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Pakistani boy loses arms after row with landowner over cows

The landowner’s son beat up the boy, tied up his hands and then threw him onto a well.

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Foreign secys talk, Sujatha Singh to travel to Pak on Aug 25

The two leaders had a ‘constructive’ bilateral meeting for 45 minutes, a day after the ceremony.


Pakistan set to hand over seized fishing boats to India

Pakistan PM Nawaz Shariff instructs govt to handover seized fishing boats to India.


Pakistani Rangers target BSF post, cause panic among villagers

The BSF attribute incidents of unprovoked firing by Pakistan to attempts aimed at pushing terrorists into India.


Pakistan violates ceasefire thrice in Poonch in 24 hours

This is the third ceasefire violation by Pak rangers in just two days and fifth in the month of July.


US drone attack kills 20 in northwestern Pakistan

The unmanned aircraft targeted a suspected hideout of militants in Datakhel area of the district.


Sense of an ending

Mahela Jayawardene’s farewell party begins even as South Africa get ready for a new era under Hashim Amla.


Hafiz-Vaidik Meeting: Congress sees PMO ‘link’, tells it to come clean

BJP and RSS both appeared disapproving of Vaidik’s move with RSS leader V Satish tweeting his disapproval.


New Yet Familiar

The recently-launched channel Zindagi has allowed the Indian audience to reconnect with Pakistani TV content.


Pak says never accepted Kashmir’s accession to India

India’s stand is that UNMOGIP’s role has been overtaken by the Simla Agreement.

India to corner Pak on JuD, to seek US help

India will also write to the US to share with it any other information about the activities of JuD that they have not put out in the public domain.

Nine more Pak prisoners released from Indian jails

On May 26, as a goodwill gesture, Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif had directed that 151 Indian prisoners (1 civil and 150 fishermen) be released.


Kashmir is a ‘disputed territory’: Pakistan

Pakistan’s contention has been rejected by India which has asserted that J&K is its integral part.


Fading of the strongman

Altaf Hussain is no longer the figure he was. Yet, the MQM draws support because its alternative is the Taliban.


Boost for trade across LoC, phone lines to open for traders

To boost cross-LoC commerce, the government plans to increase the number of tradeable items, officials said.