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Pakistani pop star lands in legal trouble after threatening PM Modi with snakes, python

Pakistan`s Punjab Wildlife Protection and Parks Department has initiated legal action against Pirzada for keeping exotic animals including an alligator, four pythons and snakes as pets at her…

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Pakistan should be ready to lose PoK, says Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani

'Pakistan was boasting of occupying Delhi in 1971 but they were about to lose Karachi. Bangladesh was partitioned. Their Army became our refugees,' he added

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Pakistan hopes to meet fiscal deficit target set by IMF: Finance chief

An IMF team is due to arrive in Islamabad on Monday to review progress on the reforms agreed as part of that package, including a cut in the fiscal deficit to 0.6% of gross domestic product from a…

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90 terrorists killed, 20 injured in counter-terrorism operation by US, Afghan forces in Paktika

The Afghan security forces conducted the operations with the support of US airpower in Warmama district, 203rd Thunder Corps said, as cited by the Khaama Press.

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Pakistan summons Afghan, Indian diplomats after soldiers, civilian killed

Accusations of firing by both sides across the Afghan-Pakistani border, and by both Indian and Pakistani forces across an old ceasefire line dividing their areas in the Muslim-majority region of…

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Pakistan: Dengue affects 900 more people in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

The deadly fever has affected 80 people in Rawalpindi, 12 in Faisalabad, 8 in Bahawalpur and Attock, six in Lodhran and five persons in Sargodha.

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Afghan presidential candidate Hekmatyar says incumbent government a hurdle in way of peace

It should be noted that this is not the first time that Hekmatyar has lashed out at the Kabul government over its moves on peace talks with the Taliban.

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Asian Development Bank to approve $350m loan for Pakistan's energy sector reforms

These deficits have adversely impacted the sector's quality and efficiency of services, and the sustainability of energy infrastructure and finances, thereby challenging Pakistan`s fiscal balance…

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NAB denies home-made food for Maryam Nawaz

A source told Dawn that the accountability watchdog on Friday had withdrawn the facility of allowing home-made food to Maryam on the order from the "top" (authorities)

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Moscow holds talks with Taliban as US peace deal collapses: Russian foreign ministry

Russia has been trying to influence the peace negotiations and staged two meetings in Moscow with Afghan political leaders at the start of the year

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Pakistan's plan for federal control over Karachi faces backlash, netizens demand separate nation for Sindhis

Apart from the common public, several politicians, writers, and civil society activists have also condemned the federal government's plan to invoke Article 149.

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Pakistan PM Imran Khan to meet US President Donald Trump twice during US visit

Khan will arrive in New York on September 21 to attend the 74th session of the UN General Assembly.

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In PoK rally, Imran rakes up Kashmir, set to bring up issue at UNGA

Despite Imran's claim of support, several nations including organisation of Islamic cooperation(OIC) members have backed India's move on abrogation of Article 370.
 

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Two more Rohingya shot dead over Bangladesh politician's murder

Police said the pair were accused of the murder of Omar Faruk, a youth wing official of the Awami League party, who was shot in the head by suspected Rohingya criminals late last month.

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Pakistan's trade deficit falls by 38% in July-August

The constant decline in the trade deficit showed that imports have also plummeted despite a meager growth in exports.

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