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Indian, Pak troops to take part in an exercise together

  TNN NEW DELHI: Indian and Pakistani combat troops, who are locked in a volatile confrontation with daily firing duels along the Line of Control in J&K, will for the first time exercise together as part of a multi-nation counter-terror war game under the aegis of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in …

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Europe backs Iran deal as ‘best way’ to counter nuclear threat

AFP LONDON: The leaders of Britain, France and Germ­any have reiterated their commitment to the Iran nuc­lear deal “as the best way of neutralising the thr­e­at of a nuclear-armed Iran”, Down­ing Street said on Sunday. Prime Minister Theresa May talked by phone with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chanc­ellor …

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Dollar’s roller-coaster ride continues

IN the local currency market, the dollar was seen in search of new destinations against the Pak rupee last week. Speculations and rumours have increased the gap between the interbank and open market’s rates to Rs2.69 per dollar. The dollar traded slightly firm as the rupee lost one paisa on …

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Produce missing persons in courts, says PTM

MINGORA: Leaders of the Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) have said that they do not want terrorism in their areas anymore and called for an end to the alleged profiling of Pashtun people as terrorists. They were speaking at a public gathering at Kabal ground here on Sunday which was attended …

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Prospects of a fair election in Pakistan

Ahmed Bilal Mehboob UNTIL recently, observers of the electoral process here agreed that Pakistan was heading towards one of the most well-organised, free and fair general elections in its history. The optimism regarding the elections scheduled for this year was not unfounded. The Election Commission of Pakistan had worked hard …

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US defers decision on restrictions for Pakistani diplomats

WASHINGTON: The United States has delayed its decision to restrict the movement of Pakistani diplomats in America as both countries try to resolve the differences that have strained their relations, official sources told Dawn. Last week, a spokesman for Pakis­tan’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs confirmed that the United States planned to impose new …

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3 dead in suspected target killing in Quetta: police

At least three people were killed and two others injured in a firing incident in Quetta on Sunday evening, DawnNewsTVreported. According to police, unidentified attackers opened fire at people sitting inside a shop on Quetta’s Jan Muhammad Road. The assailants managed to escape unhurt after the attack, police said. The injured …

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Pakistani Gwadar Port, a double-edged sword for Iran

TEHRAN, Apr. 24 (MNA) – Gwadar port is located in the province of Baluchistan in Pakistan and on the coast of Arabian Sea. The port’s plan was first established in 1954 when it was owned by the Oman’s kingdom. The distance between Gwadar and Karachi, the main commercial city of …

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Mengal asks people to unite for Balochistan’s development

QUETTA: Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) president Sardar Akhtar Jan Mengal has urged people from all communities living in Balochistan to get united for development and prosperity of the province. Addressing a public meeting at Railway Hockey Ground on Saturday, he said the BNP-M was a national democratic political party which …

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India, China agree to undertake joint economic project in Afghanistan

PTI WUHAN: In a move that could upset Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping have agreed to undertake a joint India-China economic project in Afghanistan at their first informal summit here, official sources said. The understanding was reached between the two leaders during the two-day informal summit which concluded today, …

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