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FDI from Pakistan: Will it compromise security?
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FDI from Pakistan: Will it compromise security? - …
Also as India allows FDI from Pakistan, a political storm has brewed up. The BJP says trade with Pakistan is fine but why FDI; the Congress says there will ...
Trade with Pakistan, don't allow FDI, says BJP - NDTV.com
A day after India said it will allow Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from Pakistan, ... Trade with Pakistan, don't allow FDI, ... not make any compromise with security.
Fdi From Pakistan: Latest News, Photos, Videos ... - ndtv.com
FDI from Pakistan: Will it compromise security? ... The Reserve Bank on Wednesday notified the decision to allow foreign direct investment from Pakistan.
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India allows FDI from Pakistani citizens and cooperation's.
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The Government have started the initial task of hiking the Foreign Direct Investment in ... Will 100% FDI compromise national security ... aggression and Pakistan's ...
BlackBerry Banned In Pakistan For Security Reasons, Removing Service From
Hours after BlackBerry announced it would leave Pakistan immediately due to ... is a little more complicated. "That is a compromise we are not willing to make". The company has built its reputation on security, buying up …
BlackBerry gets bounced from Pakistan after saying no to backdoors
[R]emaining in Pakistan would have mean forfeiting our commitment to protect our users' privacy. That is a compromise we are not willing to ... intelligence agency GCHQ was able to “penetrate the security of BlackBerry …
No compromise on development: PM
PARIS: As Pakistan gears up to present its case at the international climate change summit in Paris, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has warned that it will not compromise on its ... in the Paris attacks November 13.
BlackBerry refuses to back down, leaves Pakistan instead of handing over private data
By continuing to do business in Pakistan, it would have to compromise its own security and policies. Related: Everything you need to know about the BlackBerry Priv “As we have said many times, we do not support …
Sushma Swaraj to explain government turn around on Pakistan in Parliament
Days after telling Lok Sabha, that government was invoking the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), to punish Pakistan for war crimes, the latest overtures and secret meeting between the two National …
Government will not compromise on Karachi’s law and order: Nawaz Sharif
He was addressing a gathering after witnessing Fire Power demonstration of Pakistan Air Force at Sonmiani range ... While appreciating the efforts of the security and law enforcement agencies for maintaining peace in …
BlackBerry Ousted From Pakistan
As of December 30 th, BlackBerry (BBRY - Analyst Report) will no longer operate in Pakistan. Chief Operating Officer at BlackBerry, Marty Beard, made the announcement earlier today on the company’s official blog, citing "security concerns” as the ...
Pakistan to kick BlackBerry out of country
BlackBerry said it will be booted from Pakistan after refusing to comply with the government's demands to access customers' private messages. Pakistan has set a December 30 deadline and cited "security ... "That is a …
Press Roundtable in Islamabad, Pakistan
improve energy security, strengthen civil society. Pakistan’s steps to enact an economic reform program in line with recommendations from the IMF will serve to make Pakistan more competitive economically and …
BlackBerry says it will exit Pakistan rather than open servers to authorities
WATERLOO — BlackBerry is standing firm on its promise to close its operations in Pakistan rather than accept that ... of its customers is paramount and something on which it won't compromise. BlackBerry …
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