indo-pak bilateral ties

Indo-Pak bilateral ties: Pakistan's Economic Coordination Council lifts ban on import of cotton and yarn from India

Indo-Pak bilateral ties: Pakistan's Economic Coordination Council lifts ban on import of cotton and yarn from India

Pakistan government has decided to lift the ban on the import of cotton and yarn from India. The approval of sugar imports is also expected.

On This Day in History! February 13, 1996 – When India and Pakistan played together to beat Sri Lanka

On This Day in History! February 13, 1996 – When India and Pakistan played together to beat Sri Lanka

India-Pakistan World Cup rivalries are worth watching. Although the two cricketing nations don’t play alongside each other due to straine...Read More

PCB chief Ehsan Mani wants ICC to pursue India for restoring bilateral cricket ties

PCB chief Ehsan Mani wants ICC to pursue India for restoring bilateral cricket ties

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ehsan Mani wants the ICC to help restore his country’s bilateral playing ties with Ind...Read More

Imran Khan bats for Indo-Pak bilateral ties

Imran Khan bats for Indo-Pak bilateral ties

Islamabad : Legend Imran Khan has said an India-Pakistan bilateral cricket series can help strengthen ties between the two countries. The...Read More

Home return for Indo-Pak fishermen after Modi-Nawaz meet

Home return for Indo-Pak fishermen after Modi-Nawaz meet

Ufa (Russia) : Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif have agreed to release the fishermen of both sides...Read More

Had excellent meeting with Modi: Sharif

Had excellent meeting with Modi: Sharif

New Delhi: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said Tuesday that he had an “excellent” meeting with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi.

Modi, Sharif discuss India-Pakistan ties

Modi, Sharif discuss India-Pakistan ties

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif met here Tuesday and discussed bilateral issues, their...Read More

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Regime change will not come in way of bilateral ties: Bashir

Kolkata: A change of government in India would not come in the way of bilateral ties, Pakistan High Commissioner Salman Bashir said today.

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