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Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan, left, attends a pro-Kashmir rally with former cricketer Shahid Afridi in Muzaffarabad, capital of Pakistani Kashmir. Khan assured residents of disputed Kashmir on Friday that he will expose years-long Indian oppression and human rights violations in the region when he addresses the U.N. General Assembly this month.

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A Pakistani jeep captured by the 3 Grenadier Regiment in the 1971 war, in Leh. The jeep which travelled with the regiment as a 'war trophy' across India, is now stationed in the unit's camp around 40 km from Leh.

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Pakistani Kashmiris rally near the Parliament House to express solidarity with Indian Kashmiris in Islamabad, Pakistan.

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Pakistani Kashmiris rally near the Parliament House to express solidarity with Indian Kashmiris in Islamabad, Pakistan. The protests and anti-India rallies continued for the forth consecutive week in solidarity with Kashmiri people after India abrogated Articles 370 and 35A, shrinking the rights of Kashmir people.

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Ministry of Home Affairs Joint Secretary (Internal Security) SCL Das (L) before addressing the media along with other delegation members following their meeting with Pakistan counterparts during the third round of talks on 'Kartarpur Sahib Corridor', at Attari Wagha border. The corridor will connect Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur with Dera Baba Nanak shrine in Gurdaspur district of Punjab and facilitate visa-free movement of Indian pilgrims, who will have to just obtain a permit to visit Kartarpur Sahib, which was established in 1522 by Sikh faith founder Guru Nanak Dev.

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Pakistani delegation address the media before coming to India for the third round of talks on 'Kartapur Sahib Corridor', at Wagha-Attari Border.

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A vehicle carrying an Indian diplomat leaves the foreign ministry following a meeting with Kulbhushan Jadhav, an imprisoned Indian convicted of spying, in Islamabad, Pakistan. Pakistan has granted rare consular access to Jadhav who faces the death penalty in a case that's been a source of friction between the nuclear-armed neighbors who have recently seen tensions between them escalate further over disputed Kashmir.

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Pakistani protesters carry an effigy of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a rally to express solidarity with Indian Kashmiris in Peshawar, Pakistan.

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Supporters of Pakistan's People's party rally to express solidarity with Indian Kashmiris in Karachi, Pakistan.

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Protesters hang an effigy of Indian Premier Narendra Modi during a rally against India on Pakistan's Independence Day, in Karachi, Pakistan.

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A Pakistani protester beats a burning effigy of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a protest in Quetta, Pakistan. Pakistan's prime minister has questioned the silence of world community over recent change in the status of Kashmir by New Delhi and lingering imposition of security clampdown which deprived Kashmiri people of their basic rights.

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Children wave a tricolour during a programme on the eve of 73rd Independence Day, at the India-Pakistan Attari-Wagah border.

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A child waves a a tricolour during a programme on the eve of 73rd Independence Day, at the India-Pakistan Attari-Wagah border.

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India's Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers patrol near the India Pakistan border fencing at Garkhal in Akhnoor, about 35 kilometers (22 miles) west of Jammu.

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Punjab Police escort a Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation bus as it returns to Lahore without passengers, in Amritsar. Pakistan on Friday suspended the Lahore-Delhi Dosti, or Friendship, bus service between the two countries. Pakistan on Friday also suspended the Thar Express, its last remaining train link with India, in response to revocation of disputed Kashmir's special status by New Delhi.

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Punjab Police escort a Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation bus as it returns to Lahore without passengers, in Amritsar. Pakistan on Friday suspended the Lahore-Delhi Dosti, or Friendship, bus service between the two countries. Pakistan on Friday also suspended the Thar Express, its last remaining train link with India, in response to revocation of disputed Kashmir's special status by New Delhi.

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Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi addresses a news conference in Islamabad, Pakistan. Qureshi said that Islamabad is not considering any military actions and instead is looking at political and legal options to challenge India's changes to disputed Kashmir's status. Qureshi rejected New Delhi's claim that the changes were its internal matter and that Islamabad should reconsider its expulsion of India's ambassador and suspension of trade and a key train service.

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In this file photo, is seen Samjhauta Express train coming from Lahore, crossing Indo-Pakistan border on its way to Attari Station. Pakistan stopped Samjhauta Express on their side at Wagah border on Thursday, Aug 08, 2019, citing security concerns.

