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Pakistan says India will suffer 'heavy losses' if it goes to war

Pakistan Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif has warned India that it will suffer "heavy losses" which it would "remember for decades" if it tries to "impose" a war on his country. Asif said......

When the nation stood as one: Pages from a Indo-Pak war journal

Artillery guns in action in Uri, Poonch sector. All photographs: Sainik Samachar Fifty years ago, India and Pakistan fought a short but bloody war. The author finds out how Sainik Samachar, the......

Exclusive! 'By 2012, we brought China boundary row to point of solution'

'Now it is really a question of whether both political leaderships wish to do it now. It is a big thing to do because it means that we have to change the way we learnt to draw the map of India in......

Price of the relentless daily war in Kashmir

Colonel M N Rai's supreme sacrifice highlights that the Indian Army continues to be led from the front by its officers, says Nitin A Gokhale. The acronyms AC (Ashok Chakra), SC (Shaurya Chakra),......

When Kerry had Dunkin' Donuts breakfast in Islamabad!

United States Secretary of State John Kerry visited the Dunkin' Donuts store in Islamabad in the Pakistani capital on Tuesday to a get a ‘little slice’ of the popular American breakfast......

Smart ways to save and still have fun!

Recession is an ugly word. And one of the fallouts of globalisation is the ripple effect that the state of one economy has on multiple others, whether they are directly or indirectly connected.......

Meet J S Sarma, the Trai chief in the hot seat

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India chairman J S Sarma says he'll soon have to buy a crash helmet to protect him from mobile service providers. He may be joking, but he's not exaggerating the......

Telecom body urges India to liberalise the sector

Association of Unified Telecom Service Providers of India (AUSPI) is the representative industry body of Unified Access Service Licensees providing telecom services in the country with CDMA......

India's ambitious solar power plans

India's Rs 4,800-crore (Rs 48 billion) solar power industry, which exports around 60 to 70 per cent of its wares to Europe, North America and China, seems to have taken a cue from the IT sector and......

Tea board woos the coffee savvy

The Tea Board's new campaign aims at making the cola-coffee-savvy generation sip a cuppa instead.Two middle-aged men dressed in suits greet each other with an extreme formality that would be more......

Iconic Pakistani folk singer Reshma passes away

Legendary Pakistani folk singer Reshma, who mesmerised music lovers beyond borders with her soulful rendition of songs like Dama Dam Mast Kalandar and Lambi Judai in her trademark rustic voice,......

Tere Bin Laden: A brilliant satire

Sometimes one's relationship with the movies gets a little strained. Week after week of watching the same item numbers, the snazzy European locations and stilted dialogues catering to the NRIs......

Hollywood's spring releases

Just about a decade ago, the year's most exciting films were released in summer or during the Christmas-New Year period. Suddenly, it seems Hollywood has discovered that any month can be a good......

Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes succumbs to head injury

File Photo of Phillip Hughes. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes died in hospital in Sydney on Thursday, two days after the international batsman was struck......

Modern cricket is poorer with Anandji Dossa passing into the ages

Anandji Dossa. Photograph: Haresh Pandya Blessed with a computer-like brain and an elephantine memory, Anandji Dossa was a pioneer in compiling cricket statistics and scores. Haresh Pandya pays......

Suresh Saraiya, one of the best-loved radio commentators

Haresh Pandya pays tribute to noted radio commentator Suresh Saraiya, who passed away in Mumbai on Wednesday following a heart attack. July 18, 2012, turned out to be a sad day for Hindi cinema and......

Gayle left out of T20, first two ODIs vs India

At odds with the West Indies Cricket Board, explosive batsman Chris Gayle was on Monday left out of the squads announced for the lone Twenty20 and the first two one-dayers against India starting......

I was forced to join IPL: Gayle

Former West Indies captain Chris Gayle on Thursday clarified his decision on giving the entire home series against Pakistan a miss for the lucrative Indian Premier League (IPL), stating that he was......
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Transcript Rod Marshs MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture

The last time I recall seeing Colin Cowdrey was at a warm up match for the 1983 World Cup at Arundel. We were playing against New Zealand and the... ...

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Khawaja Muhammad Asif

Islamabad :Pakistan's defence minister today warned India that it will suffer heavy losses which it would remember for decades if it tries to... ...

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Living legends of 1965 Indo-Pak war

Fifty years after India and Pakistan fought a six-week war on the Western front, the valour of Indian soldiers may have faded away from the public... ...

http://m.hindustantimes.com/chandigarh/the-living-legends-of-1965-indo-pak-war/article1-1385670.aspx
Pakistan summons Indian envoy over J-K border firing

Pakistan on Friday summoned the Indian envoy to protest against firing on the border in Jammu and Kashmir after six people died and 46 others were... ...

http://m.hindustantimes.com/india-news/pakistan-summons-indian-envoy-over-j-k-border-firing/article1-1385205.aspx
Sartaj Aziz

Pakistan's National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz has accused Modi's India of acting like a regional superpower and said his nuclear-armed country... ...

http://m.hindustantimes.com/world-news/pakistan-a-nuclear-power-we-know-how-to-defend-ourselves-sartaj-aziz/article1-1383535.aspx

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