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Unremitting Bloodshed In Afghanistan: No End In Sight – Analysis

By S. Binodkumar Singh* On February 8, 2017, six employees of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) were shot dead by terrorists of the Islamic State (IS) aka Daesh in the Qushtapa..
Eurasia Review

India Boosts Non-Proliferation Anti-Terrorism Credentials – Analysis

By Nilova Roy Chaudhury* Repeatedly thwarted by China from gaining entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), India has moved to remind the world about its strong anti-nuclear proliferation..
Eurasia Review

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News video: Shrine to Islamist murderer reveals Pakistan's challenges

Shrine to Islamist murderer reveals Pakistan's challenges 02:56

Pakistan renews its vow to root out extremism after a fresh wave of attacks, but a rose-covered shrine in Islamabad built by radicals to glorify an Islamist murderer sends a different message.
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News video: SCHOLARS UNHAPPY OVER PAK-BAN IN SOUTH ASIAN LIT-FEST

SCHOLARS UNHAPPY OVER PAK-BAN IN SOUTH ASIAN LIT-FEST 02:56

Distinguished scholars like that of Rajmohan Gandhi, Ashis Nandy and Ajeet Cour expressed their helplessness in not being able to bond with our not-so-friendly neighbour Pakistan.
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News video: South Asian Lit Fest Bridging Fosses Between Neighbours

South Asian Lit Fest Bridging Fosses Between Neighbours 03:26

South Asian Literature Fest, 2017 organised under the South Asian Association of Regional Countries (SAARC) was inaugurated in New Delhi. All SAARC nations except Pakistan marked their presence.
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News video: Rihanna Named Harvard's 2017 Humanitarian Of The Year

Rihanna Named Harvard's 2017 Humanitarian Of The Year 00:35

Rihanna has been named the 2017 Harvard University Humanitarian of the Year. She created the Clara and Lionel Foundation Scholarship Program — named for her grandparents — for students attending..
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News video: Homeland Security Intel Report: Trump's Travel Ban Premise Flawed

Homeland Security Intel Report: Trump's Travel Ban Premise Flawed 01:11

It appears that the Department of Homeland Security doesn't agree that banning Muslims from seven particular countries will have any effect whatsoever on terrorism. According to BuzzFeed News, a..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

 

Gurmehar Kaur row: Javed Akhtar hits out Kiren Rijiju, says 'Mr Minister, I know who is polluting your mind'

Renowned lyricist Javed Akhtar on Tuesday hit out at Union Minister of State (MoS) for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju, without taking his name, for asking who was polluting Kargil martyr daughter's..
DNA

Weighing In On Pakistan-US Strategic Dialogue: Is It Happening? – OpEd

States usually conduct ‘strategic dialogues to conduct regular, high level, comprehensive and forward looking exchanges on wide ranges of issues’. Pakistan and United States last year recommenced..
Eurasia Review

After Virender Sehwag, wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt trolls Kargil martyr&#039;s daughter

Yogeshwar Dutt took to Twitter to share a meme which clearly expressed that he was trying to poke fun at Gurmehar Kaur for her “Pakistan did not kill my dad, war killed him” remark.
Zee News

Pakistan turning to coal for energy leaves Sindh locals in tears


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Pakistan Super League final to be held in Lahore


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Four debutants named for Black Sticks Men

New Vantage Black Sticks Mens head coach Darren Smith has named a young and exciting team to take on Pakistan in Wellington and Wairarapa next month.Four players will suit up for the first time with..
New Zealand Herald

Carmakers eye production in growing Pakistan market

Surging sales and improving security lure companies such as Renault and Hyundai
FT.com

Pakinstani teenager wows his friends with bendy shoulders

pakinstani teenager wows his friends with bendy shoulders
Abdullah Shah, 17, wows friends and family in Lahore, Pakistan, by dislocating his shoulders and then bending his arms to wrap them around his body.
MailOnline

Pakistan confirms seven extra passengers carried on fully booked flight

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan International Airlines confirmed on Monday that it had carried seven passengers more than the maximum on an international flight and had launched disciplinary measures..
Reuters

Virender Sehwag: Former India cricketer 'trolls' student

Virender Sehwag criticised for "bullying" after response to a student tweeting about Pakistan.
BBC News

Indian cricket legend Sehwag accused of 'bullying' student

indian cricket legend sehwag accused of 'bullying' student
Virender Sehwag criticised for "bullying" after response to a student tweeting about Pakistan.
BBC Sport

Senior Taliban commander killed in northern Afghanistan air strike

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - After having been declared dead several times in the past, a senior Taliban commander has been killed in an air strike in northern Afghanistan, officials of the militant..
Reuters

Pakistan airline admits taking extra passengers in aisle

pakistan airline admits taking extra passengers in aisle
The airline admits that that seven extra passengers stood in the aisle from Karachi to Saudi Arabia.
BBC News

Pakistan blast that killed 10 probably a gas explosion, officials say

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani officials on Friday said a blast that killed 10 people at a shopping center in the eastern city of Lahore was most probably an accident caused by a gas leak, not a bomb,..
Reuters

Spot-fixer agent Mazhar Majeed advising David Haye   

spot-fixer agent mazhar majeed advising david haye   
CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: Disgraced cricket agent Mazhar Majeed, who was jailed for his lead role in the Pakistan spot-fixing scandal, is now advising boxer David Haye.
MailOnline

Islamist extremists kill at least eight and injure 28

islamist extremists kill at least eight and injure 28
The blast, the second to hit the provincial capital this month, crumpled cars and sent panic rippling through the city after a wave of attacks across Pakistan killed more than 130 people.
MailOnline

As Theresa May talked tough on terror, Jamal al-Harith was allowed slip out of the country

Analysis: Harith, with his background of time spent in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and his supposed knowledge about the Taliban – information that the American authorities claim he traded in return for..
Independent

British ISIS bomber was tourted by Taliban in Afghan jail

british isis bomber was tourted by taliban in afghan jail
Jamal al-Harith, from Manchester, had flown to Pakistan after the 9/11 attacks and spent time in a Taliban jail in 2001 before American forces took him to the notorious detention centre in the..
MailOnline


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