It struck the heart of Christians in Lahore, Pakistan and reverberated across the world into the hearts of their fellow man.
U.S. Senators Tim Kaine and Angus King have returned from a nine-day visit across the Middle East and South Asia that included stops in India, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Qatar.
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Near Eastern and South and Central Asian Affairs, and member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, was in Pakistan October 12-14 to meet with U.S. Embassy officials as well as high-level Pakistani officials.
After a cold and wet early spring, Virginia farmers are ready to get their crops in the ground. Corn plantings across the state are behind schedule. Cotton and peanut producers are expecting to plant more acres this year, while producers of other major row crops are pulling back a bit.
– Economy: Initial unemployment claims down – Capitol Hill: Webb calls for transparency in aid to Pakistan
Column by Haresh Daswani I might look paranoid, but in a way, it makes sense. One of India’s problems has been Pakistan, and as time passes, more countries seem to be allying itself with India for its economic partnership. The big landmark deal of the week is the India-U.S. nuclear deal. The message it sends […]