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Medical Council of India’s decision on PoK colleges not to impact students
Many students from J&K, especially Kashmir, go to Pakistan every year to pursue medical, engineering, IT and other professional courses. As of now, more than 700 students from J&K are studying in different institutions across Pakistan, according to officials.
China's plan in Ladakh dates back to 1950s: exiled Kashmiri leader
In 1950 China began constructing a road through Aksai Chin in the northeas...
Terrorist camps, launch pads in PoK full, Army's response to CFV swift and hard: Lt Gen B S Raju
In an interview , Lieutenant General Baggava...
Minorities in Pakistan: A life under siege
Earlier on Tuesday India had hit out at Islamabad at a UN session over human rights violation, terrorism activities and treatment of minorities In Pakistan, saying that the country should practice tolerance towards their minorities and "good neighbourliness" so that the South Asian region sees "eternal peace".
Pakistan army forcibly moving coronavirus positive patients to PoK and Gilgit
Amid strong protests by locals, the Pakistan army has started to move coronavirus positive patients from Punjab province to Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) and Gilgit Baltistan - the two most marginalised areas under Pakistani occupation.
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...
Imran warns PoK residents against crossing LoC to provide humanitarian aid to Kashmiris
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday warned the residents of Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) against crossing the Line of Control ...
Troops alert along LoC in wake of PoK march, no breach reported
Indian Armyis fully prepared to deal with any eventuality and foil any such march along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.
View: Pak PM must withdraw forces in PoK before Kashmiri rights talk
The crucial question is that does Pakistan really care for the people of Kashmir?
'HumWapasAayenge': Kashmiri Pandits' tweets pledge to return home
On January 19, 1990, lakhs of Kashmiri Pandits were forced to leave their homes in the Valley following a genocidal campaign launched by the terrorists. Noted political commentator Sunanda Vashisht tweeted a throwback image of herself and said that resolve to go back home has strengthened more.
Pakistan sends 200 PoK locals to terrorist camps for training and infiltration into India
Security forces have recently received reports pointing out that Pakistan has taken about 150 to 200 locals of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) to terrorist facilities for training.
Pakistan approves plan to open ancient Hindu temple corridor in PoK
The Sharda Peeth corridor, when opened, will be the second religious tract after Kartarpur corridor in Pakistan-controlled territory that will connect the two neighbouring nations
Amit Shah blames ex-PM Nehru for PoK's existence
Blaming former prime minister late Jawaharlal Nehru for the Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (PoK), Union home minister Amit Shah on Sunday said it would not have come into existence had Nehru not declared untimely ceasefire with the neighbouring country.
View: Kashmiris discarding Pakistan’s approach to capitalise on sentiments
Pakistani leaders have most of the times used Kashmir to whip-up anti-India sentiments to consolidate their political standing and avoid inconvenient questions domestically.
Many Pakistan terrorists in J&K; posters threaten Kashmiris
Five new groups of about 5-7 terrorists sneak into Valley; another 250 militants await in PoK.