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Sep 05, 2018
Pakistan's new president Dr Arif Alvi is son of Nehru's dentist, was shot at during protests against military dictator Ayub KhanPakistan's newly elected President Dr Arif Alvi shares an interesting connection with India as his father was a dentist to India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru, according to the short biography of the president on the website of his Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf party
Jul 19, 2018
Pakistan Army says it will play 'no direct role' in election, but country's history is replete with coups and dictatorshipsPakistan's powerful military says it is taking 'no direct role' in the 25 July election, but a history of coups and dictatorships is fuelling fears over the balance of power in civil-military relations
Feb 12, 2018
Asma Jahangir, a gutsy rights activist who pulled no punches when criticising either India or PakistanAsma Jahangir found herself opposing the other two military rules as well. She was there at the forefront of every difficult moment in Pakistan, opposing Zia and Musharraf alike, standing up for women and minorities, for peace with India and against military intervention in the democratic process.
Sep 28, 2016
Indus Waters Treaty: World Bank 'committed' to 'fulfilling its obligations', says PakistanPakistan on Wednesday claimed the World Bank has "committed" itself to "timely fulfilling its obligations" under the Indus Waters Treaty while remaining neutral as Islamabad approached the international lender amid reports that India may revoke the 56-year-old deal.
Sep 27, 2016
Indus Waters Treaty: Modi's offensive can wreak unspeakable havoc for PakistanDon't be fooled by the official line that India took on Monday that it would stand by the infamous Indus Waters Treaty.
Jan 10, 2016
Tashkent Accord turns 50: Shastri felt India can make peace with Pak but not with China, says Kuldip NayarIndia and Pakistan signed the Tashkent Accord exactly 50 years ago, on 10 January, 1965 at Tashkent in the Soviet Union.