Death toll in Pakistan hospital blast rises to 93

Death toll in Pakistan hospital blast rises to 93

Islamabad ,August 8 (NIA): The death toll in the blast at a hospital in Quetta in Balochistan province of Pakistan on Monday, had risen to 93 by evening, the India Abroad News Service (IANS) reported quoting officials. A deafening blast ripped through scores of mourners in the 93, mainly lawyers, in this year's bloodiest terror attack in Pakistan. Balochistan Health...

Pakistan seeks US, Afghan help to recue helicopter crew

Pakistan seeks US, Afghan help to recue helicopter crew

Aug 6 (NIA) - Pakistan has sought help from the US and Afghan government to ensure the safe return of the crew of a Pakistani helicopter that crash-landed in a lawless region of Afghanistan and is being held by the Taliban. An MI-17 helicopter owned by Punjab provincial government was on its way to Russia for routine maintenance when it...

Hopes of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh jointly fighting terrorism crumble at SAARC conclave

Hopes of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh jointly fighting terrorism crumble at SAARC conclave

Islamabad, August 5 (NIA): Hopes that the SAARC Home Ministers’ conference held here on August 3 and 4 would enable India, Pakistan and Bangladesh to jointly fight terrorism, were dashed when the Bangladeshi Home Minister opted out of the conference in protest against Pakistan’s alleged role in fomenting Islamic terrorism in his country, and the Indian and Pakistani Home ministers...

Waqar Younis “regrets” issues he had with Wasim Akram

Waqar Younis “regrets” issues he had with Wasim Akram

Former Pakistan captain Waqar Younis has expressed regret at the strained relationship he shared with Wasim Akram during their playing days. Speaking on the fifth episode of ESPNcricinfo Talking Cricket to be aired on August 5 night India time on Sony ESPN, Waqar said the "issues" between them didn't help the team's cause. "I am really good friends with Wasim bhai, he has always been...

“One country’s terrorist cannot be another’s freedom fighter or martyr,” says India’s Home Minister

“One country’s terrorist cannot be another’s freedom fighter or martyr,” says India’s Home Minister

Islamabad, August 4 (NIA): Deprecating the tendency to glorify terrorists as freedom fighters and martyrs only to gain political advantage, India’s Home Minister Rajnath Singh told a conference of Home Ministers of SAARC countries here on Thursday, that one country’s terrorist cannot be another’s martyr or freedom fighter. "One country's terrorist cannot be a martyr or freedom fighter for anyone....

Pakistan Asks UNHRC To Send Fact-Finding Team To Troubled Kashmir

Kashmir police register murder case against Indian Security Forces

Srinagar, August 4 (NIA): The Kashmir state police on Wednesday registered a case of murder against the Indian security forces following the death of a youthful demonstrator due to injuries inflicted by pellet guns. While over a hundred have been injured in the eye by pellets, this is the third reported case of death due to pellet injuries. Greater Kashmir...

Are India and Pakistan reaching out to each other on Kashmir?

Are India and Pakistan reaching out to each other on Kashmir?

Srinagar, August 4 (NIA): Even as unrest continued in Kashmir for the 26 th day on Wednesday, with the local police filing a murder case against the Indian Security Forces for killing a youth with pellet guns being a new development, there are indications that India and Pakistan are reaching out to each other to defuse the crisis which has...

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