Pakistan feels the sting - State Times

Pakistan's security and foreign policy managers have faced a very difficult period beginning with President Donald Trump's August 21 Afghanistan and South Asia policy address and stretching to the Xiamen BRICS Summit declaration on September 4.

Modi invites French firms to invest in India - AppsforPCdaily

World Tourism Day PM invites foreigners to explore'Incredible India People watch sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik's sand sculpture of Taj Mahal with a message Incredible India. PTI file. Author Floyd Cook. 30 September, 2017. The President said that India ...

Change of guard on subcontinent - The Northlines

US Defence Secretary James Mattis recently met with his Indian counterpart, Nirmala Sitharaman in New Delhi. Two subjects took precedence over a variety of items on their agenda for talks. These were (a) meeting the challenge of global terror and (b) ...

Is this the Pakistani sunset? - The Northlines

'The Chinese are feeling the heat with the gradual rise in the number of nations viewing Pakistan as the nursery of global terror,' says Brigadier S K Chatterji (retd). It's not Pakistan, but the North Koreans who are garnering all the global attention ...

Pakistan- COAS to visit Afghanistan, Russia - MENAFN.COM

(MENAFN - Tribal News Network) PESHAWAR, 30 September: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa will visit Afghanistan during the next two days where he will hold meetings with Afghan leaders and military leaders of the US forces.

New strategy for South Asia includes Pakistan, India: NATO, US - New Kerala

Lahore [Pakistan], Sept.30 : The United States and NATO have jointly clarified that President Donald Trump's new strategy for South Asia includes Pakistan as well, and there is no move to isolate it. "One reason why we welcome the new U.S. strategy ...