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218 more Indian fishermen freed by Pakistan as 'goodwill gesture'

DNA Saturday, 7 January 2017
Pakistan government repatriated 218 Indian fishermen through the border on Saturday, two days after their release from jails as a goodwill gesture. All the prisoners crossed over to India around 1.00 AM through the land transit route of Attari (Indian side) - Wagah (Pakistan side) border on the basis of 'Emergency Travel...
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Pakistan frees 219 Indian fishermen who had strayed into its waters, an official says, calling it a "goodwill gesture" ten days after a similar number were also released.

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