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Ban culture doesn’t serve anyone: Filmmaker Asim Abbasi

"I want this cultural exchange to keep going. The ban culture, I don't think, in the long run really serves anyone well."

Indian caught trying to cross border to meet Pakistani girlfriend

The youngster, identified as Siddiqui Mohammad Zishan, was found in a dehydrated condition near Dholavira in Kutch District.

BJP promoting divisive politics for votes, must focus on development: KTR

KTR pointed out that the BJP government which has presented six Union budgets so far, had only meted out injustice to Telangana despite the State's significant contribution to the nation's economy.

Indian, Pak officials to meet on Friday over Kartarpur

India-Pakistan ties have nose-dived after New Delhi revoked special status to Kashmir earlier this month.

Sania Mirza’s mind-your-business ace silences trolls

Without losing her cool, Mirza gracefully pulled the curtains down on the war of words.

Modi, Imran to be at same venue in Bishkek next week; will they meet?

The recent bitter diplomatic row over the mistreatment of invitees at an Iftar party organised by the Indian High Commission in Pakistan may also eclipse bilateral relations further.

In goodwill gesture, Pakistan Army returns woman who crossed LoC

The woman, Azmat Jan, who hails from Kashmir inadvertently crossed over the LoC at Chirikot Sector, the Army said.

Pak can benefit from India by ending terror asylums: Mattis

"There's a great deal that Pakistan can benefit economically, diplomatically, financially for its government; economically for its people; by finally sensing that the tide has shifted against this," Mattis said.

Sit down together and engage in direct dialogue, US tells India, Pakistan

The US has asked India and Pakistan to continue to engage in direct talks aimed at reducing tensions between the two countries.

A Mixed Bag

The address could have made far greater impact if Modi had voluntarily pledged his party’s commitment to clean up its funding

Pak will get splintered into 10 if it does not mend ways: Rajnath

Rajnath Singh accused Pakistan of "conspiring" to divide India along religious lines and warned the neighbouring country that it would be "splintered" into 10 nations if it failed to quell terrorism.

India has nothing to lose

As trust deficit has marred the chemistry between India and Pakistan beyond repair, escalation of skirmishes on the border cannot be ruled out.

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