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Waqar, Muralitharan to train Bengal's upcoming bowlers
Kolkata, March 10 : The Cricket Association of Bengal Monday roped in Pakistani pace legend Waqar Younis and former Sri Lankan spin expert Muttiah Muralitharan as bowling consultants for three years.
Pak shifts focus to World T20 following Asia Cup loss
Islamabad, Mar. 10 : Pakistan reportedly shifts focus to the upcoming World Twenty20 following the Asia Cup loss to Sri Lanka as a result of Pakistan's failed bowling attack despite speculations over the team's fragile batting line ahead of the tournament.
Pak govt admits 'all inclusive' agreement may not be possible with ...
Islamabad, Mar. 10 : The Pakistan Government is quietly pushing for peace deals with individual militant groups.
AAP main hurdle to BJP victory: Pakistani daily
Islamabad, March 10 : With its recent success in Delhi and message of anti-corruption that has excited voters in geographically diverse urban areas, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is now seen as the main hurdle to a BJP victory in the upcoming general elections in India, a leading Pakistani daily said ...
Pakistan PM announces financial aid for drought-hit area
Islamabad, March 10 : Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Monday announced a Pakistani Rs.1 billion (around $9.82 million) aid package for the drought-affected people of Tharparkar district in the country's Sindh province.
The other Pakistan - that is different, yet like us!
By Shilpa Raina : For anyone living either in India or Pakistan, even the faint prospect of travelling to the other side is no less than a lifetime's opportunity. The strained sub-continental relations have however resulted in strict visa procedures, turning dreams into distant desires.
UP: Kashmiri students to return to college
Lucknow, Mar 10 : The 67 Kashmiri students, who were booked for cheering for Pakistan in a cricket match against India, is all set to return to their university in Uttar Pradesh.
Art of Living says centre vandalised in Pakistan
Bangalore, March 9 : The Art of Living (AoL) centre near Pakistan's capital Islamabad has been vandalised by unidentified gunmen, the city-based humanitarian and educational non-government organisation said Sunday.
Politician gunned down in Pakistan
Islamabad, March 9 : A local leader of the Balochistan National Party (BNP) and his bodyguard were gunned down in Pakistan's Balochistan province Sunday.
Jadeja jumps to 5th in ICC bowlers rankings
Dubai, March 9 : All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja of India was the biggest mover in the One-Day International (ODI) bowlers' rankings, jumping four places to fifth while Pakistani spinner Saeed Ajmal continues to lead the rankings released by the International Cricket Council (ICC) here Sunday.
Malala urges teens not to use Facebook to get likes but to highlight ...
Islamabad, March 9 : Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai has reportedly asked teenagers to stop using social media to post pictures and get 'likes', instead the 16 year old has advised them to start using it to highlight women's issues.
Do not mix religion with sports: Atul Anjan
New Delhi, March 9, : Communist Party of India (CPI) leader Atul Anjan on Sunday cautioned the young students from the minority community not to praise Pakistan blindly before checking the facts in that country.
Pakistani fashion retailers eye e-commerce to woo Indian markets
By Shilpa Raina, Karachi, March 9 : Pakistan might not yet have granted India the long-promised most favoured nation (MFN) status but that hasn't dampened the enthusiasm of fashion-retail chains here who view e-commerce as a means of fostering cross-border business and penetrating new global ...
Pak finance minister, army chief agree to increase defence budget
Islamabad, Mar. 9 : Pakistan's Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif have agreed to increase the country's defence budget from 15 to 20 percent for the coming fiscal year.
Sri Lanka wins fifth Asia Cup title following five-wicket win over Pak
Johannesburg, Mar 9 : Sri Lanka has won their fifth Asia Cup title by beating defending champions Pakistan by five wickets on Saturday in the finals at Dhaka.
Sri Lanka beat Pakistan to lift Asia Cup
Mirpur, Mar 8 : Sri Lanka's Lahiru Thirimanne smashed a gutsy 101 and Mahela Jayawardene hit 75 as they helped their side beat Pakistan by five wickets to lift the Asia Cup here on Saturday.
US group preserves fading memories of 1947 partition
By Arun Kumar, Washington, March 9 : Thousands of people from across the world have rallied to collect the moving stories of one of the greatest migrations after South Asia's 1947 violent partition and the birth of two nations -- India and Pakistan.
Sri Lanka beat Pakistan, clinch Asia Cup
Mirpur (Bangladesh), March 8 : Lahiru Thirimanne's well-constructed century guided Sri Lanka to the Asia Cup title Saturday, drubbing defending champions Pakistan by five wickets in the final at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium here Saturday.
Pakistan devising new security strategy to counter cyber attacks
Islamabad, March 8 : Pakistan is reportedly devising a cyber security strategy to counter cyber attacks or infiltration from other countries.
Pak army will not be part of govt peace committee to facilitate ...
Islamabad, March 8 : The Pakistan military will reportedly not join the new government peace committee, which is to be formed by the country's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, to facilitate direct talks with the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), officials said.
Pak hacker defaces Indian university website for suspending Kashmiri ...
Islamabad, Mar. 08 : A Pakistani hacker has reportedly defaced the website of an Indian university that recently suspended 67 Kashmiri students over their alleged support to Pakistan cricket team in their Asia Cup match against India.
Serious concerns about terrorism in Pakistan: Foreign secretary
New Delhi, March 8 : India has serious concerns about terrorism in Pakistan and there were "harsh realities" in that country which need to be recognized, Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh said Saturday.
Pakistan military says Afghan forces fired 25 mortar rounds
Islamabad, March 8 : Pakistan's military says that Afghan security forces fired over two dozen mortars into its territory Saturday but no one was hurt.
Alam's maiden ton powers Pakistan to 260/5
Mirpur (Bangladesh), March 8 : Fawad Alam's maiden hundred powered Pakistan to 260 for five against Sri Lanka in the final of the Asia Cup at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium here Saturday.
'Sedition' case reflects growing intolerance in India: Pakistani daily
Islamabad, March 8 : The recent episode in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, where 67 Kashmiri students were suspended from college for three days after they cheered Pakistan's victory over India at an Asia Cup cricket match reflects the growing intolerance in India, a leading daily in Pakistan said Saturday.
Pakistani actress Sana Khan dies in road accident
Islamabad, March 8 : Pakistani actress Sana Khan has died in an accident near Looni Kot, around 30 km off Hyderabad, a media report said.
India ticks off Pakistan's offer of admission to expelled Kashmiri ...
New Delhi, Mar. 7 : India ticked off Pakistan's offer of admission to the Kashmiri students expelled by a university in Meerut when they were caught celebrating Pakistan's win over India in cricket, saying that those who live in glass houses should not throw stones at others.
Prestigious human rights award for Pakistani women's group
London, March 7 : A Pakistani women's rights group was conferred a top human rights award in Ireland Friday for its work in the terror-dominated tribal region of Pakistan.
Kashmiri students case: Clashes during protests, JKLF chief held
Srinagar, March 7 : Sporadic clashes occurred Friday at some places in the Kashmir Valley over expulsion and police action against Kashmiri students in Uttar Pradesh's Meerut after they allegedly celebrated the Pakistan cricket team's victory over India during an Asia Cup match in Dhaka.
India dismisses Pakistan's offer to Kashmiri students
New Delhi, March 7 : India Friday dismissed Pakistan's offer to Kashmiri students, who had been booked in Uttar Pradesh's Meerut city for celebrating Pakistan's victory over India in a cricket match, that they could pursue their studies in that country.