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Sartaj Aziz briefs UN Security Council’s envoys about ceasefire violations by India

Islamabad:  (Parliament Times) Adviser to PM on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz briefed the heads of missions of the permanent members (China, France, Russian Federation, UK and USA) of the UN Security Council regarding the continued unprovoked ceasefire violations by Indian occupation forces at the Line of Control (LoC) and Working …

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Pakistan summons Indian envoy over citizens’ killing in LoC firing

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office on Wednesday summoned Indian High Commissioner Gautam Bambawale and lodged a protest over the killing of its citizens and troops on Line of Control (LoC). FO Spokesman Nafees Zakaria said that a strong protest was lodged against the Indian aggression, resulting in the martyrdom of nine Pakistani …

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QUETTA: (Parliament Times) Balochistan Minister for Education Abdul Rahim Ziaratwal says promotion of education is the top priority of the government.Addressing a reception in Harnai, he said 800 new primary schools have been opened in the province, 450 primary schools have been upgraded to middle level while 250 middle schools …

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Kashmir uprising completes 4 months today India asked to shun Doval doctrine on Pakistan

Srinagar: In occupied Kashmir, normal life remained crippled in the Valley for the 123rd consecutive day, as the ongoing freedom uprising completed its four months, today.The present strike also made a record of being second largest one in the world after Palestine. All shops, business establishments and educational institutions remained …

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Jammu Martyrs Day to be observed today:AJK President, PM resolve to carry forward mission of martyrs relentlessly

Muzaffarabad: Kashmiris living in Azad, Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and world over will observe Jammu Martyrs’ Day on Sunday (today) to reaffirm their resolve to continue liberation struggle till achievement of their inalienable right to self-determination. It was during the first week of November in 1947, when hundreds of thousands …

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