The "peace corridor" is "a message of love and fraternity", said Shah Mehmood Qureshi, the Pakistani foreign minister, adding he saw it as "a precious opportunity between the two countries".
India and Pakistan are set to inaugurate the construction of a corridor to facilitate hassle free cross-border travel for religious devotees - a rare step to improve ties between the two South Asian foes even as deep-seated divisions continue to obstruct progress in long-stalled peace talks.
"Both India and Pakistan are nuclear armed". Imran said. "The two nuclear powers can not afford another war". "It will be really insane for both of them to even think about going to war", the Pakistani leader warned.
On Wednesday, India for a second time refused Pakistan's invitation to PM Modi to attend the SAARC Summit, scheduled to be held in Islamabad next year. Pakistan, he stressed, wants peace in the region.
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She stressed the importance of getting rid of the stigma associated with opioid or other substance addiction. She added that, for all the importance of civil behaviour: "Sometimes you need to fight back, I'm sorry".
Flanked by chief of Pakistan's powerful army General Qamar Javed Bajwa and Indian politician and member of the opposition Congress party, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan performed ground breaking of the corridor.
Responding to a question during an interaction with Indian journalists, Khan said: "It is not in Pakistan's interest to have our territory used for terror activities outside."Khan also pointed out that there were United Nations sanctions on 26/11 accused and JuD chief Hafiz Saeed, and court cases against him in Pakistan in the Mumbai attack case".
However, Khan raked up the Kashmir issue saying that it was the only festering problem between the two countries and even that can be solved with "boldness and decisiveness" of political leadership. "If France and Germany can live in peace, why can't India and Pakistan", Imran Khan said.
He said for the first time, the government had sought technology transfer from China and the installation of vehicle manufacturing plant was the transfer of the very technology. The Gurdwara was home to Guru Nanak Dev, one of the leaders of the faith for 18 years and he died there in 1539.
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Several players were injured as rocks, bottles and wood were hurled at the vehicle, shattering windows. It was postponed a second time on Sunday , as it was determined the playing conditions were not equal.
He said during his Malaysian visit, the government also invited investment for Pakistan citing huge potential in the country.
Pakistan denies supporting militants targeting Indian forces in Kashmir and in return accuses India of supporting separatist movements within Pakistan.
The Indian Foreign Minister released a statement expressing "grave concern at the reports of attempts being made during the ongoing visit of the Indian pilgrims to Pakistan, to incite communal disharmony and intolerance and promote secessionist tendencies with the objective of undermining India's sovereignty and territorial integrity". According to him, the opening of Kartarpur corridor was one of the measures taken to improve bilateral ties.
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Two nooses were found hanging at the Mississippi State Capitol on Monday morning around 7:15, according to NBC affiliate WLBT. The senator's comment evoked the lynching of African Americans in a state whose past is rife with racial violence.