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India proposes Kartarpur Corridor talks with Pakistan from July 11-14: Sources

NEW DELHI: Taking a step forward to break the logjam on stalled India-Pakistan officials levels talks on Kartarpur Corridor, New Delhi has proposed to hold the second round of deliberations with Islamabad between July 11-14 at the Attari-Wagah Border on …Read more

Kartarpur corridor India suggests July 11-14 to Pak for talks

India has proposed July 11-14 to Pakistan to hold a fresh round of talks on the Kartarpur corridor sources said on Saturday India had earlier conveyed its strong concerns to Pakistan over the presence of a leading Khalistani separatist in a committee
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India proposes new dates in July for talks with Kartarpur on Pakistan

New Delhi India Jun 30 ANI India has proposed fresh dates tentatively in the second week of July to Pakistan to finalise the outstanding technical issues pertaining to the construction of Kartarpur corridor according to government sources said on
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Dates for Home Secretary-level talks with Pakistan proposed

India has proposed two discussed during the talks Union Home Secretary Gopal K Pillai extended the invitation to Pakistan Interior Secretary Chaudhry Qamar Zaman last week and a response from Islamabad was awaited official sources said here on
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IMF likely to delay bailout package for Pakistan in ongoing talks

The sources said that IMF officials were also seeking details of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor In July China also deposited USD 2 billion with the State Bank of Pakistan The finance minister is likely to visit China on April 25 for talks
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India Pak foreign ministers to meet in New York next week

While the permanent missions of India and Pakistan to UN in New York are finalising schedule and agenda of talks sources suggest the ministers The issue of Kartarpur Sahib corridor opening will be taken up by Swaraj in her meeting with Qureshi
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Bailout talks with IMF hit last-minute snag

The sources said the IMF has sent a draft of the proposed agreement to Washington for vetting that includes some new conditions These conditions were no part of negotiations in the first round of talks when the State Bank of Pakistan former governor Tariq
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