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The Pakistan Army has warned the US against "unilateral action", saying that despite its desire for cooperation on Afghanistan, there could be no compromise on national respect and sovereignty, the media reported on Friday.

 
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India on Friday strongly condemned Thursday's terror attack in Afghanistan's capital Kabul that claimed over 40 lives and injured more than 80 people.

 
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Palestine's envoy to Pakistan shared a stage with JuD chief and the alleged mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks Hafiz Saeed, to which India has reacted strongly.

 
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Condemning the attacks on religious minorities and foreigners in recent times, Bangladesh Cultural Affairs Minister Asaduzzaman Noor has said the social consciousness generated by Bengal Classical Music Festival would help eradicate the evil forces disrupting the harmony of the country.

 
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Pakistan's powerful Army would be shifting its General Headquarters from Rawalpindi to the capital city with the allotment of over 1,000 acres of land to it, a media report said.

 
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Global terror network Al Qaeda that formally announced its affiliate in Jammu and Kashmir earlier this year has said targeting Indian cities and sidelining Pakistan and its army were key to jihadi success in the state.

 
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Leaders across party lines on Wednesday condemned Pakistan's "misbehaviour" with the wife and mother of alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav during the meeting in Islamabad on Monday, with the issue figuring inside the Lok Sabha as well as in the Parliament galleries.

 
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China and Pakistan want Afghanistan to join their multi-billion dollar economic corridor, a key component of Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative which India has spurned over sovereignty issues.

 
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Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed has opened an office of his Milli Muslim League (MML) in Lahore despite opposition by the Interior Ministry over an entry of "offshoots of proscribed entities into the political arena".

 
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In a public relations exercise, Pakistan on Monday arranged a meeting between Indian death row prisoner Kulbhushan Jadhav, and his mother and wife for about 40 minutes - through a glass panel - at the Foreign Office in Islamabad but did not allow a private discussion between them.

 


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