Indo Pak Relations


'Indo Pak Relations' - 14 News Result(s)

  • Economic Impact Of India-Pak Tensions Will Be 'Extremely Marginal': Arun Jaitley

    Economic Impact Of India-Pak Tensions Will Be 'Extremely Marginal': Arun Jaitley

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has expressed confidence that any economic impact arising from recent tensions with Pakistan and incidents like the surgical strikes undertaken by Indian special forces will be "extremely marginal".

  • Sri Lanka Pulls Out Of SAARC Summit In Islamabad; Becomes 5th Country To Do So

    Sri Lanka Pulls Out Of SAARC Summit In Islamabad; Becomes 5th Country To Do So

    Sri Lanka on Friday expressed its unwillingness to attend the upcoming SAARC Summit in Islamabad, saying the prevailing environment in the region is not conducive for holding the summit.

  • After Surgical Strikes Across LoC, Rajnath Singh Reviews National Security

    After Surgical Strikes Across LoC, Rajnath Singh Reviews National Security

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday reviewed the security situation in the country, particularly along the border with Pakistan in states like Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir, and directed central security organisations to be on high alert.

  • After Sushma Swaraj's Message At UN, US Asks Pak To Act Against All Terror Groups

    After Sushma Swaraj's Message At UN, US Asks Pak To Act Against All Terror Groups

    Following External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's speech at the United Nations General Assembly session wherein she asked the world to act against countries harbouring terrorists, the US has said that Pakistan needs to target all terror groups, including those that target neighbouring countries.

  • Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif Urges US, UK To Help Resolve Issues With India

    Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif Urges US, UK To Help Resolve Issues With India

    Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has held separate meetings with US Secretary of State John Kerry and his British counterpart Theresa May during which he urged the two countries to help resolve issues between Islamabad and New Delhi.

  • Donald Trump's Investments In India Can Affect Indo-Pak Ties: US Senator Tim Kaine

    Donald Trump's Investments In India Can Affect Indo-Pak Ties: US Senator Tim Kaine

    Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Tim Kaine has alleged that Republican White House aspirant Donald Trump's investments in India could have an impact on US' efforts towards a stable India-Pakistan relationship if he wins the November general elections.

  • Pathankot Attack: Pakistan Lodges First Information Report

    Pathankot Attack: Pakistan Lodges First Information Report

    Pakistani authorities have lodged a First Information Report (FIR) into the Pathankot terror attack case, officials said today, after weeks of probe into the assault that led to the postponement of Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary-level talks.

  • Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries Meet: Venue Yet To Be Decided, No Role for Hurriyat

    Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries Meet: Venue Yet To Be Decided, No Role for Hurriyat

    India today said the date and venue for next month's meeting between Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries are yet to be finalised and asserted that all bilateral issues are to be addressed mutually between the two countries.

  • No Role in Indo-Pak Peace Process Unless Jointly Sought: US

    No Role in Indo-Pak Peace Process Unless Jointly Sought: US

    The US has categorically ruled out any role for itself in Indo-Pak peace process unless both the countries jointly ask for it, according to a senior official who asserted that the best way to resolve issues is through direct dialogue between the two neighbours.

  • What Pakistani Woman Says About Indian Friend on Facebook

    What Pakistani Woman Says About Indian Friend on Facebook

    "We're so close geographically but history has made us so bitter," says a Pakistani woman on the Humans of Bombay Facebook page.

  • India, Pak Were Close to Kashmir 'Framework': Ex-Pak Foreign Minister

    India, Pak Were Close to Kashmir 'Framework': Ex-Pak Foreign Minister

    India and Pakistan were about to reach a "framework" on Kashmir during UPA I rule and both sides even had decided not to proclaim "victory" post the announcement, former Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Kasuri said today.

  • Aboard the 'torture train' to Pakistan

    It's Sunday morning. The Bhagat ki Kothi railway station here is ready to receive its weekly train from Pakistan. Stall owners outside are stocked with food and drinks of all hues and tints; they know the 250-odd passengers must be hungry and thirsty.Unlike the better known Samjhauta Express that links Lahore and Delhi, the Thar Express -- named af...

  • PMO denies report of 'secret' talks with Kayani

    PMO denies report of 'secret' talks with Kayani

    The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has denied reports in the British media claiming that Dr Manmohan Singh had initiated a back channel exercise before the Mohali meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani."We have seen media reports quoting a British newspaper saying that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh contacted Pakistan Army chief Gene...

  • Will Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao okay another PoK project?

    Will Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao okay another PoK project?

    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao arrived in Pakistan on Friday for a rare visit expected to focus heavily on expanding trade between the longtime allies. Islamabad has been grappling with an Islamist insurgency as well as political and economic turmoil in recent years, and Wen's trip - the first by a Chinese premier in five years - is an opportunity to s...

