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Army foils infiltration bids, Pakistan resorts to drone terrorism; India reiterates pledge to reclaim Pakistan occupied Kashmir
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Pakistan Army started its process of 'catharsis': Gen Bajwa
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"This is the reality that there have been mistakes from every institution, including political parties and civil society," Bajwa said at the Defence Day event, Dawn reported. In the final part of his speech, the outgoing COAS said he wanted say a few words on "political matters". The army chief said that armies around the world are seldom criticised "but our army is often subjected to criticism".
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How Kashmir's irreversible integration with India became anathema for Pakistan?
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Delhi had done with one stroke what seemed impossible to the common Kashmiri. He had prided himself on his special place in the polity of Indian states for over seven decades. While he could buy land and establish business anywhere else in the country, none from other states of India had the privilege of establishing residence or business in J&K.
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US for Pakistan developing 'responsible relationship' with India: Antony Blinken
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After talks with Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Antony Blinken made the remark at an event commemorating 75 years of relations between the two countries that have ranged from Islamabad joining two military pacts, CENTO and SEATO to betraying Washington by harbouring Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden who waged war on the US.
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Pakistan minister says power plant imported from India under a policy formulated during Imran Khan's tenure
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In a statement, she claimed that the power plant was imported from India under a policy and law formulated during Imran Khan's tenure, Samaa TV reported. "There is a high court order on installation of grid station on July 18, 2022," she said while clarifying the two issues discussed in the audio leak of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Samaa TV reported.
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Mijito Vinito
Peace possible in sub-continent when Pakistan ends terror, comes clean: Indian diplomat
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Replying to Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif's attacks on India at the high-level UN General Assembly meeting on Friday, Vinito disputed his claims about wanting peace with New Delhi pointing out that Islamabad's actions do not match his words.
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Pakistan rejects 'Indian propaganda' on Neelum-Jhelum project
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Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Asim Iftikhar told a press briefing on Thursday that India was once again churning out false and baseless reports about the hydropower project, Dawn reported. He said a fault was detected in the project and is currently undergoing remedial works for which the entity concerned, Gezhouba Group of China, has been contacted. Iftikhar said the group has already attained full mobilisation at the site and at present the work was proceeding smoothly without any interruption and completion of the project was expected in 2023.
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Antonio Guterres says India considers Kashmir bilateral matter, turns down mediation offer
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Antonio Guterres, who is on a visit to Pakistan to show "solidarity" with the victims of the floods, told reporters: "On the other hand, we have been very active in relation to the clear affirmation that human rights must be respected". Addressing a news conference in Islamabad with Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari at his side, he said that he was "always offering" his good offices for mediation".
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Lahore traders seek permission for vegetable import from India
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LCCI President Nauman Kabir urged the government to grant permission to import vegetables from India to control its prices, Geo News reported. "The recent floods have destroyed crops of tomato, onion, potato and other vegetables across the country," he said, adding that the crisis is expected to prevail for the next three months.
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Pakistan refuses to end Kashmir obsession, rules out war, focuses on proxy war
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After Narendra Modi took over as the Prime Minister of India in 2014, he made it clear that talks and terror cannot go together. If Pakistan is really serious about restoring permanent peace then it should give up its obsession with Kashmir and stop sponsoring terror. Then only it can build a healthy relationship with India. Just talking about peace is not enough.
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