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An army officer displays a sniper gun recovered during a search operation along the Amarnath route, during a joint press conference in Srinagar.

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Indiam army officers display a sniper gun recovered during a search operation along the Amarnath route, during a joint press conference in Srinagar.

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A Pakistani protester walks on a poster of an alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav during a protest in Hyderabad, Pakistan. The United Nations' highest court ordered Pakistan to stay the execution of an alleged Indian spy and undertake a full review of his case, after agreeing with India's contention the man's rights had been violated in a case that has been a source of friction between the nuclear neighbors.

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Senior advocate Harish Salve addresses a press conference on ICJ's verdict in Kulbhushan Jadhav case, in London.

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Pakistan officials at International Courts of Justice during Kulbhushan Jadhav's verdict in Hague, Netherlands.

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India's Ambassador to the Netherlands Venu Rajamony and MEA Joint Secretary (Pakistan-Afghanistan-Iran) Deepak Mittal at International Courts of Justice during Kulbhushan Jadhav's verdict in Hague, Netherlands.

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Pakistan and India officials at International Courts of Justice during Kulbhushan Jadhav's judgement in Hague, Netherlands.

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A view of the International Court of Justice presided by ICJ judge Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf during the Kulbhushan Jadhav's verdict in Hague, Netherlands.

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ICJ judge Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf delivers Kulbhushan Jadhav's verdict in Hague, Netherlands. The International Court of Justice ruled in favour to India in the case of former Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav who had been sentenced to death by a Pakistani Military court on charges of "espionage and terrorism". In its ruling, the Hague-based court affirmed Mr Jadhav's right to consular access and called on Pakistan to review and reconsider his conviction and sentence.

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The Indian delegation headed by SCL Das, Joint Secretary (Internal Security) in Ministry of Home Affairs, along with other delegation members returns after the second round of talks with Pakistan to finalise modalities of the Kartarpur corridor for Sikh pilgrims, at Attari near Amritsar.

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SCL Das, Joint Secretary (Internal Security) in Ministry of Home Affairs, and other officials on their return after the second round of talks with Pakistan to finalise modalities of the Kartarpur corridor for Sikh pilgrims, at Attari near Amritsar.

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Indian Army hand over to Pak Army the body of a seven-year-old boy recovered from a stream flowing from across the Line of Control. The boy, identified as Abid Ahmad Sheikh, was a resident of Kamri, across the LoC in Gilgit-Baltistan.

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Released Indian fisherman Ismail shows his name tag at Lahore railway station to leave for their homeland, in Pakistan, Pakistani officials said they will release the first batch of 360 Indian prisoners detained for fishing illegally in the country's territorial waters in the Arabian sea. Prison official Munir Ahmed said Sunday that 100 prisoners will travel by train under police guard to the eastern city of Lahore before being handed over to Indian authorities at the Wagah border

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Gen Musharraf with Manmohan Singh during the India-Pak ODI in Delhi in April 2005

Photograph by Narendra Bisht

Yashovardhan Azad (centre), seen with the Pakistan squad in 1999, was security liaison officer during India’s tour in 2004

Indian and Pakistani supporters watch an ODI in Lahore on March 24, 2004

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Pakistani protesters burn an effigy of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during an anti-Indian rally in Peshawar, Pakistan.

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Border villagers take shelter at a bunker at Ranbir Singh Pura Sector in the wake of heavy shelling across the India-Pakistan international border, in Jammu.

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This still image taken from video circulated by Pakistan's military shows a man who identified himself as the pilot of an Indian military aircraft that was shot down over a part of the mountainous Kashmir region controlled by Pakistan.

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A worker paints the red and white medical emblem of cross on the roof of SMHS hospital as tensions escalate between India and Pakistan in Srinagar.

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Army soldiers stand near the wreckage of an Indian aircraft after it crashed in Budgam area, outskirts of Srinagar.

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Villagers gather near the wreckage of an Indian aircraft after it crashed in Budgam area, outskirts of Srinagar.

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Villagers and soldiers gather near the wreckage of an Indian aircraft after it crashed in Budgam area, outskirts of Srinagar.

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Supporters of a Pakistani religious group Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba hold a rally against India, in Pakistan.

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Air passengers stranded after Amritsar airport was shut down in the view of the tension along the Pakistan border, in Amritsar.

