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    Relationships Between India And Pakistan War

  • US views relationships with India, Pakistan individually: Pentagon

    WASHINGTON: The United States views its relationships with India and Pakistan individually and not as a “zero-sum game”, says the Pentagon while endorsing Islamabad’s claim that it needs F-16s for fighting extremists...

    The issue of the eight F-16s that Pakistan wants to buy from the United States came up again at a news briefing on Tuesday when an Indian journalist asked the Pentagon press secretary if he really believed Islamabad...

  • RELATIONSHIPS: FORGIVING IS ABOUT MOVING ON

    And the climax isn’t orgasm; it’s that ever-elusive concept of “closure...

    Or maybe they have had a rare flash of self-awareness and are apologising for how they hurt you when you were together; you were right in every single argument, they admit, and they were wrong...

  • From relationships to revolutions — ways Facebook has changed the world

    In a decade, the social network has transformed people’s relationships, privacy, their businesses, the news media, helped topple regimes and even changed the meaning of everyday words...

    And unlike real life when the ending of a friendship can be deeply traumatic, it is easy to “de-friend”, a word invented to describe ditching a casual acquaintance when they are no longer enhancing your Facebook newsfeed...

  • No space for war between Pakistan and India, says DG ISPR

    Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor said on Monday that there was no space for war between Pakistan and India, two nuclear powers of the sub-continent...

    There were 1881 violations recorded in 2017 alone, which left 52 dead and 254 injured, he said...

  • If breaks out, Pakistan-India war may spiral into a world war, warns Khurshid

    SUKKUR: Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Syed Khurshid Ahmed Shah has warned that a full-scale war between Pakistan and India, if takes place, is bound to turn into a third world war and cause a huge loss of life and massive destruction in the region...

    Speaking to the media at his residence here on Friday, Mr Shah ruled out possibility of a war between the two countries observing that [Indian Prime Minister Narendra]...

  • Tug of war between ECP and PTI deepens

    ISLAMABAD: A tug of war between the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf deepened on Thursday when Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) retired Justice Sardar Mohammad Raza refused to meet PTI spokesman Fawad Chaudhry...

    The PTI chief has criticised the commission several times in the past and even accused it of being biased and partial...

  • War of words between Rangers and MQM over fresh arrests

    KARACHI: A Rangers claim that the paramilitary force was arresting the “sector in charges and unit in charges of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement because its Tanzeemi committee was organising a militant wing” was on Sunday rejected by the MQM, which criticised the Rangers’ intelligence and said the body they were talking about had been disbanded long ago...

    Apparently, in response to MQM chief Altaf Hussain’s allegations that the Rangers...

  • Islamabad welcomes Putin's offer to mediate between Pakistan and India

    The Foreign Office (FO) during a weekly briefing in Islamabad on Thursday welcomed Russian President Vladimir Putin's offer to mediate between India and Pakistan...

    FO Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria told the press that Pakistan had recently established high-level contact with Russia, adding that Pakistan welcomed Putin's offer to ease tensions between the two countries...

  • Deadlock persists between India and Pakistan over cricket series

    LAHORE: Deadlock over bilateral series persisted when top officials of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) met in Dubai on Monday...

    The two boards defended their respective stance on the legal notice sent to the BCCI by the PCB, claiming financial losses of over US$60 million, for not honouring memorandums of understanding signed between them...

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