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India unshackled from Pakistan is good news

Hindustan Times 31 Jan 2023
A remarkable achievement of the last few years has been the unshackling of India from the baggage of Pakistan. For years, it was conventional wisdom in India and abroad that it has no future unless India tackles the Pakistan problem ... It took India almost seven decades to get its Pakistan policy right.
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'Pakistan cricket team is better in ODIs': Ex-PAK star sends out huge 'World Cup' warning ...

Hindustan Times 31 Jan 2023
Javed, who played 22 Tests and 163 ODIs for the Green Army, has fancied Pakistan's chances at the 2023 World Cup which will be hosted by arch-rivals India ... "Pakistan has always given India a tough time. When the Pakistan team goes to India for the World Cup, it will not face any problems in playing on the pitches there.
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Pakistan will not have any trouble playing on Indian pitches at the World Cup: Aaqib Javed

Indian Express 31 Jan 2023
'Pakistan has always given India a tough time in the World Cups. When the Pakistan travel to India for the World Cup, it will not face any problems in playing on the pitches there ... they go to India, there won't be the need for someone like that,' the former Pakistan player said.
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On the Indus Water Treaty: Hedging and entrenched attitudes from India and Pakistan are a reminder that technical agreements are only a partial solution

Indian Express 31 Jan 2023
By raking up the issue of hydroelectric projects, Pakistan has reiterated its desire for third-party mediation while India has reinforced its call for revisiting the Indus Water Treaty (IWT) ... The reasoning put forward by India and Pakistan requires scrutiny ... India has seen Pakistan\u2019s objection to the hydel projects as a tactic to delay them.
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Corruption Perceptions Index 2022: Pakistan ranks 140 out of 180 countries; check full list

India TV 31 Jan 2023
The Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) 2022 was released on Tuesday, with Pakistan failing in making any improvement and continuing its position this year ... It is worth mentioning that Pakistan has struggled with the problem of corruption since it came into being in 1947, directly after the partition of India ... Where does India stand?.
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'Pakistan human rights record deteriorated drastically': Indian diplomat Pawan Badhe in Geneva

Beijing News 31 Jan 2023
India on Monday took a jibe at Pakistan saying the human rights record in the country has deteriorated drastically, with minorities being subjected to persecution ... "India recommends Pakistan to end systemic persecution of minorities, misuse of blasphemy lawsforced convergence of minority community girls.
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Sara Naveed on writing the happily-ever-after romance

Gulf News 31 Jan 2023
And it becomes even more gratifying once her work is published and receives a positive and personal response from her readers in Pakistan, India, and elsewhere ... When by the end of 2019, Pakistan halted all trade, including books, with India, it was an unexpected blow to all the ...
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AJK President meets U.N. representatives in New York

Urdu Point 31 Jan 2023
He also said that the international community should keep in mind that Pakistan and India are two nuclear powers of the third world and any small or big accident between the two countries could be a precursor to a major war that would affect the peace of the entire world.
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Exports to nine regional states shrink

Dawn 31 Jan 2023
The country’s exports to Afghanistan, China, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, India, Iran, Nepal, Bhutan and the Maldives dipped to $1.897 billion — just 13.31pc of Pakistan’s total exports of $14.25bn in July-December FY23. China tops the list of Pakistan’s regional exports leaving other populous countries India and Bangladesh behind.
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World acknowledging India's tough stand on terrorism, says President Droupadi MurmuThe President said the government ...

Deccan Herald 31 Jan 2023
India's response to terrorism, border skirmish shows country won't be coerced by anybody ... However, there was no reference to India's frosty ties with Pakistan and China, though she mentioned the challenge of terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir ... "Today, the world is also acknowledging India's tough stand on terrorism ... President of India. India News ... Pakistan.
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'PCB will have to clarify if...': Ex-PAK skipper hits back at reports suggesting Arthur's appointment ...

Hindustan Times 31 Jan 2023
Arthur is in speculations about taking up Pakistan's coaching job but under a special condition ... According to multiple reports, Arthur will work with the Babar Azam-led side in an online capacity before joining the Pakistan camp for the 2023 edition of the ICC World Cup in India ... Gavaskar's incredible 'just like Bumrah' remark for India pacer.
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IMF package is no panacea, reforms needed, experts say

Dawn 31 Jan 2023
As Pakistan anticipates the arrival of the International Monetary Fund’s team to revive the stalled loan programme, experts have said the visit only offers a glimmer of hope with more robust reforms needed to stabilise the ailing economy ... Start work on the Turkmenistan-Afghan-Pakistan-India gas pipeline,” he wrote in a series of tweets.
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India condemns Peshawar mosque attack, condoles families of deceased

Hindustan Times 31 Jan 2023
India on Tuesday condemned the terror attack in Pakistan's Peshawar which took place yesterday, killing over 90 people. “India extends its deep condolences to the families of the victims of the terror attack in Peshawar yesterday ... The TTP is a dominant terror group in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region of north west Pakistan.
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India condemns deadly terror attack in Pakistan's Peshawar, extends condolences to victims' families

India TV 31 Jan 2023
India, on Tuesdsay, condemned the terror attack in Pakistan's Peshawar that killed over 90 people. In a tweet, MEA Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said, “India extends its deep condolences to the families of the victims of the terror attack in Peshawar yesterday ... Pakistan ... Latest India News.
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Morning brief: Peshawar mosque attack toll rises to 70, Pak Taliban say 'not us'; and ...

Hindustan Times 31 Jan 2023
The toll in the suicide attack inside a mosque in Pakistan's Peshawar on Monday rose to 70, and more than 150 people have been injured, reported news agency Bloomberg citing officials. The Pakistan media, however, kept the death count to 59 ... India's inflation will fall to 5% in 2023, 4% in 2024.

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