Pakistan to take Kashmir dispute with India to ICJ: Pak FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi
On August 6, Indian government had revoked Article 370- which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir and divided the state into two Union Territories
After Modi's call, Trump asks Imran Khan to tone down anti-India 'rhetoric'
Trump's call with Khan came soon after conversation with Modi, during which the Modi raised the issue of "extreme rhetoric and incitement to anti-India violence" by Imran.
Price surge spells ‘hell’ for India gold demand
India’s consumption of gold has been affected by the govt’s efforts to curb its trade deficit.
India, France likely to finalise roadmap for digital, cyber security cooperation
The two sides will also explore new areas of cooperation such as artificial intelligence, super computing and developing digital technology among others, informed sources said.
Uncle Sam stood strongly with India at UN’s non-meeting on Kashmir
Pakistan’s leaders to project the hour-long confab as a monumental development is delusional. To project it as an expression of international will is a straight out lie. No statement was issued despite China’s push.
Trump Admin urged to resolve trade tensions with India
A top American lawmaker has urged the Trump Administration to resolve the trade tension with India as soon as possible, saying the dispute benefits none.
Making a pitch for a peripatetic India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi urges people to do a Bharat darshan.
Narendra Modi speaks to Donald Trump; raises Imran's provocative remarks against India
The Prime Minister reiterated India’s commitment to cooperate with anyone who followed this path, in fighting poverty, illiteracy and disease.
Pakistan opposition accuses government of Kashmir 'sellout'
The opposition parties in Pakistan have accused the Imran Khan-led federal government of 'selling out' Kashmir under an international conspiracy.
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