Pakistan

Last Chance For Pakistan: Aim For Survival

Helplessness Torments Pakistan Never in the history of Pakistan have the people of Pakistan felt as disillusioned, let down and cheated as they do today, by all institutions of Pakistan, whichever face, race, ethnicity, even the ruling PTI...

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Pakistani Cabinet Minister Tells Unicef: Drop India’s Priyanka Chopra As Goodwill Ambassador

New Delhi (Sputnik): Pakistan’s Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari has urged that Unicef stop using Indian- American actress Priyanka Chopra as its UN Goodwill Ambassador because she continues to support the Indian government despite it issuing...
Related topics: India, New Delhi, Human Rights

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Death Toll In Afghan Wedding Attack Rises To 80

VOA correspondent Ayaz Gul contributed to this report from Islamabad. The death toll from a suicide bomb attack at a wedding in the Afghan capital, Kabul, last week has risen to 80, officials said. The initial death toll from Saturday's blast was...
Related topics: Islamabad, Afghanistan, Kabul

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Lack Of Clean Water Impeding Eradicating Polio In Afghanistan And Pakistan

Thirty-some years ago, polio used to cripple hundreds of thousands of children a year. So far this year, about 60 children have gotten polio. The focus now is largely on only two countries: Pakistan and Afghanistan. Yet, there are reports that the...
Related topics: Afghanistan

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Uk Didn't Back Pakistan Or China At Unsc Meeting On Kashmir- Report

New Delhi (Sputnik): The United Kingdom did not back either China or Pakistan during the closed-door UN Security Council (UNSC) meeting on Kashmir last Friday, according to a media report.
Related topics: United Kingdom, China, India, New Delhi

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Pakistan Miffed Over Suspension Of 200 Twitter Accounts

New Delhi (Sputnik): With tensions running high between India and Pakistan over developments in the Kashmir region, about 200 Twitter accounts have been suspended by the micro-blogging site after objections by the Indian Government, a media report...
Related topics: Social Media, India, New Delhi

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Pakistan Claims Killed 6 Indian Soldiers In Response To Ceasefire Violations Near Line Of Control

Tensions have been escalating between the two states in recent months, with several exchanges of fire taking place along the Line of Control in Kashmir. Both countries blame each other for violating the ceasefire, which was reached after a previous...

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Pakistan’s Kartarpur Exuberance

“Pakistan’s commitment to the Kartarpur Corridor shows how much it respects Sikhs,” Andrew Korybko, the Moscow based American analyst, wrote on the Eurasia Future web site that styles itself as the Global Policy & Analysis...
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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Leader Of Pakistan-held Kashmir Welcomes Trump Initiative

The president of Pakistani-administered Kashmir has welcomed efforts by U.S. President Donald Trump to lower tensions between Pakistan and India over the disputed Himalayan region and warned of a humanitarian crisis and food shortages in the...
Related topics: Donald Trump, India

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Pakistan Accuses India Of Using Water As A Weapon In Kashmir Dispute

Accusing India of waging "fifth-generation warfare," Pakistan said on Monday New Delhi had failed to inform it about the release of water from a dam that could cause flooding across the border.Relations between the neighbors, already hostile, have...
Related topics: India, New Delhi

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Pakistan Summons Indian Diplomat After India Uses Anti-tank Guided Missiles In Cross-border Firing

New Delhi (Sputnik): A day after the Pakistani military claimed two civilians were killed in ceasefire violations by India along the Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan summoned an Indian diplomat in Islamabad on Monday.
Related topics: India, New Delhi, Military, Islamabad

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Kabul Slams Islamabad For Linking Ongoing Kashmir Issue To Afghan Peace Process

New Delhi (Sputnik): Pakistan’s envoy to the United States Asad Majeed Khan has made a statement that the ongoing tensions in Kashmir could potentially affect the peace process in Afghanistan.
Related topics: Afghanistan, Kabul, Islamabad, India, New Delhi

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Pakistan Has Lots Of Nuclear Weapons: Should The World Worry?

Kyle Mizokami Security, We take a look.  Pakistan currently has a nuclear “triad” of nuclear delivery systems based on land, in the air and at sea. Islamabad is believed to have modified American-built F-16A fighters and possibly French-made...
Related topics: Islamabad

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Suicide Bomb Rips Through Wedding Party In Kabul

Updated at 10:28 p.m. Aug. 17.ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN - Authorities in Afghanistan say a massive suicide bomb blast late Saturday inside a packed wedding hall in Kabul "killed and injured dozens of civilians." There were no immediate claims of...
Related topics: Afghanistan, Kabul, Islamabad

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Dozens Killed, Injured By Blast At Kabul Wedding Hall

Updated at 5:52 p.m. Aug. 17.ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN - Authorities in Afghanistan said a massive bomb blast late Saturday inside a packed wedding hall in Kabul "killed and injured dozens of civilians." There were no immediate claims of responsibility...
Related topics: Afghanistan, Kabul, Islamabad

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Pakistan Sees U.n. Meeting On Kashmir As Promising 1st Step

ON Friday, the United Nations Security Council held a closed door meeting to discuss India's controversial decision to revoke the Kashmir region's special status.
Related topics: India

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Netizens Rofl As Google Shows Imran Khan Pics In Search Results For ‘beggar’

Amid the escalating row between India and Pakistan over the disputed Jammu and Kashmir region, which has seen armed clashes along the so-called Line of Control, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has become a meme thanks to the algorithms of the...
Related topics: Google, India, Algorithms

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Pakistan Will Respond To Any Indian Aggression At Its Fullest - Pakistan Armed Forces Spokesman

Tensions have recently escalated leading to several exchanges of fire along the Line of Control separating the two states. India’s defence minister has said that the country's nuclear policy of "no first use" may be altered. In the wake of this...
Related topics: India

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The Ultimate Iran Nightmare: Not A War With America, But A Civil War

Michael Rubin Security, Could it happen? Less than a month later, Iranian security forces suffered another devastating attack at the Mirjaveh border post, the main border crossing between Iran and Pakistan. In that attack, insurgents or...
Related topics: Iran, Terrorism

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In Pakistan, It's An Uphill Battle For Women Who Report Sexual Harassment

Last month, three men have been arrested for indecent exposureImage by Nick Youngson CC BY-SA 3.0 Alpha Stock Images. On paper, the Pakistani law that criminalizes sexual harassment is a step towards protecting women’s rights; however, the extent...

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