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Afghan Taliban core strategic asset for Pak: Ex-US diplomat

Pakistan considers the Afghan Taliban as its "core strategic asset" and is unlikely to abandon the militant group as Islamabad's Afghanistan policy is about "geo-strategic manoeuvring" against India, a former American diplomat has said. DNA, 2 months ago
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How Pakistan crossed the LoC and beheaded 2 soldiers

An Indian Army patrol team was taken by surprise by a group of Pakistani special forces who had set up an ambush more than 250 metres deep inside Indian territory early Monday morning and beheaded two security personnel. Pakistan’s Border Action Team set up the ambush and waited for long for the patrol team, while Pakistani troops attacked two forward posts with rockets and mortar bombs along the Line of Control in the Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir. “It was a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Fallen Indian soldiers might have walked into death  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Pak hangs 2 'hard core' militants convicted by military courts

Pakistan has hanged two "hard core" Taliban terrorists convicted of terrorism-related offenses by controversial military courts which were revived after two years ignoring opposition from rights groups. The executions were carried out at a high-security ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Pakistan: 'Hard core' Taliban terrorists hanged by military courts  DNA2 months ago

Pak's BAT attack in J&K: 2 Indian soldiers & one attacker killed

In second such attack in less than two months, Pakistani soldiers on Thursday carried out an attack 600 metres inside Indian territory along the Line of Control (LoC) in Krishna Ghati sector of Poonch district in Jammu and Kashmir killing two Indian soldiers.
 Deccan Herald2 days ago
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'Kashmiris are going nowhere'

'Their redemption is here. Definitely not in Pakistan.''They know if they step 20 steps on the other side of the Line of Control they will never return.''They will be ill treated.' IMAGE: A youth hurls a stone at security forces in the Kashmir valley. Photograph: Danish Ismail/Reuters What do Kashmiri stone pelters mean when they shout 'Azaadi'? What do the Kashmiris want? What are the factors destablising the Kashmir valley? What are the solutions? Did the September 28, 2016 surgical strikes ...
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Leaders should leave 'legacy of peace' not 'toxic harvest' of animosity: Sharif

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today congratulated India on becoming a member of the SCO along with Pakistan and said that leaders should leave a "legacy of peace and amity" for future generations and not a "toxic harvest" of conflict and animosity. In ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Terrorism a major threat to humanity: PM Modi attacks Pak at SCO in Sharif's presence  DNA2 weeks ago
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Why can't we have a better relationship with China?

'China's deep involvement in the stability and economic and political success of Pakistan actually produces some elements of congruence with India's core interest in a stable and productive relationship with Pakistan.''It is not far-fetched for us to pursue that congruence and with ingenuity work out with China a formula that also satisfies our formal position on PoK,' argues Ambassador Kishan S Rana.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Several weeks ago, at a book discussion in New Delhi, two ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Master Plan of China Pakistan Economic Corridor revealed  catchnews.com1 month ago Pakistan daily reveals master plan of CPEC  Sify1 month ago Check: Detail plan of CPEC explaining China's intentions and priorities in Pakistan revealed  DNA1 month ago
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Month after OBOR boycott, Modi, Xi discuss ways to better ties

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday underscored the need to respect each other's "core concerns" and appropriately handle the disputes as he held "cordial" talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping amid tensions in ties over a host of issues including the China Pakistan Economic Corridor and India's Nuclear Suppliers Group bid. The two leaders met in the Kazakh capital, Astana, on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Summit. It is their first meeting after India ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Modi meets Xi, calls for respecting each other's core concerns  Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago

Indo-Pak tensions a challenge for SCO: Chinese daily

Tensions between India and Pakistan over Kashmir would pose the largest challenge to the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) and its anti-terrorism mechanisms, a Chinese daily said today. "The inclusion of India and Pakistan will add to the political ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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India plans tough action against Pak for cross-border terror: US official

India is moving towards isolating Pakistan diplomatically and is considering punitive actions against Islamabad for its alleged support to cross border terrorism, a top American defence intelligence chief has said. "India has sought and continues to move to isolate Pakistan diplomatically and is considering punitive options to raise the cost to Islamabad for its alleged support to cross-border terrorism," Lt Gen Vincent Stewart, Director, Defence Intelligence Agency, told members of the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago India considering punitive actions against Pakistan, says US official  catchnews.com1 month ago
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