World must recognize Pakistan’s efforts for peace: UN chief

The United Nations (UN) Chief Antonio Guterres on Monday lauded Pakistan’s efforts for peace and stability in neighbouring Afghanistan and said the world must recognize Islamabad’s positive role. Addressing a seminar at the National University of Science and Technology in Islamabad, Guterres said the international community recognizes the sacrifices and efforts of the Pakistani troops […]

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UN optimistic about US-Taliban talks

The United Nations said it is optimistic about the peace talks between the United States and the Taliban, calling them a step toward ending the Afghan war. In a press briefing, UN spokesman Stephan Dujarric said the body is closely following the Doha talks. UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres will travel to Pakistan next week for […]

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Turkish President Erdogan vows support for Pakistan on Kashmir

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday likened Pakistan to his “second home”, and vowed that Ankara will support Islamabad at Financial Action Task Force (FATF) meetings despite any pressure. Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has reiterated Ankara’s support for Pakistan and its stance on the Kashmir issue. Addressing a joint session of Pakistan’s parliament, […]

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India against its liar-in-chief

Rajiv Kumar

Rajiv Kumar is a professor at the University of Heidelberg. He served on the faculty of Kashmir University from 1984-1990. He can be reached at rajivk100@hotmail.com.
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The past months in Indian politics have proved to be an eon; suddenly the all-conquering and all-powerful Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been reduced to his pitiable caricature. The tidal wave against him was accurately captured by a headline in the Asia Times, “Indians rise up against their liar-in-chief”. Only last May, Modi had […]

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5.8 MAGNITUDE EARTHQUAKE HITS PAKISTAN

A 5.8 magnitude earthquake was felt in several cities and northern parts of Pakistan on Tuesday afternoon, September 24. The cities that were severely jolted include Islamabad, Azad Kashmir, Peshawar, Rawalpindi and Lahore.   The tremors lasted for almost 10 seconds but were felt strongly, in many parts of the country. Other cities where the […]

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PREREQUISITE OF AFGHAN PEACE PROCESS; CHALLENGING SITUATION FOR PAKISTAN?

Sabeen Arshad

Writer at Indus News
The author is a journalist, peerless writer, and poet with a passion for telling stories.
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Prime Minister Imran Khan made a visit to the US, to strengthen Pakistan’s role in Afghanistan in a bid to end its isolation. The Afghan peace process has entered a pivotal phase, making it even more problematic for Pakistan. As many had anticipated, Afghanistan remained the main point of consideration during the meeting held between […]

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