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Modi Has a Huge Mandate in India. Now What Will He Do?

A mix of hope and fear defined his first five years as prime minister. Both supporters and critics wonder whether a defining victory will tilt him more to one side.
Tags: News, India, Pakistan, Hinduism, Modi, Bharatiya Janata Party, Narendra, Politics And Government, Kashmir and Jammu (India, Legislatures and Parliaments, Ayodhya (India


How Narendra Modi Seduced India With Envy and Hate

The prime minister has won re-election on a tide of violence, fake news and resentment.
Tags: Elections, Caste Systems, Cyberharassment, Hinduism, Modi, Narendra, Gandhi, Rahul, India, Pakistan, Kashmir and Jammu (India, Gujarat State (India


India kills Kashmir's 'most wanted militant'

Zakir Musa killed in gun battle with security forces, leading to protests and school closuresIndian security forces have killed an influential Kashmiri militant, sparking protests and fears of wider unrest, who led the first al-Qaida-affiliated cell in the disputed region.Zakir Musa, 25, was part of a new generation of young militants with large followings on social media and more affinity with global jihadist groups such as al-Qaida than with Pakistan, the traditional patron of anti-India fight...
Tags: Kashmir, India, Pakistan, World news, South and Central Asia


ICC World Cup 2019 - A Competition Among the Middle Tablers ... and Pakistan's Chances!

The ICC World Cup 2019 gets underway in a week from now when hosts England square off against South Africa. The previous two World Cups were won by the host nations - India in 2011 and Australia in 2015 - and this time, it is also the host nation that goes into the 6-week tournament as firm favorites to lift the trophy for the very first time.England have played 3 ICC World Cup finals, finishing runners up every single time. This cup is there for the taking for the world's number one ODI team.Bu...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, India, South Africa, Pakistan, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, Warner, Smith, Steve Smith, Sri Lanka, Icc, West Indies, Mohammad Hafeez, Hafeez


PCB bans wives and family from travelling with team

Pakistan's World Cup squad will not be allowed to have their wives alongside them for the duration of the competition
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, PCB


How Narendra Modi Seduced India With Envy and Hate

The prime minister has won re-election on a tide of violence, fake news and resentment.
Tags: Elections, News, India, Narendra Modi, Pakistan, Hinduism, Modi, Gandhi, Rahul, Narendra, Cyberharassment, Kashmir and Jammu (India, Caste Systems, Gujarat State (India


British Airways to resume Pakistan flights next week after a decade

British Airways will resume flights to Pakistan next week a decade after it suspended operations following a major hotel bombing, becoming the first Western airline to restart flights to the South Asian country.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Pakistan, British Airways


‘American Taliban’ John Walker Lindh freed after 17 years of 20-year prison sentence

The California man who became known as the “American Taliban” after his battlefield capture in Afghanistan in 2001 was freed early from his federal sentence on Thursday, despite official concerns that he retains a radical ideology and still poses a risk to U.S. interests. John Walker Lindh, now 38, was released Thursday from the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana, under a series of post-release restrictions recently imposed by a federal judge in Alexandria, Virginia. He served more than 17 y...
Tags: News, Nbc, California, Osama Bin Laden, Islamic State, Alabama, Los Angeles, Sport, Fox, Afghanistan, Soccer, Taliban, Pakistan, Terrorism, Pentagon, World Trade Center


Bowlers, Lizelle Lee secure series for South Africa women

After Pakistan were limited to 125 for 5, the opener hit an unbeaten 75 to help the hosts ace the chase with nine wickets and nearly five overs to spare
Tags: Sport, South Africa, Cricket, Pakistan, Lizelle Lee


Nearly 500 Children Have Been Infected With HIV in a Single Pakistani City. Here’s What to Know

Rampant medical negligence seems to be to blame
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Pakistan, Infectious Disease, Onetime


