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  • Pakistan A Destabilising Factor In Afghanistan: Afghan Foreign Minister

    Pakistan A Destabilising Factor In Afghanistan: Afghan Foreign Minister

    Terror groups continue to have safe havens in Pakistan and its establishment provides unhindered support to terrorists, Afghanistan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani said on Tuesday, slamming Pakistan for being the destabilising factor in his war-torn country.

  • Tea, Biscuits, Special Dal: 'Missing' Cleric On His Questioning In Pakistan

    Tea, Biscuits, Special Dal: 'Missing' Cleric On His Questioning In Pakistan

    Back home on Monday, the two Indian clerics who had gone missing in Pakistan met Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj to thank her for intervening with Islamabad to ensure they get back to Delhi safe. Their family has alleged Pakistan's security agencies had taken in the two clerics - Syed Asif Ali Nizami, the 80-year-old head priest of New Delhi's Nizam...

  • India's Maritime Strategy In Indian Ocean 'Expansionist', Alleges Pak, Talks Of 'Threat'

    India's Maritime Strategy In Indian Ocean 'Expansionist', Alleges Pak, Talks Of 'Threat'

    Pakistan's top diplomat Sartaj Aziz has accused India of having an "expansionist" maritime security strategy and said that Sir Creek in Gujarat, a tidal estuary on the border of India and Pakistan poses a "threat" to the security of the Indian Ocean. "The un-demarcated borders in Sir Creek have the potential to cast a shadow on maritime security. I...

  • Pakistan Wants Friendly Ties With Trump Administration, Says Sartaj Aziz

    Pakistan Wants Friendly Ties With Trump Administration, Says Sartaj Aziz

    Adviser to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said on Saturday that Pakistan desired good, friendly and lasting ties with the new US administration. Mr Aziz said that Mr Sharif's first contact with US President Donald Trump was a "very pleasant one". The two leaders had spoken over telephone a while back.

  • Pakistan To Repay $500 Million Loan To China: Minister

    Pakistan To Repay $500 Million Loan To China: Minister

    Pakistani Finance Minister Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar has directed the State Bank of Pakistan to repay a loan of $500 million to the Chinese State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE), upon its maturity on January 23, the Finance Ministry said.

  • Foreign Media On PM Modi's Comments On Differences With China

    Foreign Media On PM Modi's Comments On Differences With China

    India will not hold talks with Pakistan as long as New Delhi's nuclear-armed neighbor continues to support terrorism in South Asia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a foreign policy speech.

  • Nawaz Sharif Angles For Invite To Donald Trump Inauguration: Report

    Nawaz Sharif Angles For Invite To Donald Trump Inauguration: Report

    First there was a moment of panic, when Pakistanis struggled to absorb the news last month that Donald Trump, who had threatened to bar foreign Muslims from the United States and suggested it was time to "get tough" with Pakistan for sheltering terrorists, was the U.S. president-elect.

  • For A Week In US, Pakistan PM's Top Aide Yet To Meet Trump Team

    For A Week In US, Pakistan PM's Top Aide Yet To Meet Trump Team

    Pakistan prime minister's top foreign policy aide Tariq Fatemi, who has been in the US for a week for 'familiarisation meetings' with President-elect Donald Trump's transition team, is yet to meet anyone from the incoming administration, a media report said on Sunday.

  • Pakistan Mulls Ban on Sports Teams' Participation in India

    Pakistan Mulls Ban on Sports Teams' Participation in India

    Pakistan's sports minister Riaz Pirzada said his ministry would soon consult the ministry of foreign affairs, Pakistan Sports Board, Pakistan Olympic Association and if required seek the advice of the Prime Minister before arriving at a final decision.

  • Pakistan's Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz Meets Afghan President Ashraf Ghani

    Pakistan's Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz Meets Afghan President Ashraf Ghani

    Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz today met Afghan President Ashraf Ghani during which they discussed ways to bring peace and stability in Afghanistan.

  • Important To End Terror For Stability In Afghanistan, Says PM Narendra Modi

    Important To End Terror For Stability In Afghanistan, Says PM Narendra Modi

    Pakistan Premier's foreign affairs adviser Sartaj Aziz along with foreign ministers of four countries on Saturday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi who told them that it was important to end terrorism and violence for fostering stability in Afghanistan and the region.

  • Pak Flaunts, Then Downplays Nawaz Sharif's Call With Trump: Foreign Media

    Pak Flaunts, Then Downplays Nawaz Sharif's Call With Trump: Foreign Media

    The morning papers were giddy with hyperbole on Thursday over the news that Donald Trump had spoken to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif by phone a day earlier and showered compliments on a country he once accused of "betrayal and disrespect" - even offering to help the nuclear power solve its problems abroad.

  • Big Turnaround If Trump Lavished Praise On Sharif On Phone: Foreign Media

    Big Turnaround If Trump Lavished Praise On Sharif On Phone: Foreign Media

    Pakistan's Press Information Bureau on Wednesday released a readout of a phone call on Monday between Pakistan's prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, and the U.S. president-elect, Donald Trump. The readout is unusual in that it focuses almost entirely on Trump's contributions to the conversation, and reproduces them in a voice that is unmistakably his.

  • Pakistan Rules Out Bullet Trains In Near Future; Says No Market

    Pakistan Rules Out Bullet Trains In Near Future; Says No Market

    Pakistan cannot afford to have bullet trains on par with foreign nations, the country's railway minister has said, citing lack of market for the high- speed rail project.

  • India Non-Committal On Talks With Pakistan's Sartaj Aziz: Foreign Ministry

    India Non-Committal On Talks With Pakistan's Sartaj Aziz: Foreign Ministry

    India on Thursday remained non-committal about holding talks with Pakistan Prime Minister's foreign affairs adviser Sartaj Aziz during the Heart of Asia Conference which he will attend in Amritsar next week.

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