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Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan got the word helicopter trending on Twitter recently. Khan took a helicopter ride for a nine-mile journey from his hill-side home to his official residence in Islamabad last month.

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The Pakistan Post has issued 20 “commemorative” postage stamps portraying slain terrorists and some others as “victims of atrocities by Indian troops in Kashmir”.

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The US on Wednesday said the Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist groups continue to pose a regional threat in the subcontinent and that Pakistan did not adequately address America's concerns on terrorism in 2017.

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In a major relief to the Sharif family, a top Pakistani court suspended on Wednesday the jail sentences of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam and son-in-law in a corruption case and ordered their release from a high-security prison.

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Pakistan's new government on Monday began auctioning off about 100 government-owned vehicles as part of new Prime Minister Imran Khan's highly publicised cost-cutting drive, which has drawn mixed reviews.

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Union minister V K Singh said on Monday that the army still rules Pakistan despite the election of Imran Khan as the new prime minister, adding that it remains to be seen whether “the person” will be able to bring about a change.

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Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Sunday refuted the news that Pakistan has expressed its readiness to talk on restoration of India-Afghanistan trade route using Pakistan’s land.

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Almost three months after Pakistan was placed on the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) grey list for failing to curb terror funding, Pakistan’s recent action against terror financing, particularly on the “legal” front, was found to be “unsatisfactory”, according to a review by the Asia Pacific Policy Group (APPG).

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The state government of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (POK) has asked Islamabad to quit or at least review the pros and cons of the ‘controversial’ Indus Waters Treaty, a World Bank-brokered settlement signed in Karachi on September 19, 1960, between Pakistan and India to use the water available in the six rivers of the Indus system.

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At least 23 Pakistani citizens living on long-term visas (LTV) in Dehradun were found possessing voter ID cards and ration cards, during a covert drive by local intelligence unit (LIU) of Dehradun police . Police have sent a report to district administration for action.

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