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  • Nawaz Sharif 'Celebrated Holi Festival To Please The Indian Government', Says Hafiz Saeed's Brother-In-Law

    Nawaz Sharif 'Celebrated Holi Festival To Please The Indian Government', Says Hafiz Saeed's Brother-In-Law

    Jamaat-ud-dawa (JuD) acting chief Hafiz Abdul Rehman Makki today said that Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif celebrated Hindu festival 'Holi' to please the Indian government.

  • Pervez Musharraf Wanted 'Secret Deal' To Form Joint Government: Nawaz Sharif

    Pervez Musharraf Wanted 'Secret Deal' To Form Joint Government: Nawaz Sharif

    Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that former dictator Pervez Musharraf had offered him a "secret deal" to return to the country from exile in Saudi Arabia to form a joint government in 2008.

  • Musharraf Wanted 'Underhand' Deal In 2007: Nawaz Sharif

    Musharraf Wanted 'Underhand' Deal In 2007: Nawaz Sharif

    Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that former military ruler Pervez Musharraf offered him an "underhand" deal to form a joint government but he turned it down. Addressing the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) parliamentary committee on Tuesday, Mr Sharif said, "Musharraf wanted a secret deal with me in 2007, but I declined."

  • Only PM Narendra Modi Can Heal Jammu And Kashmir's Wounds: Mehbooba Mufti

    Only PM Narendra Modi Can Heal Jammu And Kashmir's Wounds: Mehbooba Mufti

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi can take bold steps like resuming talks with Pakistan and is better for Jammu and Kashmir than his predecessor Manmohan Singh who could not even visit his ancestral home there, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said today.

  • After PM Narendra Modi Warned Pak, India Fast-Tracks Kashmir Hydropower Projects

    After PM Narendra Modi Warned Pak, India Fast-Tracks Kashmir Hydropower Projects

    India has fast-tracked hydro-power projects worth $15 billion in Kashmir in recent months, according to news agency Reuters, which based its report on three unnamed central and state officials. The acceleration by India ignores warnings from Islamabad that power stations on rivers flowing into Pakistan will disrupt water supplies.

  • Forced Conversion A Crime In Islam: Nawaz Sharif

    Forced Conversion A Crime In Islam: Nawaz Sharif

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today said that forcible conversion and destruction of worship places of other religions is a crime in Islam and in Pakistan as he greeted the Hindu community on the occasion of Holi.

  • India To Resume Indus Water Talks With Pakistan This Month: 10 Points

    India To Resume Indus Water Talks With Pakistan This Month: 10 Points

    Its point made, India's Indus commissioner will travel to Pakistan later this month to resume the Indus Water Treaty talks that New Delhi had put on the ice after last September's terrorist attack on the Uri army base in Jammu and Kashmir. "Blood and water cannot flow together," Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared soon after the attack that kille...

  • Nawaz Sharif's Daughter Owned London Flats For 6 Months: Pak Supreme Court Told

    Nawaz Sharif's Daughter Owned London Flats For 6 Months: Pak Supreme Court Told

    Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's daughter Maryam owned four flats in the upscale Mayfair locality in London for six months in 2006, a media report quoted the counsel for the Sharif family as telling the Supreme Court on Thursday as it heard the high-profile Panamagate case.

  • India's Maritime Strategy In Indian Ocean 'Expansionist', Alleges Pak, Talks Of 'Threat'

    India's Maritime Strategy In Indian Ocean 'Expansionist', Alleges Pak, Talks Of 'Threat'

    Pakistan's top diplomat Sartaj Aziz has accused India of having an "expansionist" maritime security strategy and said that Sir Creek in Gujarat, a tidal estuary on the border of India and Pakistan poses a "threat" to the security of the Indian Ocean. "The un-demarcated borders in Sir Creek have the potential to cast a shadow on maritime security. I...

  • Pakistan Wants Friendly Ties With Trump Administration, Says Sartaj Aziz

    Pakistan Wants Friendly Ties With Trump Administration, Says Sartaj Aziz

    Adviser to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said on Saturday that Pakistan desired good, friendly and lasting ties with the new US administration. Mr Aziz said that Mr Sharif's first contact with US President Donald Trump was a "very pleasant one". The two leaders had spoken over telephone a while back.

  • Terrorist Hafiz Saeed Blames Trump-Modi Rapport For House Arrest: 10 Points

    Terrorist Hafiz Saeed Blames Trump-Modi Rapport For House Arrest: 10 Points

    The arrest of Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed - the mastermind of the 2008 attacks in Mumbai in which 166 people were killed -- is a "policy decision", the Pakistan Army has said. The house arrest of the terror chief had started yesterday evening following an order from Pakistan's home ministry. The Lashkar chief, who is also the head of the fron...

  • Indira Gandhi Persuaded Zia-ul-Haq To Join Regional Strategy During Afghan Crisis: CIA

    Indira Gandhi Persuaded Zia-ul-Haq To Join Regional Strategy During Afghan Crisis: CIA

    Worried over Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi tried to persuade then Pakistan President Zia-ul-Haq in 1980 to join an Indian-sponsored regional strategy to effectively deal with the "occupation", according to a declassified CIA report.

  • Pakistan To Allow Screening Of Indian Films

    Pakistan To Allow Screening Of Indian Films

    Raees and Kaabil may become the first Indian movies to be screened in Pakistan after the government lifts the four-months-long ban on the screening of Bollywood movies in the country, following Indo-Pak tensions.

  • Bomb Blast In Pakistan Market Kills 20, Wounds Over 50

    Bomb Blast In Pakistan Market Kills 20, Wounds Over 50

    20 people were killed and 50 were wounded when a bomb struck a market in Pakistan's tribal belt bordering Afghanistan on Saturday, Pakistani health and government officials said.

  • Foreign Media On PM Modi's Comments On Differences With China

    Foreign Media On PM Modi's Comments On Differences With China

    India will not hold talks with Pakistan as long as New Delhi's nuclear-armed neighbor continues to support terrorism in South Asia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a foreign policy speech.

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