Pakistan to seek extradition of Baloch leader from Switzerland

Pakistan to seek extradition of Baloch leader from Switzerland

Islamabad, September 24 (ANI): Pakistan’s Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has said that the government has decided to write to Interpol for the extradition of Baloch separatist leader, Brahamdagh Bugti, who is now seeking political asylum in India after Switzerland turned down his request for further refuge. “The Federal Investigation Agency will send a formal reference to Interpol within...

India accuses Pakistan of committing “war crimes”

India accuses Pakistan of committing “war crimes”

New York, September 22 (NIA): "The worst violation of human rights is terrorism. When practiced as an instrument of state policy, it is a war crime,” Eenam Gambhir, an Indian delegate, told the UN General Assembly here. “What my country and our other neighbours are facing today is Pakistan’s long-standing policy of sponsoring terrorism, the consequences of which have spread...

With request for asylum in India, Bugti has slammed the door on reconciliation with Pakistan

With request for asylum in India, Bugti has slammed the door on reconciliation with Pakistan

Islamabad, September 22 (Dawn): The problems that Balochistan faces will not go away by involving hostile foreign countries in what is essentially a domestic political issue that has been militarised and mishandled. If anything, this will further complicate the issue. Hence, the announcement by Baloch separatist leader Brahamdagh Bugti that he intends to seek political asylum in India is regrettable,...

China supports Pakistan on Kashmir issue

China supports Pakistan on Kashmir issue

New York ,September 21 (IANS): China on Wednesday hoped that there will be a better understanding of Pakistans position on Kashmir by the international community and that Beijing attaches great importance to Islamabad's position on Kashmir. This was conveyed by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang during his meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of the UNGA meet...

Outgoing Pakistani diplomat helped promote Buddhist ties between Pakistan and Sri Lanka

Outgoing Pakistani diplomat helped promote Buddhist ties between Pakistan and Sri Lanka

Colombo, September 21 (NIA): Pakistani diplomat Muhammad Daud Ehtisham ,who is leaving Sri Lanka after six years of dedicated service to the promotion of cultural ties between Pakistan and Sri Lanka, will stand out for assiduously promoting Buddhism as a bridge between Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Until Ehtisham took over as Press Attache of the Pakistan High Commission six years...

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