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Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s Sri Lanka visit: Kashmir, UNHRC, burial issue missing from joint statement

The two-day maiden visit of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan to Sri Lanka concluded on Wednesday with a joint statement released at the end of the visit

Nepali workers heading to India as restrictions ease

Oversees migration for work forms a crucial segment of Nepal’s economy

Vaccine diplomacy: Is India winning the soft power game?

Soon after the COVID-19 vaccines started appearing in the global market, it has emerged as a strong, yet unexpected, diplomatic tool for the handful of manufacturing countries

Long wait for Nepal's second international airport

More than 25 years since the idea of having a second international airport - as an alternative to the country’s only international airport at Kathmandu -  was mooted in Nepal, the country is nowhere near to building it

Maldives to revive bilateral talks with China; resumption of Chinese tourism

The Maldives and China are set to hold the seventh round of the bilateral talks on Tuesday virtually

US to review US-Taliban deal

Just days after the new administration, led by US President Joe Biden, took charge in the United States, the country made it clear it would review the US-Taliban deal, signed last year by the Trump Administration

CPEC and the battle for Baluchistan

At a press conference on Monday, Major General Babar Iftikhar, the director-general of the Pakistan Army’s media wing ISPR, revealed that the security forces are now “focused on Baluchistan.”

Meeting expectations of Tamil people in Sri Lanka’s own interest, says Indian foreign minister

Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Wednesday that it is in Sri Lanka’s own interest to fulfill the expectations of the Tamil people

With no tourists in sight, hotels in Nepal stare at bankruptcy

For the last few weeks, hotel unions in Nepal are holding a series of meetings

A warring Afghanistan's future remains a question mark

The next round of the intra-Afghan talks will focus on modalities of the division of powers, said Abdul Hafiz Mansoor, a member of the Afghan government negotiation team. As the Afghan government sets to enter into the second crucial phase of the intra-Afghan talks, the violence-battered country has yet to form a consensus on the issue of an…


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