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Indian national Uzma, forced to marry Pakistani man, returns to India
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"India's daughter" Uzma says Pakistan a "death well"

[India], May 25 (ANI): Indian national Uzma, who was forced to marry a Pakistan man at gunpoint, on Thursday thanked External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Indian High Commission officials in Islamabad for facilitating her safe return home. "I want to ... Sify, 21 minutes ago
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Three Pakistanis held in Bengaluru with Indian identity cards

Three suspected Pakistan nationals, including two women, were arrested in the city with fake Indian identity cards and fake passports, police said on Thursday."The suspects from Karachi in Pakistan have been identified as Khasif Shamshuddin, 30, his wife ...
 Prokerala4 hours ago Bengaluru: 3 Pak nationals among four arrested staying illegal in city  Deccan Herald5 hours ago Bengaluru: 3 Pakistan nationals among 4 detained by cops for forging documents to stay in India  India Today6 hours ago UN rejects Pak claim that Indian troops targeted UN vehicle near LoC  Rediff.com10 hours ago
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Kulbhushan Jadhav case at ICJ: Pakistan parliamentary panel unhappy with govt response

A Pakistani parliamentary panel on national security has expressed dissatisfaction over the government's response on Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav's case at the ICJ and sought more information about its strategy to defend the case at the next hearing. The ...
 First Post.com23 hours ago Pakistan parliament panel unhappy over legal team's performance at ICJ  Prokerala1 day ago Pak to forcefully defend its position at ICJ in Jadhav case  DNA1 day ago Pak to turn to China to offset its isolation: US spymaster  DNA1 day ago
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UN refutes Pakistan's allegations, denies its observers were attacked by Indian Army on LoC

Refuting Pakistan's allegations, the United Nation (UN) has denied that its observers in Kashmir came under attack from the Indian army in the valley.
 DNA11 hours ago Pak claims UN observers attacked by Indian Army near LoC, world body denies  Sify9 hours ago
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Sharif snub at Trump's Riyadh event a 'national humiliation': Pak Media

After Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was denied a speech at the American-Islamic summit on counter-terrorism, the Pakistan media frowned over the development, branding it as 'national humiliation'. "The PM was effectively gagged at the American-Islamic summit on ...
 catchnews.com1 day ago Sharif didn't speak at Riyadh summit due to 'time shortage': Pak  Sify5 hours ago Nawaz Sharif calls for united effort to combat terror, calls Pakistan 'a victim'  DNA2 days ago
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EAM Sushma Swaraj welcomes 'India's daughter' Uzma

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday welcomed Indian national Uzma, who had accused her Pakistani husband of marrying her at gunpoint, even as she expressed regret over her plight.Taking to Twitter, the External Affair Minister also empathised ...
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CPEC may fuel Indo-Pak tension: UN report

[Thailand] May 24 (ANI): A recent United Nations report has said that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) might create geopolitical tensions with India and ignite political instability as the India-Pakistan dispute over Kashmir is a matter of concern.
 Sify1 day ago CPEC may create more India-Pakistan tension: UN report  Sify1 day ago

Two Chinese nationals abducted in Pakistan

Two Chinese, including a woman, were abducted today by gunmen from the volatile Balochistan province, an incident that may raise concerns in China over its massive investment plans in Pakistan. The two were abducted from Jinnah Town area of provincial capital ...
 Business Standard1 day ago
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Two Chinese nationals kidnapped in Pakistan - provincial spokesman

Two Chinese nationals working in Pakistan were kidnapped on Wednesday in the city of Quetta, a provincial government spokesman said, in the latest attack on workers from China likely to raise concern about its investment plans.
 DNA1 day ago Two Chinese language teachers kidnapped in Pakistan  Reuters1 day ago Two Chinese nationals kidnapped at gunpoint from Quetta  Sify1 day ago
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Indian woman 'forced into marriage' in Pak allowed to return home

The Islamabad High Court on Wednesday granted permission to Indian national Uzma, who accused a Pakistani man of forcibly marrying her, to return to her country, Pakistan-based Geo TV reported. The court ordered that police to provide security to the Indian woman till the Wagah Border Crossing. Her husband Tahir Ali had expressed his desire to meet Uzma in private to which the court said that could hold a meeting in his chamber. However, Uzma refused to meet him.Uzmas lawyer ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Pakistani court allows Indian woman to return home  Asia Net India1 day ago Pak court allows Indian woman to return home  Business Standard1 day ago Islamabad HC asks Indian woman 'forced to marry at gunpoint', husband to record statements  DNA3 days ago
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