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Kashmir – no peace piece left

By Dr Asim Hussain Crowds of innocent people stared to que outside petrol pumps, ATMs and food stores. A wave of terror and chaos crashed on the Kashmiris, following the night of Saturday. Thousands…

True humanitarianism knows no borders

By Saeed Niazi The Kashmir dispute has once again been brought into the global consciousness. Earlier this month a plane flew over Headingley Stadium in Leeds during the Cricket World Cup, with a…

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Karunaratne, Thirimanne guide Sri Lanka to 133-0 in chase of 268 runs target

Sri Lanka got off to a strong start in their chase for a 268-run victory target after skipper Dimuth Karunaratne and batsman Lahiru Thirimanne frustrated New Zealand with a 133-run opening stand on the penultimate day of the opening test on Saturday. After New Zealand made 285 all out to leave the hosts with a tricky fourth-innings target, Karunaratne and Thirimanne batted sensibly through the last two sessions to swing momentum their way. Karunaratne hit only two boundaries in his patient 71, while Thirimanne stroked…

Over 600 Kashmiri politicians, lawyers, activists arrested by India: report

SRINAGAR: More than 600 prominent Kashmiri politicians, activists and lawyers have been detained by Indian occupation forces in Kashmir since the scrapping of special status on August 5, a media report said. The Print quoted a top official as saying that the detained individuals include those arrested by the state police; or put under preventive custody at detention centres; or house arrested; or sent to prisons outside Kashmir. The figure does not account for other locals, mostly youth, who have been taken into…

Foreign Ministry to set up Kashmir Cell: Qureshi

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Saturday announced that a Kashmir Cell would be set up at the Foreign Affairs Ministry to closely monitor the developments in the Indian-occupied Kashmir. The announcement came after he chaired a meeting of the eight-member Kashmir Committee. "The Kashmir Committee has decided to constitute ‘Kashmir Cell’ in the Foreign Ministry of Pakistan," he said during a press conference. The Kashmir desks will be formed in several Pakistani missions abroad "in order…

Greenland isn´t for sale but it is increasingly valuable

Washington: President Donald Trump´s reported wish to buy Greenland may have been rejected by Denmark, but it underscores the rapidly rising value of the massive, ice-covered island due to global warming and to China´s drive for an Arctic presence.


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