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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…

Women rights activist assassinated in Afghanistan

While the warring Afghan sides are on a break from the intra-Afghan talks, there seems to be no such break in the deadly spree of daily targeted assassinations in Afghanistan

Fifth journalist killed in two months in Afghanistan

Rahmatullah Nekzad, an Afghan journalist working for the Associated Press, the American newswire, becomes the fifth journalist in the last two months to be killed in Afghanistan on Monday, TOLOnews reported

How the gamble paid off for Maldives' tourism amid COVID-19

When Jasmin, a Swiss national, landed in the Maldives on Saturday, little did she realise that her arrival in the Indian Ocean archipelago would become a moment of celebration for the country’s tourism industry

Maldives seeks foreign ministers-level dialogue, resumption of flights with China

The Maldives expressed its “keen interest” to seek foreign ministers-level dialogue with China in a virtual meeting that took place on Thursday between the representatives of the two nations at the level of director-general

Another journalist killed by gunmen in Afghanistan

Malalai Maiwind, an Afghan woman journalist, was killed along with her driver by unknown gunmen on Thursday morning in the eastern city of Jalalabad

SAARC leaders call for greater regional cooperation amid pandemic

SAARC  leaders have called for greater cooperation among its members to realize the full potential of a shared vision as it commemorated the 36th Charter Day of the eight-nation South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) amid the global pandemic


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