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Air passengers stranded after Amritsar airport was shut down in the view of the tension along the Pakistan border, in Amritsar.

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People light crackers as they celebrate reports of Indian aircrafts bombing Pakistan territory, in New Delhi.

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Supporters of Prime Minister Narendra Modi gesture as if they are offering sweets to a photograph of Modi in a placard, as they celebrate reports of Indian aircrafts bombing Pakistan territory, in New Delhi.

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People chant slogans as they celebrate India's major preemptive strike on Jaish-e-Mohammed's camps, in Jammu.

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People chant slogans as they celebrate India's major preemptive strike on Jaish-e-Mohammed's camps, in Patna.

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Pakistan villagers cross a bridge in Balakot, Pakistan. Maj. Gen Asif Ghafoor, a military spokesman, said the Indian "aircrafts" crossed into the Pakistan-controlled Muzafarabad sector of Kashmir, which is split between the two countries but claimed by each in its entirety. He said Pakistan scrambled fighters and the Indian jets "released payload in haste," near Balakot, on the edge of Pakistani-ruled Kashmir.

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In this photo released by the Foreign Office, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, left, heads an emergency meeting with unidentified official, following Indian aircraft have violated the Pakistani territory, in Islamabad, Pakistan.

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In this photo released by the Foreign Office, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, right, heads an emergency meeting following Indian aircraft have violated the Pakistani territory, in Islamabad, Pakistan.

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People celebrate as they react to reports of Indian aircrafts bombing Pakistan territory, in Ahmadabad. Pakistan says Indian aircraft crossed into its territory and dropped bombs without causing casualties, in the latest escalation between the nuclear-armed rivals since a deadly attack on Indian troops in the disputed Kashmir region sent tensions soaring. Banner in Gujarati reads, "India army go ahead, we all are with you".

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Home Minister Rajnath Singh leaves after attending a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security at the residence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi, following the IAF's air strikes in Pakistan.

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Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharam leaves after attending a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security at the residence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi following the IAF's air strikes in Pakistan.

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National Security Advisor Ajit Doval leaves after attending a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security at the residence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi following the IAF's air strikes in Pakistan.

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Finance Minister Arun Jaitley leaves after attending a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security at the residence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi following the IAF's air strikes in Pakistan.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi chairs a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security at his residence in New Delhi following the IAF's air strikes in Pakistan.

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In this photo released by the Press Information Department, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, left, chairs a meeting of the National Security Committee in Islamabad, Pakistan. Pakistan's prime minister authorized the armed forces to "respond decisively and comprehensively to any aggression or misadventure" by neighboring India, as tensions soared between the nuclear-armed rivals.

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Border Security Force (BSF) women and men commandos, mounted on camels, patrol along the India-Pakistan international border near Jaisalmer.

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India's joint secretary of the Foreign Ministry, Deepak Mittal, talks to his delegation members prior to presenting oral arguments at the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands. India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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Journalists, foreground, takes images at the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands where India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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Journalists, foreground, takes images at the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands where India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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People burn an effigy and posters of Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan during a protest over Pulwama terror attack, in Prayagraj.

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Deepak Mittal, the joint secretary of India's Foreign Ministry, presents oral arguments at the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands.

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Pakistan's attorney general Anwar Mansoor Khan, right, greets Deepak Mittal, the joint secretary of India's Foreign Ministry, as he present oral arguments at the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands. India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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Exterior view of the Peace Palace, which houses the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands. India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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Supporters of a Pakistani religious group Jamaat-ud-Dawa, raise their hands to express solidarity with Indian Kashmiris during a rally for Kashmir Day in Lahore, Pakistan. Placard at right reads, "Kashmir is haven on earth."

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Hamid Nihal Ansari, who was repatriated by Pakistan after six years in jail, being received by his mother Fauzia Ansari, father Nehal Ansari (background R in tie) at Attari-Wagah border in Amritsar.

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Hamid Nihal Ansari, who was repatriated by Pakistan after six years in jail, being received by his mother Fauzia Ansari, father Nehal Ansari (in tie) and elder brother Khali Ansari, at Attari-Wagah border in Amritsar.

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Fauzia Ansari, mother of Hamid Nihal Ansari who is being released by Pakistan after six years in jail, addresses the media, in Amritsar.

