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COAS Gen Bajwa to visit Kabul tomorrow - The Nation

KABUL/ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa is arriving in Kabul at the head of a high-level delegation, an Afghan official said today. According to a Voice of America report, General Qamar Javed Bajwa is undertaking a crucial visit ...and more »

Khawaja Asif's correct stand -

Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif has once again spoken boldly about Pakistan's need to reflect on flawed security policy choices of the past and urgently put its house in order today. Predictably, Mr Asif's remarks have drawn criticism from nationalist ...and more »

Russia, Iran still provide weapons to Afghan Taliban: Mattis - Pajhwok Afghan News (blog)

KABUL info-icon (Pajhwok): US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis has accused Iran and Russia of continuing their armed support to Afghan Taliban info-icon , a media report said on Saturday. The Pentagon chief blasted Russia and Iran's continued support to ...and more »

New US policy can boost Indo-Afghan security ties: Abdullah Abdullah - The Hindu

The new U.S. policy in Afghanistan is an “opportunity” for India-U.S.-Afghanistan cooperation on security as well as development issues, says Afghanistan's Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah, speaking to Diplomatic Editor Suhasini Haidar .and more »

Army chief to land in Kabul on a crucial Afghan visit - Pakistan Today

Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa will undertake a crucial visit to Afghanistan on Sunday (today) where his delegation is to discuss with Afghan counterparts ways to strengthen bilateral security cooperation and border management efforts.and more »

Pak choices over new Afghan policy under watch: Mattis - Pakistan Today

KABUL: US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis has said that the US will 'watch' Pakistan's choices on President Donald Trump's new Afghan and South Asia strategy to combat terrorism in its tracks. Pakistan has opposed Trump's Afghan and South Asia policy, ...and more »

India says Jadhav-terrorist swap offer is Pakistan's 'imaginary lie' - The Express Tribune

NEW DELHI: India's Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson has described Pakistan's assertion “an imaginary lie” that it received an offer to swap self-confessed Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav with a terrorist involved in Army Public School ...and more »

Afghan chief executive visits India to enhance trade, strategic ties - Arab News

NEW DELHI: Afghanistan's Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah paid a two-day visit to India as part of US and Afghan efforts to have New Delhi play a greater role in Afghanistan. Abdullah attended “Passage to Prosperity,” a US-sponsored trade and ...and more »

Afghanistan, Pakistan And China Agree To Promote Cooperation - TOLOnews

The three sides also agreed to strengthen ties and discussed strategic projects and how to boost them. Thumbnail. Afghanistan, Pakistan and China have agreed to support the peaceful reconstruction and economic development of Afghanistan, Pakistan ...and more »

Pakistan opens doors to 3000 Afghan students - The Express Tribune

LAHORE: As many as 3,000 higher education scholarships will be offered to Afghan students in Pakistan in each batch under the Allama Muhammad Iqbal Scholarship Programme. This was announced by Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC) ...and more »