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Pakistan Army accuses India of destabilising economic corridor with China
International Business Times India

Pakistan arrests 59 Indian fishermen for poaching

At least 59 Indian fishermen were arrested in Pakistan for poaching in the country's waters, the media reported on Friday. The Indian fishermen were arrested by the Maritime Security Agency (MSA) on Thursday while they were fishing in the ... South Asia Monitor, 4 weeks ago
Pakistan Army accuses India of destabilising economic corridor with China International Business Times India, 2 weeks ago
Pakistan army chief accuses India of undermining China investment corridor International Business Times India, 2 weeks ago
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DNA India

Indian probe team unlikely to be allowed to visit Pakistan

Pakistan envoy Abdul Basit said the whole investigation is not about question of reciprocity and is about cooperation between the two countries in probing the Pathankot attack. "It is very difficult for me to say. But at this stage... the whole ...
 Jagran Post3 weeks ago No return invite: India probe team not going to Pak  Economic Times3 weeks ago Pathankot attack: Indian probe team unlikely to be allowed to visit Pakistan  Financial Express3 weeks ago Pathankot terror attack: Indian probe team unlikely to be allowed to visit Pakistan  Times of India3 weeks ago
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Iran, Pakistan to stage joint naval drills

Iran and Pakistan will hold joint naval drills in the Persian Gulf waters later on Tuesday.The drills will be held in cooperation with a Pakistani flotilla of warships that has been staying in Iran's southern port city of Bandar Abbas for the past four days, ...
 Prokerala1 week ago
Pakistan Observer

Nuclearisation of Indian Ocean

Home Articles Nuclearisation of Indian Ocean Like Maimuna Ashraf Pakistan lately expressed concern over the latest Indian test of a submarine capable of firing nuclear ballistic missiles, saying the act will impact the delicate strategic ...
 Pakistan Observer12 hours ago Nuclear Armed Submarines: Menacing Murky South Asia OpEd  Eurasia Review4 days ago Nuclear doublespeak  Business Recorder3 weeks ago
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"India should talk to Pak from position of strength"

New Delhi, Apr 28 (PTI) Congress today raised the Pathankot terror attack issue in the Lok Sabha and advised the Narendra Modi government to negotiate with Pakistan from a position of "strength" and not "emotions". Just before the House was to take ...
 Press Trust of India3 days ago India should talk to Pakistan from position of "strength": Congress  Rediff.com3 days ago Talk to Pakistan from position of strength: Congress advices Centre  DNA2 days ago India Should Talk To Pak From Position Of 'Strength': Congress  NDTV2 days ago
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Cong members create ruckus in Lok Sabha, accuse Govt of being soft towards Pakistan

New Delhi, Apr 28 : Expressing concern over the visit of an ISI agent as part of Pakistan's Joint Investigation Team(JIT) to Pathankot airbase and the attitude of Islamabad over the proposed visit of NIA, Congress members in the Lok Sabha today ...
 Newshence.com2 days ago Pakistan agreed its JIT wont get access to military personnel  DeshGujarat3 weeks ago
DNA India

Indo-Pak peace talk: Pakistan high commissioner Abdul Basit does a U-turn

After almost signalling burying of peace process a fortnight ago, Pakistan high commissioner in India Abdul Basit took a U-turn on Friday evening, saying the leaderships in India and Pakistan were "determined" to pursue the peace process. ...
 DNA India1 week ago Pak envoy says talks with India stand suspended, hints won't allow NIA visit  IBNLive3 weeks ago Abdul Basit's 'suspended talks' remark: Pakistan High Commissioner should be sent back, says Subramanian Swamy  DNA India3 weeks ago Pak envoy says peace process currently suspended  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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India responds to a changing West Asia

India's Middle East policy is now entering interesting times. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's visit to Tehran this week days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Saudi Arabia is an indication that New Delhi is serious about its ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago US-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue: Series Of Expectations OpEd  Eurasia Review4 weeks ago Time for India to play tough with Nepal  Rediff.com1 month ago Sushma Swaraj to meet Sartaj Aziz in Nepal tomorrow: Report  ZeeNews.com1 month ago
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India, Afghanistan hold bilateral talks

CHANDIGARH: While city residents are reeling under a water crisis, around 40 fountains (big and small) in various gardens, green belts and other parts of the city, which come within the purview of the Municipal Corporation, are getting potable water ...
 Chandigarh Tribune5 days ago
DNA India

Why China considers Pakistan its only true ally in the region

The recently expanded Gwadar deep water port in Pakistan that is part of the so-called China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is nearing completion. According to Zhang Baozhong, chairman and CEO of China Overseas Ports Holding Company Ltd, The port ...
 DNA India1 week ago CPEC: A game changer across the continents  Business Recorder1 week ago China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: A game changer  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago India's Mourning over CPEC and Sinister Designs in GB India's Mou  4 Traders3 weeks ago
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