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Lahore-Delhi bus enters India through the Attari-Wagah land border. Pakistani government performed the ground-breaking ceremony for Kartarpur Corridor.

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Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan shakes hands with cricketer-turned-Indian politician Navjot Singh Sidhu during ground breaking ceremony for Kartarpur corridor in Pakistan's Kartarpur. Khan attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the first visa-free border crossing with India, a corridor that will allow Sikh pilgrims to easily visit their shrines on each side of the border.

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A supporter of Tehreek-Azadi Jammu Kashmir attends a rally to observe Black Day, in Lahore, Pakistan

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A man walks past a banner graphically advertising Indian Kashmiri's struggle for freedom and Pakistan's support, displayed on a highway near presidential palace in Islamabad

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With Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf during the Agra Summit, 2001

Photograph by T. Narayan

Vajpayee with Sharif

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“Nawaz Sharif went to India and engaged with it to safeguard his business interests . He did not care for Pakistan’s interest.”

“Nawaz Sharif tried his best to mend ties with India. But India’s aggressive and anti-Pakistan policy has led to the present stalemate.”

Pakistanni President, General Pervez Musharraf with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during Indo-pak ODI cricket match in Firozshah Kotla in New Delhi

Photograph by Narendra Bisht

Shiv Sena activists raise slogans and burn a Pakistani flag during a protest against the killing of five people in the heavy shelling by Pakistani troops along the Line of Control (LoC), in Jammu.

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A boy holds the tail unit of a mortar shell in front of his damaged house in Nowshera

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Villagers from Jhanghar, Nowshera, take shelter under a culvert after being under mortar attack

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The roof of a Nowshera house after a February 6 Pak shelling

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Indira Gandhi and Zulfikar Ali Bhutto sign the Shimla Agreement, 1972

The Indo-Pak war ­surrender in 1971, a major national feat under Indira

Students wear the army dress as they hold the candles to pay the tribute to Martyrs on the eve of Kargil Vijay Diwas, named after the success of Operation Vijay.

PTI Photo by Shailendra Bhojak

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BSF officers and Pakistan Rangers at Commandant-Wing Cdr level Flag meeting held at India Pakistan International Border at Samba in Jammu.

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Pakistani protesters protest to express solidarity with Kashmiris who are resisting Indian rule, in Lahore, Pakistan. Placard in center reads "International community, take notice of atrocities on Kashmiris.

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BSF personnel exchange sweets with a Pakistan Rangers officer at the India-Pakistan International border area on the occasion of Eid-al-Fitr, in Jammu.

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Pakistani devotees take photos of Indian side as they stand with Pakistani Rangers near the shrine of Sufi saint Baba Dalip Singh Manhas during the annual Chamliyal fair near the India-Pakistan international border at Chamliyal post, about 47 kilometers (29 miles) south of Jammu,.

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Indian pilgrims stand in a queue to offer prayers at the shrine of a Sufi saint Baba Dalip Singh Manhas during an annual fair at Chamliyal near the India-Pakistan international border about 47 kilometers (29 miles) south of Jammu.

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Indian Border Security Force Deputy Inspector General P. S. Dhiman, seated left, interacts with Pakistani Sector Commander Chenab Range Brigadier Amjad Hussain near the shrine of Sufi saint Baba Dalip Singh Manhas during the annual Chamliyal fair near the India-Pakistan international border at Chamliyal post, about 47 kilometers (29 miles) south of Jammu. The over 300-year old festival is celebrated on the fourth Thursday every June at two spots, one at Chamliyal in the Indian territory and the other at Saidanwali in Pakistan in honor of the saint.

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Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik makes a sand art to wish Indian cricket team and Indian Hockey team 'All the Best' on the eve of Ind- Pak final match in Champions trophy and ahead of Hockey World league at Puri beach, in Odisha.

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Border Security Force (BSF) personnel patrolling near the International Border following repeated cease fire violations by Pakistan, on the outskirts of Jammu.

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Border Security Force (BSF) personnel patrolling the International Border following repeated cease fire violations by Pakistan, on the outskirts of Jammu.

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Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) refugees shouting slogans during a protest in support of their various demands, in Jammu.

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Four-month-old Pakistani infant, Rohaan, who has to undergo a surgery on the assurance by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, arrives with his parents in Noida Hospital.

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Hindu sena protest against Indo-Pak cricket match, at Jantar Mantar, in New Delhi.

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