Any NSG Exception To Disturb Regional Stability: Pak

Tashkent: Any "exception" in granting membership to the NSG will "disturb" strategic stability in South Asia, Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain said.

Pak Court Indicts 6 LeJ Men In SL Team Attack Case

Lahore: Outlawed Lashkar-e-Jhanghvi's six militants have been charged by a Pakistani anti-terrorism court here in the 2009 Sri Lankan cricket team attack case.

Turkey May Follow UK On EU Bid

Istanbul: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has suggested Turkey could hold a referendum over whether to continue its long-stalled accession process to join the European Union.

Historic EU Referendum On Knife-edge As Voting On

London: Millions of Britons began voting on Thursday in the historic referendum that will decide whether the country will stay in or leave the 28-nation bloc.

Indonesia's Prez Visits Natuna In The South China Sea

Jakarta: Indonesia's President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo on Thursday visited the Natuna islands in a move to protect its sovereignty over the area in the edge of the South China Sea.

Oppn To India's NSG Bid Not To Hit Bilateral Ties: China

Beijing: China on Thursday sought to de-link its opposition to India's membership of NSG from Sino-Indian ties saying that it does not concern the bilateral relationship.

‘Tamils in Lanka need a federal solution’

Colombo: The grievances of minority Tamils in Sri Lanka can only be addressed through a federal system of governance and the merger of north and eastern provinces, Northern province Chief Minister CV Wignewswaran has said.

China Jails Top Executive At China Resources Unit

Beijing: A Chinese court has jailed a former top executive in one of the country's largest state-owned conglomerates for 10 years for bribery and embezzlement, officials said, amid a corruption probe into its parent.

Pak Violating Sovereignty Of Other Nations: Afghanistan Tells UN  

United Nations: In a scathing attack, Afghanistan has accused "elements within the state structure of Pakistan" of facilitating most of the terrorist groups active in the region.

Xi, Modi To Meet On Sidelines Of SCO Summit

Beijing: President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Tashkent beginning tomorrow.


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