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Hundreds to march towards disputed Kashmir border Hundreds to march towards disputed Kashmir border
Hundreds of Kashmiris belonging to a pro-independence group are set to march toward the Line of Control (LoC) – the de facto border that divides disputed Kashmir valley between Pakistan and India. The rally billed as “Freedom March” will protest New Delhi’s move to scrap the special status of Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) in August. It is being organised by the Azad Kashmir chapter of Jammu ...
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US envoy meets Taliban as Pakistan pushes for Afghan peace deal US envoy meets Taliban as Pakistan pushes for Afghan peace deal
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is making valiant efforts to break the stalemate between the United States and Afghan Taliban as it has arranged first direct meeting between the two sides in Islamabad since the peace process collapsed last month. A Pakistani official privy to the development confirmed to The Express Tribune that US special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad and Taliban representatives, led by Mullah...
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Pakistan sets stage for US-Taliban talks revival Pakistan sets stage for US-Taliban talks revival
ISLAMABAD: Hopes for a negotiated settlement to the Afghan conflict revived on Wednesday with the arrival of the US special envoy for Afghanistan reconciliation and Taliban political negotiators in the federal capital. It was unclear if the two main sides to the conflict would meet for the first time since US President Donald Trump scuttled talks between Washington and the insurgents, slammin...
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PM Imran felicitates ‘steadfast friend China’ on 70th National Day PM Imran felicitates ‘steadfast friend China’ on 70th National Day
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday felicitated China on its 70th National Day, saying he has always admired the country for its development and fight against corruption. Writing on his official Twitter handle, the premier said: “Today on the 70th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China I want to extend our nation’s greetings to our true & steadfast friend China. I have always admired Ch...
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Munir Akram replaces Maleeha Lodhi as Pakistan's ambassador to UN Munir Akram replaces Maleeha Lodhi as Pakistan's ambassador to UN
ISLAMABAD: Barely days after his what many believe successful visit to the United Nations, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday removed the country’s permanent representative to the UN in New York Dr Maleeha Lodhi and appointed veteran diplomat Munir Akram as new envoy to the world body’s headquarters. The development is seen as surprising since many including government ministers praised Lodh...
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India's actions in occupied Kashmir inching towards the unthinkable: FM Qureshi India's actions in occupied Kashmir inching towards the unthinkable: FM Qureshi
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi reiterated his warnings regarding the precarious situation in occupied Kashmir and said Indian actions in the disputed region are inching towards the unthinkable. In an op-ed in CNN Online, the foreign minister wrote that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to revoke the special status of Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) has reminded people of extre...
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If war imposed by India, we will fight till the end: PM Imran says in UNGA speech If war imposed by India, we will fight till the end: PM Imran says in UNGA speech
Prime Minister Imran Khan, in his maiden speech at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Friday, said Pakistan would fight till the end if India imposed a war in case of any Pulwama-like situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK). “If a conventional war starts between the two countries, anything could happen. But supposing a country seven times smaller than its neighbour is faced with t...
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Illicit financial flows devastating developing countries, PM Imran tells UN event Illicit financial flows devastating developing countries, PM Imran tells UN event
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday said that while it is true that illicit financial flows adversely affect wealthy countries, such movement of ill-gotten money is "devastating the developing countries" across the world. The premier was addressing an event called 'High-Level Dialogue on Financing for Development' at the United Nations in New York, on the sidelines of the 74th session of the ...
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'Modi is a terrorist': Pakistanis, Sikhs stage counter Modi rally in Houston 'Modi is a terrorist': Pakistanis, Sikhs stage counter Modi rally in Houston
HOUSTON: Thousands of Pakistanis, Sikhs and members of human rights organisations on Sunday staged a protest rally in Houston, Texas to condemn the Modi-led government’s human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) which escalate after New Delhi’s move on Kashmir. The Indian government has imposed draconian measures including use of brutal force and a communications blackout after...
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PM Imran reaches New York to attend UNGA session PM Imran reaches New York to attend UNGA session
Prime Minister Imran Khan reached New York on Saturday on a week-long visit to attend the UN General Assembly session and be part of a host of other activities, including a meeting President Donald Trump. He was received by Pakistan’s UN ambassador Maleeha Lodhi, US envoy and other senior officials. The highlight of the prime minister’s US visit is his maiden address to the UN General Assemb...
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