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Kashmir Violence Tests Modi's Promise of 'Muscular' Foreign Policy
Ayesha Tanzeem
Oct 12, 2014
Recent fighting across the Line of Control dividing disputed Kashmir is once more escalating tensions between India and Pakistan.
CASA 1000 - Linking Central Asia - Af Pak Energy Grid
Security Risks Research
Oct 12, 2014
In Central Asia Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan are endowed with some of the world’s most abundant clean hydropower resources.
Pakistan to build 220 houses for homeless Sri Lankans in Northern Province
ColomboPage
Oct 9, 2014
Pakistan has initiated a housing project to assist Sri Lanka in the rehabilitation of war affected homeless people of the Northern Province.
Pakistan : Winds of Political Change?
Rahul Bhonsle
Oct 9, 2014
Shifting from one elite to another
Pakistan, Afghanistan Confront IS Threat
Ayaz Gul
Oct 8, 2014
There are signs the Islamic State (IS) terrorist organization is making inroads among militants operating in Pakistan.
Cease Fire Violations: Spare the Civil Population and Assets
Rahul Bhonsle
Oct 7, 2014
Civilians are not legitimate targets in cease fire violations
Quetta Blast Kills 4
VOA News
Oct 5, 2014
A suicide attacker has killed at least four people in a predominantly Shi'ite area of the Pakistani city of Quetta.
Pakistani Taliban Pledges Support For Islamic State Militants
Security Risks Monitor
Oct 5, 2014
The Pakistani Taliban has vowed to send fighters to help Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq and Syria.
Pakistan nears record high for polio cases
Khabar South Asia
Oct 3, 2014
Health officials in Pakistan said country was set to break record for highest number of polio cases in a year.
Two Pakistan naval ships arrive in Sri Lanka on a goodwill visit
ColomboPage
Oct 2, 2014
PNS NASR and PNS SAIF.
Pakistan Upbeat About Relations with New Afghan Government
Ayaz Gul
Oct 2, 2014
Pakistan says national unity government in neighboring Afghanistan a good beginning for promoting peace and reconciliation in the war-shattered country and Islamabad.
India-Pakistan Dialogue: Is It Possible?
Ayesha Tanzeem
Oct 2, 2014
Prime Minister Modi referred to this in his U.N. speech.
Militants In Afghanistan, Pakistan Claiming Allegiance To IS
Security Risks Monitor
Sep 27, 2014
Islamic State could expand to Afghanistan, there are igns that some militants in region are eager to claim affiliation with group.
‘Physical fitness Standards of Pakistan Soldiers
Security Risks Monitor
Sep 19, 2014
Physical Agility and Combat Efficiency System (PACES), championship
Pakistan Rejects Afghan Criticism of 480-kilometer Border Trench
Ayaz Gul
Sep 15, 2014
Pakistan has rejected Afghan criticism of a 480-kilometer trench its military is digging along their mostly porous border.
Flood-Hit Pakistanis Try to Divert Rivers
Ayaz Gul
Sep 14, 2014
Army engineers in Pakistan have been breaching dikes in a bid to divert swollen rivers from flooded cities and towns across populous Punjab province.
Delhi Exhibition Fosters India-Pakistan Trade Ties
Anjana Pasricha
Sep 14, 2014
Indian and Pakistani business owners this week descended on an exhibition in New Delhi aimed at improving trade linkages between the countries.
Malala's Father: Arrests Show 'Hope' for Pakistan
VOA News
Sep 13, 2014
The father of teenage activist Malala Yousafzai "the beginning of real hope" for Pakistan.
Analysts: Pakistan's Political Turmoil Hurts its Image
VOA News
Sep 6, 2014
Analysts warn political turmoil in Pakistan spurred by protests in the capital resulted in setback for country’s foreign policy priorities.
FLAG MEETING WITH PAKISTAN ARMY IN THE POONCH SECTOR
Security Risks Monitor
Sep 5, 2014
A flag meeting was held on 03 September 2014 at the Punch- Rawlakot Crossing point in the Poonch Sector on the Line of Control (LC).
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