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Amsterdam [Netherlands], November 28 (ANI): The international community's failure to nail Pakistan for Mumbai terror attacks even after the 12 years is "highly unacceptable," according to an European think tank, which said the Pakistani military establishment, was "eminently culpable" in the
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Amsterdam [Netherlands], November 26 (ANI): As relations between India and China sour, the role of Bhutan has become paramount with its internal developments having important implications in terms of how these countries position themselves politically, economically and strategically, a Eu
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Amsterdam [Netherlands], November 21 (ANI): Through its decision to stay out of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), India has demonstrated that it is "conscious of the perils" of entering into free trade agreements that would merely provide its vast market for countries s
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Kabul [Afghanistan], November 20 (ANI): Terming Pakistan a "producer, sponsor and exporter of terrorism", scores of people on Thursday took to the streets of Kabul to protest against Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's maiden visit to Afghanistan.
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Amsterdams [Netherlands], November 10 (ANI): Pakistan military establishment and successive administrations have exploited and politicised the sectarian fault lines in Pakistan occupied Kashmir's Gilgit-Baltistan, which have allowed Islamabad to vindicate the militarisation of Gilgit-Baltist
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Amsterdam [Netherlands], October 31 (ANI): There is bipartisan recognition in the US of the need to counter Chinese belligerence and the fact that the 2+2 dialogue was held just a week before the presidential elections reflects the confidence that India and US have in the robustness of th
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Amsterdam [Netherlands], October 13 (ANI): Afghanistan has been in perpetual in-fighting for over four decades now and the ejection of the Taliban in 2001 increased violence levels in the country, according to a European-based Think Tank.
Amsterdam [Netherlands], October 10 (ANI): Pakistan government's recent charges against former premier Nawaz Sharif and Pakistan occupied Kashmir so-called prime minister Raja Farooq Haider are the result of the "deep rot" that has set in ever since Imran Khan "selected by the military es
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Amsterdam [Netherlands], October 03 (ANI): As Pakistan opposition has formed a new united front with an aim of restoring "genuine and undiluted" democracy in the country, a European think tank said that the opposition parties will need to "stick together" if they really intends to "loosen
Geneva [Switzerland], October 1 (ANI): With Pakistan announcing its arbitrary plan to annex Gilgit Baltistan, several activists have raised objection against the move and accused Islamabad of collaborating with China to bring carved up the Pakistan occupied region as its fifth province.
Geneva [Switzerland], September 30 (ANI): After the fall of the caliphate in Syria and Iraq, the Islamic State is fast spreading its network in South Asia, the region which already has a large number of terrorist and extremist groups.
Updated : 2 months, 1 week ago IST
Amsterdam [Netherlands], September 26 (ANI): In a "belated response" to India's moves to nullify Articles 370 and 35A in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan is turning Gilgit Baltistan into a province by giving it representation on all constitutional bodies, according to the European Foundation for