FATF retains Pakistan in Grey List: Warns of action

  International terror financing watchdog FATF on Friday retained Pakistan on the Grey List and warned the country of action for its failure in combating money laundering and terror financing, officials said. The decision was taken after a five-day plenary of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) held here. The…

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India-Bangladesh rail links closed after 1965 war with Pakistan will reopen: Sheikh Hasina

  Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina announced on Wednesday that all the rail links with India closed after the 1965 war will be reopened. Speaking after the inauguration of the first intercity train between Dhaka and Kurigram she said that these railway lines will develop communication between two countries…

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Pakistan to review death sentence awarded to Jadhav by military court after ICJ judgement

  After providing consular access to jailed Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav September 2, Pakistan has started the legal process to ''review and reconsider'' the death sentence awarded to him by a military court. ''Pakistan authorities are looking at the legal provision in the law to decide whether to go ahead…

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Talks on blacklisting: China, Turkey for more time to Pakistan

  Hectic negotiations are underway in Paris for the blacklisting of Pakistan at the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) plenary, where China, Turkey, and Malaysia are learned to be resisting India’s efforts and the discussions are headed towards keeping it in greylist. The Indian Express has learned that China and…

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Any attempt by India to divert water flow would be considered ‘act of aggression’: Pakistan

  Pakistan said on Thursday that it has "exclusive rights" over three Western rivers and any attempt by India to divert the flow of these rivers would be considered an "act of aggression". Foreign Office spokesperson Mohammad Faisal made the remarks during his weekly media briefing here in response to…

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India resorted to war mongering and nuclear threats for short-term electoral gains : Qureshi

  Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Thursday that India s hegemonic pretensions presented a clear danger to Pakistan s security and regional stability. Addressing a ceremony in Islamabad, he said India has resorted to war-mongering and issued nuclear threats for short-term “domestic electoral gains.” The minister said New…

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