Hamza Ameer
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India Today reporter, Islamabad

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When 'hate' trumps empathy for India in Pakistan

Pakistanis started by expressing sorrow over the lives lost at Pulwama. But very quickly, as social media was filled with anger and hate, the empathy receded and counter-accusations began.

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Why Pakistani court has sentenced Nawaz Sharif to 7 years in jail

A special accountability court has found the former prime minister guilty in the Al-Azizia case.

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Why India-Pakistan talks getting cancelled is not good news for Kartarpur border opening

Pakistan’s federal minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry claimed that Pakistan is maintaining its offer to open Kartarpur border.

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Nawaz and Maryam Sharif's release will ring alarm bells for Imran Khan's government

The release of the Sharif family is being seen as a major victory for the PML-N. It ushers in more difficulties for Prime Minister Imran Khan.

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India-Pakistan water talks: Deadlock persists as India snubs Pakistan’s concerns

Pakistan raised objections over a supposed violation of the Indus Water Treaty of 1960.

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US-Pakistan ties under Imran Khan start off on wrong foot, make new PM’s path harder

Washington and Islamabad have different versions of the conversation between Khan and the US Secretary of State.

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Hated at home, loved across the border: Why Pakistan is all praise for Navjot Singh Sidhu

Sidhu’s visit is being seen as a positive move in Pakistan and is being hailed across all quarters.

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Is Imran Khan all set to be man of the match in Pakistan elections 2018?

PML (N) and PPP have raised serious concerns over the overall process of voting, accusing that coordinated rigging has been done.

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Why India-Pakistan relations are unlikely to improve if Imran Khan becomes Pakistan's next prime minister

The PTI chief has been accusing New Delhi of being the main conspirator of an 'international agenda against Pakistan'.