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Welcome 26 Jan 2015 11:12:09
Beijing, Jan 26: After terming US President Barack Obama's unprecedented second visit to India as a "superficial rapprochement", China on Monday described Pakistan as its strategic partner, important neighbour and brother. As per a report published in a Pak daily,
www.oneindia.com 26 Jan 2015 09:28
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QuartzHow Pakistan and China are covering Obama's India visitQuartzThe US president is in India on a three-day visit—his second official tour of the country—in an attempt to develop a stronger relationship between the two nations. Already, the bonhomie between Obama and Indian prime minister Narendra Modi—with the ...Pakistan's future worries both India, US Times of IndiaIndia US worried about Pakistan causing damage to itself m.indiatvnews.com (press release) (blog)Obama's India The Nationall 65 news articles »
news.google.com 26 Jan 2015 07:57
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President Barack Obama and prime minister Narendra Modi agreed on a joint strategic vision for regions straddling Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean on Sunday, but a close reading of the pact indicates a crucial role for Pakistan, though it was not named, as a conduit for carrying the proposed cooperation into Central Asia
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NDTVBarack Obama's India visit a big development: Pakistani dailyEconomic TimesISLAMABAD: US President Barack Obama's visit to India for the country's Republic Day celebrations is a "big development" and Islamabad must "ensure it does not suffer as a new era of US-India relations gets underway", even though "there is an element ...India, US Ask Pakistan to Bring 26/11 Perpetrators to Justice NDTVIndia-Pakistan Tensions Cast Long Shadow Over Obama's Visit Wall Street JournalRajnath Singh credits Narendra Modi for US warning to Pakistan Times of India The Nation  - The Express Tribuneall 145 news articles »
news.google.com 26 Jan 2015 05:42
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ISLAMABAD: The US embassy has dropped a $1.22 million project to save the crumbling Sheikhupura Fort, a cultural heritage site, because of the failure of authorities concerned to make progress to meet the objectives.
www.dawn.com 26 Jan 2015 04:11
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ISLAMABAD: Defence officials said Monday that the United States has assured Pakistan that Tehreek-i-Taliban (TTP) chief Mullah Fazlullah would either be arrested or killed in Afghanistan, adding that in case of an arrest he would be subsequently handed ...
www.bing.com 26 Jan 2015 03:10
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This is a repeat of the “mounting dread” we came across earlier, a second wave of “reverberations” to follow the first lot that came to Pakistan after 9/11. Throughout the essays in this section, Hamid reminds us of the terror and injustice that ...
www.bing.com 26 Jan 2015 03:08
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Identifying terrorism as a major challenge, India and the US yesterday stressed the need for joint and concerted efforts to disrupt terror entities including LeT, D Company and the Haqqani Network and...
ndtv.com.feedsportal.com 26 Jan 2015 02:58
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Indian and Pakistani troops along the Line of Control (LoC) today exchanged sweets at three places in Jammu and Kashmir on the occasion of Republic Day.A unit of 12 Infantry Brigade of the Army exchanged sweets with their Pakistan counterparts at Kaman ...
www.bing.com 26 Jan 2015 02:52
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Indo-US nuclear deal: should Pakistan be concerned?The News InternationalMore than diversion of nuclear materials, Pakistan would be watching out for India's freed up local reserves of natural uranium. These reserves were previously being split between both the civilian as well as the nuclear weapons programme but with the ...and more »
news.google.com 26 Jan 2015 02:03
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New Delhi: US President Barack Obama’s three-day visit to India is of extreme geopolitical significance as the world witnesses convergence in Obama-Modi’s strategic outlook. While the global environment brings the two nations together, Pakistan’s ...
www.bing.com 26 Jan 2015 12:34
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And, India’s neighbours, Pakistan and China, are observing this developing relationship with a hawk’s eye. Here is a look at what leading publications in these two countries have to say about the US president’s visit to India. In its editorial ...
www.bing.com 26 Jan 2015 12:25
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ISLAMABAD: Seven universities from the United States on Saturday participated in a college fair at a local hotel to provide an opportunity to Pakistani students seeking admission in accredited US colleges and universities. This year’s recruiting ...
www.bing.com 25 Jan 2015 10:59
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As one of America's top forensic scientists, Mohammad Tahir uncovered evidence that helped jail boxer Mike Tyson for rape, convict serial killer John Wayne Gacy and clear doctor Sam Sheppard of murdering his wife. Then Tahir took on his toughest assignment ...
