India to make fresh bid to label JeM chief Azhar Masood a global terrorist

India to make fresh bid to label JeM chief Azhar Masood a global terrorist

Indian government is likely to make a fresh bid to label Jaish-e-Mohammad mentor Maulana Masood Azhar as a global terrorist.

Skipper`s `Pass`: Dhoni arranges final ticket for Pak fan

There is one thing about Mahendra Singh Dhoni that even his staunch critics will applaud.

India-Pak should shed their `old baggage`: Pak Foreign Minister

Former Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar on Wednesday said India and Pakistan should shed their "old baggage" as she made a strong pitch for resumption of Indo-Pak dialogue process.

India, Pak sign three agreements to facilitate bilateral trade

India and Pakistan today signed three agreements to facilitate bilateral trade even as New Delhi offered to supply 100 railway locomotives and help set up thermal or hydroelectric power plants of up to 2,000 MW.

Indo-Pak exploring ways to enhance telecom, air linkages

India and Pakistan are exploring possibilities to enhance telecommunication and air linkages to boost bilateral ties and trade.

India to supply 500MW of power to Pakistan: Water Resource Sec

India will supply 500 megawatts of electricity to Pakistan for which the transmission lines are being laid, Water Resources Secretary Dhruv Vijay Singh said Monday.

Pak working on 'revolutionary' steps to import Indian gas: PM

Besides India, Pakistan is signing agreements for gas with Qatar and Iran.

India has offered to build pipeline to Wagah border: Report

The offer was made during talks on Monday between a visiting Indian delegation led by P Kalyanasundaram, Director (international cooperation) in the Petroleum Ministry, and a Pakistani team headed by Joint Secretary Shabbir Ahmed of the Petroleum Ministry.

India-Pak trade declines 30% to $1.56 bn in Apr-Jan FY'12

During the same period of 2010-11 fiscal, the bilateral trade was USD 2.22 billion, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Jyotiraditya Scindia said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha.

Opening Wagah-Attari border would save time for tea export to Pak: UPASI

Opening of Wagah-Attari border would be ideal route for tea export to Pakistan, which would save considerable time, United Planters Association of South India has said.

India-Pak Joint Committee to visit Tihar jail

The India-Pakistan Joint Judicial
Committee of Prisoners is expected to visit Tihar, Jaipur and
Amritsar jails later this month.

India-Pak human chain to protest Mumbai blasts

Several Indian and Pakistani citizens Saturday gathered near Rajghat here.

Pak allows India to question 26/11 suspects

Both nations also decided to set up a hotline for info sharing with respect to terror threats.

Army to celebrate Basantar victory in 1971 war

The Army will celebrate its
hard-won victory in a tank battle at Basantar during the 1971
Indo-Pak war for two days beginning tomorrow at Mathura.

Abdullah for resumption of dialogue between India, Pak

Pressing for resumption of
dialogue between India and Pakistan, Union Minister Farooq
Abdullah today said it is "imperative" for everlasting peace
in the sub-continent.

Harpoon modifications threatens India-Pak ties: US

The illegal modifications in the anti-ship Harpoon missiles is a provocative and destabilising action by Islamabad and threatenes the "delicate" India-Pakistan ties, an influential US lawmaker has said.

India, Pak leaders should build bridges and not walls: Gilani

The political leaders of India
and Pakistan should build "bridges and not walls" as talks are
the only way forward for the two neighbouring countries, Prime
Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said on Friday.

Pak naming India to divert attention: Baloch leader

A senior Baloch leader has said Pak is using India’s name to divert attention from real issues in Balochistan.