Pakistan deplores Indian allegations over Uri attack

Islamabad, Sep 18 : Pakistan on Sunday “strongly” rejected Indian allegations regarding attack on an army camp in Uri district of Jammu and Kashmir, which left 17 soldiers dead.
Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said the “Indian allegations against Pakistan are totally baseless and irresponsible,” a PTV report said. He said…

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Sushma to extend stranded UK couple's Indian visa

 

Mumbai, Sep 19: Five days after offering help to a stranded British couple in Mumbai, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj asked the UK government when they would issue the passport for their infant daughter of about five-months.
In the meantime, she assured that the Indian government would extend…

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Indian, Nepalese security interests inter-linked

New Delhi, Sep 16 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said India and Nepal have a “time tested” and unique friendship and their security interests are inter-linked.
“Our friendship is time-tested and unique. We share our burden during difficult times, just as we celebrate each other’s achievements…

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Global movement against animal abuse from September 18

New Delhi, Sep 16 : Thousands of people from across the world have decided to launch a movement against animal abuse in over 60 cities across the globe on Sunday.
India Unites For Animals (IUFA), a citizens’ initiative, said in a release here the movement is being launched to achieve an…

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India accuses UN of letting Taliban leader off the hook

United Nations, Sep 15 : Demanding that the Security Council find ways to reverse the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan, India has accused the UN committee on Taliban of allowing the terror group’s leader Mawlawi Haibatullah Akhundzada to escape responsibility.

Criticising the functioning of the Council’s committee that was supposed…

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