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US imposes visa sanctions on three Pakistan ministry officials following row over deportees
World

US imposes visa sanctions on three Pakistan ministry officials following row over deportees

The sanctions on the officials have been put in place after a row between Pakistan and America over the deportation of dozens of Pakistanis, currently in the US, because of visa overstay and other allegations, it said

Remembering René Clément’s take on The Talented Mr. Ripley and his documentarian eye for detail
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Remembering René Clément’s take on The Talented Mr. Ripley and his documentarian eye for detail

Clément’s version of The Talented Mr Ripley, released in 1960, was called Purple Noon, though its French title, Plein soleil (full sun), is far more descriptive of the film’s technique

Sushma Swaraj assures medical visa to Pakistani donor for patient seeking kidney in New Delhi
India

Sushma Swaraj assures medical visa to Pakistani donor for patient seeking kidney in New Delhi

India on Friday assured a medical visa to another Pakistani national who is seeking to donate a kidney to a fellow national undergoing treatment at a hospital.

Sushma Swaraj at UNGA: External affairs minister calls for early start to negotiations for UNSC reforms
India

Sushma Swaraj at UNGA: External affairs minister calls for early start to negotiations for UNSC reforms

India Saturday called for an early start to text-based negotiations for UN Security Council reforms with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj expressing hope that a revamp of its top organ will be a "priority" for the world body

Pakistan accuses India of committing more than 600 ceasefire violations, resulting in 34 civilian deaths
India

Pakistan accuses India of committing more than 600 ceasefire violations, resulting in 34 civilian deaths

Pakistan Thursday accused India of committing more than 600 ceasefire violations in 2017, which resulted in the killing of over 34 Pakistani civilians

India denies visa to Pakistani woman seeking cancer treatment, cites border tensions
World

India denies visa to Pakistani woman seeking cancer treatment, cites border tensions

A 25-year-old Pakistani woman suffering from cancer has been caught in the India-Pakistan rivalry as her medical visa application has been rejected by the Indian embassy in Islamabad

Demonetisation has been one of the most 'disruptive experiments,' says report in US magazine
India

Demonetisation has been one of the most 'disruptive experiments,' says report in US magazine

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "grand gesture" of demonetisation has proved to be one of the most "disruptive experiments" in recent economic history.

Pakistan is a 'chronic disease', India trying to contain it, says Union minister Hansraj Ahir
India

Pakistan is a 'chronic disease', India trying to contain it, says Union minister Hansraj Ahir

: Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir on Thursday said Pakistan is like a "chronic disease" which the government is trying to contain.

Nawaz Sharif to attend SCO summit in Kazakhstan, but talks with Narendra Modi unlikely
World

Nawaz Sharif to attend SCO summit in Kazakhstan, but talks with Narendra Modi unlikely

Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif will attend the 17th Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Kazakhstan's capital Astana, the Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.

India signs five pacts with Mauritius, offers $500 million credit
India

India signs five pacts with Mauritius, offers $500 million credit

A $500-million line of credit (LoC) from India to Mauritius is among four agreements signed by the two countries following delegation-level talks headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Mauritian counterpart Pravind Jugnauth here on Saturday.

Donald Trump's inauguration speech should worry Modi govt as US protectionism is set to begin
World

Donald Trump's inauguration speech should worry Modi govt as US protectionism is set to begin

Though Donald Trump's anti-migrant, "America-first", protectionist and anti-Islam stand is not new, they are no longer mere campaign speeches but a preview of how America is going to behave towards the world with Trump as the 45th president of the United States of America, and that should worry all including India

US seeks continued counter-terrorism exchanges with China
World

US seeks continued counter-terrorism exchanges with China

The US has held counter-terrorism talks with China and called for deeper cooperation between the two countries.

India's missile test can have 'unexpected complications': Sartaj Aziz
World

India's missile test can have 'unexpected complications': Sartaj Aziz

India's recent test-firing of an anti-ballistic missile system may give it a "false sense" of security but could lead to "unexpected complications", Pakistan's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has warned.

#ModiNext3Years: The travails of guiding a rudderless home ministry
Politics

#ModiNext3Years: The travails of guiding a rudderless home ministry

The performance of the home ministry has been rudderless, and the home minister does not seem to enjoy the confidence of the prime minister

India not forthcoming in resuming dialogue: Pakistan's envoy tells the UN
World

India not forthcoming in resuming dialogue: Pakistan's envoy tells the UN

India is "not forthcoming" in resuming comprehensive dialogue with Pakistan, said Pakistan's envoy to the UN.

Pakistan says Indian inmate Kirpal Singh died of heart attack in Lahore jail
World

Pakistan says Indian inmate Kirpal Singh died of heart attack in Lahore jail

Pakistan on Wednesday informed India that Indian inmate Kirpal Singh died of a heart attack at a jail in Lahore two days back.

India, US have seen fascinating transformation in their ties, says Indian envoy
World

India, US have seen fascinating transformation in their ties, says Indian envoy

India's envoy to the US has said that the two countries have experienced a fascinating transformation in relations.

Nepal-China agreement: Why India needs to work on some foreign policy issues without delay
World

Nepal-China agreement: Why India needs to work on some foreign policy issues without delay

The much publicised agreements on Nepal securing transit route through China have invited close inspection.

Paradox lost? Pakistan expresses concern over 'recent rise of extremism' in India
World

Paradox lost? Pakistan expresses concern over 'recent rise of extremism' in India

Pakistan on Thursday said it was concerned over "rise of extremism" in India and targeting of prominent Pakistani personalities and artists in the country.