Modi will need to hit the ground running with economy, Pakistan

From a shortage of job opportunities and a stuttering economy to tense ties with old foe Pakistan, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will face a host of challenges after winning a big majority on Thursday.
Tags: Money, Narendra Modi, businessNews, Pakistan, Modi


Official says Pakistan to get Saudi oil on credit as of July

ISLAMABAD (AP) — A Pakistani official says the much-anticipated Saudi oil will start flowing to Islamabad as of July, with payments deferred for three years. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh says the buy-now-pay-later deal with the kingdom, reached last October, will enable this cash-strapped Islamic nation to overcome a balance of payment crisis. Shaikh is Prime Minister […]
Tags: Business, News, Nation, Pakistan, Islamabad, Shaikh, Nation & World, Abdul Hafeez Shaikh


Pakistan says it has test-fired nuclear-capable missile

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan’s military says it has successfully test-fired a long-range ballistic missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. A statement from the military says the surface-to-surface Shaheen-II missile, which has a range of 1,500 kilometers, or 932 miles, was launched on Thursday and ended in the Arabian Sea. The announcement comes after a […]
Tags: News, Ap, Nation, Pakistan, Islamabad, Arabian Sea, Nation & World


Pakistan PM Imran Khan congratulates India's Modi on election win

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan congratulated his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi and his party on their election victory Thursday, saying he looked forward to working with the premier for "peace, progress and prosperity in South Asia". Modi claimed victory earlier Thursday in India's general election, with his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) headed for a landslide win. "Congratulate Prime Minister Modi on the electoral victory of BJP and allies.
Tags: News, India, BJP, Narendra Modi, Pakistan, Imran Khan, Modi, Bharatiya Janata Party BJP


Pakistan ETF Strengthens on Government Support

This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com.
Tags: Finance, Article, Pakistan, FBN, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, ETF Trends, Fcdc700f-303f-5e4f-902a-ccfba04ed454


Pakistan should focus on 'hawala' transfers to stem corrupt fund flows - report

Pakistani authorities should tighten supervision of traditional cash transfer methods as part of a wider overhaul of financial sector regulation to stem outflows of corrupt money, a British think-tank said.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Pakistan


Doctor under investigation in Pakistan for allegedly knowingly spreading HIV

An HIV epidemic has been discovered in the Sindh province of Pakistan and is being linked by officials to a local physician. By the latest count, 617 patients were diagnosed as HIV positive out of 20,880 patients screened, according to Dr. Sikandar Memon, manager of the Sindh AIDS Control Programme.
Tags: Science, Pakistan, Sindh, Sikandar Memon


Liam Plunkett was 'pacing the room' ahead of World Cup confirmation

Fast bowler relieved to be given his chance, after pressure for places during Pakistan series
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, Liam Plunkett


Farishta: Outrage over Pakistan child murder

The father of a girl in Islamabad who was abducted and killed says police did little to find her.
Tags: News, Pakistan, Islamabad


ICC World Cup Swansongs ...

The ICC World Cup 2019 is 8 days away! It is every cricketers dream to not only represent their team at a World Cup, but to be a part of a World Cup winning team. For some, the dream comes true; but for many it remains just that... a dream.This World Cup will be the last for a number of cricketers. Here is a look at those who will most likely be taking part in their last ever World Cup. AUSTRALIAShaun MarshDespite making his debut in 2008, this will be Shaun Marsh's first ever World Cup; and mo...
Tags: UK, Australia, Sex, India, South Africa, Pakistan, New Zealand, Taylor, Sri Lanka, Icc, Ab De Villiers, West Indies, Chris Gayle, Shaun Marsh, Gayle, Malik


Islamabad police official suspended following girl’s killing

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Authorities in Pakistan have suspended a police chief in the capital, Islamabad, over the disappearance, rape and killing of a 10-year-old girl whose case triggered widespread condemnation and outrage, including on social media. Officer Mohammad Imran says the chief, Mohammad Abbas, was suspended on Wednesday for failing to act promptly in the […]
Tags: News, Ap, Nation, Pakistan, Islamabad, Nation & World, Mohammad Abbas, Mohammad Imran


