Parties mull yet another, bigger panel on J&K New Delhi, August 12
The all-party delegation, which visited the trouble-torn state of Jammu and Kashmir last week, has made a strong case for initiating a dialogue with
mainstream political parties from the valley and the Amarnath Sangarsh Samiti spearheading the ongoing agitation in Jammu in order to find a solution acceptable to both sides.
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India objects to Pak meddling New Delhi, August 12
For the second time within a week, India today objected to the statements of the Pakistani establishment on situation in Jammu and Kashmir saying they constituted clear interference in the internal affairs of an integral part of this country.
Taliban blow up Pak air force bus
Islamabad, August 12
The Taliban today blew up a Pakistan air force bus, killing 14 persons, mostly airmen, in the northwest city of Peshawar, in retaliation against the ongoing military operation against militants in the country’s restive tribal area.
NSG may hold 2nd meeting on waiver Washington, August 12
A senior American official lobbying for an expeditious approval of the Indo-US civil nuclear deal has held out the prospect of finding an "easy agreement" with the 45-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group, but said it could take "another" meeting after August to finalise the waiver for India.
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Ole Bischof of Germany (blue) celebrates after defeating Kim Jaebum of S. Korea during men’s 81kg judo final. — Reuters
brother Anees detained in Jeddah? New Delhi, August
Less then two weeks the
new CBI director Ashwani Kumar expressed the desire to nab
underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, the agency may have got a clue
on the whereabouts of Anees Ibrahim, a brother of the don.
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