Sharm El Sheikh

  • Mubarak's family moves to secret address in UK February 17, 2011

    London: The family of ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak has reportedly moved to a "secret" address in London, a media report said on Thursday. The London Evening Standard said the deposed leader's first granddaughter was born in an expensive private hospital in London last year despite recent claims that his son...
  • Mubarak's hideout: how long can he stay there? February 15, 2011

    Reports suggest he's ill and undergoing treatment in a sea side resort of Sharm El Sheikh. ...
  • Qureshi to visit India only for 'meaningful' talks July 18, 2010

    Islamabad: Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Sunday upped the ante by saying he was unwilling to travel to New Delhi for talks unless India is prepared to hold a "meaningful, constructive and resultoriented" dialogue to resolve outstanding issues with Pakistan. "I do not want to visit India for...
  • Proof of India's role in Balochistan at 'suitable time': Gilani November 15, 2009

    Islamabad: The evidence regarding Indian involvement in Balochistan will be presented at "a suitable time", Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said on Sunday adding that "the country's nuclear assets are safe". Speaking to reporters in Multan, Gilani said the issue had been taken up during his meeting with Indian Prime...
  • Egypt forgotten, PM sends a stern message to Pak August 18, 2009

    New Delhi: It was a stern message to Pakistan coming from an unlikely source. Crossborder terrorism is a major threat. We have information even now that terror groups from Pakistan plan to launch attacks on India, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Monday. This was the PMs strongest statement against Pakistan's...
  • Keep talking but force Pak to act against terror July 30, 2009

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday defended his government's foreign policy in after a prolonged attack by the Opposition in Parliament. Manmohan said that India had to carry on dialogue with Pakistan and severing talks with Pakistan was not an option. He also gave out details of the 34page dossier where...
  • View chat: Dr Amitabh Mattoo on IndoPak ties July 30, 2009

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday defended the IndoPak joint statement in Parliament. Asserting that there was no dilution in India's stand on crossborder terrorism, the Prime Minister reiterated that there was no alternative to engagement with neighbours. He also lashed out at the BJP saying that the UPA needed...
  • PM's statement does not clear the doubts: Sinha July 29, 2009

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party Lok Sabha MP Yashwant Sinha criticised Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for his SharmelSheikh joint statement calling it a shame. "Well Prime Minister's statement does not clear all the doubts. Sushma Swaraj asked two questions. We will take the matter tomorrow. What he said in Parliament is...
  • Manmohan praises Vajpayee, ticks off BJP July 29, 2009

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday praised his predecessor Atal Bihari's Vajpayee, saying "he took a decision of political courage to visit Lahore in 1999". In the course of his reply in the Lok Sabha to the debate on IndiaPakistan ties, Singh invoked Vajpayee's name to make the point...
  • Govt broke consensus on foreign policy: Mulayam July 30, 2009

    New Delhi: Former defence minister and Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday slammed the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government for "lack of will power, resolution and dedication" in its foreign policy. "These are absent in the government," said Yadav in the Lok Sabha during discussion on the recent IndiaPakistan...
  • Watch: NDA memorandum to Prez against joint statement July 29, 2009

    New Delhi: Less than 24 hours before the Prime Minister comes clear on the IndoPak joint statement in Sharmel Sheikh, allaying concerns even within his party, Opposition BJP has approached the President with a memorandum on the issue. When the PM speaks on Wednesday, he is expected to stress that...
  • Congress backs PM, owns up his Pak initiative July 27, 2009

    New Delhi: The Congress on Monday came out in strong support of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's Pakistan initiative that delinks action on terror from dialogue and tried to end speculation that the party and Government were not one on the issue. "The Congress is confident that when the prime minister speaks...