A Chinese diplomat tweeted a joke about Huawei dominating Apple — from his iPhone

A Chinese diplomat made fun of Huawei's dominant market position over Apple with a jokey tweet about the company's logo. The tweet follows the Trump administration's blacklisting of Huawei last week. But the jibe backfired somewhat when it was pointed that it was tweeted from an iPhone. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. As the tensions reach fever pitch between Huawei and the US government, one Chinese diplomat tweeted a joke about Huawei's biggest US competitor, Apple. The ...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Mac, China, US, Trends, Pakistan, Huawei, Tweetdeck, Trump, Chinese State Television, Department of Commerce, Ren Zhengfei, International Data Corp, Wanzhou


A young entrepreneur is building the Amazon of Bangladesh

At just 26, Waiz Rahim is supposed to be involved in the family business, having returned home in 2016 with an engineering degree from the University of Southern California. Instead, the young entrepreneur is plotting to build the Amazon of Bangladesh. Deligram, Rahim’s vision of what e-commerce looks like in Bangladesh, a country of nearly 180 million, is making progress, having taken inspiration from a range of established tech giants worldwide, including Amazon, Alibaba and Go-Jek in Indon...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Uber, Asia, Microsoft, Electronics, Indonesia, California, China, Singapore, India, America, Tech


'Unprecedented' HIV outbreak infects hundreds of young children in Pakistan

Hundreds of babies and toddlers have been found infected with HIV in a Pakistani city, in what may be an unprecedented outbreak of the virus where children are the worst affected. Three-quarters of those testing positive for the virus since the outbreak was discovered a month ago in Rotadero in Sindh province are children, with nearly two-thirds aged five or under. Unqualified 'quack' doctors sharing dirty needles for injections, intravenous drips and blood transfusions have been blamed ...
Tags: Asia, Science, Pakistan, United Nations, Larkana, United Nations Aids, Ratodero, Rotadero, Maria Elena Filio Borromeo, Filio Borromeo


Pakistan rupee continues to slide, reaches another record low

Pakistan's rupee reached a new record low on Monday, selling at 153 against the dollar in the interbank market to continue a slide that saw it lose more than 5% last week in the wake of a $6 billion loan accord with the International Monetary Fund.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Pakistan


Pakistan recalls fast bowlers Riaz and Amir for World Cup

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Experienced fast bowlers Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz were brought back into Pakistan's 15-man World Cup squad on Monday following a loss to England in the one-day series.
Tags: England, News, Pakistan, Islamabad, Mohammad Amir, Wahab Riaz, Riaz, Amir


Woakes takes 5-54, England beats Pakistan to win series 4-0

LEEDS, England (AP) — Pakistan recovered from a disastrous start to its run chase but still fell short as England clinched the fifth and final cricket one-day international by 54 runs on Sunday to win the series 4-0.
Tags: England, News, Ap, Pakistan, Woakes, Leeds England


Iram Javed, Nida Dar steer Pakistan to 2-1 lead

Having slipped to 3 for 3 in pursuit of South Africa's 138 for 3, Pakistan were revitalised by a 77-run stand between the duo
Tags: Sport, South Africa, Cricket, Pakistan, Iram Javed Nida Dar


England set Pakistan 352 for victory despite mini-collapse, Shaheen Afridi four-for

Joe Root, Eoin Morgan post half-centuries as Pakistan overcome lacklustre start with the ball
Tags: England, Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, Eoin Morgan, Shaheen Afridi


Exploration at Kekra-1 well off Pakistan ends - OGDC spokesman

The consortium exploring the Kekra-1 well off the coast of Pakistan is ending drilling operations after no reserves of oil and gas were found, a spokesman for Oil and Gas Development Co Ltd, one of the Pakistani partners, said.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Pakistan, Kekra, OGDC, Gas Development Co Ltd