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Countries who fail to protect sovereignty can't even build their own roads: Rajnath Singh
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Watch: Pak refugees celebrate after voting in J-K DDC polls
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India conveyed strong protest to Pak on attempts to bring material changes in our territories: MEA
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Pakistan's disabled: Artificial limbs to help hundreds walk again
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MDH owner Mahashay Dharampal Gulati dies at 97, Delhi CM pays tribute
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China, Pakistan behind farmer protests: Haryana minister's claim amid talks
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Watch: IAF testfires Akash missile, Russian Igla amid China border tension
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Pakistan driving away their minorities by threat, coercion, conversion and killing: India at UNGA
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Amid China stand-off & Pak terror, govt dedicates December to armed forces
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Pakistan's lonely elephant settles into sanctuary life
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Protests erupt as police thrash peaceful demonstrators in PoK
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DDC elections: West Pakistani refugees cast vote for 1st time in Jammu
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Pakistan's lonely elephant starts new life in Cambodia
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We'll always stand to protect country from coward infiltration attempts of Pakistan: BSF DG
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‘World’s loneliest elephant’ arrives safely in Cambodia
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'Up to them' on Pakistan cooperating with India's initiatives at SCO: MEA
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WHO recommends Pakistan reimpose intermittent lockdowns as COVID-19 cases rise sharplyThe World Health Organization has recommended Pakistani authorities reimpose "intermittent lockdowns" of targeted areas to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, stating the country did not meet the..
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After Pakistan's lockdown gamble, COVID-19 cases surgeFour weeks ago, with its most important festival coming up and millions of people facing starvation as economic activity dwindled, Pakistan lifted a two-month-long coronavirus lockdown.
Pakistani aviation authority says PIA pilot ignored air traffic controlPakistani aviation authorities have told Pakistan International Airlines that the pilot of a passenger plane that crashed into a residential district of Karachi last month had ignored air traffic..
Pakistan prime minister defends lifting lockdown, urges nation to 'live with the virus'Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday cited economic losses to justify his government's decision to lift a coronavirus lockdown despite rising infections and deaths, urging people to "live..
Black boxes from crashed Pakistan jet head to France for analysisAir crash investigators were en route from Pakistan to France on Monday with two 'black box' flight recorders of a Pakistani airliner that crashed in a residential area while trying to land in the port..
India expels two Pakistani officials for 'espionage'India on Sunday expelled two officials working at the Pakistan High Commision in New Delhi after they were held for espionage, the foreign ministry said in a statement.
Work on flight data of crashed Pakistani airliner to start June 2 in FranceWork on the flight data and cockpit voice recorders of a crashed Pakistani airliner will begin in France on June 2, investigators said on Saturday.
Move over James Bond; India returns alleged bird spy to PakistanIndian police have released a pigeon belonging to a Pakistani fisherman after a probe found that the bird, which had flown across the contentious border between the nuclear-armed nations, was not a..
Pakistan to resume outbound international flights as COVID-19 spreadsPakistan will allow outbound international flights to resume from Saturday, an aviation official said, after largely closing its airspace to commercial flights to curb the spread of the coronavirus..
Pakistan to resume international flight operations: Civil Aviation AuthorityPakistan will allow international flights to resume, an aviation official said on Friday, after largely closing its airspace to commercial flights since March to curb the spread of the coronavirus..
Crashed Pakistan A320 jet insured for $19.7 million: airline documentThe Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Airbus SE A320 jet that crashed into a crowded residential district of Karachi last week killing 97 people on board was insured for $19.7 million, an airline..
Crashed Pakistan plane hit runway three times on first approach, minister saysThe captain of a Pakistani airliner that crashed last week, killing 97 people on board, approached Karachi airport without announcing he couldn't open his landing gear and hit the runway three times, a..
Cockpit voice recorder found in debris of Pakistan crashSearch teams on Thursday recovered the cockpit voice recorder from the wreckage of a Pakistani airliner that crashed into a city neighbourhood last week killing 97 people on board, a spokesman for the..
Cockpit voice recorder recovered from debris of crashed Pakistani plane: spokesmanSearch teams on Thursday recovered the cockpit voice recorder from the wreckage of a Pakistani airliner that crashed last week, a spokesman for the airline said.
Investigators scour Pakistan air crash site for clues and cockpit voice recorderA team of Pakistani and French investigators on Wednesday sifted through the wreckage of a Pakistani airliner that crashed in the southern city of Karachi last Friday, searching for clues around what..
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Death toll from Pakistan airliner crash 97, black box foundThe flight data recorder from the Pakistani airliner that crashed into a residential neighbourhood of Karachi has been found, an official said on Saturday, as the death toll rose to 97.
Pakistani airliner carrying 99 plunges into Karachi housesA Pakistan International Airlines Airbus jet with 99 people on board crashed into a crowded residential district of the city of Karachi on Friday afternoon while approaching the airport.
Karachi hospitals receive at least 56 bodies from plane crash site: hospital officialsKarachi hospitals received 56 bodies from the site of a commercial jet that crashed into a residential neighbourhood while landing in Pakistan's largest city, hospital officials said on Friday.
Confirmed Pakistan plane crash death toll at 41: airline CEOAt least 41 people are confirmed to have been killed in a plane crash in a residential area of Pakistan's largest city, Karachi, Pakistan International Airlines' (PIA) chief executive said on Friday.
Pakistani PIA plane carrying 99 crashes in Karachi, many feared deadAn Airbus plane with 99 on board crashed into a residential area of the Pakistani city of Karachi on Friday while on approach to the airport, with at least one passenger surviving but many others..
At least one passenger survived Pakistan plane crash: government officialAt least one passenger survived the crash of a Pakistani airliner that went down on Friday in a residential area of Karachi, a government official said.
Pakistan crash pilot sent Mayday with 'lost engines': liveatc.netThe pilot of a crashed Pakistan International Airlines jet sent a Mayday and told controllers the aircraft had lost power from both its engines on its second attempt to land, according to a recording..
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Coronavirus 'not a pandemic in Pakistan' says top court, ordering curbs liftedPakistan's Supreme Court ordered the government on Monday to lift some of the remaining restrictions imposed on business to halt the spread of the coronavirus, even as the country recorded a rise in..
India should talk to Taliban if Delhi feels it will bolster peace push: Pakistan's U.S. envoyIndia should speak with Taliban militants if it feels that it will help the peace process, Pakistan's envoy to Washington said on Saturday, after a series of attacks in Afghanistan raised questions..
Pakistan resumes domestic flights, insists on masks and empty seatsPakistan resumed domestic flights between major cities for the first time in nearly two months on Saturday with the requirement that face masks be worn and vacant seats left between passengers,..
Markets teem as Pakistan's lockdown eases despite infection surgeMarkets across Pakistan were teeming on Monday after opening up for the first time in over a month as the country began to lift its lockdown despite a rise in the rate of coronavirus infections.
Pakistan coronavirus cases surge past 25,000, pace quickens: Reuters tallyCoronavirus cases in Pakistan surged past 25,000 on Friday, just hours before the government was due to lift lockdown measures, with the country reporting some of the biggest daily increases in new..
Pakistan to start easing lockdown amid sharp coronavirus spreadPakistan will begin lifting its coronavirus lockdown on Saturday, Prime Minister Imran Khan said, hours after the country announced its highest daily increase in new cases.
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