Opinion/Commentary
Pakistan's fake news spin - Pioneer
Pakistan is clutching at straws. Perhaps encouraged by the growing relationship between Russia and its all-weather friend China, and also by Moscow's (though less than modest) outreach to it in military terms, Islamabad believes it can vitiate India-Russia ties by spinning out fake news. A section of the Pakistani media recently floated the news that Russia had offered to mediate between India and Pakistan on the Kashmir issue.
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