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PM Imran, Indian PM contact likely tonight

ISLAMABAD ( Muslim Times) – Prime Minister Imran Khan and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi likely to have a telephonic conversation tonight. The tensions between the nuclear-arch rivals seems to decrease as a contact between PM Imran Khan and his Indian counterpart is expected tonight. It is pertinent here to ...

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Pakistan to release captured Indian pilot as goodwill gesture

ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times ) – Prime Minister Imran Khan, while giving policy statement in the National Assembly on recent rising tension between Pakistan and India, has announced to release Indian Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman on Friday as a goodwill gesture. Addressing the Parliament, PM Khan also said he was ready to hold a ...

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Russia offers to help mediate between India and Pakistan

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia is ready to mediate between India and Pakistan to try to calm tensions between the two nuclear powers, Russian government officials said on Thursday, warning of the risk of further clashes between the two countries. Moscow made the offer after Pakistan said it was considering returning ...

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Armed forces on high alert along LoC: ISPR

RAWALPINDI (Muslim Times ) – Pakistani armed forces are on high alert along the Line of Control (LoC) with all required safeguards along Eastern Border in place to thwart any Indian aggression, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) stated on Thursday. Pakistan Air Force (PAF) and Pakistan Navy (PN) continue to ...

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Israel playing major role in India-Pakistan conflict: UK Analyst

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – A prominent British columnist has argued that Israel’s warming relations with India has helped escalate tentions between India and Pakistan amid fears of an all-out conflict between the two nuclear-armed rivals. Robert Fisk, the senior analyst writing for The Independent, said in an article on Thursday that Israel ...

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