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Afghan President Ashraf Ghani snubs Sartaj Aziz, quotes Taliban on safe haven in Pak
Indian Express

'Want dignified relations, not charity', Ghani snubs Pak

Kabul [Afghanistan], Dec. 7 (ANI): Days after Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani snubbed Pakistan's USD 500 million aid at the Heart of Asia conference in India, he said Wednesday that Kabul wants dignified relations with its neighbors, not ... Yahoo! India, 14 minutes ago

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DNA

'Eliminate Taliban sanctuaries in Pak to win Afghan war'

A former US Army official has said that to win the war against Taliban in Afghanistan, it is essential to destroy their safe havens in Pakistan, alleging that Pak military provides intelligence, training and logistics assistance to them. "What's ...
 Business Standard8 hours ago Eliminate Taliban Sanctuaries in Pakistan to Win Afghan War, Says Ex-US Army Official  News18.com8 hours ago Need to eliminate Taliban sanctuaries in Pak to win war in Afghanistan: Former Vice Chief of US army  DNA2 hours ago
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Hindustan Times

How Heart of Asia meet survived Indo-Pak hostility

The sixth ministerial conference of Heart of Asia - Istanbul process to help the political and economic transition of Afghanistan on Sunday managed to sidestep Indo-Pak rivalry that often derails regional initiatives. The conference in Amritsar ...
 Hindustan Times2 days ago Remote possibility of thaw in Pak-India ties: Sartaj  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago Ghani salvo at Pak on terror  The Echo Of India2 days ago India's efforts to divide Pak-Afghan won't go far, says ...  The Nation Pakistan2 days ago
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The Afghan-Pak Chilly Relations Linger

We need to identify cross-border terrorism and a fund to combat terrorism. Pakistan has pledged $500m for Afghanistan's development. This amount can be spent to contain extremism. Afghanistan suffered the highest number of casualties last year. This ...
 Daily Outlook1 day ago

Af-Pak chessboard waits for Trump's moves

He had promised to withdraw the remainder of US troops from Afghanistan during the election campaign. That would put a question mark over Ashraf Ghani's survival Speculation has begun about how US President -elect Donald J Trump will make his ...
 Tehelka1 day ago
India-West

Pak must wind up terror

That the group of forty countries of the world including Russia and the US called Heart of Asia has not passed Afghan President's proposal for a framework to effectively deal with terrorism, shows how terrorism is politicised by some countries of ...
 Daily Excelsior.com6 hours ago Indian, Afghan Leaders Urge End to Supporting Terrorism, at Heart of Asia Meet  India-West1 day ago Afghanistan, India press for collective efforts against terrorism  Hindustan Times2 days ago Amid Indo-Pak tensions, Heart of Asia conference begins with focus on tackling terror  DNA India4 days ago
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Firstpost.com

After Ghani raps Pak on terror, Sartaj Aziz says Afghanistan's comments meant to please India

Islamabad :India's efforts to "spoil" Pak-Afghan ties will not succeed, Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said as he downplayed Afghan President's criticism of Pakistan's support to terrorism, saying it was meant ...
 Firstpost.com2 days ago India's bid to 'spoil' Pakistan-Afghanistan ties will not succeed: Sartaj Aziz  Financial Express2 days ago India's Bid To 'Spoil' Pak-Afghan Ties Will Not Succeed: Sartaj Aziz  Outlook India2 days ago India's bid to spoil Pak-Afghan ties will not succeed: Aziz  Navhind Times1 day ago
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MSN News US

Ghani echoes Modi on Pak terror

Afghanistan on Sunday joined India to lambast Pakistan for sheltering terrorists and exporting terror in its neighbourhood. Jointly inaugurating the sixth Heart of Asia Ministerial Conference at Amritsar in Punjab with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago Don't Need Your $500 Mn, Use it to Fight Terror Instead: Afghan to Pak  News18.com2 days ago 'Pak backing terror in Afghanistan'  MSN News US2 days ago India: Pak free to attend Afghan meet in Punjab  Asian Age1 month ago
Millennium Post

Aziz day early for Amritsar meet

HEART OF ASIA Pak de facto foreign minister sends get-well wishes to ailing Swaraj Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani at the Golden Temple in Amritsar on Saturday. PTI Simran Sodhi Tribune News Service ...
 Chandigarh Tribune3 days ago Modi, Ghani reach Amritsar; will open Afghan peace meet on Sunday  News Track India3 days ago Modi, Ghani target Pak on terror & trade  The Telegraph2 months ago Modi serves langar at Golden Temple  Millennium Post2 days ago
Firstpost.com

Heart of Asia Summit: Russian envoy says India, Pak shouldn't use HoA to score brownie points

Amritsar : Russia's special envoy on Afghanistan, on Sunday, said all parties involved in the war-torn country's reconstruction must work together and that the Heart of Asia was not the platform for India and Pakistan to score brownie points. ...
 Firstpost.com2 days ago India, Pak shouldn't use HoA platform to score brownie points: Russian envoy  Deccan Herald2 days ago
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