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FILE - In this Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013 file photo, Shah Rukh Khan waves during the unveiling of TOIFA Bollywood awards in Mumbai. As India and Pakistan spar over the issue of security for Shah Rukh Khan, the Bollywood superstar said it was sad that an article written by him took an "unwarranted twist" and he was forced to reiterate his patriotism. Addressing a press conference in Mumbai, he said the article "Inside My Khanate" written by him recently for Outlook Turning Points, was being misquoted. "I never said I feel unsafe in India. I tell my children, they are Indians first." To those offering unsolicited advice, let me say: we in India feel safe. They should read my article first," Khan said.

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Indian High Commissioner Sharat Sabharwal with Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik and PML-Q chief Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain at India's Republic Day reception in Islamabad on Monday. Malik waded into the controversy over actor Shah Rukh Khan's remarks about the problems purportedly faced by Indian Muslims, saying the Indian government should provide the actor security. "He (Shah Rukh) is born Indian and he would like to remain Indian, but I will request the government of India (to) please provide him security. I would like to request all Indian brothers and sisters and all those who are talking in a negative way about Shah Rukh, they should know he is a movie star," Malik said.

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Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik prays at the Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliyaa dargah in New Delhi.

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Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik prays at the Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliyaa dargah in New Delhi.

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Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik during his visit at the Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliyaa dargah in New Delhi.

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Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik at a meeting in New Delhi.

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Home Minister, Sushil Kumar Shinde and his Pakistani counterpart Rehman Malik hold hands during the launch of a new visa agreement between the two countries in New Delhi.

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Pakistan's interior minister Rehman Malik gestures upon his arrival at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport in New Delhi.

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Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik prays for the recovery of Malala Yousufzai, a 14-year-old Pakistani girl who was shot in the head by the Taliban last week, with Yousufzai's classmates in Mingora, Swat Valley, Pakistan.

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Minister for External Affairs SM Krishna and Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Islamabad.

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Minister for External Affairs SM Krishna and Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik join hands after signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Islamabad.

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An Indian delegation led by Home Secretary R. K. Singh, fourth left, listen to Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik, center, during their meeting in Islamabad, Pakistan. An Indian delegation led by Singh is in Islamabad to hold talks with his Pakistani counterpart to discuss cooperation in counter terrorism efforts and the introduction of a new relaxed visa regime.

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Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik, center, leaves after attending parliament's joint session in Islamabad, Pakistan. A parliamentary commission demanded an end to American drone attacks inside Pakistan and an apology for deadly U.S. airstrikes in November, as part of proposed new terms in the country's troubled relations with the United States.

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Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar and Federal Minister for Interior of Pakistan A. Rehman Malik at a meeting in Islamabad.

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Pakistani interior minister Rehman Malik waves as he leaves the Pak Supreme court where Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani appeared under a court order in Islamabad, Pakistan. Pakistan's top court scored a victory against the beleaguered government Thursday, when the lawyer for the country's prime minister agreed to debate whether the president enjoys immunity from prosecution on a past corruption case.

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Seated around a table from left to right, Afghan Foreign Minister Zalmay Rasoul, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik, and Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, attend a round of talks at the Iranian presidency office in Tehran, Iran.

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Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik briefs the media in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistani commandos were close to regaining control of a naval base as they hunted for any last holdouts among a team of Islamist militants who attacked and occupied the facility for 15 hours, destroying two U.S.-supplied planes and killing 12 security officers.

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Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, center, and his Interior Minister Rehman Malik, right, arrive to attend the funeral of Punjab Gov. Salman Taseer in Lahore, Pakistan.Thousands of Pakistani police were on high alert in Lahore ahead of the funeral for an outspoken provincial governor shot dead by a bodyguard reportedly enraged by his opposition to laws decreeing death for insulting Islam. Punjab Gov. Salman Taseer, a high-profile, 66-year-old businessman and media tycoon, was a stalwart of the ruling Pakistan People's Party, and his assassination sent nuclear-armed Pakistan reeling at a time of great political turmoil.

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Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik talks to media regarding the recent spot-fixing allegations levelled against Pakistan cricketers. Malik said he would wait for an initial British police report into allegations of match and spot fixing before sending an investigation team to England.

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Home Minister P Chidambaram, talks to Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik as they prepare for a group photo during the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) home ministers' conference in Islamabad, Pakistan. Chidambaram today said India wants more action from Pakistan against those involved in the Mumbai terror attacks and expressed confidence of a "positive outcome" in the matter after his meeting with his counterpart Rehman Malik.

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Indian Home Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram, left, walks with Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik, right, upon arrival at Chaklala airbase in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Chidambaram arrived in Pakistan to attend the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) home ministers' conference on June 26.

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AFP (From Outlook, May 31)

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