Pakistan Mauritius

Mumbai Ink Attack: India Police Arrest Six Shiv Sena Workers

Police in India's Mumbai city say they have held six members of a Hindu right-wing group for dousing the head of a think-tank in black ink.

13 Oct 2015,

Taliban Attack on Pakistan Base Kills 20; 16 Die in Mosque

The attack triggered an hours-long firefight at the base and the Pakistani forces said they killed 13 of the attackers, though it was unclear how many were involved in the assault.

18 Sep 2015,

China Looks To Pakistan To Expand Its Influence In Asia

Despite decades of mismanagement and a feeble socioeconomic infrastructure, one thing Pakistan benefits from is a strategic location—and China is taking notice.

26 Aug 2015,

Pakistan Invites Separatists for Meeting 'to Irritate India'

Pakistan invited separatists from India's disputed Kashmir region for a meeting in a move that risks further straining efforts to restart a peace dialogue ahead of a rare meeting between top security officials from the nuclear-armed nations.

19 Aug 2015,

Indian Police Station in Punjab Attacked by Gunmen

Indian security forces are battling gunmen who stormed a police station in northern Punjab state, close to the border with Pakistan.

27 Jul 2015,

India and Pakistan Blame Each Other for Fighting Along Border

Shelling along border in disputed Kashmir region has killed five civilians and wounded nine in last few days

17 Jul 2015,

India’s Narendra Modi to Visit Pakistan in 2016 as Regional Foes Continue Dialogue

The visit was announced after bilateral talks between Modi and Pakistan's leader Nawaz Sharif on Friday

10 Jul 2015,

At Least 126, Most of them Children, Killed as Taliban Storm Pakistan School

The Taliban stormed a military-run school in northwest Pakistan on Tuesday and gunned down at least 126 people, most of them children, in one of the country's deadliest attacks in recent weeks.

16 Dec 2014,

Pakistan Bombing: Wagah Suicide Attack Near India Border

More than 50 people were killed and at least 100 injured in a suicide bombing close to Pakistan's only border crossing with India.

03 Nov 2014,

Two Champions of Children Are Given Nobel Peace Prize

“Who is Malala?” shouted the Taliban gunman who leapt onto a crowded bus in northwestern Pakistan two years ago, then fired a bullet into the head of Malala Yousafzai, a 15-year-old schoolgirl and outspoken activist.

11 Oct 2014,

Five More Civilians Killed in Worst India-Pakistan Fighting for Years

Five civilians were killed and thousands took refuge in camps in the disputed region of Kashmir on Wednesday after some of the most intense fighting between nuclear-armed neighbours Pakistan and India in a decade.

09 Oct 2014,

India, Pakistan Exchange Fire Over Kashmir Border For Second Day

SRINAGAR, India (AP) — Indian and Pakistani troops fired bullets and mortar shells across the border between Kashmir and Pakistan for a second day Tuesday, with both accusing the other of provoking the violence.

08 Oct 2014,

Death Toll Climbs in Flood-Hit India and Pakistan

Pakistan's government says at least 280 citizens are dead and more than 500 injured. At least 200 people have died in India, its government says; some volunteers fear a higher toll.

14 Sep 2014,

Monsoon Floods Kill Nearly 300 in India, Pakistan

Landslides and flash floods triggered by heavy monsoon rains have killed nearly 300 people in large swaths of northern India and Pakistan, officials said Sunday.

08 Sep 2014,

Imran Khan, Tahir-ul Qadri March Into Islamabad's 'Red Zone'

Pakistan protesters reached the Islamabad parliament building in the early hours of Wednesday morning in their bid to force the prime minister to resign, but did not immediately go inside.

20 Aug 2014,

Taliban Claims Responsibility For Attack On Jinnah International Airport In Karachi

Their backpacks stuffed with food and ammunition, a squad of highly trained Taliban fighters attacked Pakistan's biggest airport in what they clearly expected to be a protracted siege.

10 Jun 2014,

Mauritius Keen to Sign Free Trade Accord with Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Mauritius is keen to develop economic relations with Pakistan and enter into a free-trade agreement (FTA) to tap the bilateral trade potential, Mauritius Deputy Prime Minister Dr Ahmad Rashid Beebeejaun said on Saturday.

22 Dec 2013,

Sources: Pakistani Taliban Leader Killed in Drone Strike

Pakistani Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud -- once charged by the United States for his alleged involvement in a deadly 2009 attack on a U.S. military base in Afghanistan -- was killed in a drone strike in northwestern Pakistan on Friday, senior U.S. and Pakistani officials told CNN.

02 Nov 2013,

Setting up Inland Sea Farm, Pakistan: Mauritius Investor Shows Keenness

A Mauritius investor has shown his keenness to invest $40 million to establish Inland Sea Farm (ISF) in Pakistan. According to commercial Attaché of Pakistan at Mauritius Aga Saeed, the business deal of $40 million was expected to be finalised after video conference between the Mauritius investor and Fishery authority to be held on October 7, 2013.

29 Sep 2013,

Pakistan: “Mauritius Can Benefit from Investment Opportunities”

ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Resources Jam Kamal Khan on Friday said there is a huge potential of investment in various sectors of the economy in Pakistan and Mauritius can benefit from capitalising these investment opportunities.

26 Sep 2013,