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    Pakistan PM Imran Khan Meets Russian President Putin Amidst Ukraine Conflict

    Russian President Vladimir Putin met Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Kremlin today in his first face-to-face talks since the start of a special military operation in eastern Ukraine.

    South Asia
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    Pakistan Premier Visits Moscow Amid War Fears

    Prime Minister Imran Khan will visit Russia on February 23-24, diplomatic sources said in Islamabad on Monday, signaling the first visit by a Pakistani premier to Moscow in 23 years.

    South Asia
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    Pakistani Social Media Star's Brother Acquitted For Her Honour Killing

    The brother of a Pakistani social media star, who was murdered in one of the country's most notorious "honour killings," was acquitted on Monday after serving less than six years in prison, lawyers said.

    South Asia
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    Toyota To Domino's: Kashmir Controversy Entangles More Companies

    Global automaker Toyota Motor and fast food chain Domino's Pizza are among half a dozen companies that have apologized to India for social media posts from their Pakistani partners expressing support for Kashmir.

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    India Rejects China-Pakistan Statement on Kashmir, CPEC

    India today rejected the references to Jammu and Kashmir in the joint statement issued by China and Pakistan during Prime Minister Imran Khan’s recent visit to Beijing.

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    Hyundai India Affirms Faith After Pak Unit Calls for ‘Kashmir Freedom'

    Several popular Multi National Brands are facing a blowback in India after they reportedly posted messages of support in Pakistan for pro-independence movement in Kashmir.

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    Lata Mangeshkar not doing well, put back on ventilator: Doctor

    Singing legend Lata Mangeshkar's health has deteriorated and she has been put back on a ventilator, a doctor treating her said on Saturday.The 92-year-old singer tested positive for Covid with mild symptoms.

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    Pakistani forces battle gunmen after Balochistan checkpost raids

    Gunmen have killed at least four soldiers and a civilian in attacks on two security posts in Pakistan’s southwestern province of Balochistan within hours of each other, officials say.

    South Asia
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    2 Pak Military Bases Attacked Before Imran Khan Heads To China

    Separatist insurgents in the Pakistani province of Balochistan have attacked two military bases, killing one soldier while losing four of their own men, the army said, in the latest violence.

    South Asia
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    We are witnessing trailers of future conflicts: Army chief

    India is witnessing trailers of future conflicts and its adversaries will continue with efforts to achieve their strategic aims, Army Chief Gen MM Naravane said on Thursday.

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    Modi Govt Made Strategic Mistake, Brought China-Pak Together: Gandhi

    India's main opposition leader  Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday launched a blistering attack on the BJP led government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing it of "bringing China and Pakistan" together.

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    Call For PUBG Ban After Pak Teenager Shoots Dead 4 Of Family

    Pakistani police called Monday for the wildly popular Player Unknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) game to be banned after a teenager confessed to killing four members of his family in a rage.

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    Air pollution: Dhaka ranks second worst, Lahore tops list

    Dhaka’s air was classified as “poor” or “very unhealthy” as the mega city ranked the second worst in the Air Quality Index (AQI) on Sunday morning. Dhaka’s AQI score was recorded at 212

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    Pak Eyes $3 Billion Loan During Imran Khan's Upcoming China Visit: Report

    Cash-trapped Pakistan is looking to secure a USD 3-billion (PKR 529 billion) loan from China and investments in half a dozen sectors during Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit to Beijing next week.

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    Separated During Partition, Indian Man Gets Pak Visa To Meet Brother

    Pakistan High Commission to India on Friday issued a visa to Sika Khan to visit his brother Muhammed Siddique and family members in Pakistan.he two brothers separated in 1947 were recently reunited after 74 years.

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    Pak Boy, 14, Shoots Dead Entire Family Under PUBG Influence: Police

    A 14-year-old boy shot dead his entire family, including mother and two minor sisters, allegedly "under the influence" of online game PUBG, police in the capital of Pakistan's Punjab province said on Friday.

    Southeast Asia
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    AUKUS vs. QUAD: A Reality Check

    THE past week saw the US’s hard push to contain China in its own backyard, by the formation of a new defence agreement known as AUKUS, with no precedent in diplomatic world.

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    Pak Rangers Draw 'Red Line' As Banned TLP Begins March

    Prime Minister Imran Khan, who presided over the meeting, told the participants that "no group or entity will be allowed to cause public disruption or use violence to pressure the government."

    South Asia
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    Pakistan To Treat Banned Religious Party As 'Militant Group'

    Pakistani government has decided to treat outlawed Islamist group Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) as a "militant organisation" after many days of failed negotiations with the outfit.

    South Asia
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    Pakistan, Iran agree to boost defence cooperation

    The chiefs of the armed forces of Pakistan and Iran have agreed to further enhance defence cooperation and working together for regional peace and unified response to a common enemy – terrorism.

    South Asia
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    Pakistan, Iran discuss strengthening of bilateral ties

    The members of the Iran-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship Group discussed the strengthening of bilateral relations and the enhancing of parliamentary cooperation.

    South Asia
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    Legislation in US Senate seeks report on Pak's role in Taliban offensive

    A legislation has been introduced in the US Senate seeking a report from the Secretary of State about his assessment of Pakistan's role in the Taliban offensive that led.

    Central Asia
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    Pakistani court sentences woman school principal to death for committing blasphemy

    The district and sessions court on Monday handed down the death sentence to Salma Tanvir, principal of a private school in Nishtar Colony, and imposed a fine of PKR.

    South Asia
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    In sync with US, China, Pakistan on Taliban: Russia at UNGA

    Russia, China, Pakistan, and the United States are working together to ensure that Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers keep their promises, especially to form a genuinely.

    Central Asia

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