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  • China again declines to confirm backing Pakistan on Kashmir - Times of India

    China again declines to confirm backing Pakistan on Kashmir - Times of India;

    BEIJING: For the second time in less than a week, China on Monday snubbed Pakistan by declining to back reports in Pakistani media claiming Beijing's support+ for the country in the event of any aggression and backing it on the Kashmir issue.and more »

  • Jaw-jaw at the General Assembly - The Hindu

    Govt. asks NDTV Hindi to be taken of air for 24hrs: ominous curb on media freedom. Editorial. Jaw-jaw at the General Assembly. September 24, 2016 03:40 IST. Updated: November 01, 2016 20:30 IST. Share Article; PRINT; A A A. September 24, 2016 03:40 ...and more »

  • General Sharif's devilish designs against India and Nawaz Sharif before his retirement - Merinews

    General Sharif's devilish designs against India and Nawaz Sharif before his retirement - Merinews;

    Well before his retirement, General Sharif had announced in January 2016, his decision of not to seek any further extension and declared that he would retire on the due date. But before his retirement, General Sharif wanted to execute his malicious ...and more »

  • China Assures Pakistan Support In Event Of Foreign 'Aggression': Pak Media - NDTV

    China Assures Pakistan Support In Event Of Foreign 'Aggression': Pak Media - NDTV;

    China has assured Pakistan of its support in the event of any foreign "aggression" and also supported the country's stance on the Kashmir dispute, a Pakistani media report has said. Beijing conveyed the message during a meeting of its top diplomat in ...and more »

  • Britain worried over worsening Indo-Pak relations - Economic Times

    Britain worried over worsening Indo-Pak relations - Economic Times;

    LAHORE: Britain has expressed serious concern over the growing tension between India and Pakistan in the wake of Uri terror attack, asking both nuclear powers to ease it off. "Britain wants easing of tension between Pakistan and India as it is ...and more »

  • China extends 'full support' to Pakistan in case of foreign 'aggression' - International Business Times, India Edition

    China extends 'full support' to Pakistan in case of foreign 'aggression' - International Business Times, India Edition;

    The message was conveyed during a meeting between Beijing's top diplomat and Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif. Devyani Sultania. September 25, 2016 12:01 IST. Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif shakes hands with China's President Xi ...and more »

  • China snubs Pakistan's claim of its support in case of any 'foreign aggression' - The American Bazaar

    China snubs Pakistan's claim of its support in case of any 'foreign aggression' - The American Bazaar;

    China, on Monday, distanced itself from Pakistan media reports claiming that a top Chinese diplomat had assured Pakistan support in case of foreign aggression, reported The Hindustan Times. Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Geng Shuang said that ...and more »

  • CM's nod to road safety authority - DAWN.com

    LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has given approval to setting up of a 'Road Safety Authority' in the province. According to a handout issued on Tuesday, the new authority will take immediate measures with regard to driving licensing system ...and more »

  • CM for promoting soft image through tourism - The Nation

    CM for promoting soft image through tourism - The Nation;

    LAHORE - Like other parts of the globe, World Tourism Day will be observed across the country including Lahore on Tuesday (today) for raising awareness about the importance of tourism and its impact on society in various fields. WTD theme this year is ...and more »

  • Britain for easing Pakistan, India tension, says envoy - DAWN.com

    Britain for easing Pakistan, India tension, says envoy - DAWN.com;

    LAHORE: Britain wants easing of tension between Pakistan and India as she is concerned over the present situation in the region, says the British High Commissioner in Pakistan, Thomas Drew. Mr Drew called on Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif here on ...and more »