Nawaz Sharif writes to UN Security Council's P5 over Kashmir issue
The letters emphasise the “extremely negative implications of the dire situation“ in the Indian state on regional as well as international peace and security.
Battleground Hague: India, Pakistan at ICJ after 18 years
Tomorrow, the ICJ is holding a public hearing at The Hague in Netherlands where the...
Did meeting between Sajjan Jindal and Nawaz Sharif spur India-Pakistan border tension?
The alleged mutilation of Indian soldiers across the L...
Kargil 'misadventure', was 'stab' in Atal Vajpayee's back: Nawaz Sharif
Sharif had, in the past, put the blame for Kargil on Pervez Musharraf, who as then Pakistani army chief deposed Sharif in a coup the same year.
Pathankot attack: India awaits Pak SIT visit, says VK Singh
India is waiting for the visit of a Pakistan SIT as well as details from the neighbour on its probes in connection with the Pathankot terror attack.
Wary Nawaz Sharif dances to Pakistani army tune on NSA-level talks
While finalizing strategy for the NSA talks the Pak PM, his aides and his kitchen cabinet held extensive discussions with the army and ISI chiefs.
PM Modi meets Sharif: Pakistan army in loop on terror talks in latest round of engagement
Another reason for India to feel confident about its Pakistan outreach is that it has addressed the reason why the army seemed to be resisting engagement.
Pakistan court declares Tahir-ul-Qadri as proclaimed offender
Anti-government cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri, his sons and 2 others of Pakistan Awami Tehrik party were declared "proclaimed offenders" by Pak anti-terrorism court.
Kashmir issue needs collaborative efforts from the government and the army from India & Pakistan
It is only logical for Sharif to now ask Kayani, who retires in November, to be on extension to oversee results on Kashmir.
India may not achieve normalcy with Pakistan till we lock down the LoC
The excitement on this side of the border on Monday was enough to believe that Nawaz Sharif was the answer to all our problems.
Can Narendra Modi give a great government to this country?
The Rajyabhishek in the magnificent Rashtrapati Bhavan forecourt was a sight for sore eyes and understandably some of us went ape
Reforms may lose their sting
The prospect of a weaker NDA - as projected by the exit polls - returning to power with the support of demanding players is sending jitters through the policy establishment.
Abetting terror won't help resolve Kashmir dispute
A meaningful dialogue on J&K issues will be possible only after Pakistan acts to bring to justice those responsible for the 26/11 carnage.
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