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Navjot Singh Sidhu, the Punjab minister who travelled to Pakistan to watch 'friend' Imran Khan take over as Pakistan Prime Minister, prophesised a positive change in Islamabad's approach towards India.

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Bangladesh meets 64.1 percent of its budgetary needs from tax revenues, and India’s revenues are enough to meet 60.6 percent of its budget expenditure, but in Pakistan only 44.8 percent budgetary needs are met through official revenues.

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Pakistan's new Prime Minister Imran Khan today announced a 20-member Cabinet, including foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi who held the portfolio during the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.

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The government must slap penalty on anyone using Aadhaar data for purposes other than public servicesNSE 0.37 %, whistle-blower Edward Snowden has said.

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As the flying operations for Exercise Pitch Black 2018 came to an end on Saturday, the Indian Air Force (IAF) team commenced preparations for de-induction. The IAF contingent is, currently, heading back to India, staging through Malaysia.

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ONLY a few months ago, Canadians were earnestly debating whether or not the country’s Liberal administration was right to go ahead with executing a $12bn contract to deliver armoured vehicles to Saudi Arabia.

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Three terrorists were killed on Saturday along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district as the Indian Army foiled an infiltration bid, police said.

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Chinese academics, like others, have attributed the coinage of the “Indo-Pacific” construct to Gurpreet S. Khurana, who first explained it as a concept in an academic paper titled “Security of Sea Lines: Prospects for India-Japan Cooperation” published in the Strategic Analysis in January 2007.

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Dawood Ibrahim’s right-hand man Jabir Moti has been arrested in London. The London Police arrested Moti from Hilton Hotel on Friday and later produced him to court.

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Last week, an Indian parliamentary panel fluttered the dovecotes in Thimphu – Bhutan’s capital – by recommending New Delhi encourage Bhutan to deploy more soldiers in the disputed Doklam area, where a year ago several hundred Indian and Chinese soldiers stood eyeball-to-eyeball, raising real fears of bloodshed.

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