www.bing.com 25 Jan 2015 10:27
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ReutersCSI Lahore: US forensics big shot comes home to help PakistanReutersLAHORE, Pakistan (Reuters) - As one of America's top forensic scientists, Mohammad Tahir uncovered evidence that helped jail boxer Mike Tyson for rape, convict serial killer John Wayne Gacy and clear doctor Sam Sheppard of murdering his wife.US forensics big shot comes home to help Pakistan The Express Tribuneall 13 news articles »
news.google.com 25 Jan 2015 10:14
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Wall Street JournalHead of Group Linked to 2008 Mumbai Attacks Speaks at Pakistan RallyWall Street JournalKARACHI, Pakistan—The head of an internationally blacklisted organization that U.S. and Indian authorities link to the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai urged a crowd of several thousand here on Sunday “to take action” with sharply worded criticism of ...Is Pakistan's action against JuD, Hafiz Saeed a cosmetic one? Zee Newsall 13 news articles »
news.google.com 25 Jan 2015 05:45
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Even before US President Barack Obama arrives in India - he is expected to arrive late this morning - Pakistan has already featured in the conversation. In an international norm for such high-profile .....
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India, US ask Pakistan to bring 26/11...Economic TimesNEW DELHI: Identifying terrorism as a major challenge, India and the US today stressed the need for joint and concerted efforts to disrupt terror entities including LeT, D Company and the Haqqani Network and asked Pakistan to bring the perpetrators of ...
news.google.com 25 Jan 2015 04:45
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ISLAMABAD: As Indian pageantry welcomed the US president on his second visit to New Delhi, Pakistan expressed hope that President Barrack Obama’s visit would help reduce tension in South Asia. These sentiments were expressed by Prime Minister’s Adviser ...
www.bing.com 25 Jan 2015 01:36
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India TodayAmid India-US bonhomie, Pak Army Chief visits BeijingIndia TodayPakistan's Army Chief General Raheel Sharif. Photo: ReutersJust as India and the United States were on Sunday announcing a deepening of defence and security ties, Pakistan's Army Chief General Raheel Sharif met with the People's Liberation Army's top ...Pakistan's army chief visits China as US and India bond Daily MailPakistan, China are strategic partners, iron brothers: Chinese General OneindiaBeijing trip: Pakistan, China to enhance defence ties The Express Tribune Zee Newsall 59 news articles »
news.google.com 25 Jan 2015 01:13
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'A three generation US-Pakistan relationship is not likely to be snapped any time soon. All this presents an irritant to an India that wishes to concentrate on economic development,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).
www.rediff.com 25 Jan 2015 06:15
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United States needs to deal more forthrightly with Pakistan: US dailyEconomic TimesWASHINGTON: India and Pakistan cannot achieve a deep and strategic partnership until the US deals more forthrightly with Pakistan, an American media report said today as President Barack Obama leaves on a three day visit to India to attend Republic Day ...
news.google.com 25 Jan 2015 04:30
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Kolkata, Jan 24 (IANS) America's loss of interest in Pakistan was a boon, according to historian Ayesha Jalal who Saturday said encouraging signs were there for democracy to return and thrive in the country often described as a "failed state". Delivering the 125th Sarat Chandra Bose Anniversary lecture here, the Pakistan-American historian also called for giving time to Pakistan to become a ...
en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com 24 Jan 2015 02:30
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Telegraph.co.ukFix the Link to Pakistan, Bond With IndiaNew York TimesThat may be true. But they cannot achieve a deep and strategic partnership until the United States deals more forthrightly with Pakistan, New Delhi's neighbor and nemesis. In other words, Washington must do more to address India's anxieties about Pakistan.Barack Obama warns Pakistan: Shut down terrorist safe havens Telegraph.co.ukRelations with India, Pakistan not at expense of each other: US IBNLiveUS relationship with Pakistan 'incredibly important': White House The News International RadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyall 5,729 news articles »
news.google.com 24 Jan 2015 04:30
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WASHINGTON: On the eve of President Barack Obama's visit to New Delhi, the White House has described the US-Pakistan relationship as "incredibly important" to shared security and emphasized that United States' relations with Pakistan and India are not at expense of the other.
www.brecorder.com 23 Jan 2015 03:50
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The US asked Pakistan to prevent terrorist activity along the Indian border during the upcoming Indian visit of the US President Obama.
rss.feedsportal.com 22 Jan 2015 07:58
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New York TimesUS-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue Joint StatementUS Department of State (press release)Pakistan Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met in Islamabad on January 13, 2015, for the fifth Ministerial level Pakistan-U.S. Strategic Dialogue. The last ...Kerry Vows Aid for Displaced Pakistanis New York TimesUS: Pakistan Willing to Attack Taliban, Haqqani Militants Voice of AmericaWhy Pakistan will remain a key US ally Deutsche Welle Reuters  - Yahoo News  - ABC Newsall 1,730 news articles »
news.google.com 13 Jan 2015 01:38
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