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'Indo Pak Relations' - 14 News Result(s)

  • Economic Impact Of India-Pak Tensions Will Be 'Extremely Marginal': Arun Jaitley

    Economic Impact Of India-Pak Tensions Will Be 'Extremely Marginal': Arun Jaitley

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has expressed confidence that any economic impact arising from recent tensions with Pakistan and incidents like the surgical strikes undertaken by Indian special forces will be "extremely marginal".

  • Sri Lanka Pulls Out Of SAARC Summit In Islamabad; Becomes 5th Country To Do So

    Sri Lanka Pulls Out Of SAARC Summit In Islamabad; Becomes 5th Country To Do So

    Sri Lanka on Friday expressed its unwillingness to attend the upcoming SAARC Summit in Islamabad, saying the prevailing environment in the region is not conducive for holding the summit.

  • After Surgical Strikes Across LoC, Rajnath Singh Reviews National Security

    After Surgical Strikes Across LoC, Rajnath Singh Reviews National Security

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday reviewed the security situation in the country, particularly along the border with Pakistan in states like Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir, and directed central security organisations to be on high alert.

  • After Sushma Swaraj's Message At UN, US Asks Pak To Act Against All Terror Groups

    After Sushma Swaraj's Message At UN, US Asks Pak To Act Against All Terror Groups

    Following External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's speech at the United Nations General Assembly session wherein she asked the world to act against countries harbouring terrorists, the US has said that Pakistan needs to target all terror groups, including those that target neighbouring countries.

  • Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif Urges US, UK To Help Resolve Issues With India

    Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif Urges US, UK To Help Resolve Issues With India

    Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has held separate meetings with US Secretary of State John Kerry and his British counterpart Theresa May during which he urged the two countries to help resolve issues between Islamabad and New Delhi.

  • Donald Trump's Investments In India Can Affect Indo-Pak Ties: US Senator Tim Kaine

    Donald Trump's Investments In India Can Affect Indo-Pak Ties: US Senator Tim Kaine

    Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Tim Kaine has alleged that Republican White House aspirant Donald Trump's investments in India could have an impact on US' efforts towards a stable India-Pakistan relationship if he wins the November general elections.

  • Pathankot Attack: Pakistan Lodges First Information Report

    Pathankot Attack: Pakistan Lodges First Information Report

    Pakistani authorities have lodged a First Information Report (FIR) into the Pathankot terror attack case, officials said today, after weeks of probe into the assault that led to the postponement of Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary-level talks.

  • Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries Meet: Venue Yet To Be Decided, No Role for Hurriyat

    Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries Meet: Venue Yet To Be Decided, No Role for Hurriyat

    India today said the date and venue for next month's meeting between Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries are yet to be finalised and asserted that all bilateral issues are to be addressed mutually between the two countries.

  • No Role in Indo-Pak Peace Process Unless Jointly Sought: US

    No Role in Indo-Pak Peace Process Unless Jointly Sought: US

    The US has categorically ruled out any role for itself in Indo-Pak peace process unless both the countries jointly ask for it, according to a senior official who asserted that the best way to resolve issues is through direct dialogue between the two neighbours.

  • What Pakistani Woman Says About Indian Friend on Facebook

    What Pakistani Woman Says About Indian Friend on Facebook

    "We're so close geographically but history has made us so bitter," says a Pakistani woman on the Humans of Bombay Facebook page.

  • India, Pak Were Close to Kashmir 'Framework': Ex-Pak Foreign Minister

    India, Pak Were Close to Kashmir 'Framework': Ex-Pak Foreign Minister

    India and Pakistan were about to reach a "framework" on Kashmir during UPA I rule and both sides even had decided not to proclaim "victory" post the announcement, former Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Kasuri said today.

  • Aboard the 'torture train' to Pakistan

    It's Sunday morning. The Bhagat ki Kothi railway station here is ready to receive its weekly train from Pakistan. Stall owners outside are stocked with food and drinks of all hues and tints; they know the 250-odd passengers must be hungry and thirsty.Unlike the better known Samjhauta Express that links Lahore and Delhi, the Thar Express -- named af...

  • PMO denies report of 'secret' talks with Kayani

    PMO denies report of 'secret' talks with Kayani

    The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has denied reports in the British media claiming that Dr Manmohan Singh had initiated a back channel exercise before the Mohali meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani."We have seen media reports quoting a British newspaper saying that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh contacted Pakistan Army chief Gene...

  • Will Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao okay another PoK project?

    Will Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao okay another PoK project?

    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao arrived in Pakistan on Friday for a rare visit expected to focus heavily on expanding trade between the longtime allies. Islamabad has been grappling with an Islamist insurgency as well as political and economic turmoil in recent years, and Wen's trip - the first by a Chinese premier in five years - is an opportunity to s...

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