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Pakistan's foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto in Guangzhou on maiden visit to China for talks with Wang Yi
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Pakistan's foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto in Guangzhou on maiden visit to China for talks with Wang Yi

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's two-day visit marks the 71st anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and China

Pakistan will eliminate terrorism threat; want balanced relation with world powers, says Foreign Office
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Pakistan will eliminate terrorism threat; want balanced relation with world powers, says Foreign Office

Addressing a media briefing, FO spokesperson Asif Iftikhar said that the country will pursue all avenues to defeating the scourge of terrorism and ensure the attainment of peace and stability in the region

'No one has a sixth sense': Pak minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari defends Imran Khan's controversial Russia visit
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'No one has a sixth sense': Pak minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari defends Imran Khan's controversial Russia visit

Addressing the press at the UN headquarters in New York, Bhutto said Pakistan is not part of any conflict and does not wish to be part of any conflict

Pakistan's relationship with India 'particularly complicated' by New Delhi's decisions, says Bilawal Bhutto
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Pakistan's relationship with India 'particularly complicated' by New Delhi's decisions, says Bilawal Bhutto

Pakistan's foreign minister referred to the 5 August 2019 decision to abrogate Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir as well as the recent decision by the delimitation commission

Pakistan: Surge in terrorist attacks in North Waziristan, other border areas
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Pakistan: Surge in terrorist attacks in North Waziristan, other border areas

It was presumed that after the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, such militant attacks will be stopped. However, it did not happen

Afghan group facilitating talks between TTP, Pakistani government: Taliban spokesman
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Afghan group facilitating talks between TTP, Pakistani government: Taliban spokesman

Spokesman for Islamic state of Afghanistan Zabihullah Mujahid confirmed that the Afghan government was playing the role of mediator between Islamabad and the Pakistani Taliban

Militant attacks hurt Pakistan relations with Afghan Taliban
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Militant attacks hurt Pakistan relations with Afghan Taliban

Last month came a sharp deterioration in relations between the two neighbours when Pakistan carried out airstrikes in eastern Afghanistan. Witnesses said the strikes hit a refugee camp and another location, killing at least 40 civilians

Pakistan: Man from minority Ahmadi community stabbed to death over faith, says police
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Pakistan: Man from minority Ahmadi community stabbed to death over faith, says police

Abdul Salam, a member of the minority Ahmadi community, was brutally stabbed to death by "religious fanatic" Hafiz Ali Raza apparently because of his faith, said senior police officer Muhammad Saddique

Indian troops fully prepared to deal with infiltration along LoC, says top Army official
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Indian troops fully prepared to deal with infiltration along LoC, says top Army official

If any infiltration bid is made by the enemy, we will foil them 100 per cent, said General Officer Commanding 16 Corps, Lt General Manjinder Singh

India rejects Pakistan National Assembly's 'farcical resolution' on delimitation exercise in J&K
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India rejects Pakistan National Assembly's 'farcical resolution' on delimitation exercise in J&K

Arindam Bagchi categorically rejected the resolution and asked Islamabad to stop cross-border terrorism and shut down its "infrastructure of terrorism"

Pakistan: Rupee witnesses sharp decline due to dwindling foreign reserves
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Pakistan: Rupee witnesses sharp decline due to dwindling foreign reserves

When the PML-N-led coalition government took over on 11 April, the dollar was valued at Rs 182.3, and since then, the rupee had lost Rs 11.4 or 6.2 per cent of its value

Terrified with frequent attacks, Chinese nationals teaching Mandarin in Pakistan called back
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Terrified with frequent attacks, Chinese nationals teaching Mandarin in Pakistan called back

Thousands of Chinese personnel are working in Pakistan on a host of projects being carried out under the aegis of the CPEC

Terror module busted in J&K; eight held
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Terror module busted in J&K; eight held

Police and security forces busted a terror module of LeT by arresting an active Pakistani-trained terrorist, two-hybrid terrorists and four terrorist associates including a woman

Local residents join enraged Sikh community members to protest against killing of two traders in northwest Pakistan
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Local residents join enraged Sikh community members to protest against killing of two traders in northwest Pakistan

The victims were in the business of spices and had shops in the Bata Tal bazaar in Sarband, about 17 kms from Peshawar

Pakistan: India registers protest over 'brutal killing' of Sikh traders 
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Pakistan: India registers protest over 'brutal killing' of Sikh traders 

Two Sikh shopkeepers were gunned down by unidentified assailants in the Bata Tal bazaar in Peshawar. Media reports said the assailants escaped after the target killing

Pakistan: Three children among six killed in suicide blast in North Waziristan's Miranshah
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Pakistan: Three children among six killed in suicide blast in North Waziristan's Miranshah

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif condemned the suicide attack and expressed grief over the lives lost

Pakistan: Two members of the Sikh community shot dead by unidentified gunmen
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Pakistan: Two members of the Sikh community shot dead by unidentified gunmen

The two men killed were shopkeepers who sold spices in Bata Tal bazaar in Sarband, police said

PCB says Pakistan will go ahead with Sri Lanka tour despite ongoing unrest in island nation
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PCB says Pakistan will go ahead with Sri Lanka tour despite ongoing unrest in island nation

"We are always ready to support Sri Lanka Cricket even in difficult times and we have no issues touring the country for the Test series," a PCB official said.

Will not allow anyone to harm iron-clad Pakistan-China ties, says Pakistan foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto
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Will not allow anyone to harm iron-clad Pakistan-China ties, says Pakistan foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto

Bilawal reiterated his strong condemnation of Karachi terrorist attack and reaffirmed the Government's commitment to thoroughly investigate the incident

Nuking Pakistan better than giving power to thieves, says Imran Khan
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Nuking Pakistan better than giving power to thieves, says Imran Khan

Khan also added that the thieves brought into power destroyed every institution and the judicial system, asking now which government official would probe the cases of "these criminals"