Former external affairs minister and senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid was all praise for Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif even as he lashed out at Prime Minister Modi during his invitation lecture at the Jinnah Institute in Islamabad on Thursday.
Analyzing the cross-border relationship between India and Pakistan from his perspective, Khurshid said, “Modi is not . . . → Read More: India upset with Salman Khurshid’s statements against India
India’s former foreign minister and key Congress leader, Salman Khurshid, criticised the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for adopting a tough stand towards Pakistan and said “when congress was in power, BJP had been pressuring it to not normalise ties with Pakistan”.
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(By Abdul Manan) Top civil and military leaders have decided to speed up the surgical operation in Karachi which has apparently slowed down in recent weeks. Moreover, they fine-tuned the agenda of army chief General Raheel Sharif’s upcoming crucial visit to the United States.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif chaired a meeting on security on . . . → Read More: Karachi Op to gain momentum
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday said Pakistan had now embarked on the path of high growth economy and was heading towards a bright future for its people.
Addressing the international investors conference here, the prime minister said his government had achieved most of the objectives in the past two and a half . . . → Read More: Pakistan economy on high growth trajectory – PM Sharif
The Population Summit 2015 is being organized by the Population Council’s Pakistan office, in collaboration with the Ministries of National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination, and Planning, Development and Reforms, Government of Pakistan. The Honorable Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, will inaugurate the summit and it will . . . → Read More: The Population Summit 2015, understanding people
The central problem confronting India in the region is no longer Pakistan or China. It is Delusions of Grandeur!
The recent article by Dhruva Jaishankar has proven one thing, foreign policy magazine should change it’s about us sections’ description. Instead of saying a ‘trusted adviser for global leaders . . . → Read More: Why Dhruva Jaishankar thinks USA is insane and stupid
Pakistan has every right to develop tactical nuclear weapons to defend itself in view of the hostile attitude of its nuclear-armed neighbour, Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry said on Tuesday.
In an interview with PTV on Tuesday, he said the country’s nuclear programme was not meant for war but for the prevention of war . . . → Read More: Pakistan nukes a necessity due to Indian aggression
The government is about to appoint a former general as the new national security adviser, officials said on Sunday.
Lieutenant General Naseer Khan Janjua, who retired from the military this week, will be appointed national security adviser soon and will accompany Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on his trip to the United States next week, one . . . → Read More: Lt Gen Naseer Khan Janjua – Pakistan new National Security Advisor
On my way from Karachi airport to the city three weeks ago, I noticed large portraits of General Raheel Sharif at almost each crossing. That was a sign of a public-relations offensive that was as systematic in the media: One channel shows him comforting families of victims of terrorism, another broadcasts images of Raheel Sharif . . . → Read More: Why the Sharif can’t deliver
Pakistan and Russia have signed an inter-governmental agreement for the construction of 1,100-kilometer (684-mile) gas pipeline, stretching from southern Pakistan’s Karachi to Lahore in the country’s northeast.
Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak signed the agreement in Islamabad today (Friday).
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