Complete shutdown in all districts of IoK
Complete shutdown, in occupied Kashmir, was observed in all districts of the Kashmir Valley on the 99th consecutive day...
Indian minister warns Pakistan after Kashmir attack
New Delhi: Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday reacted angrily to the killing of eight paramilitary personnel by...
Indian entry in NSG to break Pak-India nuclear balance: Chinese Media
Beijing: Chinese official media on Thursday reported if New Delhi is admitted into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) nuclear...
Complete shutdown in all districts of IoK
Complete shutdown, in occupied Kashmir, was observed in all districts of the Kashmir Valley on the 99th consecutive day on Thursday. All the educational institutions, petrol pumps, business and other establishments remained closed, while traffic was off the road. People including women and schoolboys defying restrictions held anti-India protest... Read more
Indian minister warns Pakistan after Kashmir attack
New Delhi: Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday reacted angrily to the killing of eight paramilitary personnel by gunmen in India-held Kashmir on Saturday. He blamed Pakistan for the attack in Pampore. “India will not hesitate to retaliate if disturbed,” Indian media quoted Mr Singh as saying. “We... Read more
Indian entry in NSG to break Pak-India nuclear balance: Chinese Media
Beijing: Chinese official media on Thursday reported if New Delhi is admitted into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) nuclear balance between India and Pakistan will be broken. Stating that India s entry into Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) will shake strategic balance in South Asia and even cast a cloud... Read more
Indian membership bid: For NSG consensus, China insists more talks needed
 China said earlier on Sunday that more talks were needed to build a consensus on which countries can join the main group controlling access to sensitive nuclear technology, after a push by the United States to include India. China is seen as leading opposition to the US move to... Read more
Indian Muslim women campaign against ‘triple talaq’ divorce
A mere three words were scrawled on the letter from her husband and posted to her parent’s home in central India, but they were enough to shatter Sadaf Mehmood’s life. Using an ancient and controversial Islamic practice, Mehmood’s husband wrote “talaq, talaq, talaq” or “I divorce you” three times... Read more
7 Indian embassy websites hacked by a supposed Pakistan supporting group
Seven Indian embassy websites have been hacked by a group who purportedly support Pakistan, as per Indian news reports The hackers, who call themselves ‘Intruder’ and ‘Romantic’, have posted messages saying, “Embassy of India in Dushanbe, Tajikistan Has Been OWNED, Hey Indian Government, Do not Mess With Us  Pakistan... Read more
Consular access to Kalbhushan wasn’t given since he is an Indian agent say Ch. Nisar
Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan spoke at length to media personnel and stated that consular access to Kalbhushan Yadav would not be granted to India since he was an Indian agent. Speaking to media personnel, Nisar stated that Kalbhushan have arrived in Pakistan for special objectives. Nisar... Read more
Pakistan frees 18 Indian fishermen
Karachi: Pakistan on Sunday freed 18 Indian fishermen held for violating its territorial waters, said a senior jail official. Superintendent of Karachi’s Landhi Jail said the fisherman would travel to Lahore from Cant Station and will enter Indian through Wagah Border. He said as many as 199 Indian fishermen... Read more
Window of goodwill closing, warns Indian defence minister
New Delhi: Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar warned on Saturday that while Prime Minister Narendra Modi had opened a window of goodwill and dialogue with Pakistan, it was now closing as doubts remained about its sincerity in tackling terrorism. “Prime Minister Modi opened a window of opportunities when he... Read more
Indian cast or noise pollution: why did Police raid set of Meera’s upcoming film?
Lahore: Almost three weeks ago, film producer Sohail Khan announced production of his upcoming romantic-comedy, Shor Sharaba. He had also revealed plans of roping in Indian director Hasnain Hyderabadwala for the project. While shooting for the film was in full swing, the Punjab police barged into the premises and allegedly... Read more
Pakistan-born Bollywood singer to get life long Indian visa
Pakistan-born Bollywood singer and actress Salma Agha will get an Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) card that will offer her multiple entry, multi-purpose life-long visa to visit India and exemption from reporting to police, Times of India reported on Monday. “We have decided to grant Salma Agha the OCI... Read more
For  love of world records:  Indian man removes teeth and gets over 500 tattoos
 An elderly Indian man utterly obsessed with setting Guinness world records got 366 flags tattooed on his body and had all his teeth removed so he could put nearly 500 drinking straws and more than 50 burning candles in his mouth. Har Parkash Rishi, who claims to have set... Read more
Indian court orders repatriation of Pakistani boy
Karachi: Ansar Burney Trust International´s Chairman, Ansar Burney Friday announced that the local court in India has ordered repatriation of a four-year-old trafficked boy, Iftikhar back, to Pakistan from India and in this regard, the repatriation process has started and he will soon be back in Pakistan. Burney thanked... Read more
Pakistan perturbed over Indian move to violate UN resolutions on Kashmir
Pakistan has expressed grave concern to the United Nations Secretary General and the President of the UN Security Council with regard to the Indian government’s efforts to introduce a controversial “Geospatial Information Regulation Bill” in the Indian Parliament. In a letter, Pakistan called upon the UN to uphold the UNSC... Read more