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Sushma Swaraj grants medical visa to ailing man living in PoK, says no letter from Pakistan needed

Reacting to a report in The Indian Express, Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj said the Indian government will grant a medical emergency visa to a man living in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) whose case was stuck in a bureaucratic process.

Pakistan wants to initiate dialogue on outstanding issues, Kashmir: Sartaj Aziz

The Pak foreign advisor reiterated that the country would carry on giving Kashmiris political, moral and diplomatic support till the time they are free from India. He added that the strength of the Kashmiri people could not be dettered by India.

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China urges Pakistan and Afghanistan to enhance cooperation

China has urged Pakistan and Afghanistan to normalise ties and enhance cooperation for the political settlement of the Afghan conflict. China also proposed a trilateral mechanism for cooperation for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan.

Pakistan calls on United Nations, international community to stop violence in Kashmir

Sartaj Aziz also alleged that India was trying to change the demography of Kashmir to convert the majority Kashmiri into minority territory.

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: ICJ did not rule on consular access, says Sartaj Aziz

Aziz added that there was insufficient time ahead of the hearing of the case and that the country would strengthen its legal team.

India tightens Pakistan medical visa rules

This is in line with unstated visa restrictions imposed by New Delhi over the last few weeks after Kulbhushan Jadhav was given the death sentence.

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Pakistan failed to find proof against Kulbhushan Jadhav

Pakistani media reported that Aziz had admitted that government was presented with “insufficient evidence” on alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav who is under detention.

Sartaj Aziz arrives in Amritsar for Heart of Asia conference, no clarity on bilateral talks

Sartaj Aziz, leading the Pakistani delegation to the meeting of the Heart of Asia conference, was received at the Amritsar airport by Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit.

Pakistan won't tolerate targeting of civilians by India: Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan on Wednesday said three of its soldiers were killed in Indian firing along the Line of Control, while nine civilians were also killed as Indian troops allegedly targeted a passenger bus in Pakistan-administered Kashmir.

Pakistan wooing Indians opposed to PM Narendra Modi's 'extremist policies': Sartaj Aziz

The committee will consist of senior officials from the ministries of defence, interior and information, Military Operations Directorate, ISI and IB.

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