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India's decision to seal Pakistan border irrational: Chinese experts
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India's decision to seal Pakistan border irrational: Chinese e...

Wang Dehua, director of the Institute for Southern and Central Asian Studies at the Shanghai Municipal Centre for International Studies, said that a sealed border would only disrupt peace efforts made by the two sides. India's move to completely ... Indian Express, 2 weeks ago

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Pakistan accuses India of sponsoring terrorism at Brussels conference

Sartaj Aziz while speaking at the European Institute of Asian Studies in Brussels accused India of sponsoring terrorist campaigns in Pakistan.
 India Today3 weeks ago PR No.36 SARTAJ AZIZ SPEAKS ON STRATEGIC VISION OF PAKISTAN AT THE EUROPEAN INSTITUTE OF ASIAN STUDIES BRUSSELS Brussels: October 4, 2016.  Press Information Department Pakistan3 weeks ago SARTAJ AZIZ SPEAKS ON STRATEGIC VISION OF PAKISTAN AT THE EUROPEAN INSTITUTE OF ASIAN STUDIES BRUSSELS Brussels: October 4, 2016.  Pakistan Press International3 weeks ago India, Afghanistan call for end to state-sponsored terrorism  Rediff.com1 month ago

Senator concerned over radioactive leak at Delhi Airport

ISLAMABAD - The President Centre for Pakistan and Gulf Studies (CPGS), PPP Senator Sehar Kamran(TI) has raised strong concerns over reports of a radioactive leak at the New Delhi airport. The airport was reportedly sealed off 'after officials ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago

Pakistan pursuing policy to promote, safeguard national interest

Without engaging Pakistan, stability of Afghanistan a remote possibility Zubair Qureshi Islamabad—The Area Studies experts and international scholars have emphatically stated that without active participation of Pakistan in the ongoing ...
 Pakistan Observer3 weeks ago

The Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) in Pakistan

( Department of Education and Professional Studies, Social Science & Public Policy, King's College, University of London, United Kingdom. ) Abstract The Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) has significantly reduced the worldwide ...
 JPMA2 weeks ago What if we fail to eradicate polio?  Deutsche Welle2 weeks ago

Busted Pakistani spy ring may have roots in BSF

The Pakistan High Commission staffer, who was detained for his alleged involvement in an espionage ring, belongs to the Baloch regiment of the Pakistani Army and was on deputation to the Inter-Services Intelligence, Pakistan's spy agency, since 2013. Investigators probing the case suspect more people from the mission may be involved in the espionage ring. Sources in Delhi Police also did not rule out possible involvement of some Border Security Force personnel in the racket as they believe the ...
 Rediff.com18 hours ago More people from Pak mission may be involved in ISI spy ring: police  Asian Age19 hours ago More from Pak Mission may be involved in spy racket: sleuths  Deccan Herald19 hours ago More people in Pakistani mission may be involved in ISI spy ring: police  Asian Age16 hours ago

After World Bank, Asian Development Bank won’t fund Pak’s Indus dam

The Asian Development Bank has refused to fund the $14 billion dam project that Pakistan has planned on the Indus river in Pakitan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). The World Bank too had declined to fund the project two years ago following Islamabad’s refusal to ...
 Asian Age12 hours ago ADB declines to fund Pak's big dam project in PoK  Deccan Herald23 hours ago Asian Development Bank declines to fund Pakistan dam project  Sify1 day ago

British lawmaker comes down heavily on Pakistan for atrocities in Bangladesh

Belgium: Dr. Charles Tannock, Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the United Kingdom (U.K.) and Conservative Party's spokesman for Foreign Affairs, has criticised Pakistan and the Jamaat-e-Islami (JEI) for their role in the atrocities committed in ...
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Pak envoy slams India for trying to isolate it on terror

Amid simmering tension in Indo-Pak ties, Pakistan today slammed India for trying to isolate it on terrorism, saying the country has been the worst victim of the menace even as it called for sustained diplomacy to forge an "effective cooperative paradigm" to ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago BRICS Summit Opens Today: South Asian tensions to dominate  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago South Asian tensions seen dominating Indian BRICS summit  CNBC2 weeks ago Almost 40% of Indias children are stunted, says global hunger report  catchnews.com2 weeks ago
India Today

Pakistani boy, 7, beaten by classmates for being Muslim, family leaves 'Trump's America'

A boy of Pakistan origin, aged 7, was thrashed by five of his classmates on school bus in US for allegedly being a Muslim. His father wrote about the horrific incident on social media, and said this was ' Donald Trump's America'. The photo ...
 India Today2 weeks ago Donald Trump's America? Pakistani boy beaten up in school bus for 'being Muslim'  DNA India2 weeks ago Pakistani First Grader Beaten, Bullied On US Schoolbus 'Because He's Muslim'  NDTV2 weeks ago Welcome to Trump's America: Pak boy beaten on US school bus for 'being Muslim'  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago
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