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India, China to discuss Masood Azhar

NEW DELHI: India and China will hold their first Strategic Dialogue on February 22 in Beijing during which the two sides will discuss key issues of mutual “concern and interest” including “friction points” such as Masood Azhar, Press Trust of India said on Thursday. It said Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar …

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Pakistan’s Selective Approach Favouring LeT and Jaish, Says International Crisis Group Report

New Delhi: A highly respected think tank, The International Crisis Group (ICG) has come out with a damning report on Pakistan’s fight against terrorism and explains how the country’s security agencies follow a selective approach to terror groups. The report focuses on the deteriorating law and order in the city of …

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Chabahar Port expected to open in a month: Afghan Consul General

HIGHLIGHTS Chabahar port in Iran, in which India has major investments, is expected to open in a month Afghanistan Consul General said the port will provide impetus to trade between India and Afghanistan It will also provide access to Afghanistan and central Asian countries by-passing Pakistan NAGPUR: The strategic port of …

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India bats for Afghanistan-led peace talks

Reiterating the need for an Afghan-led and owned peace process, India said it was up to Afghanistan to decide who to engage in direct talks New Delhi: India has called for Afghanistan to be given the right to decide who it wants to engage in peace talks, amid discord among key …

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Use isolation threat to force policy change in Pakistan, report tells Trump admin

WASHINGTON: Designating Pakistan as a state sponsor of terrorism is unwise in the first year of a new administration, but should be kept as an option for the longer term, says a report by a dozen US think-tanks and universities. The report advises the Trump administration to “state up front …

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Booming Baluchistan: Who Benefits from These Lucrative Trade Routes?

                     The biggest winners may be Iran and Russia, not India and China. Jeff Palmer Baluchistan—divided between the Iranian province of Sistan va Baluchestan, the parts of Afghanistan around Kandahar, Nimruz and Helmand and Pakistan’s Balochistan province—is on track to emerge …

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