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‘Modi is God’s gift to Pakistan security establishment’

Pakistani novelist Mohammed Hanif talks about shrinking freedoms, liberal voices and human rights in Balochistan. By: Hafsa Adil Hafsa Adil is a freelance multimedia journalist. She tweets @Hafsa_Adil In January, five Pakistani activists disappeared. Some were picked up from their homes, others from their place of work. One man went missing while …

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US, Japan using India to contain China: Chinese media

HIGHLIGHTS The editorial said both US and Japan are using India to counter China All these seem to be strategic opportunities for India, but these are mere traps, the editorial said If India changed perspective, it will discover more opportunities, it said A file photo of the embattled South China …

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The need for a museum on British colonisation of India

The decolonisation of the mind is among the greatest challenges today’s Indians have to face. The Times correspondent looking on at the sacking of the Kaiser Bagh, in a scene during the Indian Mutiny after the capture of Lucknow in India, March 15 1858 [The Print Collector/Getty Images] by Shashi …

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India’s ‘diplomatic isolation’ of Pakistan hinders prospects for improved ties: US Centcom commander

Commander of the United States Central Command (Centcom) General Joseph Votel on Thursday said India’s policy of ‘diplomatic isolation’ of Pakistan may be a hindrance to improved ties between the two countries. Testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee at a hearing on the the United States Central Command and …

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Kulbhushan network: Pakistan demands access to 15 Indian citizens

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has demanded access to 15 Indian citizens in result of the interrogation with neighbouring country’s spy Kulbhushan Yadav. The citizens are linked with the network involved in spreading terror and conducting subversive activities in Pakistan through India, Afghanistan and Iran. A prominent personality who is a part of diplomacy …

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Indian Minister Says Phase One of Chabahar Port in Iran to Be Ready in 2018

The Chabahar Port strategically bypasses Pakistan and provides India direct access to the energy-rich Persian Gulf and is part of the counter to China’s One Belt, One Road plan. © AFP 2017/ ATTA KENARE India Opens Special Account in Its Annual Budget For Iranian Chabahar Port New Delhi (Sputnik) — India …

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Time for a Radical Reset with Pakistan

America finally needs to set limits on its indulgence. Ted Poe, James Clad March 8, 2017 For years and, we would say, for decades, the United States has acquiesced in a toxic relationship with Pakistan, putting up with this nominal ally whose military and security leaders play a lethal double …

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China’s Port in Pakistan?

  BY ROBERT D. KAPLAN China’s dream of Indian Ocean ports — the so-called string of pearls — is heightening geopolitical tensions in a rough neighborhood. Pakistani officials have announced that the Chinese look favorably on taking over the operation of the Arabian Sea port of Gwadar close to the entrance of …

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Urging India To Back CPEC Project, Chinese Media Likens PoK With Taiwan

BEIJING:  HIGHLIGHTS China says India must back CPEC as it backs business links with Taiwan The CPEC project passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir China claims CPEC won’t “affect status quo of Kashmir dispute” India should be “more pragmatic and flexible” to support the multi-billion dollar CPEC project which India has objected …

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India, Afghanistan joining hands to create unrest in Pakistan: Khawaja Asif

Defence Minister Khawaja Asif alleged in the National Assembly on Monday that India and Afghanistan have joined hands to create unrest in Pakistan. Responding to opposition lawmakers’ point of objection, Asif in his reply said that Pakistan is trying to implement better and more complete border management with Afghanistan. Until …

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