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Pakistan military not prepared to stage a coup: US Scholars

Aug 17, 2016

Pakistan military not prepared to stage a coup: US Scholars

Pakistan's powerful military is not prepared to bring down the civilian government but would maintain its 'dominating influence', prominent US scholars have said amid efforts to find a successor to army chief General Raheel Sharif. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #South Asia #Raheel Sharif #American scholars
Pakistan says South Asia must not remain a 'prisoner of the past'

Aug 17, 2016

Pakistan says South Asia must not remain a 'prisoner of the past'

Amid rising tensions between India and Pakistan in the wake of violence in the Kashmir Valley, Pakistan's National Assembly Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq said on Tuesday that South Asia should not remain a "prisoner of the past". #India #BJP #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #TheySaidIt #Balochistan #South Asia #Kashmir Valley #SAARC #Biju Janata Dal #ardar Ayaz Sadiq
Pakistan ready for nuclear non-testing agreement with India: Sartaj Aziz

Aug 12, 2016

Pakistan ready for nuclear non-testing agreement with India: Sartaj Aziz

Pakistan was ready for an agreement with India on bilateral moratorium on nuclear non-testing, the country's top diplomat said on Friday #Pakistan #NewsTracker #NSG #South Asia #Nuclear treaty #Sartaj Aziz #United Nation
Rajnath Singh was perfectly justified in Islamabad because Saarc has no other value

Aug 05, 2016

Rajnath Singh was perfectly justified in Islamabad because Saarc has no other value

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh was absolutely right in berating Pakistan at the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) home ministers' meeting in Islamabad and staging some drama because that’s the only utility of this regional body #InMyOpinion #European Union #Rajnath Singh #International relations #South Asia #Asean #SAARC #India Pakistan relations #SAFTA #SAPTA #NAFTA #Saarc home ministers' meeting
Peace sells but who's buying: Historic increase in global violence since WWII

Jun 10, 2016

Peace sells but who's buying: Historic increase in global violence since WWII

In the 2016 Global Peace Index (GPI) curated by The Institute of Economics and Peace (IEP), India ranks at an abysmal 141 out of the 164 countries, trailing Mexico. #India #Terrorism #Pakistan #Taliban #ConnectTheDots #Peace #South Asia #world peace #global violence
China to invest $8.5 billion to upgrade Pakistan rail network, build gas pipeline

Jun 09, 2016

China to invest $8.5 billion to upgrade Pakistan rail network, build gas pipeline

China will invest about USD 8.5 billion to upgrade Pakistan's rail network and to build a key gas pipeline with Iran to meet the country's energy needs, a media report said. #China #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Gwadar #Iran #South Asia #CDWP
US calls for improvement in India-Pakistan ties

Jun 01, 2016

US calls for improvement in India-Pakistan ties

The US has called for improvement in bilateral relationship between India and Pakistan, expressing concern over nuclear and missile developments in South Asia, saying a sustained and resilient dialogue process between the two neighbours is important. #United States #Barack Obama #US #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #South Asia #Bilateral relations #nuclear
'It's not an arms race': US downplays Pakistan's fear of India's entry into NSG

May 28, 2016

'It's not an arms race': US downplays Pakistan's fear of India's entry into NSG

Reacting to Pakistan's opposition to India becoming a member of the NSG, the US said it is not about an arms race, but about civilian use of nuclear energy. #World #India #US #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Nuclear power #Nuclear Suppliers Group #NSG #South Asia #Indo-US ties #Nuclear race