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Pakistan exerting pressure on India to resolve Kashmir dispute: Maleeha Lodhi

NEW YORK: Pakistan is trying best to exert diplomatic pressure on India to go towards resolving the Kashmir dispute based on United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions that call for an internationally-supervised plebiscite for Kashmiris to decide their future, Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi has said. 412 more words


United Nations - Pakistan again brings up Kashmir

Raking up the Kashmir issue at the UN, Pakistan repeated its call for Security Council resolutions to be implemented in the state and said fulfilling promise of self-determination to the Kashmiri people is “indispensable” to establishing lasting peace and stability in South Asia. 343 more words

Lodhi: Though a weak state, Pakistan has a strong society

Laurence Léveillé | Staff Writer

Though Pakistan has faced several crises, people underestimate the resilience of the country’s people.

“We are a resilient society, a resilient nation, but we have a weak state,” said Maleeha Lodhi, former Pakistani ambassador to the United States and the United Kingdom. 4,105 more words

Chautauqua Institution

Former ambassador to US Lodhi provides insights on Pakistan

Mary Desmond | Staff Writer

Maleeha Lodhi has lived a life devoted to public service for Pakistan at home and abroad.

She is a journalist, diplomat, editor, professor and scholar. 722 more words


Focus turns to Pakistan in Week Five

Relatively young but a nuclear power, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan has a short history defined by political instability and tumultuous relationships with Afghanistan and India. 483 more words


Quips a Sign That U.S.-Pakistan Bond Soured

By Sebastian Abbot and Rebecca Santana for The Associated Press

You know a friendship has gone sour when you start making mean jokes about your friend in front of his most bitter nemesis. 635 more words


Identical themes, diverse conclusions

Amit Ranjan is a Research Scholar in South Asian Studies division of School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He can be reached at amitranjan.jnugmail.com. 843 more words