuance of visas to a four-member Pakistan team.The PSF claimed that it had submitted applications for visas of play...

  • PIL In Delhi High Court Against UGC Regulations On MPhil, PhD Degrees

    PIL In Delhi High Court Against UGC Regulations On MPhil, PhD Degrees

    Forum of Indian Legists, an NGO filed a public interest litigation (PIL)in Delhi High Court challenging University Grants Commission (UGC) regulations regarding the award of MPhil and PhD degrees and appointment of faculties in Indian educational institutions.

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