Old stories: Date wise

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  Terms of engagement Maleeha Lodhi Now that a backchannel between Pakistan and India has been confirmed by a senior official it would be appropriate to evaluate its nature and implications. Efforts to de-escalate tensions between the two nuclear neighbours are always welcome. But given the history of false starts …

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Covid in Varanasi: Anger rises as coronavirus rages in Modi’s constituency

  Varanasi, May 04 (KMS): The region around Varanasi, one of the holiest cities in the world for Hindus, is among the worst affected by the second wave of coronavirus sweeping India. Many angry citizens of the region, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, are now asking where their …

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Impact of devastating Indian virus surge spreads to politics

  New Delhi, May 04 (KMS): As a catastrophic surge of the coronavirus sweeps through India, the leaders of 13 opposition parties urged the government to launch a free vaccination drive and ensure an uninterrupted flow of oxygen to all hospitals. Several hospital authorities sought court intervention over the weekend …

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Questions raised on fate of oxygen, foreign aid rushed to Covid-hit India

New Delhi May 4 (KMS): One ministry knows not what the other is doing. Amid all the foreign aid that has come to aid India’s fight against Covid, questions now arise over the issue of lack of transparency. India media, like many other national and international news networks, has tried …

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Experts air concern over backchannel engagement with India

Islamabad, May 04 (KMS): Apprehensions about the backchannel engagement with India are growing because of what is being seen as an ‘absence of strategic clarity’ on Pakistani side. Concerns are also being fuelled by scant details of what is being discussed in the talks, concerns about Indian intentions behind its …

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  Long live Kashmir Najm us Saqib The third wave of Covid-19 has shaken Prime Minister Modi as the ongoing situation in India is beyond heartbreaking. The ever-menacing Farmers’ Protest has blocked the roads and minds of India while it is in the process of swallowing the bitter pill of …

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Truce at LoC won’t resolve Kashmir issue: AJK president

  Islamabad, May 04 (KMS): The AJK President Sardar Masood Khan has said that ceasefire at the Line of Control and de-escalation of tension would neither resolve the Kashmir issue nor would peace return to the region. “To bring peace, India must stop the massacre of the Kashmiri people and …

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Kashmiris & Pakistanis should start diplomacy in Europe: JKCHR

Islamabad, May 04 (KMS): The Jammu and Kashmir Council for Human Rights (JKCHR) has stressed the need to launch a full-scale aggressive diplomacy to dispel the misgivings and rehabilitate a good understanding with Europe and its constituency of influence. Dr. Syed Nazir Gilani, JKCHR President, in a statement said that …

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Former IIOJK Governor Jagmohan dies in Delhi

Srinagar, May 04 (KMS): Former Governor of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Jagmohan Malhotra, who was a known  anti-Muslim and anti-Kashmiri figure, passed away in New Delhi. He was 94. Jagmohan, a former Indian civil servant, known in IIOJK as a murderer and a cruel man, served two terms …

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