India threatens regional peace with LoC violations: Pakistan tells UN
Pakistan has told the U.N. General Assembly that India had created conditions that threaten regional peace and security by...
There are limits to our restraint: Pakistan tells India
Pakistan’s U.N. envoy asked the president of the United Nations Security Council on Thursday to informally brief the body...
India begins campaign at United Nations to isolate Pakistan
India began a campaign to isolate Pakistan at the United Nations on Monday, telling the 193-member General Assembly it...
India threatens regional peace with LoC violations: Pakistan tells UN
Pakistan has told the U.N. General Assembly that India had created conditions that threaten regional peace and security by engaging in unprovoked shelling across the Line of Control in the disputed Kashmiri region, and urged the United Nations to help resolve the Kashmir problem. “The UN is obliged play... Read more
There are limits to our restraint: Pakistan tells India
Pakistan’s U.N. envoy asked the president of the United Nations Security Council on Thursday to informally brief the body on the country’s escalating tension with neighboring India and said she will discuss it with U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon on Friday. Indian officials claimed elite troops crossed into Azad Jammu... Read more
India begins campaign at United Nations to isolate Pakistan
India began a campaign to isolate Pakistan at the United Nations on Monday, telling the 193-member General Assembly it was time to identify nations who nurture, peddle and export terrorism and isolate them if they don’t join the global fight. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said the arrest of... Read more
China vows to support Pakistan in case of Indian aggression
China has assured of Chinese support to Pakistan in case of Indian aggression. Chinese Consul General  Yu Boren has assured Pakistan support in case of any aggression. He said there was no justification for atrocities against unarmed Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir while Kashmir issue should be resolved in the light of aspiration... Read more
Extremist group gives Fawad Khan, Ali Zafar and Mahira Khan 48 hours to leave India
An Indian political group has threatened Pakistani actors particularly Fawad Khan, Ali Zafar and Mahira Khan to leave India within next 48 hours. According to Indian media reports, an Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS)-affiliate on Friday set a 48-hour deadline for all Pakistani artists working in India to immediately leave the country.... Read more
India offers $1bn in fresh aid to Afghanistan
India offered Afghanistan a fresh $1 billion in economic assistance after their leaders met in New Delhi on Wednesday to strengthen already close ties between the neighbours. Prime Minister Narendra Modi reiterated India’s commitment to helping the war-torn country strengthen its education, health, agriculture and other sectors during talks... Read more
West Indies beat India by one run in record run blitz
West Indies defeated India by one run in a record run-laden Twenty20 clash on Saturday after piling up the third highest ever total in the game’s shortest format. Set 246 to win, India needed two runs off the last ball for a famous victory in the Florida sunshine. But... Read more
India to form task force after Rio Olympics flop
New Delhi will form a task force to prepare for the next three Olympics after India’s disappointing medal tally at Rio, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced Friday. The special team of experts will chalk out a broad strategy to ensure effective participation of athletes in the 2020, 2024 and... Read more
Investigation after West Indies-India Test abandoned
The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board have launched an investigation after the fourth and final Test between the West Indies and India lasted just 22 overs due to a waterlogged outfield. No play was possible at the Queen’s Park Oval on Monday’s scheduled last day of the match, the... Read more
India ready to send foreign secretary to Pakistan
India is willing to send its top diplomat to Pakistan for talks focused on fighting cross-border terrorism, sources at its foreign ministry said on Wednesday, after a spike in tension in the disputed northernmost region of Kashmir. Indian Foreign Secretary Subrahmanyam Jaishankar was willing to attend talks on the... Read more
Pakistan offers India bilateral non-testing arrangement of nukes
Pakistan Tuesday said its offer to India for bilateral non-testing arrangement of nuclear weapons was reflective of its policy of promoting restraint and responsibility in South Asia. The bilateral non testing arrangement if mutually agreed could become binding immediately without waiting for the entry into force of the CTBT... Read more
Kashmir hit by deadly unrest on India Independence Day
A police paramilitary commander was shot dead in Kashmir’s main city while at least two suspected separatist militants were killed in gun-battles Monday as violence flared in the disputed Himalayan region on Indian Independence Day. The unnamed commander was critically injured in an ambush and died in hospital, a... Read more
PM urges UN to intervene end violation of human rights in Kashmir
Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif urged United Nations to intervene to end the persistent and egregious violation of the basic human rights of the Kashmiri people. In separate letters to the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Prince Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, he also asked... Read more
Despite Pakistan’s concerns, India vows more tough action to tackle Kashmir conundrum
India will go on hunting militants in Kashmir despite widespread protests over the killing of a young separatist commander, officials said, as the government bets that force coupled with development will quell rebellion in the restive state. The strategy for the Muslim-majority region contested by nuclear-armed neighbors India and... Read more