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Editorial: Imran to meet Taliban leaders

In the wake of latest developments, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan is going to meet Taliban leaders in a bid to help in resolution to Afghan conflict. Imran’s special aide Naeem Ul Haq made these disclosures while addressing a conference on Changing Regional Situation and Role of Pakistan at Islamabad. …

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Editorial: Confession or blunder

The United States President Donald Trump said that he’ll leave ‘very strong intelligence’ in Afghanistan, maintaining that he wants the US to “just get out” of the 18-year mire of a campaign in Afghanistan, has now said he won’t do that after all – leaving behind a “very strong” intelligence presence. …

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Editorial: Games meant friendship

Sports meant to help in promotion of friendship, understanding and building up trends of adjustment and accommodation. Throughout the world different sports are not only playing key role in building up gapes between the countries having grudges and distances from each other’s. Even Football, which is considered most favorite game …

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ED: Talks resumed with huge hopes

The US Special Envoy and Taliban negotiation team have resumed seventh round of peace talks in Doha, Qatar on Saturday with great hopes of an end to over four decades long hostilities and prolonged era of terror and violence, causing lives to millions of people and worth trillions of American …

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Editorial: Ghani met politicians

President Dr. Ashraf Ghani on the eve of his two-days trip to Pakistan beside holding what the official claim important meetings with Premier Imran Khan and President Arif Alvi also met with a number of leading politicians from opposition parties. Mian Shahbaz Sharif opposition leader in National Assembly and President …

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Editorial: Ghani reached in Islamabad

President Ashraf Ghani arrived on a two-days official trip in Islamabad on Thursday and received by Prime Minister Imran Khan in Prime Minister house with warm welcome.  Ghani during his two days stay beside holding talks on bilateral issues with Premier Imran Khan and president Arif Alvi is also going …

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Editorial: Prior to Ghani’s arrival

Afghanistan ambassador to Pakistan has confirmed lacking of unity government in Kabul’s consent in the recently held conference at Murree Bhurban. Whereas Pakistan media dominated by a particular mindset including hard line Jamaat Islami exploiting the opportunity projected Engineer Gulbadin Hekmatyar is not only head of the delegates from Kabul …

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Editorial: No Deal On Durand Line!

Afghanistan’s Ministry of Borders and Tribal Affairs has suggested to keep the issue of Durand Line at bay for now as it is not a good time to raise the subject with Pakistan. But, some Afghan politicians recently made remarks on the Line which hurt sentiments of Afghans across the …

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