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Pakistan House is an independent think tank of International Affairs. Our main objective is to establish better channels of communication between Pakistan and Rest of the World. Pakistan House is a Registered Trust under 1882 Act.

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Pakistan has reopened its airspace for all types of civil traffic with immediate effect, the Civil Aviation Authority said, following nearly five months of restrictions imposed after a standoff with India in February.

"With immediate effect Pakistan airspace is open for all type of civil traffic on published ATS (Air Traffic Service) routes," according to a notice to airmen (NOTAMS) published on the authority’s website.
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Pakistan claims making headway on “80 percent and beyond” issues in the much-delayed second round of talks with India on the opening of the Kartarpur corridor for Sikh pilgrims by the 550th birth anniversary of the founder of Sikh religion Baba Guru Nanak.

The talks were held at the Wagah border where a 13-member Pakistan team was led by Saarc and South Asia desk Director General and Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Dr. Mohammad Faisal, while an eight-member Indian team was headed by interior joint secretary S.C.L. Das.
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A two-day Track-II dialogue between Pakistan and India commenced on Friday. The discussions were the first round of the initiative and the second round would be held in New Delhi in September. Six delegates from India are participating in the dialogue.

The last notable Track-II meeting between Pakistan and India took place in Islamabad on April 28-30, 2018, and was one of the oldest Track-II initiatives between the two countries. Heightened bilateral tensions and Indian elections this year had halted all previous engagements between the two countries.
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