New Delhi, Dec 18, India will take up with Pakistan the reported transfer of 150 acres of gurdwara land in Lahore for a military housing project, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna said Friday.
Washington, Dec 18, Amid rumours of a possible coup, the United States hopes that whatever the fallout of the withdrawal of an amnesty protecting Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, the country’s leaders would act in a constitutional manner. Washington believes that the situation in Pakistan is “serious” and the return of stability would take time.
Islamabad, Dec 18, Pakistan Defence Minister Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar was Thursday stopped from leaving the country at the airport here, a media report said.
Washington, Dec 18, Pakistan has been holding up visas for US officials and contractors and continued delays could have an “impact” on the effectiveness of aid programmes in the country, the US State Department said Thursday.
New Delhi, Dec 17, India’s hockey captain Rajpal Singh believes the team can draw a lot of positives from their Champions Challenge campaign that will help them in their preparation for the upcoming World Cup at home.
Washington, Dec 17,Pakistani-American David Coleman Headley, a key suspect in the Mumbai terror assault that left 166 people dead, used sophisticated tactics of terrorist tradecraft like code language and “electronic dead drops” and called a terror plot the Mickey Mouse Project.
Washington, Dec 17,David Headley, the Pakistani American who is at the centre of an unravelling terror conspiracy, used sophisticated tactics of terrorist tradecraft like code language and “electronic dead drops” to disguise the true objective of his work, according to Stratfor that calls itself the world’s leading online publisher of geopolitical intelligence.
Lahore, Dec 17,Lawyers in this Pakistani city have hailed the Supreme Court ruling declaring the National Reconciliation Order (NRO) null and void as a landmark judgement and demanded that President Asif Ali Zardari step down from his post.
New Delhi, Dec 17, Left and BJP MPs in the Rajya Sabha Thursday sought a clarification from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on the cooperation being provided by the US in unravelling the alleged involvement of Pakistan American David Coleman Headley in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.