Articles tagged under: Pakisan

Salman Khan talks nonsense: Shiv Sena on actor’s remarks favoring Pakistan actors

October 01, 2016

Panaji: The Shiv Sena today slammed Salman Khan for coming out in support of Pakistani actors working in India, saying the actor keeps on talking "nonsense" as none from his family had laid their lives down for the country. "No one from his (Salman's) family has died for the country and hence, he keeps on talking nonsense. Even if you take a protest march to his house, it will not work and he will continue to talk so," Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut told a press conference here. He said the ac...Read More

China to give USD 5.5 billion for Pakistan’s main rail link

September 30, 2016

Islamabad: China will provide a whopping USD 5.5 billion to Pakistan for the expansion and renovation of its main rail link connecting Peshawar and Karachi as part of the investment under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, media reports said on Friday. Out of the total cost of USD eight billion for the ML-I (Peshawar-Karachi) railway project connecting the country's north and south, China will provide USD 5.5 billion in a concessionary loan at an interest rate of less than two per cent, sa...Read More

Video: Sushma Swaraj speaks to media over Indo-Pak NSA talks

August 23, 2015

New Delhi External Affairs Minister smt Sushma Swaraj today addressed the media and held interaction over Indo-Pak National Security Advisor(NSA) talk. - DeshGujaratRead More

Pakistan calling off NSA talks unfortunate:India

August 22, 2015

New Delhi India tonight described as unfortunate Pakistan's decision to call of the Indo-Pak NSA-level talks, asserting that it did not set any "pre-conditions" as stated by that country. External Affairs Minister Spokesperson Vikas Swarup while reacting to Pakistan's decision said India only reiterated that Islamabad respect the spirit of the Shimla and Ufa Agreements to which it was already committed. "Pakistan's decision is unfortunate. India did not set any preconditions." "W...Read More

Pakistani terrorist sent to NIA custody for 14 days

August 11, 2015

Jammu Captured Pakistani terrorist Mohd Naved Yakub was today remanded in NIA custody for 14 days by a court here to enable the probe agency to identify other culprits involved in the Udhampur terror attack last week that left two BSF personnel dead. Naved, a Lashkar-e-Toiba militant, was brought to Jammu amid tight security last evening as security agencies feared that the LeT may try to target him. He was produced before the NIA court early this morning, official sources said. Arguing...Read More

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