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Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Clashes Break Out Between Pakistani Army And Police In Karachi: Reports

Oct 21, 2020 Outlook Web Bureau

Pakistani Army has reportedly taken over all police stations in Karachi.

Pak Urges Global Community To Take 'Serious Cognizance' Of Jaishankar's 'PoK Part Of India' Comment

Sep 18, 2019 PTI

Pakistan has been trying to internationalise the Kashmir issue but India has asserted that the abrogation of Article 370 was its 'internal matter'


'Will Exercise All Options To Counter Illegal Steps': Pakistan On Centre's Move To Scrap Article 370 In J&K

Pakistan said that as a party to 'this international dispute', it will exercise 'all possible options to counter the illegal steps.'

'India Whips Up Tensions'

Jan 06, 2009 Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs

'The Government of Pakistan emphatically rejects the unfortunate allegations leveled against Pakistan by the Prime Minister of India in New Delhi today. Instead of responding positively to Pakistan's offer of cooperation and constructive proposals, I


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