Bajwa-Votel meeting may lead to understanding between their two militaries, say sources
Gen Bajwa says action taken against terrorists of all hue and colour.
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Groups openly advocating violence against non-whites and immigrants take part in march
Objective of enabling Afghan forces to operate independently not achieved, report says.
Proposed policy outlines the potential benefits of a long-term US-Pakistan strategic partnership.
This was the first time in many years that delegates 'held a constructive discussion', says expert.
National Security Council struggling with the task of crafting new strategy for Afghanistan, says Tillerson.
President Donald Trump is “deeply frustrated” with the lack of options to win the 16-year-old war: officials.
McMaster defends Trump's strategy to win Afghan war by giving unrestricted powers to the US military.
At a recent White House meeting, Trump lashed out at top miliary advisers when they described war as a stalemate.
Discussions between Pakistan and India over the past week took place in a spirit of goodwill and cooperation.
Negotiations are aimed at resolving dispute between the two countries over India’s hydroelectricity projects in Kashmir.
Trump's "reservations about sending more troops to Afghanistan may have triggered exploration" of the option to withdraw
New prime minister would have to cede more powers to the country’s military establishment, predicts US media.
"We look forward to a smooth transition as Pakistan’s parliament selects the next prime minister."
US and Pakistan have both reiterated the need for including the Taliban in the Afghan peace process.
Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Mohammad Asif is likely to lead the Pakistani delegation at the talks.
Speaking in Washington, Senator Mushahid Hussain advises India to avoid Cold War-style confrontation
Lack of clarity in Washington’s policies preventing Pakistan from breaking links with Haqqani network, says Robin Raphel