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While responding to reports of opening of ‘Free Balochistan’ office in New Delhi, the Foreign Office said on Thursday that Indian interference in Pakistan was an established fact which truly indicates its hegemonic designs in the region.

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Several Pakistani lawmakers today expressed concerns over candidates having links with banned outfits being allowed to run in the elections, saying terrorists would enter the parliament.

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The United States has raised concern over the participation of Lashkar-e-Taiba-affiliated (LeT) individuals in the July 25 election, according to a media report.

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At the Helm by Tilak Devasher is an utterly compelling book that takes the reader down the tumultuous, often hilarious and ultimately tragic life and times of the diverse men and women who have ruled Pakistan since 1947.

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The upcoming general elections in Pakistan are witnessing a nexus between security agencies and candidates, who have been fielded by banned religious and extremist outfits.

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A Pakistani-American father-son duo has been sentenced to 18 months in prison by a US court for illegally exporting banned items to the Pakistan military, particularly to its atomic energy and space agencies.

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In a significant development barely a week before the elections in Pakistan, the Islamabad High Court demanded that the military and its intelligence wing the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) stop meddling with and manipulating the government and the judiciary.

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After lying low for a considerable period and unable to carry out terrorist attacks outside of Jammu and Kashmir, terror outfits are now finding new ways to target the defence assets in India.

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Senate Standing Committee on Interior Chairman Senator Rehman Malik Wednesday warned that Indians could move to destabilise Pakistan on the polling day, July 25, regretting that already the election campaign was no more peaceful.

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A court in Pakistan on Wednesday ordered the all-powerful army and the country's influential spy agency ISI to not meddle in the affairs of other departments, reported The Express Tribune.

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