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    Why aren't there any Indians in the World XI?

    Back when I edited slightly complicated news stories, journalistic habit would kick in and present me with a question: What if someone landed from Mars and read this story? Would it adequately .

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    Pakistan made great sacrifices in fighting terror, country has ‘clear conscience’:China

    Pakistan has made great sacrifices in fighting terror and has a clear conscience, China said on Friday, barely five days after Beijing joined other Brics members in condemning the terror groups.

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    Pakistanis reject Trump remarks on harboring militants

    Pakistan’s National Assembly passed a resolution on Wednesday condemning US President Donald Trump’s accusations that Islamabad was prolonging the war in Afghanistan, denouncing them as “hostile” and “threatening.”

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    Value ties with Pak, looks forward to scheduling meetings: US

    The US values its relationship and partnership with Pakistan, the Trump administration has said, days after Islamabad suspended official visits and talks with Washington to protest against President Donald Trump.

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    Pakistan suspended talks, visits with US

    Pakistan suspended bilateral talks and visits with the US "as a mark of protest over the recent anti-Pakistan diatribe by US President Donald Trump", said top government sources to Dawn newspaper.

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    The Hindu woman who found her freedom in the sound of the azan

    It was many years ago when I visited the Barmer-Jaisalmer stretch of sand dunes in Rajasthan that glitter beautifully — like gold in the warm winter sunshine — in search of something inarticulate.

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    Pakistan ‘postpones’ visit by senior US official

    Pakistan has had a visit by a senior US official to the country postponed amid high anti-American sentiment in the country following controversial remarks made by US President Donald Trump.

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    Russia warns Trump against piling up pressure on Pakistan

    “Putting pressure [on Pakistan] may seriously destabilise the region-wide security situation and result in negative consequences for Afghanistan,” Kabulov told Russia’s Afghanistan Daily on Tuesday.

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    Respect Pakistan's sovereignty: China tells US

    China's top diplomat has defended Pakistan's “important role” in Afghanistan in a phone call with United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, after US President Trump accused Islamabad of harbouring militants.

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    Pakistan rejects 'disappointing' Trump criticism

    Pakistan has voiced its “disappointment” over remarks made by US President Donald Trump, while denying accusations of its support for terrorist groups.

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    Trump rules out Afghan troops withdrawal

    US President Donald Trump today ruled out a hasty withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan to end America's longest war while he warned that tension between India and Pakistan could spiral into a conflict.

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    Players & Gentlemen!

    Pakistan’s former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, is publicly known as an avid lover of Cricket, a game historically known as the game of “players and gentlemen.”

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    Raj all the rage as India marks 70 years of independence

    As India marks the 70th anniversary of its independence this year, a slew of movies tackling its colonial history are hitting cinema screens, including a controversial account of Partition by the director.

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    US blacklists Kashmir's Hizbul Mujahideen as 'terrorist' group

    The United States added the Kashmiri separatist group Hizbul Mujahideen to its blacklist of terrorist organisations on Wednesday, amidst renewed protests against Indian oppression in the region.

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    Arch-enemies of Jinnah and Gandhi

    Seven decades after Pakistan and India came out of British colonial rule, we see that the enemies of Jinnah and Gandhi are ruling the two countries — in India directly while in Pakistan indirectly.

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    Sri Lanka team to tour Pakistan in September in first visit since 2009 attack

    Sri Lanka's cricket board has approved a tour to Pakistan, eight years after a deadly militant attack on the team brought top international games in the country to a standstill, officials said on Monday.

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    Pak hoists largest flag in its history to mark 70th I-Day

    Pakistan Army Chief Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa hoisted the flag at the border at 12 in the midnight, kicking off the festivities of Independence Day across the country.

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    Pakistanis and Indians sing each other's national anthems for Independence Day

    An initiative by Voice of Ram, a social media page which stands up for peace, unity and humanity, the VOR Peace Anthem features 13 artists from both sides of the border in hopes of displaying love and spreading.

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    Pakistan:Coke Studio10 kicks off on a good note,with 'Allahu Akbar' taking the lead

    Pakistan’s Coke Studio season 10 launched earlier this month with a rendition of the national anthem. While that may not have garnered the response it had hoped for, the first episode, launched on August 11.

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    Seven decades on, what we have achieved from Partition?

    While I have no memory of the journey, I learned later that our train had been attacked on the way, and we had been saved only by the presence and courage of the handful of soldiers who escorted us.

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    Pak asks US to shun force in Afghanistan

    In its input for the ongoing review by the United States on Afghanistan, Pakistan has advised the Trump administration to follow the path of negotiations instead of relying on the use of force to find a solution.

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    Pakistan: JuD launches political party, plans to contest 2018 polls

    The Jamaatud Dawa (JuD), a Pakistan-based charity that the US accuses of being a front for anti-India militant group, has entered the mainstream politics by forming a new party, officials said Monday.

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    Darshan Lal becomes first Hindu to enter Pakistan cabinet in 20 years

    Pakistan's new Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi formed his cabinet on Friday, filling it with his toppled predecessor Nawaz Sharif's aides and allies. It also included the first Hindu in a Pakistan government.

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    New Pakistan PM Shahid Abbasi's cabinet sworn in

    The Cabinet of Pakistan's new Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi was sworn in on Friday with media reports saying that Khawaja Asif has been appointed the country's first full-time foreign minister since 2013.

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