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Pakistan likely to discuss gas agreement with Iran in May

A parliamentary delegation from Islamabad is planning to visit Iran in May, an insider told APP on Monday, to discuss re-opening three border markets, a projected gas pipeline and tourism. “A Pakistani delegation is planning to visit Iran for which approval of the competent authority has been sought,” said an …

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China may station Marines in Gwadar, say PLA insiders

Two brigades of ‘special combat soldiers’ had already been moved to the People’s Liberation Army Navy Marine Corps and further additions would be made, military insiders told the Hong-Kong based South China Morning Post.   HIGHLIGHTS 1 China might station marines in Gwadar, say PLA insiders. 2 China has constructed …

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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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Iran has no intention to recreate Persian Empire: John Limbert

TEHRAN – John Limbert, the former U.S. deputy assistant secretary of state for Iran, dismisses the view that Iran intends to revive the Persian Empire. Limbert, a fluent Persian speaker, also tells the Tehran Times that he does not “think the Trump administration has thought out an approach” toward Iran. …

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Iran fire nine mortar shells into Pakistan’s territory

NUKUNDI: Nine mortar shells were fired on Saturday by Iranian forces into the Pakistani territory that landed in the populated border towns but no loss of life was reported. According to the details, nine mortar shells were fired into Pakistani territory from a very short length by the Iranian forces in the …

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افغانستان سے کشیدہ تعلقات

  پاکستان اور افغانستان کے درمیان تعلقات روز بروز کشیدہ ہورہے ہیں جو انتہائی تشویش کی بات ہے بلکہ دونوں ملکوں کے درمیان کشیدگی سے بڑھ کرمعاملات محاذ آرائی اور فوج کے استعمال کی طرف جارہے ہیں جس سے خطے کے امن کو زیادہ خطرات لاحق ہوں گے۔ آئے دن …

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پاکستان افغانستان میں مداخلت نہ کرے تو معاملات حل ہوسکتے ہیں، محمود اچکزئی

کوئٹہ : پشتونخواء ملی عوامی پارٹی کے چیئرمین محمودخان اچکزئی نے کہاکہ افغانستان اورپاکستان اب بھی عظیم دوست بن سکتے ہیں پاکستان افغانستان کی خودمختیاری تسلیم کرے تواسکے اچھے نتائج برآمد ہونگے پاکستان افغانستان میں مداخلت نہ کرے تو افغانستان کے 80فیصد معاملات حل ہوسکتے ہیں فاٹا پرامن علاقہ تھا …

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China would never like CPEC to fail: Hu Shisheng

‘NEW GEOPOLITICS AND THE REGION’ Islamabad China Institute of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR)  Director Hu Shisheng has said that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is very important for China and it would never like it to fail as some countries may wish so. Hu Shisheng was speaking at a joint roundtable …

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Trump misses an opportunity to defang Iran

By Jennifer Rubin Since former national security adviser Michael T. Flynn warned Iran that it was “on notice” for an illegal missile test and the administration issued exceptionally narrow sanctions, we have heard little — if anything — from the administration about the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Iranian aggression …

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