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Pakistan and India exchanges list of prisoners

ISLAMABAD: According to the Agreement on Consular Access signed between Pakistan and India on 21 May 2008, both countries are required to exchange lists of prisoners in each other’s custody twice a year, on 1 January and 1 July, respectively. 57 more words

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The terror attack at Uri Sector of Indian Occupied Kashmir was cashed by the Indians in the same usual style. Yes, the terrorists had Pakistan back, Pakistan agencies supported them logistically and above all they had Pakistani food along. 373 more words

Hard Talks


Pak-India relations are too crucial. Every time, we are trying to heal the last stab wound, we receive another. A few weeks ago, Indian Chief passed on some statement, threatening Pakistan to see a more vigorous and deadly response in future. 386 more words

Redefining Pak-India relations, Daily Times, 5 October, 2013

OVER A COFFEE : Redefining Pak-India relations — Dr Haider Shah

Despite many apprehensions and media-led hullabaloo the prime ministers of India and Pakistan held a high profile meeting in New York. 911 more words

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Indian President hopeful about Pak-India ties


NEW DELHI: India sees progress in ties with Pakistan in spite of recent hiccups on the Line of Control in Kashmir, President Pranab Mukherjee said on Thursday. 321 more words

Pakistan: The Regional Stabilizer

For nearly a century the two most powerful nations on earth-Victorian Britain and Tsarist Russia –fought a secret war in the lonely passes and deserts of central Asia. 1,049 more words

Pak-US Relations

Post 9/11 Macavity

In India Former Maharashtra Inspector General of Police S M Mushrif wrote in “Who Killed Karkare-The Real Face of Terrorism in India” that all the reports that were available to him suggest that the Indian Intelligence Bureau (IB) was aware of the attack at least five days in advance.

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