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Use of nuclear weapons in South Asia can’t be ruled out: Biden South Asia is among a few regions in the world where nuclear weapons could be used in a regional conflict, the outgoing US Vice President...

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Gen Bajwa urges Afghan President Ghani to control cross border movement of terrorists Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Sunday telephoned Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to condole over the loss of...

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Roadside bomb kills seven Afghan civilians: officials At least seven civilians, including a women and three children, were killed when their truck hit a roadside bomb in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday,...

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135 fishermen in Indian jails, FO tells SC The federal government has told the Supreme Court that at least 135 Pakistani fishermen are currently detained by India. In a report, the Foreign Office explained...

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Air India ranked third worst performing airline in the world In what could come as a major blow and embarrassment to the national carrier, Air India has been ranked among the world’s worst airlines...

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Former president of Iran Ayatollah Rafsanjani dead at 82 Former Iranian president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani died in hospital in Tehran where he was taken after suffering a heart attack on Sunday, state...

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Facebook to start charging users? Some of Facebook users were left shocked on Saturday after a message appeared stating they’ll soon be charged for using the service. The message said that Facebook...

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Pakistan’s Raheel Sharif appointed chief of Saudi-led Islamic military alliance Pakistan’s recently retired army chief General Raheel Sharif is all set to head a Saudi Arabia-led 39-nation...

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Turkish Police kills two suspected attackers after car bomb in Izmir The Turkish Police shot dead two attackers and were searching for a third after a car bomb exploded outside a courthouse in the Aegean...

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Ready to respond to Indian aggression, says Pakistan army chief “Gen. Bajwa rejects self-defeating claims by Indian COAS about ”so called surgical strike” and its possible recurrence,”...