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Pak asks World Bank to constitute arbitration court as IWT talks fail

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[Pakistan], September 17 (ANI): Pakistan has asked the World Bank to constitute a court of arbitration to settle its Indus Water Treaty dispute as New Delhi and Islamabad failed to break the
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