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Imran Khan writes to Narendra Modi, says Pakistan wants talks with India to resolve Kashmir issue and other disputes

Firstpost Friday, 7 June 2019
This is the second time after Modi was re-elected to power that the Pakistani premier has expressed his desire to work together with India for the betterment of their peoples.
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News video: Imran Khan writes Letter to PM Modi, seeks to resolve all disputes for stability | Oneindia News

Imran Khan writes Letter to PM Modi, seeks to resolve all disputes for stability | Oneindia News 01:12

Reaching out to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the second time, Pakistani PM Imran Khan writes letter to India's Prime Minister seeking to resolve all the disputes between the two nations and asking for stability in relation. This letter is written by Pakistani PM Imran Khan after India took...

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