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Modi’s False Pride - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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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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Indian Forces Launch Biggest Crackdown in Two Decades in IoK

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NEW DELHI: Indian security forces have launched the biggest crackdown in more than two decades in occupied Kashmir and arrested more than 7000 people since the killing of freedom fighter Burhan Wani on July 08.

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Non-implementation on Kashmir Resolutions ‘Failure’ of UN: Maleeha

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UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan’s Ambassador to United Nations, Maleeha Lodhi has reminded the international community that non-implementation on Kashmir resolutions is the ‘most persistent failure’ of the UN.

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Troops trade fresh fire on LoC

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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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International Probe into Kashmir Killings Imperative Now: UN Rights Chief

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UNITED NATIONS: The deteriorating situation in India-held Kashmir has now made it crucial to establish an independent, impartial and international mission to assess the situation, the UN human rights chief has said, while regretting India's lack of response to his request for access to its controlled part of the disputed state. UN rights chief Zeid Raad al-Hussein told the Geneva-ba

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