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Peace Talks between the US, Taliban Envoy

US and Taliban begin fresh talks in Qatar A fresh round of talks between the U.S. and the Taliban began in Qatar early Saturday morning. The talks are said to focus on, American withdrawal from Afghanistan with Taliban promising no further hosting of terrorist outfits and terrorists in the country. This optimistic approach shall end America’s longest military engagement on foreign soil, which has dragged

Former Pakistani President Arrested Amid Long-Standing Corruption Charges

Ex Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari arrested under money laundering charges

Ex Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari arrested under money laundering charges Pakistan’s former President, Asif Ali Zardari has been arrested under high-profile money laundering charges. Zardari has denied all allegations Former President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari was arrested on Monday. The arrest came soon after a court rejected his bail application in a high-profile money laundering case. Zardari is the husband

Indian Foreign Minister Says SAARC has Problems, BIMSTEC to be Focus Area

S. Jaishankar

S. Jaishankar confirms shift in focus from SAARC to BIMSTEC Newly sworn-in External Affairs Minister, S. Jaishankar announced a shift in focus from SAARC to BIMSTEC vis-a-vis neighbourhood cooperation on Thursday External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar affirmed that neighbourhood cooperation on connectivity would shift focus from SAARC to BIMSTEC. Indian foreign policy will be used to facilitate new markets, said the newly appointed Foreign

Pakistan To Get $6 Billion From IMF, With Conditions Apply

IMF

Pakistan will get $6 billion for over three years from IMF, a top official said. But experts have warned that the package will bring massive economic hardships for the common people. Pakistan will get $6 billion from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) over the next three years. An agreement was signed to let the country meet its foreign debt obligations, Pakistan’s

Indian Army to Deploy 464 Russian-Origin Tanks

Russian-Origin Tanks

The Indian Army will deploy 464 Russian-origin T-90 battle tanks in its 67 armoured regiments to strengthen its capabilities, the Defence Ministry sources said. The Indian Army will deploy 464 Russian-origin upgraded T-90 ‘Bhishma’ main-battle tanks of worth Rs. 13,448 crore during 2022-2026. The move is aimed at strengthening its “shock and awe” capabilities and combat prowess along the border

Pakistan Imposed With US Sanction For Refusing to Take Back Deportees

US Visa

The Trump Administration has been effective in using the US visa sanction on many countries, including Pakistan. Pakistan joins the list of 10 nations that have been imposed with the US visa sanctions. Under this law, countries refusing to bring back its citizens and visa over-stayers will be denied American visas. The move came after Islamabad refused to take back its citizen

Forty-Eight Years of Bangladeshi Independence

Bangladeshi capital city of Dhaka

On March 26, 1971, East Pakistan made its first declaration of independence from Pakistan, marking the start of the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971. The war ended with the surrender of West Pakistan. The subsequent independence led to the establishment of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. Today, the nation stands as a resilient player in Asia, with a growing economy

Homecoming for Pakistan-Captured IAF Pilot

IAF pilot, Abhinandan Varthaman, arrested by Pakistani authorities, re-entered India on Friday

Indian Air Force (IAF) Wing Commander, Abhinandan Varthaman’s plane crashed in the disputed territory of Kashmir, over the Pakistan border, on Wednesday. The Indian pilot, arrested by Pak forces, crossed the border to re-enter India on Friday. He was received by a large crowd of civilians gathered around the border to welcome the national hero Indian Air Force pilot Abhinandan Varthaman

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