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Imran Khan comments on rising tensions between India-Pak, says: Pakistan Will Not Use Nuclear Weapons First

Pakistan PM Imran Khan said amid tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbors over Kashmir, that, "We will never ever start the war. Both Pakistan and India are nuclear powers and if tension escalates the world will face danger". He further said that war is not a solution to any problem. India has not been engaging with Pakistan since an attack on the Air Force base at Pathankot in January of 2016 by Pakistan-based terrorists, maintaining that talks and terror cannot go together. Src:https://bit.ly/2lsl86C

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Arrest warrant issued against India cricket star Mohammed Shami for domestic abuse

An arrest warrant has been issued against Mohammed Shami and the India cricketer now has 15 days in which to surrender and apply for bail. Mohammed Shami is currently playing the final Test against the West Indies. In early 2018, his wife Hasin Jahan had accused him of domestic violence. Shami and his brother were booked for domestic violence under IPC Section 498A. Since Hasin Jahan made the allegations, Mohammed Shami did not appear before court following which the ACJM gave the order. Src:https://bit.ly/2lsk7eO

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On Imran Khan's New York Times opinion piece about Kashmir, S Jaishankar says: No time to read it

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar dismissed the volatile opinion piece written by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in the New York Times, where he had threatened the world with the possibility of a nuclear war over Kashmir. "Didn’t have the time to read it," Jaishankar said. Jaishankar also said that security restrictions across Kashmir would be eased in the coming days. On the starting of a dialogue between Islamabad and New Delhi, Jaishankar has said the idea is a non-starter while Pakistan openly practices terrorism. Significantly, Jaishankar had earlier conveyed that India is open to discussing other outstanding issues bilaterally with Pakistan in an atmosphere free of terror and violence. Src:https://bit.ly/2lWrIm9

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"Kulbhushan Jadhav Under Extreme Pressure": Raveesh Kumar claims After Jadhav's consular access

Kulbhushan Jadhav, the former Naval officer sentenced to death in Pakistan, was forced to giving a statement acknowledging himself a spy, which was circulated by Islamabad, the foreign ministry said today. The 49-year-old, on death row for two years, was allowed to meet an Indian diplomat for the first time today - weeks after the International Court of Justice ordered Pakistan to allow consular access. Foreign ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar said it was "clear that Shri Jadhav appeared to be under extreme pressure to parrot a false narrative to bolster Pakistan's untenable claims". Kulbhushan Jadhav was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court, accused of espionage and terrorism. Src:https://bit.ly/2jV58tf

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