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'Bloodbath in Kashmir': Imran Khan's UNGA speech may have verged on the hysterical, but his call to action for radicals is 'most dangerous'
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'Bloodbath in Kashmir': Imran Khan's UNGA speech may have verged on the hysterical, but his call to action for radicals is 'most dangerous'

The UNGA 2019 went off as expected. The Prime Minister of India made a speech that tickboxed development and progress. The Prime Minister of Pakistan ranted and raved on Kashmir. The former was rather staid and kept to the UN format; Khan's delivery may have verged on the hysterical, but boring he was not.

Narendra Modi-Donald Trump bilateral talks at UN: Indian media needs to learn there's more to India-US relationship than just Pakistan
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Narendra Modi-Donald Trump bilateral talks at UN: Indian media needs to learn there's more to India-US relationship than just Pakistan

The fact remains that India's relationship with the US is multifaceted and has way more dimensions than US-Pakistan ties — that is limited to security concerns of a strictly transactional nature. It was disheartening to see Indian media restrict itself only to Pakistan, when ties between the world's oldest and largest democracy had many more areas to cover.

Pakistan foreign minister receives Imran Khan at US airport during PM's maiden visit to Washington; netizens mock premier
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Pakistan foreign minister receives Imran Khan at US airport during PM's maiden visit to Washington; netizens mock premier

No US official on Saturday came to receive the Pakistan prime minister at the airport. Khan took commercial flight instead of a private jet to cut down on expenses. Imran Khan received by Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Pakistan ambassador to the US Asad M Khan.

No senior US official present to welcome Imran Khan on maiden visit; Shah Mahmood Qureshi receives Pakistan PM
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No senior US official present to welcome Imran Khan on maiden visit; Shah Mahmood Qureshi receives Pakistan PM

On his maiden visit to the United States, where Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan will hold talks with president Donald Trump, the former was not accorded an official welcome as required for heads of states

Imran Khan, Donald Trump to meet at White House on 22 July, will discuss counter terrorism, defence, energy, trade
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Imran Khan, Donald Trump to meet at White House on 22 July, will discuss counter terrorism, defence, energy, trade

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan will meet US President Donald Trump on 22 July. The leaders will focus on improving bilateral ties between the two countries

US urges Pakistan to take 'sustained and irreversible' actions against terrorists groups operating from its territory
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US urges Pakistan to take 'sustained and irreversible' actions against terrorists groups operating from its territory

The State Department statement came as Pakistan, under global pressure after the Pulwama terror attack and India's air strikes against a JeM terrorist camp in Balakot on February 26, has started taking actions against some of the terrorist outfits and their leaders over the past few days.

US again asks Pakistan to deny safe havens to terrorists in obeyance with its UN Security Council commitments
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US again asks Pakistan to deny safe havens to terrorists in obeyance with its UN Security Council commitments

The US has reaffirmed its demand that Pakistan abide by its UN Security Council commitments to deny safe havens to terrorists and block their access to funds as it welcomed Islamabad's decision to release the captured Indian Air Force pilot.

US citizen on way to Pakistan to join LeT arrested at John F Kennedy airport; had told undercover agent he wants to 'shoot people'
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US citizen on way to Pakistan to join LeT arrested at John F Kennedy airport; had told undercover agent he wants to 'shoot people'

A 29-year-old New York City man was arrested as he was about to catch a flight to Pakistan to join the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), in a dangerous sign that the Pakistan-based terror group, which carried out the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, has expanded its tentacles in the US.

US unlikely to change policy on suspension of aid to Pakistan, Donald Trump administration tells Islamabad
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US unlikely to change policy on suspension of aid to Pakistan, Donald Trump administration tells Islamabad

There is unlikely to be any changes in America's policy on suspension of aid to Pakistan until it makes substantial progress against terrorists and their safe havens, the Trump administration has told Islamabad as the two countries try to reset their strained ties.

Mike Pompeo defends $300 mn aid cut to Pakistan before state visit, says it didn't make satisfactory progress in fighting terror
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Mike Pompeo defends $300 mn aid cut to Pakistan before state visit, says it didn't make satisfactory progress in fighting terror

Pompeo is arriving in Islamabad along with General Joseph Dunford, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, days after the Trump administration cancelled $300 million in military aid to Pakistan as it was not doing enough against terrorist groups inside its borders,

$300 mn not military aid, US owes this to Pakistan for support in war against terror, claims Shah Mehmood Qureshi
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$300 mn not military aid, US owes this to Pakistan for support in war against terror, claims Shah Mehmood Qureshi

At a hurriedly called press conference after the Pentagon announced that the US will cancel $300 million in military aid to Pakistan over its failure to take actions against terror groups, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said the matter will be taken up during Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's visit to the country on 5 September.

Daily bulletin: Counting for Karnataka ULBs today, $300 million funds cut for Pakistan; fuel prices at all-time high: day's top stories
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Daily bulletin: Counting for Karnataka ULBs today, $300 million funds cut for Pakistan; fuel prices at all-time high: day's top stories

The counting of votes will be taken up on Monday for the Karnataka Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) elections that were held on 31 August. Most of the results are expected by night or early Tuesday.

Pakistan SC demands anti-corruption agency to extradite ex-envoy Hussain Haqqani from US
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Pakistan SC demands anti-corruption agency to extradite ex-envoy Hussain Haqqani from US

Haqqani, 62, is currently Senior Fellow and Director for South and Central Asia at the Hudson Institute, think-tank in Washington.

US suspends military training programmes for Pakistani officers, months after Donald Trump cuts security aid to Islamabad
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US suspends military training programmes for Pakistani officers, months after Donald Trump cuts security aid to Islamabad

President Donald Trump’s administration has quietly started cutting scores of Pakistan officers from coveted training and educational programmes that have been a hallmark of bilateral military relations for more than a decade.

Relations with US passing through difficult period but not at its 'lowest' level: Pakistan
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Relations with US passing through difficult period but not at its 'lowest' level: Pakistan

Khurram Dastagir Khan said on Friday that relations with the US were passing through a difficult period but were not at the “lowest” level.

Pakistan' Army chief Qamar Bajwa says US should stop blaming the country for its failure in Afghanistan
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Pakistan' Army chief Qamar Bajwa says US should stop blaming the country for its failure in Afghanistan

Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Bajwa has claimed that there are no safe havens terrorists in his country and asked the US to stop blaming Islamabad for its failure in Afghanistan.

Top US, Pakistan envoys blame each other for not doing enough to stop cross-border terrorism
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Top US, Pakistan envoys blame each other for not doing enough to stop cross-border terrorism

Top Pakistani and US military commanders have blamed each other for not doing enough to stop cross-border terrorism,

US slams Pak minister’s bounty to kill anti-Islam filmmaker
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US slams Pak minister’s bounty to kill anti-Islam filmmaker

The Pakistan government distanced itself from the bounty offer, but the fact that the Minister still has his cabinet job shows tacit approval of his actions.

How China, Saudi backing keeps Pak hooked on terror
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How China, Saudi backing keeps Pak hooked on terror

US foreign policy experts are fretting over ways to 'tame' Pakistan — or let it collapse. But that's Mission Impossible so long as Pakistan has the backing of China and Saudi Arabia.

Has Pak lost all hope of seizing Kashmir? Don't bet on it
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Has Pak lost all hope of seizing Kashmir? Don't bet on it

Citing peace in Kashmir today, Omar Abdullah wants AFSPA revoked. But that peace may be at risk when Pakistan returns to its active sponsorship of jihadi terror.