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India’s Conflicting Attitude Towards Afghanistan

India’s re-calibrated Afghanistan strategy included recent visit of Joint Secretary J P Singh of its Ministry of External Affairs to Kabul, desire to reopen Indian

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Pakistan Trade With Afghanistan

Afghan and Pakistanis are brothers. They share religion, ethnicity, language and culture. Pakistan is at the forefront to look after its brothers in Afghanistan, when

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Challenges to the Rise of Pakistan

Pakistan lies in a region that can easily be regarded as the most complicated and difficult with respect to regional / global geo-politics. With a

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Pakistan Trade with Afghanistan

Afghans and Pakistanis are brothers. They share religion, ethnicity, language and culture. Pakistan is at the forefront to look after its brothers in Afghanistan, when

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20 June World Refugees Day

Since 2000, the globe has come together to honor the World Refugee Day on 20th of every June. The worldwide refugee crises have taken center

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Death Anniversary Of Maharaja Ranjit Singh

Maharaja Ranjit Singh unified all warring misls into one empire. He also protected Lahore from Afghan invasion and was responsible for restoration of Mughal architecture

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Pakistan – A Second Home to Afghan Refugees

Since 1979, Pakistan is hosting millions of Afghan refugees despite fact that Pakistan is neither a signatory to the UN Convention relating to the Status

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Photo Exhibition on Youm-e-Istehsal Kashmir at London

On the occasion of “Youm-e-Istehsal Kashmir”, the Community in London is organizing a Photo Exhibition to highlight egregious human rights abuses of the Kashmiris in

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New York State Assembly for Kashmir

The current ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’ was started by the Pakistani minister for Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas in 2004. However, in the present In the