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Justice eludes Daniel Pearl's family as Pakistan SC acquits key accused; all you need to know about 2002 murder case
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Justice eludes Daniel Pearl's family as Pakistan SC acquits key accused; all you need to know about 2002 murder case

Omar Sheikh, a British-born man of Pakistani origin, who was convicted for the abduction and murder of WSJ reporter Daniel Pearl, was acquitted on Thursday. Sheikh was one of the three terrorists released by India after the hijacking of Indian Airlines plane in 1999

Kashmir issue: Donald Trump is pulling a fast one on Imran Khan; no cause for India to worry
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Kashmir issue: Donald Trump is pulling a fast one on Imran Khan; no cause for India to worry

To do a textual reading of Donald Trump’s comments on Kashmir during his meeting with Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan is to credit his words with meanings he may not have himself intended to

India calls US envoy to South Block, conveys 'grave concern' over $125mn military assistance to Pakistan
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India calls US envoy to South Block, conveys 'grave concern' over $125mn military assistance to Pakistan

India has conveyed its "grave concern" to the US over its decision to provide military assistance to Pakistan. External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said the issue was taken up with the US Ambassador here and with the Donald Trump administration in Washington

World set to pay high price for US president Donald Trump's sordid romance with Pakistan PM Imran Khan
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World set to pay high price for US president Donald Trump's sordid romance with Pakistan PM Imran Khan

This week, President Donald Trump has been romancing Prime Minister Imran Khan and his masters in Pakistan's military, with desi wedding optics that have bewildered many

Pakistan hires lobbying firm Holland & Knight to advance its interests in US ahead of Imran Khan's visit to Washington DC
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Pakistan hires lobbying firm Holland & Knight to advance its interests in US ahead of Imran Khan's visit to Washington DC

Prime Minister Imran Khan is scheduled to meet Trump at his Oval Office on Monday, the first by a Pakistani leader in nearly four years, the last one being that of Nawaz Sharif in October 2015

Donald Trump dubs Pulwama attack 'horrible situation', but US has to do far more to end Pakistan's terror industry
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Donald Trump dubs Pulwama attack 'horrible situation', but US has to do far more to end Pakistan's terror industry

If strong condemnation were to suffice, close to 50 nations, including some strategic Pakistan allies, have come out in support of India and criticised the powers behind the attack. However, there is a reason India depends on US to do more than just condemn the attack

Donald Trump-Imran Khan summit being planned; meet hinges on 'positive outcome' of Pakistan-Afghanistan talks: Islamabad
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Donald Trump-Imran Khan summit being planned; meet hinges on 'positive outcome' of Pakistan-Afghanistan talks: Islamabad

In his first comments in 2019, Trump said that he wants a "great relationship" with Pakistan and is looking forward to meeting the new leadership. Ties between the US and Pakistan strained after Trump, while announcing his Afghanistan and South Asia policy in August 2017, hit out at Pakistan for providing safe havens to "agents of chaos".

Donald Trump writes to Imran Khan, seeks Pakistan's help with Afghan peace talks; Islamabad welcomes decision
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Donald Trump writes to Imran Khan, seeks Pakistan's help with Afghan peace talks; Islamabad welcomes decision

The development came weeks after Trump said Pakistan does not do "a damn thing" for the US, alleging that Islamabad had helped al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden hide near its garrison city of Abbottabad.

Mike Pompeo's statement on 26/11 is nothing new: US consistency and actual action on Pakistan are the real positives
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Mike Pompeo's statement on 26/11 is nothing new: US consistency and actual action on Pakistan are the real positives

The Ministry of External Affairs welcomed Pompeo's remarks and reaffirmed the India's esolve to "to bring justice to the families of the victims and the martyrs" of 26/11

Men like Trump: US president's ban on CNN's Jim Acosta, absence at APEC Summit and Arlington mark odd week
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Men like Trump: US president's ban on CNN's Jim Acosta, absence at APEC Summit and Arlington mark odd week

Two things that Donald Trump did this week attracted huge attention from the world media — he tried to ban CNN reporter Jim Acosta from the White House and avoided the APEC Summit

'Pakistan doesn't do a damn thing for US': Donald Trump's bluster, unlike Bush-Obama restraint, pushes ties to brink
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'Pakistan doesn't do a damn thing for US': Donald Trump's bluster, unlike Bush-Obama restraint, pushes ties to brink

Under the Trump administration, the US-Pakistan relations have been faltering since 2017, when he first publicly hit out at Islamabad for providing safe havens to "agents of chaos" who kill Americans in Afghanistan.

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.

India-US 2-plus-2 talks: New Delhi must seek to establish new non-alignment with muscular characteristics
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India-US 2-plus-2 talks: New Delhi must seek to establish new non-alignment with muscular characteristics

The Pompeo-Mattis visit is part of the first-ever "2-plus-2" dialogue which was decided upon during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the United States last year

Mike Pompeo heads to Pakistan: Trust deficit between Washington, Islamabad unlikely to be mitigated by one visit
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Mike Pompeo heads to Pakistan: Trust deficit between Washington, Islamabad unlikely to be mitigated by one visit

The reality is that until Afghanistan stabilises, American pressure on Pakistan is not likely to diminish. And the prospects of it happening soon are remote.

Afghan Taliban's Ghazni attack turns Pakistan into useful US ally once more; India caught in uncomfortable situation
India

Afghan Taliban's Ghazni attack turns Pakistan into useful US ally once more; India caught in uncomfortable situation

Ghazni is a historic and strategically important city in Afghanistan. It has just witnessed a fierce battle between Afghan security forces and the Afghan Taliban

Amid diplomatic tensions, US hopes Pakistan will 'come to table' and 'aggressively' confront terror groups
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Amid diplomatic tensions, US hopes Pakistan will 'come to table' and 'aggressively' confront terror groups

The US on Tuesday expressed hope that Pakistan would "come to the table" and demonstrate willingness to "aggressively" confront terrorist groups that operate from its territory, amid reports that Islamabad has suspended its military and intelligence cooperation with America.

US funds freeze: Why China would not want to become Pakistan’s sole patron, sponsor and benefactor
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US funds freeze: Why China would not want to become Pakistan’s sole patron, sponsor and benefactor

China is likely to ensure that its ‘iron brother’ doesn’t antagonise the mercurial US president beyond a point.

Donald Trump's administration trying something new with Pakistan as policies post 9/11 have not worked: US official
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Donald Trump's administration trying something new with Pakistan as policies post 9/11 have not worked: US official

The Trump administration believes that it is time to try something new other than maintaining strategic patience and offering inducements to Pakistan

Shahid Abbasi calls US aid to Pakistan 'insignificant', says Islamabad is fighting terrorism with its own resources
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Shahid Abbasi calls US aid to Pakistan 'insignificant', says Islamabad is fighting terrorism with its own resources

Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has declared himself mystified by the US threats to cut off funding, saying that Washington's financial assistance was "very, very insignificant"

Pakistan in a state of flux due to tensions between country's military and civilian elements, says US official
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Pakistan in a state of flux due to tensions between country's military and civilian elements, says US official

There is a high level of tension in Pakistan between different elements of the civilian government and the military which complicates the US' ability to have an effective dialogue with the country