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Minimum nuclear deterrence remains Pakistan’s guiding principle: Sartaj Aziz

May 03, 2016

Minimum nuclear deterrence remains Pakistan’s guiding principle: Sartaj Aziz

Islamabad: Pakistan would maintain minimum nuclear deterrence for balancing the strategic stability in South Asia, Prime Minister's advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Azi
Only 3.81% Indians pay Income Tax; Maharashtra, Delhi Pay 53%

May 03, 2016

Only 3.81% Indians pay Income Tax; Maharashtra, Delhi Pay 53%

="">Only 27 percent of Indian women participate in the labour force, the second-lowest rate in South Asia after Pakistan; India could boost its gross domestic product or GDP b
Qatar investigates death at World Cup site as labour rights under scrutiny | Reuters

May 01, 2016

Qatar investigates death at World Cup site as labour rights under scrutiny | Reuters

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Qatar's Supreme Committee says there have been no work-related fatalities on World Cup sites, but law firm DLA Piper, in a review for the government in 2013, found evidence of dozens of wor

India’s ghost airports await their saviour; 25 new hubs and not a single flight takes off

May 01, 2016

India’s ghost airports await their saviour; 25 new hubs and not a single flight takes off

state so that airlines find it viable to operate flights there and again, partly in the hope that airlines will get smaller aircraft to operate on these routes.Aviation consultancy CAPA South #Supreme Court
1000 words: Rare photos on view in 'Legacy of Photojournalism — The Deepak Puri Collection'

Apr 30, 2016

1000 words: Rare photos on view in 'Legacy of Photojournalism — The Deepak Puri Collection'

In early 2015, the esteemed former general manager and iconic photo editor of the Time- Life News Service’s South Asia bureau, Deepak Puri, donated his historic collection of
We are concerned about potential Islamic State spurt in Bangladesh: US

Apr 29, 2016

We are concerned about potential Islamic State spurt in Bangladesh: US

reducing poverty and raising life expectancy among its 160 million people."Bangladesh has always been this country that we have upheld as a model Muslim democracy and that seems to be falling apart
India only interested in talking about terrorism, says Pakistan's UN ambassador

Apr 29, 2016

India only interested in talking about terrorism, says Pakistan's UN ambassador

faculty at the Harvard Kennedy School in Cambridge on 25 April as part of 'South Asia Week' being held at the institution and talked about Pakistan's role in regional stability.Ac
Australia and PNG at loggerheads over fate of asylum seekers | Reuters

Apr 29, 2016

Australia and PNG at loggerheads over fate of asylum seekers | Reuters

loggerheads, with each saying responsibility for the detainees' welfare rests with the other.

The closure of the Manus Island facility, which holds refugees fleeing violence in the

PM Modi invited to address joint meeting of US Congress on 8 June

Apr 28, 2016

PM Modi invited to address joint meeting of US Congress on 8 June

an Affiliate at the Belfer Center's India and South Asia Program at Harvard University, said, "an invitation to Prime Minister Modi to address a Joint Meeting of Congress is signific