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India now gives befitting reply, Interior Minister warns Pakistan, refers to surgical strike

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India's Interior Minister Amit Shah on Thursday said that India now gives a befitting reply to perpetrators of cross-border violence as he recalled the 2016 surgical strikes. His remarks came in the backdrop of resurgence in terror activities and recent civilian killings in Jammu and Kashmir, which security agencies have blamed on Pakistan-based Laskhar-e-Taiba terror outfit. India and China on Wednesday exchanged sharp statements on Vice President Venkaiah Naidu's visit to northeastern Indian state of  Arunachal Pradesh that Beijing claims to be part of South Tibet. New Delhi said it "rejected" the Chinese statement "firmly opposing" the visit. This came amid the latest reports of a face-off in Arunachal and days after talks between the two sides to resolve a protracted standoff on a stretch of disputed Himalayan border broke down, with both sides blaming each other for the failure to make progress. Crisis over the appointment of the new chief of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence has continued amid reported differences between Prime Minister Imran Khan and Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa. Pakistan's Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Thursday said the process will be completed soon and it is inappropriate to create controversy out of it.  Traders and businessmen in Pakistan's financial capital Karachi have expressed they are staring at an uncertain future amid the economic crisis in the country and have rejected recent taxation measures, which they say have added to their woes. President of a traders' association said there was dire need for financial assistance and reforms to facilitate small businesses.
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