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Pakistani delegation leaves for India for talks on water disputes

LAHORE – A five-member Pakistani delegation left for New Delhi today (Sunday) as talks between nuclear-armed neighbors on water disputes will begin on Monday. The delegation led by Pakistan Commissioner for Indus Waters Syed Muhammad Mehr Ali Shah crossed into India via Wagah border.

Things You Didn’t Know About the American Past Politicians

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Expanding Peacefull Political Climate Gears up for this Election

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The Politics Behind Marocco’s Stock Market Turbulence Last Year

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Military Helicopter Crashes in Southwest Pakistan, 6 Soldiers Killed

Islamabad — Pakistan’s military said Monday that one of its helicopters crashed in a turbulent southwestern district, killing all six soldiers on board.

UK Goes For The Kill! Plans To Equip Ukraine With Lethal Anti-Ship Missiles To End Russian Naval Blockade

UK is now considering supplying anti-ship missiles and armored vehicles to Ukrainian forces.

Pakistan is on the cusp of an unprecedented economic and political crisis.

PAKISTANIS find themselves once again in familiar territory – on the cusp of yet another economic crisis. While the country has endured frequent balance of payments-induced crises in the past, this one is different. To understand what is different about the current crisis, one needs to revisit the typology of economic crises.

Gen Bajwa becomes first Pakistani Chief Guest at RMA Sandhurst Passing out Parade

LONDON: Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday attended the passing-out parade at the renowned Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, in the United Kingdom.

Pakistan Air Force: Punching Above Its Weight

Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah on a visit to the flying school of then RPAF located at Risalpur on 13 April 1948 said,
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