Pakistan have always stepped ahead for welcoming the peace but it was India denying the facts and waging war in one way or another. These two sides have been very aggressive since the partition but last year was worse for both countries with a lot of ...

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    Dacoit killed, two escape in police encounter FAISALABAD- A dacoit was killed, while his two accomplices managed to escape during an encounter in the limits of Saddar Police Station.Police said on Tuesday that a police team signalled a suspect motorcycle carrying three persons near Gulshan-e-Haram colony, Chenab Garden at Sammundri road. The outlaws opened indiscriminate fire at the police party ...