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NATO Officials To Discuss Afghanistan, Iran

The situation in Afghanistan and Iran are among the main issues on the agenda of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly’s Annual Session, held in London from October 11-14, NATO said on it’s website. With over four days of debate hosted in Westminster, the parliamentarians will examine ways to respond to Russia’s …

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Two FC personnel dead, five hurt in Balochistan road crash

Two personnel of the Frontier Corps (FC) were martyred and five others injured in a road accident in Balochistan’s Chagai district on Sunday. The FC officials were returning from security duty for pilgrims when their vehicle collided head-on with a truck on RCD Highway near Dalbandin. The martyred soldiers were identified as Sepoy Abdul Qadir …

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BNP-M threatens to part ways with PTI govt amid opposition’s ‘Azadi March’

QUETTA:  The Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) – one of the main coalition partners of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government – has threatened to part ways with the ruling party over what it claims slow progress on its six-point demand. Senator Jahanzaib Jamaldini, the secretary general of BNP-M, said the party …

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Pakistan PM Says Ready to Host Iran-Saudi Peace Talks

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan held talks Sunday with leaders in Iran to formally begin a diplomatic offensive he said was aimed at defusing the neighboring country’s escalating tensions with Saudi Arabia and the United States. Khan told a joint news conference after his “wide-ranging consultations” with Iranian …

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UN: Protect the Election Process

The UN is encouraged by Afghan people turning out to have their voices heard on 28 September. The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) in a statement on Sunday has urged the government and electoral bodies to safeguard and complete the election process. This presidential election was the first completely …

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Dismembered Pakistan: Implications for India

Brig Vijay Sagar Dheman PM Imran Khan’s speech at UN general assembly on 27 Sep 19 has disturbed the hornets’ nest amongst people all over the world. At the UN general assembly, he vocalised a rant on Kashmir to express his undying love for six million Kashmiris. His justification of …

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Kabul Closes Consulate In Peshawar Over Afghan Market Ownership Dispute

PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Afghanistan says it has shut down its consulate in Peshawar in protest at a police raid at the northwestern Pakistani city’s Afghan Market. The Afghan Embassy in Islamabad on October 11 condemned the overnight raid in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province’s capital, and accused the provincial government of making …

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Trade remains suspended at Taftan border for four​th day

QUETTA: Trade activities between Pakistan and Iran via the Taftan border remained suspended for the fourth consecutive day on Friday as protests against the behaviour of Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) and Pakistan Customs continued.  The strike — led by the Quetta Chamber of Commerce and Industry (QCCI) and supported …

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