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Pakistan’s Gwadar Port is Now Operational as First Chinese Ship Docks

  0 comments   |     by Abdus Sattar Ghazali on 24, October 2016

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Modi’s False Pride - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

  0 comments   |     by S Khalid Husain on 21, October 2016

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is proud that India has never seized territory by force. A brief look at India’s contrary record in this respect may be useful, however hard it may be to be brief on India’s escapades.

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USA Welcomes Pakistan's Legislation Against Honour Killing

  0 comments   |     by Press on 18, October 2016

WASHINGTON: Terming it as an important step towards ensuring the protection of women in Pakistan, the United States appreciated the country for its legislation against honour killing, on Saturday.

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Troops trade fresh fire on LoC

  0 comments   |     by The Nation on 05, October 2016

Troops trade fresh fire on LoC 5 October 2016 MIRPUR (AJK) -  Pakistani and Indian troops yesterday exchanged fresh fire across Line of Control. However, no casualties were reported in the latest firefight that came five days after India claimed to have carried out ‘surgical strikes’ – a claim Pakistan rubbished flatly. "Indian troops yet again r

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Flawed Approach to Pakistan - Regional Dynamics are Once Again

  0 comments   |     by Published in Dawn on 30, September 2016

Regional dynamics are once again converging against Pakistan and its interests. And once again, terrorism and Afghanistan are the sources of growing regional differences. Testifying before the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Olson resorted to what has long been a cornerstone, and a flawed one at that, of US policy towards Pak

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Modi’s aggressive language - When India and Pakistan Misbehave

  1 comments   |     by Published in Dawn on 28, September 2016

When India and Pakistan misbehave with and provoke each other, the damage can quickly escalate. Seemingly alone among the various power centres in the two countries is the PML-N government, which has consistently held out the possibility of bilateral dialogue as the only reasonable solution to the two countries’ manifold concerns. Last week, following the devastating Quett

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US Refuses to Support Modi’s Position on Balochistan

  0 comments   |     by The Newspaper's Correspondent on 26, September 2016

The United States has unambiguously distanced itself from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s attempt to internationalise the Baloch issue and in the process has also assured Pakistan of its continued support to the country’s territorial integrity. “The US government respects the unity and territorial integrity of Pakistan and we do not support independence for Baloc

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PAKISTAN WANTS PEACE WITH INDIA

  0 comments   |     by AFP on 24, September 2016

Pakistan wants peace with India AFP NEW YORK: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, while addressing the United Nations General Assembly session on Wednesday, said Pakistan wants peace with India but maintained it is "not possible without resolving the Kashmir issue". "Confrontation should not be our destiny in South Asia. Pakistan wants peace with India." Nawaz asserte

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Kashmir: why talk to India?

  0 comments   |     by Munir Akram on 26, August 2016

FOLLOWING the extensive discussions at the recent Pakistan envoys’ conference, Pakistan proposed a ‘separate’ dialogue on Jammu and Kashmir to India. As expected, India promptly interposed preconditions for the talks, even more onerous than in the past. Pakistan’s counter — that the talks would be strictly on the basis of the UN resolutions on Kashmir &mdas

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