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Pakistan supports every effort for Afghan peace

AMRITSAR - Adviser to the PM on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz arrived in Indian city of Amritsar on Saturday evening, ahead of his scheduled arrival for the Heart of Asia conference on Sunday morning, in a change Indian officials said was necessitated ... The Nation Pakistan, 21 hours ago
Kashmir's hidden uprising Indian Express, 2 hours ago
Heart of Asia meet a slap on Pakistan's face The Freepress Journal, 3 hours ago

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War doesnt solve anything, Pakistan must take first step for peace with India: Mehbooba Mufti

On 28 October, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said that Pakistan should take the initiative to make peace with India as war is not the way to resolve differences. She also said that Pakistan should be the one to take the initiative, since the ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago Need to enforce Vajpayee's vision for peace in J-K: Mehbooba  Sify3 weeks ago Mehbooba seeks Pakistan cooperation for peace in J&K  Deccan Herald1 month ago

War no option, Pak should take initiative for peace: Mehbooba

War is not an option to resolve differences and Pakistan should take the initiative to make peace with India as the onus lies on it, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said here today. While pitching for better ties between India and ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Snubbed by India, Afghan; Pakistan pledges sincerity towards 'lasting peace'

At the receiving end of unprecedented attack by India and Afghanistan for its alleged complicity in aiding and supporting to terror elements, Pakistan today said it has "unflinching commitment for lasting peace in Afghanistan and the region". "It is ...
 NetIndia123.com8 hours ago Afghanistan lauds India's 'no strings attached' support  Ani News14 hours ago

Pakistan didn't initiate Kashmir unrest, says ex-CM IoK

SRINAGAR: Former chief minister of Indian-Occupied-Kashmir(IoK) Omar Abdullah on Saturday said that the cause of unrest in the disputed valley was not initiated by Pakistan but due to Indian State policies. He said that the Indian state scapegoat ...
 PakistanKaKhudaHafiz.com14 hours ago Both India, Pak have to take initiative: Omar  Kashmir Times4 days ago Look beyond politics in cross-border trade: Omar  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Omar blames Govt for deteriorating security situation  Daily Excelsior.com4 days ago

Decision reversal in Pak Anti-Terrorism Act detrimental to peace in sub-continent: Defence expert

[India], Oct. 22 (ANI): Defence expert Major General P.K. Sehgal on Saturday condemned the Pakistan government's decision to reverse its order on people having suspected links with terrorists and removal of names under the Anti-terrorism Act, saying such a ...
 Sify1 month ago Recalibrate policies, take tough decisions against Pakistan, says expert  Sify3 weeks ago Defence Expert lauds PM for trying to build consensus against Pak  Sify2 months ago

Time to Isolate and Disintegrate Pakistan

'India should stop claiming that a united Pakistan is in India's interests.''Pakistan's break-up is a necessity for peace and progress in the region,' says Major General Mrinal Suman (retd). It is India's great misfortune that it has been cursed with a neighbour like Pakistan. A nation born out of hatred needs hatred for its continued sustenance. Over a period of time, like a cancerous tumour, hatred for India has made deep inroads into Pakistan's national psyche. It has been devouring its ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Cooperate with India on Uri probe: US Senators to Pak

Expressing concern over initial indications that the Uri terror attack emanated from Pakistan, two influential United States senators on Thursday called on Islamabad to fully cooperate with India to bring to justice the perpetrators. "We are greatly concerned about initial indications that the perpetrators of this attack were Pakistani and that the attack emanated from Pakistan. If true, this attack would be just the latest in a series of deadly attacks in India conducted by Pakistan-based ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago US senators condemn 'cowardly' Uri attack, offer condolences  Sify2 months ago 17 soldiers killed in terror attack in Uri, PM Modi condemns attack  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Govt should emphasise on return of peace in Kashmir: Congress

In the backdrop of the deteriorating relationship between India and Pakistan, following the killing of 18 Indian army personnel by militants from across the border at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir recently, the Congress today said the governments "emphasis" should ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Separatists will not allow peace to return in J-K  Sify2 months ago

The voices of peace opposing war in India and...

When 24-year-old Aliya Harir left her home in Islamabad, Pakistan, for India on September 27, tensions between the neighbouring nuclear-armed countries were running high. A little over a week earlier, 19 Indian soldiers had been killed in an ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 week ago
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