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    Water dispute:Pak approaches WB over India's Neelum project

    Having confirmed that India has completed the controversial Kishanganga hydropower project, Pakistan has asked the World Bank to recognise its responsibility under the.

    South Asia
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    Pakistanis pose a threat to Gulf communities, says Dubai security chief

    A top Emirati security official, known for making controversy-catching remarks on wide-ranging issues, took to Twitter to denounce Pakistanis, accusing them of being a "dangerous.

    South Asia
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    Killings of civilians in Kashmir 'needs to be investigated': UN spokesperson

    UN chief Antonio Guterres is "very concerned" over the situation in Jammu and Kashmir and wants all member states to protect their civilians, his spokesperson has said.

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    US designates Hafiz Saeed's Political party as terrorist outfit

    Washington: In a major setback to Hafiz Saeed's political ambitions, the US today designated the Milli Muslim League (MML), the political front of Pakistan.

    South Asia
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    Iran urges India, Pakistan to show restraint in Kashmir

    "The Islamic Republic of Iran will support any move in line with the interests of the Kashmiri people," Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi said on Monday.

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    ‘Revenge rapes’: Why are Pakistani women constantly paying for the sins of their men?

    Toba Tek Singh is one part of the country that makes headlines quite often. So often, in fact, that I’ve become inclined to reading its name in print. This time, however, I didn’t.

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    Anti-India Protests Erupt in Kashmir Amid Deadly Fighting

    Massive anti-India protests erupted in several parts of the Indian-controlled portion of Kashmir on Sunday amid fierce fighting between rebels and government forces that.

    South Asia
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    ‘Solar Kids’: Pakistani Brothers Mysteriously Become Paralyzed Every Night

    Two brothers from Balochistan province of Pakistan are suffering from an odd sickness – they get activated with the sunrise but almost fainted with the sunset.

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    Malala returns to Pakistan for first time since attack

    Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai returned to Pakistan on Thursday, officials said, in her first visit to her native country since she was shot in the head by a Taliban.

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    Water dispute: Top Pakistani diplomat in India for talks

    Acting Pakistan Commissioner for Indus Waters (PCIW) Mehar Ali Shah left for India on Wednesday to hold talks with his Indian counterpart on the ongoing water conflict.

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    US sanctions seven Pakistani firms for ‘nuclear trade’

    The Trump administration has added seven Pakistani companies to a list of foreign entities that presumably pose a significant risk to the national security and policy interests of.

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    Is ISIS gaining ground in Indian side of Kashmir?

    A raging debate over whether Islamic State really exists in Kashmir has taken social media by storm over the last few weeks. The tipping point was the funeral of Eisa Fazli, a militant.

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    Pakistan celebrates National Day with military parade

    Pakistanis celebrated on Friday their National Day with a military parade in the capital, Islamabad, showcasing short- and long-range missiles, tanks, jets, drones and other hardware.

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    Pak acquires powerful missile tracking system from China

    In what considered to be an unprecedented deal, China has sold Pakistan a powerful tracking system that could speed up the Pakistani military’s development of multi-warhead missiles.

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    Grand Mufti of Al-Azhar says only state can declare jihad

    Grand Mufti of Al-Azhar University in Egypt Dr Shawki Ibrahim said on Wednesday that only courts could declare a person infidel while the state was the only authority to declare jihad.

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    India denies visa to Pak pilgrims for Ajmer Sharif, Islamabad ‘disappointed’

    Pakistan on Monday expressed disappointment at India for not issuing visas to more than 500 Pakistani pilgrims for visiting the famed shrine of Khawaja Moinuddin Chishti.

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    In the ashes of a Kashmir encounter, 30 yrs of a poet’s work

    On Friday afternoon, Ghulam Mohammad Bhat, known in the literary circles of Kashmir as Madhosh Balhami, thought of penning a poem on dowry. Sitting on the porch near.

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    Indian officials push ban on Pakistani artists

    Every day, the animosity between Indians against Pakistani artists and the Pakistani artists seems to increase. In a new wave of controversy, the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association.

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    Amid diplomatic standoff,Pak pulls out of WTO meet in India

    Amidst recent diplomatic standoff between the neighbouring countries of India and Pakistan, Islamabad diplomatic sources said that "Pakistan was pulling out of the WTO ministerial.

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    Pakistan calls back its India envoy over charges of ‘harassment’

    Pakistan on Thursday called home its high commissioner Sohail Mahmood for a meeting to discuss the alleged harassment of its Delhi-based diplomat, foreign office spokesman in Islamabad said.

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    Pakistan: Teen Taliban blows self up near Nawaz Sharif residence; 9 dead

    A teenage suicide bomber on Wednesday blew himself up near the residence of Pakistan's ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif, killing nine people, including five policemen, police said.

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    Pak, Iran agree on increasing bilateral trade to $5 billion by 2021

    During a meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, Pak Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi emphasised the need for Pakistan and Iran to work together 'in all earnest' to reach the $5 billion

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    Iran invites Pakistan to participate in Chahbahar project

    Iranian Foreign Minister Dr Javad Zarif on Monday invited Pakistan to participate in Chahbahar seaport project and development of its link with Gwadar Port as he sought to allay concerns

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    Iran after all-out relations with Pakistan

    Iran’s top diplomat stated in the Forum “I would like to reiterate that we are still ready to meet the energy needs of Pakistan, including oil, gas and electricity.”

    West Asia

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