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  • US State Secretary Offers To Prosecute Omar Sheikh Following SC Acquittal0

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    • January 30, 2021

    In this March 29, 2002 file photo, Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, the alleged mastermind behind Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl’s kidnap-slaying, appears at the court in Karachi. — AP/File —– Anwar Iqbal January 29, 2021 In his first statement on Pakistan as the United States secretary of state, Antony Blinken said America was ready

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  • Mining firm moves Virgin Islands court for enforcement of Reko Diq award against Pakistan0

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    • January 18, 2021

    Nasir Iqbal A view of the Reko Diq hills. — Reuters/File Dawn.com  December 24, 2020 The Tethyan Cooper Company (TCC) has approached the High Court of Justice in the British Virgin Islands for the enforcement of the $5.97 billion award against Pakistan by the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) in the Reko

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  • Pakistan being subjected to 5th-generation warfare in ‘massive way’ but we are aware of threats: DG ISPR0

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    • December 3, 2020

    Dawn.com   03 Dec 2020 Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar in an interview with Global Village Space. — GVS screengrab Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar, the chief of the military’s media wing, has said that India is engaged in a massive campaign of ‘fifth-generation warfare’ to obstruct Pakistan’s road to

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  • World no longer buying India’s terrorism narrative on Pakistan ‘blindly’: Qureshi0

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    • October 14, 2020

    Dawn.com    12 Oct 2020 Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi addresses an event in Islamabad on Monday. — DawnNewsTV Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Monday defended the government’s foreign policy performance under his watch, saying the world was no longer “blindly” buying the Indian narrative due to Islamabad’s successful efforts to counter negative perceptions.

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  • Bangladesh signals shift towards China, Pakistan: report0

     26 Jul 2020 The comments about the state of bilateral ties are timely as Hasina Hasina received a phone call from Prime Minister Khan on Wednesday. — Photo courtesy Reuters/File NEW DELHI: A prominent newspaper of Bangladesh has said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina did not meet India’s high commissioner despite repeated requests for a meeting

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  • Pakistan Ulema Council Announces Support for Construction of Temple0

    Pakistan Ulema Council announces support for construction of temple The Newspaper’s Staff Reporter    Jul 11 2020 Constitution categorically defines rights of Muslims and non-Muslims living in country, says PUC chief. — Dawn/File ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC) has extended support to the construction of a temple in Islamabad and criticised those who were

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  • Past present: Identity cri­ses0

    Mubarak Ali May 18, 2014 When the Mughal Empire was at its ze­nith; no­bles, po­ets, ar­tists, and ar­chi­tects from all over the Muslim world ar­rived in India in the hope of roy­al pa­tron­age at the Mughal court; and they were cer­tain­ly not dis­ap­poin­ted. They set­tled in the sub­con­ti­nent and in rec­og­ni­tion of their serv­ices, they

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  • Corona — our debt to Darwin0

    Pervez Hoodbhoy April 04, 2020 The Dawn The writer teaches physics in Lahore and Islamabad. CHARLES Darwin is a name Pakistanis are taught to hate. School teachers and university professors tasked with teaching his evolutionary theory usually skip the subject or, if they go ahead, first soften it with a ton of scorn. A commonly

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  • Pakistan will not be blacklisted, say scholars0

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    • February 19, 2020

    Anwar Iqbal February 18, 2020 WASHINGTON: The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is unlikely to blacklist Pakistan during its annual meetings in Paris but may keep it on its watch list, says a US scholar of South Asian studies. The meetings began on Monday but the plenary session, which will decide whether to keep Pakistan

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  • Pakistan: Ayub the First0

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    • January 20, 2020

    Ayub the First – Newspaper – DAWN.COM Asad Rahim Khan   January 16, 2020 WRITING on how to live one’s life, American essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, ‘Shallow men believe in luck… strong men believe in cause and effect’. Because empires are built on entitlement, so America never tires of hearing about the strong, silent type.

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  • Kulsoom Hazara is Pakistan’s karate superstar. This is her story0

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    • December 23, 2019

    Muhammad Asif Khan 23 December 2019 What does karate mean to the young woman from Quetta? She tells all. Nothing is impossible for the girl who lost her parents before her 10th birthday. Her resilience has taken her from strength to strength. Kulsoom Hazara was born in Quetta on September 4, 1988. The youngest of

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  • 6 dead in protests against India’s contentious citizenship law0

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    • December 15, 2019

    AFP Updated December 15, 2019 The death toll from violent protests in northeast India against a contentious citizenship law has risen to six, officials said on Sunday, as authorities maintained internet bans and curfews to quell unrest. Tensions remained high at the epicentre of the unrest in Assam state’s biggest city, Guwahati, with troops patrolling the streets in vehicles

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  • Explainer: What does India’s new citizenship law mean?0

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    • December 13, 2019

    DAWN.COM 13 December 2019 Reuters A new Indian law that grants citizenship to persecuted Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis and Christians who fled Muslim-majority Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan prior to 2015 has led to violent demonstrations. Indian President Ram Nath Kovind gave his assent to the citizenship bill late on Thursday, signing it into law, an

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  • Indian couple sentenced for spying on Germany’s Sikhs, Kashmiris0

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    • December 12, 2019

    AFP December 12, 2019 Dawn A married Indian couple living in Moenchengladbach were sentenced by a German court on Thursday after admitting to spying on Sikh and Kashmiri communities for the Indian secret service. The couple, who are identified only by their first name and initials according to German law, admitted to having passed on

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