Karachi, Feb 8, Intikhab Alam’s future as Pakistan coach is doubtful after he was ignored for a brief tour of Dubai where the team will play two Twenty20 Internationals against England later this month.
New Delhi, Feb 8, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L.K. Advani Monday asked aloud if the government’s decision to start foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan was the “upshot of a powerful nudge from Washington”.
Kathmandu, Feb 6, While the ground-breaking meeting of the home ministers of SAARC to be held in Pakistan has been postponed at Nepal’s request, the Himalayan republic has, however, sent its home minister to China as per schedule.
Islamabad, Feb 5, Kashmiris in Pakistan and Pakistan-administered Kashmir Friday observed Kashmir Solidarity Day Friday to express their solidarity with the people of Kashmir.
Islamabad, Feb 5, Pakistan Friday termed the Indian offer of foreign secretary-level talks a “positive development” and said it had sought clarifications on the agenda for discussions. It also reiterated that terrorism could not alone be the topic for the dialogue.
Feb 4, 2010 (Sampurn Wire): Kanan Malhotra, the actor who is making his debut in Bollywood was nursing a passion for acting since childhood. Active since early in school plays Kanan never missed a chance to perform, a professional tabla player, he has trained under the guidance of guru Salim Khan ji from Delhi. Realizing his passion to enter the glamour world Kanan did television commercials and has more than 25 ads to his credit; also he honed his acting skills in a regional language film. Now he is all set to mark his Bollywood entry with ‘Phaans – Ek Jasoos Ki Kahani’, in an interview he speaks about his experiences and more…
Washington, Feb 5, The United States has welcomed India’s offer to Pakistan to resume official level talks, saying a dialogue among India, Pakistan and Afghanistan was a key component of achieving a stable region.
New Delhi, Feb 4, Signalling a thaw in bilateral ties, India has sent a formal proposal to Pakistan for talks between the foreign secretaries of the two countries and stressed that it will carry on these discussions with “an open and positive mind”.
Islamabad, Feb 4, A day after India indicated its willingness to resume the dialogue with Pakistan, the foreign office said it would not accept anything short of the full resumption of the composite dialogue that New Delhi froze in the wake of the 26/11 Mumbai terror strikes.
Washington, Feb 3, Pakistan’s conviction that militant groups are strategically useful to counter India are not only hampering the fight against terrorism but also helping Al Qaeda sustain its safe haven, says the US intelligence community.