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    India,Pak to hold talks over water talks in US

    The secretary-level dialogue between Pakistan and India on Indus water treaty will be held either by the end of April or beginning of May in Washington, the Pakistani media reported on Tuesday.

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    India warns Pakistan against executing 'spy'

    India on Tuesday warned Pakistan that bilateral ties will be hit if it went ahead with the death sentence awarded to alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav.

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    India:Muslim man killed by mob for dating Hindu girl

    Mohammad Shalik, 20, was set upon by dozens of people from the town where he lived after he was spotted dropping off his girlfriend on his scooter near her home in the Gumla district of eastern Jharkhand.

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    Israel, India ink $2 billion missile deal

    Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), in a statement released on Thursday, announced that the deal will include medium-range surface-to-air missile (MRSAM) systems, which is known in Israel as the Barak 8.

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    China threatens interference in Kashmir

    Chinese media on Thursday said that India, in a “clumsy and rude move”, is using the Dalai Lama “as a diplomatic tool to put pressure on China” and that Beijing could in turn interfere in “turbulent” Kashmir.

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    4 Pak Army soldiers lay down lives in Lahore blast

    Four Pakistani soldiers were among six people killed and 18 injured in a targeted attack on army men escorting a census team by a young suicide bomber here, the latest in a series of bombings to hit the country.

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    India, Britain talk up post-Brexit trade prospects

    India and Britain on Tuesday talked up their prospects of developing a new trading relationship, as their finance ministers met to prepare for the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union.

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    Dalai Lama’s Arunachal visit will hurt India-China ties,say experts

    Relations between India and China seem to be headed for a diplomatic chill over the nine-day visit of Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama to Arunachal Pradesh from Tuesday.

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    'Trump may get involved in India-Pak peace process'

    The US is concerned about the state of India-Pakistan relations and President Donald Trump himself may get involved in a peace process between the two South Asian antagonists.

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    Modi urges Kashmir youth to choose tourism over terrorism

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the youth of occupied Kashmir on Sunday to choose tourism and development, shortly after inaugurating a $574 million highway tunnel in the disputed valley.

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    Pakistan, Russia and China inch closer to formal alliance

    For well over two decades, Islamabad and Moscow competed against each other to pursue their interests. But that is history now. The two are all set to become part of a possible alliance in a dramatic .

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    Why Kashmir is on the brink of another hot summer

    When we are sitting on the brink of another year of unrest, the conditions that are important to a cosmetic engagement, let alone a meaningful dialogue, remain absent.

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    Shared interests behind Pak,Russia defense ties

    Shared strategic interests, new regional alignments and reduced role of the U.S. in the Middle East are major factors behind the growing military cooperation between Pakistan and Russia.

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    Indian state to give life sentence for cow slaughter

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state of Gujarat on Friday increased the punishment for cow slaughter from seven years to life imprisonment as Hindu hardliners push for tougher protection.

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    Car Bomb Attack In Busy Pakistan Market, 22 Killed

    An unidentified person parked an explosive laden car next to women’s entrance of the Imambargah and soon a massive explosion shook the area. Frantic bystanders were seen rushing to help the wounded.

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    Trump invites Modi to US

    United States (US) President Donald Trump invited Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit the US later this year, during a phone call on Tuesday in which the leaders discussed economic and defence cooperation.

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    Maldives fights rumours of Island sales to Saudi with a clampdown on the media,critics

    In the island state of the Maldives, which consists of 20 island clusters or atolls, Faafu is often called the 21st atoll. In other words, at the very bottom of the government’s priority.

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    Pakistan takes dim view of Indo-US maritime pact

    Pakistan has voiced serious concerns over growing strategic partnership between India and the United States saying the ‘logistic exchange pact’ between the two countries has put the vision.

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    Pakistan takes dim view of Indo-US maritime pact

    Pakistan has voiced serious concerns over growing strategic partnership between India and the United States saying the ‘logistic exchange pact’ between the two countries has put the vision.

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    Pak Govt Draws Ire Over Raheel Sharif’s New Role

    The news of Gen (retd) Raheel Sharif’s possible joining of the alliance first surfaced in January when Asif said the former army chief had applied for a ‘no-objection certificate’ for the job.

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    61 bodies found in Mosul 10 days after air strike

    Iraq’s military said on Sunday that 61 bodies were recovered from a collapsed building that the militant Islamic State group had booby-trapped in west Mosul.

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    India set to host maritime meet with Pak

    The last session of talks between Pakistan and India over maritime security took place in July 2016 in Islamabad when an Indian delegation visited Pakistan for the first time after the Pathankot attack. 

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    Muslim world to raise online sacrilege at UN

    Envoys of 21 Muslim countries met here to discuss blasphemous contents against Islam on social media and decided to adopt a joint strategy to counter it.

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    Pak hosts Afghan Taliban leaders to peace talks

    The Taliban said Pakistani officials have hosted a meeting with their leadership to try and press the insurgents into peace talks ahead of a multi-nation meeting in April in Moscow.

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