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India most ignorant country in world: survey

India has topped the list of most ignorant countries in a survey carried out by Ipsos MORI, which includes information from 27,250 interviews of people aged 16 to 64 carried out between September and November, the Independent reported on Saturday. Ipsos MORI surveyed people from …

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Dialogue is key to bring peace in region:Pakistan deplores killing of innocent Kashmiris in IHK

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI ISLAMABAD – Pakistan has expressed the hope India would soon realize that dialogue is key to bring peace in region as well as resolution of all issues particularly Jammu and Kashmir. Responding to questions at his weekly news briefing in Islamabad on …

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Pakistan denounces Indian brutalities in Occupied Kashmir

ISLAMABAD -UNS – Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria has said that Indian forces are committing genocide of the people of Kashmir. In his twitter message, he condemned Indian atrocities and brutalities in Occupied Kashmir. He also condemned the killing of a minor girl and injuring …

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New ‘enemy property’ law unfairly targets Indian Muslims: analysts

MUMBAI: A controversial bill that amends a five-decade-old law to deny Indian families of those who moved to China and Pakistan the right to reclaim “enemy properties” seized by the state unfairly targets Muslims, analysts say. The Enemy Property Act of 1968, enacted after the …

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Modi’s BJP set to win key state poll in India’s Uttar Pradesh

UNS/BBC – Early trends suggest that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is set to win crucial assembly elections in northern Uttar Pradesh state. Mr Modi personally led the campaign in the country’s most populous state against regional rivals, the Samajwadi Party and …

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Two stranded Kashmiri boys reached Pakistan

LAHORE -UNS: Two Kashmiri boys who were stranded to Indian occupied Kashmir were handed over by the Border Security Force (BSF) to Pakistan Rangers at Wagah border crossing in Lahore on Friday. Matric students from Muzaffarabad- Faisal Hussain Awan and Ahsan Khursheed- were stranded to …

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Indian agency clears Pakistan of involvement in Uri attack

NEW DELHI -UNS – Indian investigation agency has refuted claims of Indian army and Modi-led administration on Wednesday about Pakistan’s involvement in Uri attack and freed two detained Azad Kashmiri youths. Faisal Hassan and Ahsan Khurshid were detained by India after a terror attack on …

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Relations with Afghanistan on Indian priorities unacceptable: Qadir Baloch

ISLAMABAD -UNS : Minister for State and Frontier Regions Abdul Qadir Baloch on Tuesday said Pakistan desires cordial relations with Afghanistan but any such relations must be bilateral and not in pursuit of Indian priorities. “Pakistan fully recognizes that peace in region cannot be achieved …

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Pakistan seek removal of India’s tallest flag over spying suspicions

ISLAMABAD -UNS – Pakistan has lodged a protest with India for hoisting its tallest ever flag at Attari border, maintaining it was an instrument for ‘espionage’, according to The Independent. The flag, which can be seen in Lahore, was erected at the Attari border and …

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Indian soldier who complained about officers found dead

LAHORE -UNS – An Indian army soldier was allegedly forced to commit suicide by oppressive officers. He had earlier complained about their atrocities while talking to media. According to reports, Roy Mathew was found dead hanging in his camp. A few days ago, during an …

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