25 August 2019


Committed to complete Kartarpur Corridor, despite tense ties with India: Pakistan (8)
A senior aide to Pakistan PM Imran Khan has said that the country is committed to complete the Kartarpur corridor project for Sikh pilgrims despite the tensions in relations with India. advertisement Press Trust of India Islamabad August 25, 2019 UPDATED: August 25, 2019 14:33 IST The Kartarpur corridor will connect Darbar Sahib in Pakistan's Kartarpur with Dera Baba Nanak shrine in Gurdaspur district.
Pakistan Senate Chairman cancels UAE trip over Modi's visit (6)
IANS/Islamabad (Supplied) The visit to the UAE would hurt the feelings of the Kashmiri people. Pakistan Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani has decided to cancel his pre- scheduled trip to the UAE over Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent trip to UAE, a media report said on Sunday. The Senate chairman's visit to the UAE would hurt the feelings of the Kashmiri people; therefore, he has decided to cancel his and a
'Pakistan Army prepared to thwart any Indian misadventure' (6)
APP/Rawalpindi (ISPR) Army chief was addressing officers and troops at formation headquarters in Gilgit. Pakistan Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Saturday said the army was fully prepared to thwart any Indian misadventure and aggression. "We are alive to threat from Eastern Border linked to ongoing situation in Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir, and fully prepared to thwart any
'Awards to Modi from Muslim countries in over five years tight slap for Pakistan' (3)
ANI Prime Minister Modi has always maintained that these awards are not merely for a person but for 130 crore Indians and their value systems. The officials feel that "innovative foreign policy" of Prime Minister Modi has ensured that India's relations with the Muslim world are better than ever before.
US, Taliban resume push for peace at Doha talks (4)
Members of the Taliban delegation walk during a previous round of talks in the Qatari capital Doha. (File/AFP) AFP August 24, 2019 18:17 Follow @arabnews US, Taliban resume push for peace at Doha talks Both the US and Taliban denied media reports Saturday that there had been discussions about the formation of an interim Afghan government that would include the Taliban "Governance decisions are for Afghans to make in intra-Afghan
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