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    Why international laws matter

    Two Indian citizens have recently been victims of the violation of international law by men in uniform but officials of the government of India, and the nation at large, seem to be fighting only for the rights of one

    South Asia
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    India considering punitive actions against Pak: US official

    India is moving towards isolating Pakistan diplomatically and is considering punitive actions against Islamabad for its alleged support to cross border terrorism, a top American defence intelligence chief has said.

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    Dangal is the highest grossing non-US film in China

    Dangal, a film about a father who trains his daughters to become world-class wrestlers, has broken a box-office record in China, where its focus on feminism and tough love has resonated with audiences.

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    Rs 5.3 lakh crore in black money flowed out of India in 2007 – enough to link the country’s rivers

    About Rs 5.3 lakh crore (at the current exchange rate of Rs 64 a $) flowed out of India illegally in 2007, a government-commissioned report on black money has revealed. The amount is 5% less than.

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    India diverting nuclear materials to make weapons: Pakistan

    Pakistan has accused India of diverting nuclear materials it had obtained for peaceful purposes under the NSG waiver to make weapons.Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria yesterday told reporters.

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    UN court orders Pakistan not to execute Indian man accused of spying

    The UN court ruled that a death sentence against Kulbhushan Jadhav, a former naval officer, should not be carried out until it could formally examine an appeal lodged by the Indian government. Pakistan.

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    Reema Lagoo, Bollywood's favourite 'mother', passes away

    Veteran Indian actor Reema Lagoo, known for her performance in movies like Hum Aapke Hain Koun and Kal Ho Na Ho, passed away early on Thursday morning after reportedly suffering from cardiac arrest.

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    Tunday Kababi: India's famous beef kebabs back on the menu

    An Indian restaurant has resumed sales of the beef kebabs it has been making for more than a century, two months after being forced to take the famous dish off the menu under pressure from Hindu hardliners.

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    India Committed to Independent Palestine, Modi Tells Abbas

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday assured Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas of India's "unwavering support" to the Palestinian cause, saying it hopes to see a sovereign, united and an independent Palestine.

    West Asia
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    India, Pak face-off at The Hague

    India and Pakistan on Monday crossed swords at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) over Kulbhushan Jadhav's case with New Delhi demanding the immediate suspension of his death sentence and Islamabad.

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    Palestine president in India ahead of Modi’s Israel trip

    Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas began a three-day visit to India on Monday with a tour of an IT facility that is helping Ramallah build a high-end tech hub.

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    Indian military court acquits officer who used Kashmiri as human shield

    India's Army Court of Inquiry (COI) on Monday acquitted an army officer accused of tying a man to his jeep, using him as a human-shield while patrolling in India-held Kashmir on April 9, Indian media reported.

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    India skips China’s Silk Road summit amid Kashmir concerns

    India has not sent an official delegation to attend the “Belt and Road Forum” in Beijing and instead criticised China's global initiative, warning of an “unsustainable debt burden” for countries involved.

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    How young Kashmiris are finding love in the time of conflict and curfew

    Since July 2016, unrest has become the new normal in Kashmir. As violence escalates, so does the rebellion against it, some of it taking newer forms and some, the oldest kind – love.

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    India’s cotton area to hit 3-year high as prices rally

    Cotton planting in India, the world’s biggest producer of the fibre, is likely to rise by 15 per cent in the 2017-18 marketing season to a three-year high as farmers switch away from other crops.

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    Understanding China's South Asia strategy

    THE comments were made to an Indian audience, but they are of profound relevance here in Pakistan. In a recent speech to a think tank, the Chinese ambassador to India, Luo Zhaohui.

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    International Court of Justice stays execution of Indian spy by Pakistan

    The International Court of Justice on Tuesday stayed the hanging of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of spying.

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    Baahubali 2 becomes India’s highest-grossing film

    An epic battle movie from one of India’s lesser-known film industries has trumped Bollywood by becoming the country’s highest-grossing film to date, an industry analyst said on Monday.

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    Right wing parties ‘finds way’ to ensure fair-skinned babies in India

    A medical group linked with the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) has devised a way to help “dark-skinned” parents produce fair super babies, Indian Express reported on Sunday.

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    India calls satellite 'gift to South Asia', Pakistan says no thanks

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who came to office promising to strengthen ties with neighbours such as Sri Lanka, Nepal and even Pakistan, has called the satellite a gift to south Asia.

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    Why are more and more Kashmiri youth picking up gun

    A few days before Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter with security forces I travelled through the interior villages of South Kashmir, the epicentre of new militancy.

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    Gujarat riots: India's court convicts police, doctors in gang rape case

    An Indian court on Thursday convicted five police officers and two doctors of tampering with evidence in the gang rape of a pregnant woman and the murder of her family during one of the worst incidents of religion.

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    India rejects Turkey's offer to host multilateral talks on Kashmir

    While Pakistan welcomed on Monday Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s offer to strengthen the dialogue process for resolving the Kashmir issue, New Delhi asserted that it was an Indo-Pak bilateral matter.

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    Turkey sees role in Kashmir talks

    Setting the stage for intense diplomacy, Turkey has urged for multilateral dialogue to solve the Kashmir issue between India and Pakistan. In comments made to an Indian TV channel, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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