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Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh silences Pakistan minister for tweet on Indian Army

DNA Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
A desperate Pakistan and its panicky politicians have been trying to conjure unrest wherever possible since India revoked Article 370 for peace and progress of Jammu and Kashmir
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News video: Pakistan foreign minister discusses India and Kashmir

Pakistan foreign minister discusses India and Kashmir 13:05

Shah Mehmood Qureshi says Islamabad seeking a diplomatic solution, but warns of potential consequences from India's revoking of Indian-administered Kashmir's autonomy.

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