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China firmly with Pakistan, says Beijing and Islamabad raises Kashmir in top talks

China on Tuesday assured Pakistan of firm support to protect its territorial integrity and dignity during a high-level bilateral strategic dialogue in Beijing. At this meeting, Islamabad had raised the “rapidly deteriorating” situation in Kashmir and called on New Delhi...
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No terrorists will be allowed to attack from Pakistani soil: Imran Khan

No terrorists will be allowed to attack from Pakistani soil: Imran Khan

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said no militant group would be allowed to operate from Pakistani soil to carry out attacks abroad, days after his government announced a sweeping crackdown against Islamist militant organisations.Pakistan faces gr...
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Peace Plan for India and Pakistan Already Exists

Peace Plan for India and Pakistan Already Exists

A path toward resolving the Kashmir dispute, negotiated in the mid-2000s, deserves another look. India and Pakistan don’t have to be on the brink of war. Negotiators painstakingly put together a way out of the crisis and a road map...
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Need a peaceful not military solution for Kashmir: Erna Solberg Norway Prime Minister

Need a peaceful not military solution for Kashmir: Erna Solberg Norway Prime Minister

Norway Prime Minister Erna Solberg on Monday batted for a peaceful approach to resolving the Kashmir conflict and reducing tensions between India and Pakistan. Asked if a military solution is possible in Kashmir, Solberg said, “I personally don’t believe t...
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We were close to war: Asif Ghafoor

We were close to war: Asif Ghafoor

Pakistan Wednesday said the ball is now in India’s court following Islamabad’s “peace gesture” of releasing an Indian Air Force pilot but warned that the situation will “go bad” if New Delhi decides to opt for further escalation. The remarks...
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Nobel laureates urge Imran, Modi to defuse tensions

Nobel laureates urge Imran, Modi to defuse tensions

Fifty nine Nobel laureates have written letters to the Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan urging them to “defuse the rising tensions” between the two countries, according to a statement.A letter signed by the Nobel laureates, under the aegis of....
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Questions arise about ‘Vintage Military’ after India loses Dogfight to Pakistan

Questions arise about ‘Vintage Military’ after India loses Dogfight to Pakistan

It was an inauspicious moment for a military the United States is banking on to help keep an expanding China in check. An Indian Air Force pilot found himself in a dogfight last week with a warplane from the Pakistani...
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Imran Khan Vs Narendra Modi: Who won the war of perception?

Imran Khan Vs Narendra Modi: Who won the war of perception?

With the release of the Indian pilot captured by Pakistan, tensions between the two nuclear-armed countries over the attack in Kashmir are expected to abate. So who won the battle of perception during the crisis? On Thursday afternoon Pakistani Prime...
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‘Killing 300 militants inside Pakistan’, International media questions Indian claims

‘Killing 300 militants inside Pakistan’, International media questions Indian claims

India claimed it killed 300 odd Jaish militants in an air-strike inside Pakistan. Several international media outlets found these claims untrue and reported no significant damage. On Tuesday morning, news blared across Indian TV studios that India has suc...
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In brewing Kashmir Crisis, India and Pakistan brace themselves for new turbulence

In brewing Kashmir Crisis, India and Pakistan brace themselves for new turbulence

India’s air strikes and Pakistan’s response are a major shift in the India-Pakistan conflict, says Priya Chacko, lecturer at the University of Adelaide. On Tuesday, India launched air strikes targeting what it claimed was the biggest training camp of the.....
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