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    Pakistan-Afghanistan border crossing sealed after shrine attack

    Pakistani authorities have sealed the Torkham border crossing with Afghanistan for an indefinite period in the wake of a terror attack at a shrine in Sindh province that killed at least 72 people, the media reported on Friday.
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    'India Planning To Sabotage CPEC'

    Pakistan on Thursday accused India of planning to "sabotage" the ambitious $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor."We are aware of Indian (government's) plans to sabotage CPEC," Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson, Nafees Zakaria,
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    Bloodbath At Pakistan Sufi Shrine

    A powerful blast ripped through the Sufi shrine of Lal Shehbaz Qalandar in Sehwan town of Pakistan's Sindh province on Thursday, killing at least 80 people, including women and children. 100's others are injured.
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    Hafiz Saeed wants travel ban revoked

    Jamaat-ud Dawa (JuD) chief and Hafiz Saeed has urged the Pakistan government to allow him to travel abroad, it was reported on Thursday.Asking the government to remove his name from the outside Exit Control List,
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    Need To Pay Close Attention To Indo-Pak Relationship: US Lawmaker

    There is a need to pay close attention to the "contentious" Indo-Pak relationship to maintain stability in South Asia, a Democratic US Congressman has said.
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    Pakistan arrests 30 over suicide attack in Lahore

    A day after a suicide blast at Lahore’s Mall Road killed 16 people and injured 87 others, local police arrested 30 suspects and registered first information reports against four unidentified terrorists.
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    India puts record 104 satellites into orbit

    India on Wednesday morning created a world record by successfully putting into orbit 104 satellites, including the country's own Cartosat-2earth observation satellite .
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    Pakistani court allows Indian movies

    The Lahore High Court has allowed private channels to show Indian movies as per their terms of agreements with Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra).
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    National anthem should be made compulsory in schools:Govt tells Supreme Court

    The Modi government wants singing of the national anthem made compulsory in all schools, its top law officer told the Supreme Court, which on Tuesday clarified that movie-goers needn’t stand when the song played as part of a film or documentary.
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    Tehmina Janjua Is New Pakistan Foreign Secy

    Tehmina Janjua on Monday was appointed as the new Pakistan Foreign Secretary. Janjua will assume the post of Foreign Secretary in the first week of March 2017.
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    Hindu population reducing because they never convert: Rijiju

    Hindu population is reducing in India as they “never convert people” while minorities are flourishing unlike that in some other countries, Union minister Kiren Rijiju said on Monday in remarks that can stoke a controversy.
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    Pak sounds alarm over 'nuclearisation' of Indian Ocean

    Pakistan is determined to counter growing threats to peace in the Indian Ocean, particularly from its "nuclearisation" by India, foreign affairs adviser Sartaj Aziz said.
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    Pakistan court bans Valentine's Day celebrations

    A Pakistani high court today banned Valentine's Day celebrations across the country and its promotion on social media after accepting a petition which argued that it was un-Islamic.
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    US report identifies discrimination against minorities in India

    In India, hate crimes against religious minorities, their social boycotts and forced conversions have escalated dramatically since 2014, says a US government report.
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    Amnesty releases report on Muzaffarnagar gangrape survivors

    Amnesty International's India chapter today released a report highlighting the plight of gangrape survivors of the 2013 Muzaffarnagar riots and the delay in the trial of these cases.