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India-Pakistan ceasefire violation: Residents of Jammu and Kashmir border district thank government

People living in the border areas of Jammu and Kashmir around the Line of Control (LoC) have expressed happiness after India and Pakistan announced recently that both sides decided to cease firing along the LoC and all other sectors

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Pakistan ready to resolve all outstanding issues with India: PM Imran Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday, welcoming the ceasefire announced on the Line of Control (LoC), said Pakistan has always stood for peace and remains "ready to move forward to resolve all outstanding issues through dialogue"

India, Bangladesh won't allow misuse of territory

India and Bangladesh on Saturday reaffirmed their decision to not allow their territories to be used for any activity inimical to each other's interests

Over 6500 South Asian migrant workers died in Qatar in 10 years

More than 6500 migrant workers from South Asian countries have died in Qatar in the last ten years, mainly after it started mega construction projects in 2010 to prepare itself to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup

US condemns cross-border terrorism, welcomes India-Pakistan ceasefire agreement

The US condemns terrorists infiltrating the Line of Control (LoC) and expects Pakistan to play a “constructive role” in Kashmir, according to State Department spokesperson Ned Price

Nepal: Reconstruction work of 66th school with Indian aid

The reconstruction work of the 66th school in Nepal, under the Indian grant assistance, recently commenced in Dakshinkali Municipality,officials said

US welcomes India-Pakistan ceasefire agreement, calls it a ‘positive step’ for South Asian stability

The United States welcomes the agreement between India and Pakistan reaffirming their commitment to a ceasefire along the line of control, President Joe Biden's Spokesperson Jen Psaki said on Thursda

Indo-Pacific cooperation: Senior officials of India, France, Australia confer

India-France-Australia Trilateral Senior Officials’ Meeting was held on Wednesday where they discussed the next steps to be taken for further trilateral cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region

Sri Lanka, Pakistan aim at $1 billion bilateral trade

Pakistan and Sri Lanka have decided to expand their existing bilateral trade volume to $1 billion annually

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

Bangladesh alleges torture of its national by India's BSF

Bangladesh alleged a 17-year-old agricultural worker was brutally beaten and tortured by the personnel of the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) on Tuesday at Betna border in Haripur Upazila district of Bangladesh

Pakistan offers $50M credit line to Sri Lanka for defence cooperation

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that defence and security cooperation to end the menace of terrorism are of equal importance to both Pakistan and Sri Lanka

India permits use of airspace by Pakistani PM's special aircraft

In a gesture that was a welcome departure from the starchy ties between the countries, India gave permission to Pakistan PM Imran Khan's special aircraft to use the country’s airspace while flying to Sri Lanka on Tuesday

Pakistan signs five MoUs with Sri Lanka, offers CPEC benefits and access to Central Asia

Pakistan and Sri Lanka signed five MoUs to enhance cooperation in the fields of investment, science, and technology, and industrial technology on the first day of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s two-day state visit to Sri Lanka, Dawn reported

No need for India-Pakistan cricket till there's terrorism in Kashmir: Former cricketer and MP Gautam Gambhir

Former Indian star cricketer Gautam Gambhir, who is now a ruling BJP MP, has strongly opposed the idea of resumption of cricket between India and Pakistan until Islamabad stops cross-border terrorism in Jammu & Kashmir

Pakistani wives of ex-Kashmiri militants protest in Srinagar, want to return

Pakistani wives of surrendered Kashmiri militants, who came here under J&K government’s rehabilitation policy via Nepal, on Tuesday protested in the summer capital, Srinagar, demanding travel document so that they can go back to their home country or deportation

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