|China opposed mention of terrorism, delayed UNSC Pulwama statement|
The United Nations Security Council's statement on the Pulwama attack was delayed by nearly one week due to China's opposition to mentioning of terrorism, according to official sources. India has mounted a diplomatic offensive to isolate Pakistan in the international community for its support to terror groups and cross border terrorism.
|Would hate giving two points to Pak: Tendulkar|
Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar on Friday said he would 'hate' to see India concede two points to Pakistan by not playing them in the upcoming World Cup as such a move would only help the arch-rivals in the mega-event.
|No decision on India-Pak WC match yet: Vinod Rai|
The Committee of Administrators running Indian cricket on Friday decided against taking any stand on the World Cup clash against Pakistan but said it would individually urge ICC to "sever ties with any nation that is a terrorist hub". There has been a call to boycott the June 16 World Cup face-off against Pakistan in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack.
|Pulwama attack: Pak to stay on FATF 'grey list'|
Terror financing watchdog FATF has decided to keep Pakistan on the "grey list" till October. This, after India made a strong push to ensure that Islamabad is not taken off the list, in the light of the Pulwama terror attack. Pakistan has until October 2019 to either comply with the 27 demands made by FATF members or it could be blacklisted.
|This bank is gaining from US sanctions on Iran|
Kolkata-based UCO Bank expects its privileged status processing refinersí payments for Iranian oil shipments to add more than Rs 800 crore ($110 million) to annual earnings, according to chief executive officer Atul Kumar Goel. Indian refiners are required to deposit any money destined for Iran without interest with UCO Bank during periods when US sanctions are in force.
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|'PreCheck' programme for Air India flyers in US|
TSA Pre is available when departing from a US airport to a foreign country, and for domestic, connecting flights after returning to the US. Travelers who are US citizens, US nationals and lawful permanent residents of the US can apply for TSA Pre for $85 for five years, through the TSA Pre application programme.