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PCB open to India's fixtures taking place at neutral venue in Asia Cup 2020, denies reports of possible boycott of 2021 T20 World Cup
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PCB open to India's fixtures taking place at neutral venue in Asia Cup 2020, denies reports of possible boycott of 2021 T20 World Cup

Pakistan Cricket Board CEO Wasim Khan on Saturday hinted that India's league matches in the Asia Cup, which it will be hosting, could be held at a neutral venue if the sport's continental body gives the nod.

Davis Cup: We want guarantees on safety in Pakistan, says India captain Mahesh Bhupati ahead of Islamabad trip
Sports

Davis Cup: We want guarantees on safety in Pakistan, says India captain Mahesh Bhupati ahead of Islamabad trip

Indian tennis players want safety guarantees before they travel to Islamabad for their Davis Cup tie against Pakistan, captain Mahesh Bhupathi said on Wednesday.

ICC Women's Championship: CoA chief Vinod Rai says BCCI will stick to Centre's stance on hosting India-Pakistan series
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ICC Women's Championship: CoA chief Vinod Rai says BCCI will stick to Centre's stance on hosting India-Pakistan series

Committee of Administrators chief Vinod Rai Friday said the BCCI will continue to go with the government stance on Indo-Pak cricket after seeking the sports ministry's permission for hosting a women's series against the arch-rivals later this year.

India must play hardball against Pakistan's terror policy, dialogue lulls us into complacency: Ex-dy NSA Satish Chandra
India

India must play hardball against Pakistan's terror policy, dialogue lulls us into complacency: Ex-dy NSA Satish Chandra

A large swathe of India's security establishment believe in imposing a cost on Pakistan for exporting terror to India. They warn against holding any dialogue with Pakistan till such time as Pakistan-sponsored terrorism did not end.

Only when Pakistan becomes a top cricketing side will BCCI play a bilateral series with us, says PCB MD Wasim Khan
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Only when Pakistan becomes a top cricketing side will BCCI play a bilateral series with us, says PCB MD Wasim Khan

Pakistan has no other way than raising the standard of its game if it has to force superpower India to resume bilateral cricketing ties, feels the new Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) dispensation.

Pakistan to resume talks with India only after elections with no big decisions expected from present govt, says Islamabad
India

Pakistan to resume talks with India only after elections with no big decisions expected from present govt, says Islamabad

Fawad Chaudhry, Minister of Information of Pakistan, said the Pakistan government would respect any Indian leader and the party elected by the Indian people

The Spy Chronicles gives insight into Indo-Pak relations, but offers little in terms of secret information
Life

The Spy Chronicles gives insight into Indo-Pak relations, but offers little in terms of secret information

From an admission about the ISI's bloody hand in Kashmir, to Pakistan’s contribution to the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, The Spy Chronicles does contain a few gems

Pakistan allows Kulbhushan Jadhav's family to meet him: India shouldn't read much into Islamabad's magnanimity
World

Pakistan allows Kulbhushan Jadhav's family to meet him: India shouldn't read much into Islamabad's magnanimity

The Indian government should be quiet and let Kulbhushan Jadhav's family meet him. But it should not be seen as a victory or as a cause for celebration.

Guarantee that Kulbhushan Jadhav's wife, mom won't be harassed': India accepts Pakistan's offer on alleged spy, but with conditions
India

Guarantee that Kulbhushan Jadhav's wife, mom won't be harassed': India accepts Pakistan's offer on alleged spy, but with conditions

The Ministry of External Affairs has accepted Pakistan's offer of allowing Kulbhushan Jadhav's wife to meet him, but has put forward three conditions to Islamabad,

Pakistan claims six civilians killed, 26 injured in 'unprovoked' firing by Indian troops
World

Pakistan claims six civilians killed, 26 injured in 'unprovoked' firing by Indian troops

Pakistan on Friday said that at least six of its citizens were killed and 26 others injured in alleged ceasefire violations across the Line of Control by Indian troops.

Pakistan has short-range nukes to counter Indian Army's 'Cold Start' doctrine, asserts PM Abbasi
World

Pakistan has short-range nukes to counter Indian Army's 'Cold Start' doctrine, asserts PM Abbasi

Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said on Thursday his country has developed short-range nuclear weapons to counter the 'cold start doctrine' adopted by the Indian Army.

Pakistan's decision to move ICJ over Kashmir issue is impractical, says Congress leader PC Chacko
World

Pakistan's decision to move ICJ over Kashmir issue is impractical, says Congress leader PC Chacko

In answer to Pakistan's alleged plan to move the International Court of Justice to find a solution to the Kashmir issue, Congress on Monday said that it was an impractical move

Iran's warning to Pakistan vindicates India's stand, says MoS Home Hansraj Ahir
World

Iran's warning to Pakistan vindicates India's stand, says MoS Home Hansraj Ahir

Union Minister Hansraj Ahir on Tuesday appreciated Iran's warning to Pakistan that it would hit terrorist bases in that country if its government failed to fight militants who carry out cross-border attacks.

Rajnath Singh warns militants of befitting reply, says terror attacks on India will not be tolerated
India

Rajnath Singh warns militants of befitting reply, says terror attacks on India will not be tolerated

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said any terror attack on the country will not be tolerated and the militants will be given a befitting reply.

Pakistan violated ceasefire every day in 2015 and 2016, reveals Home Ministry in RTI reply
World

Pakistan violated ceasefire every day in 2015 and 2016, reveals Home Ministry in RTI reply

At least one incident of ceasefire violation by Pakistan took place daily along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir in 2015 and 2016 in which 23 security personnel lost their lives, the Home Ministry has said in an RTI reply.

Arun Jaitley, Pakistan minister Mohammad Ishaq Dar share cold vibes at global meet
India

Arun Jaitley, Pakistan minister Mohammad Ishaq Dar share cold vibes at global meet

Frosty Indo-Pak relations after the beheading of Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops were on full display here when Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was on dais with his Pakistani counterpart, often sharing cold vibes and aggressively countering Islamabad backing of China's Belt and Road initiative.

Pakistan will support Kashmiri 'political struggle', says its army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa
World

Pakistan will support Kashmiri 'political struggle', says its army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa

Pakistan's army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Sunday visited the Line of Control (LoC) and said his country would continue to support the "political struggle" of the Kashmiris for the right of "self-determination".

Kulbushan Jadhav row: Death sentence halts deportation of prisoners as Indo-Pak relations worsen
India

Kulbushan Jadhav row: Death sentence halts deportation of prisoners as Indo-Pak relations worsen

Pakistan's decision to award death sentence to alleged Indian spy Kulbushan Yadav has not only strained further the already thinned relations between India and Pakistan but also made things difficult for prisoners lodged in jails including those who have been cleared for deportation.

Kulbhushan Jadhav sentenced to death: Rescue should be a priority as Pakistan nefariously tires to 'irritate' India
India

Kulbhushan Jadhav sentenced to death: Rescue should be a priority as Pakistan nefariously tires to 'irritate' India

India should go behind the scenes and drum up global support to have Kulbhsuhan Jadhav released. There is very little percentage in getting agitated whether in Parliament or on the streets