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Sri Lanka manages UNHRC resolution after sorting out delegation hiccups

The Sri Lankan government delegation  displayed that it could face the challenges at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva in a stronger footing in the face of UN human rights chief’s warning that Sri Lanka could slip back to conflict unless it addressed the ‘worst crimes’ during the final stages of its ethnic conflict.  

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Pakistani response to Balakot: Lessons and pathways

In a closed-door round table focused on lessons from the Balakot 26.03 crisis and pathways for de-escalation in the weeks ahead, Jinnah Institute convened a group of foreign policy thought leaders on Thursday, March 7.

Afghan scribe bats for strong ties with India

India and Afghanistan have maintained historically close ties fruitful for both nations. But political disturbances in Pakistan, located in between, poses difficulties for the Indo-Afghan bilateral relationship, observed senior Afghan radio journalist Abdul Mujeeb Khalvatgar in Guwahati.

 

Afghan scribe bats for strong ties with India

India and Afghanistan have maintained historically close ties fruitful for both nations. But political disturbances in Pakistan, located in between, poses difficulties for the Indo-Afghan bilateral relationship, observed senior Afghan radio journalist Abdul Mujeeb Khalvatgar in Guwahati.

India and Afghanistan have maintained historically close ties fruitful for both nations. But political disturbances in Pakistan, located in between, poses difficulties for the Indo-Afghan bilateral relationship, observed senior Afghan radio journalist Abdul Mujeeb Khalvatgar in Guwahati.

The India-Pakistan crisis: Pakistan's version

On March 1st, Pakistan reopened its airspace and returned Indian Wing Commander Abhinandan to his home country via the Wagah border.

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