Support direct dialogue between India-Pakistan as outlined in Shimla Agreement: US
Acting Assistant Secy of State for South and Central Asia Alice G Wells said, "Restarting a productive bilateral dialogue requires building trust, & the chief obstacle remains Pak's continued support for extremist groups that engage in cross-border terrorism."
US Congressional hearing was a setup against India, in favour of Pakistan: Aarti Tikoo Singh
Senior Indian journalist from Kashmir, Aarti Tik...
India cuts defence exports to Turkey over Pakistan nexus
Licence to sensitive items are being withheld amid security threats. India had start...
Armed forces will keep giving befitting reply till Pakistan doesn't stop infiltration: Rajnath Singh
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh that our armed forces have never been offensive on the Pakistani side and have never fired first. His statement comes a day after Army chief General Bipin Rawat said that terror camps have been destroyed by the Army.
Imran Khan not capable of completing his term: Bilawal
He said the federal government was not competent to steer the country into the right direction, which was the reason that everyone across Pakistan was raising voice against its anti-people policies, the Dawn newspaper reported.
Watch: Pakistanis expose 'state terrorism' unleashed in PoK
While Pak PM Imran Khan spins lies about J&K, his own people expose the ‘state terrorism’ which is unleashed in Pakistan. PoK Kashmiris dema...
Deeply concerned over reports of human rights abuses, religious discrimination in Pak: US
The United States has urged the Pakistani government to uphold the rule of law and the freedoms enshrined in the country's Constitution.
Pakistan is not only India's problem, it is a challenge for entire world: Ram Madhav
Madhav said India will certainly be happy to have friendly relations with Pakistan but first of all it has to address this major issue of cross-border terrorism.
Pakistan to open Kartarpur Corridor on November 9: Imran khan
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on October 3 had said Singh had agreed to join the first all-party "jatha" (delegation) to the Kartarpur Sahib gurdwara to join the mega event after the opening of the Kartarpur Corridor.
India will cross LoC if Pakistan doesn't mend its ways: J&K Governor
J&K Governor Satyapal Malik said that if Pakistan doesn't stop terrorism, then India will cross the LoC, in order to curb terror. His statement comes after Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat said that four launch pads across the LoC were destroyed.
Pakistan Army rejects India's claim of destroying terror camps in PoK
Pakistan's military spokesman Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor rejected Indian Army's assertion that it targeted at least three terror camps in PoK. He also said that India is welcome to take any foreign diplomat or media to the site to prove its claim.
Indian forces capable of giving befitting reply to those who cast evil eye on us: Rajnath Singh
Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said the India Navy has maintained vigilance to ensure that the terror attack of 26/11 is not repeated. The minister said this while addressing the media at the Naval Commanders conference.
Defence Ministry to decide on Army's Rs 10,000 crore Akash missiles proposal for Pakistan, China border
The proposal to acquire two regiments of the Akash Prime missiles which can be deployed in high altitude areas to counter China and Pakistan would be discussed at the meeting of the Defence Acquisition Council scheduled to be held today.
Will dismantle terror camps inside POK if Pakistan doesn't mend ways: J-K Governor
Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Monday said India will dismantle terrorist infrastructures inside Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (P...
Pakistan violates ceasefire along IB in JK's Kathua
Sudden firing by Pakistani rangers was witnessed at Manyari-Chorgali area, Hiranagar in Jammu on Friday evening and continued throughout the night. The Border Security Force (BSF) retaliated effectively, no casualty or damage was reported.
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