(By Farhan Zaheer) India’s deputy high commissioner to Pakistan said on Wednesday that New Delhi too was worried about the escalating tensions triggered by ongoing border skirmishes.
Speaking at a meeting during his maiden visit to the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI), JP Singh said there was common understanding in both India . . . → Read More: Indian diplomat – Delhi worried over Pakistan – India border tensions
Since the inception of Pakistan, women have been a part of the military service. Whether it has been a part in the healthcare or logistics sector or more recently in combat units and as fighter pilots, women have played a role.
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LAHORE: Thousands of Pakistanis attended the flag hoisting ceremony at the Wagah border in Lahore on Tuesday.
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Pakistan and India may see further progress in their relations as Pakistan’s tennis star Aisam-ul-Haq has requested Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani to give an approval for playing “Tennis for Peace” event at the Wagah border with India. The vice-president of the Pakistan Tennis Federation Irshad Bhatti while briefing the journalists here on Wednesday, said: . . . → Read More: Aisam-Bopanna border match gathering steam