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State Dept says “ready to work with new leadership of Pakistan”

WASHINGTON: As Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is set to form a new government in Pakistan, the United States of America is looking forward to collaborate with the new regime in furthering the goals of security and peace in South Asia. A State Department's spokesperson said "As Pakistan’s elected leaders form a new government, the United States will look for opportunities to work with them to advance our goals of security, stability, and prosperity in South Asia." Referring to the US strategy for South Asia and issue of…

Six Pakistani prisoners set free by India, inclusive a woman & a child

Islamabad: Six Pakistani prisoners including a woman and a child reached the country on Tuesday through the Attari-Wagah border after being set free by the Indian Government. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, "Four Pakistan prisoners have already been released and repatriated in 2018, so far." Furthermore, it added, "India attaches high priority to addressing all humanitarian issues, including early release and repatriation of Indian fishermen and prisoners in Pakistan's custody. The release of 147 Indian…

US concerned about stability of Pakistan’s government: Rex Tillerson

NEW DELHI: US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, at a joint press conference alongside Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today, said the United States was concerned about stability of the Pakistan government, foreign wire service Reuters reported. Mr. Tillerson arrived from Pakistan and first met Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval. Ahead of Mr. Tillerson’s three-day visit, the External Affairs Ministry had said that there will be detailed discussions on further strengthening India-U.S. partnership.…

Corruption has undermined Pakistan, says Imran

BHIMBER: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan Thursday said that corruption has undermined Pakistan, whereas the incumbent government has taken Rs 5000 billion debts in past three years that were not spent on the masses, ARY News reported.