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Afghanistan: The great Game Folio

A fortnightly column on the high politics of the Af-Pak region, the fulcrum of global power play in India’s neighbourhood.

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The dam way

Floods in J&K are a reminder that the Indus Waters Treaty needs to be revisited

View from the right: Pak-centric mindset

Getting out of the “Pak-centric mindset” would be in the best interest of India’s foreign policy, says an editorial in the Organiser.

Nine more Pak prisoners released from Indian jails

On May 26, as a goodwill gesture, Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif had directed that 151 Indian prisoners (1 civil and 150 fishermen) be released.

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‘Modi-Sharif talks reopened back channel’

The daily said that Jilani expressed the hope that back-channel talks would enable the two sides to discuss all issues, including terrorism and Islamabad’s concerns regarding Indian involvement in stoking unrest in Balochistan.

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Pak envoy quotes Modi, says ‘Acche din aa rahe hain’ for ties between both countries

Modi had used the expression ‘Ache Din Aane Wale Hain’ as a poll slogan.

The Lambah solution

Incoming government must follow through on it. People of J&K have everything to gain.

To solve Kashmir, see LoC as border: PM’s special envoy Lambah

He advocated free movement and trade across the LoC, reduction of troops and self-governance for internal management

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We cannot respond to terrorism with terrorism: Foreign Secy

The Foreign Secretary said that India has to deal with Pakistan in the best manner possible as India is seen as a force for stability.

India, Pak to resume LoC trade

Officials had held four rounds of talks at Kaman Post to break the deadlock, but Pakistan insisting on release of the driver remained a sticky issue

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Only solution to Kashmir issue is making borders irrelevant: Omar

Omar said there were opportunities in the four-point formula proposed by Musharraf to resolve the Kashmir issue, including demilitarisation and softening of borders.

Senior military officials of India and Pakistan will meet in Pooch sector in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday to discuss ways to strengthen the ceasefire along the Line of Control.

India, Pak army officials to meet on LoC on Friday to address ceasefire violations

Ways to strengthen the ceasefire will be the focus of the meeting, Army officials said at New Delhi.

Pakistan to seek bigger role for UNMOGIP at DGMOs meet tomorrow

The DGMOs of both the nations last met face-to-face after the Kargil war in 1999.

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Indo-Pak relations touch a new high as Kishanganga project gets a green signal

The western rivers are allocated to Pakistan under the Indus Waters Treaty of 1960.

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After 14 years,India and Pakistan DGMOs to meet on December 24

India to raise issue of cross-border raids,ceasefire violations.