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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.

    South Asia
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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.

    South 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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    Pak, China plan to upgrade vital railway link

    China and Pakistan have agreed to jointly modernize 1,600-kilometer vital railway link connecting southern and northern Pakistan as part of a move to push forward construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

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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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    Pak-Iran officials agree to cooperate against terror attacks

    Pakistani and Irani officials met at the border town of Taftan on Friday morning to step up bilateral cooperation against the threat of terror attacks and ensure legal movement along the shared 900-kilometer-long border.

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    Bomb attack kills at least 25 in Pakistan's Balochistan

    Pakistan's Senate deputy chairman on Friday escaped an assassination attempt with injuries when a powerful blast damaged his car, killing 25 people and wounding 35 others in the volatile south-western Balochistan.

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    Pak PM leads high-level delegation to China

    Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has left for China along with a high-level delegation to attend the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation summit to be held in Beijing, on Sunday.

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    Pakistan, Turkey ink MoU for sale of warships, aircraft

    Pakistan and Turkey have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the sale of four Turkish-made corvette warships and 52 Pakistan-made training planes for Turkey's armed forces.

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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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    Pakistan summons Iranian ambassador for Tehran's threat

    According to the Dawn newspaper on Tuesday, Mehdi Honardoost was summoned to convey Pakistan's concerns over a warning by Baqeri that Iran would deal with the terrorists themselves if Pakistan was unable.    

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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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    Iran warns will hit militant 'safe havens' inside Pakistan

    "We cannot accept the continuation of this situation," General Mohammad Baqeri said, adding, "We expect the Pakistani officials to control the borders, arrest the terrorists and shut down their bases."

    West Asia
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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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    Aitzaz Hassan’s family still living under Taliban threat

    Tributes poured in from across the world for a Pakistani teenager who was killed on January 6, 2014, when he tackled a suicide bomber targeting his school in Hangu, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P).

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    Pakistan, Japan sign $24m accord for energy project

    Pakistan and Japan signed here on Thursday a loan agreement amounting to $24 million for the implementation of the second phase of ‘Islamabad-Burhan Transmission Line Reinforcement’ project.

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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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    Teen girls with stones are the new threat in India’s Kashmir conflict

    The first stone was heavy in her hand before she let it fly. It arced through the smoky air and hit the khaki leg of a soldier. She barely stopped to watch the man grimace before she picked up another.

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    Erdogan urges India, Pak to settle Kashmir dispute once and for all

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who arrived here on Sunday on a two-day visit, has said that India and Pakistan need to “build bridges, strengthen dialogue between different stakeholders” to resolve the Kashmir.

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    Pakistan FO mum over Jindal meeting Nawaz Sharif

    The Pakistan Foreign Office has refused to comment on the hush-hush visit of Indian steel magnate Sajjan Jindal to Murree to meet Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz.

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    World Bank official in Delhi to break Indo-Pak water treaty stalemate

    The World Bank’s vice president for the South Asia region, Annette Dixon, is now in New Delhi for talks aimed at breaking the stalemate over a water dispute between India and Pakistan, official sources told Dawn.

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    Indian Business Tycoon holds 'secret' talks with Pakistan PM

    Steel tycoon Naveen Jindal's brother Sajjan "secretly" met with Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday, reported Pakistani media, adding that in meeting at Murree, the Indian violated the terms of his Pakistan

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