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Joint Press Release 18th April 2020: Simultaneously Issued from Islamabad, Mumbai, Karachi, Kolkata, Lahore and New Delhi Both Indian and Pakistani Governments must initiate dialogue at the highest levels to resolve the violent misadventures on the Kashmir LoC, which has led to heavy militarisation of border villages, violations of the ceasefire and death of civilians...
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Seventh Pakistan-India Peoples’ Convention on Peace and Democracy, New Delhi, February 25-28, 2005.
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Sixth Pakistan-India Peoples’ Convention on Peace and Democracy, Karachi, December 12-14, 2003. In the world we live in today two contradictory conditions operate. On the one hand globalising agenda is pushing for relaxing fiscal barriers and allowing commodity flows. On the other hand domestically government is attempting to control the public and private lives of...
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Fifth Pakistan-India Peoples’ Convention on Peace and Democracy, Bangalore, April 7, 2000. The workshop on ‘Globalisation and Regional Cooperation’ recognises the need for struggle against forced integration of South Asian economies and the necessity of forging a joint struggle against the common threats to the economy and polity of India and Pakistan by unfettered globalisation....
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Fourth Pakistan-India Peoples’ Convention on Peace and Democracy, Peshawar, November 21-22, 1998. Over three hundred Pakistanis and Indians participated in this convention to discuss the ways and means of breaking out of the political and militaristic impasse created by the decision-makers of the two nations. The participants at the two-day meeting endorsed the decisions taken...
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Third Pakistan-India Peoples’ Convention on Peace and Democracy, Calcutta 28-31, 1996. More than three hundred Pakistanis and Indians met in Calcutta for the Third Convention of the Pakistan-India Peoples’ Forum for Peace and Democracy, formed in September of 1994. Of the 165 Pakistani delegates present at the convention, from diverse regions and varied professional backgrounds,...
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Second Pakistan-India Peoples’ Convention on Peace and Democracy, Lahore, November 10-11, 1995. Introduction With the Lahore Convention the Pakistan-India Peoples’ Forum for Peace and Democracy completed the first round of its initiative and founded a new approach to people to people dialogue between the two-countries. This was the second part of Delhi Convention held in...
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First Pakistan-India Peoples’ Convention on Peace and Democracy, New Delhi, February 24-25, 1995. The Pakistan-India People’s Convention on Peace and Democracy, in which more than two hundred Pakistani and Indian delegates participated, has been hailed as a major breakthrough. For two days, the delegates freely discussed the contentious issues of Kashmir, demilitarization, and the politics...
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