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Article 370 revoked: Work on Kartarpur corridor will continue as planned, announces Pakistan amid rising tensions in bilateral ties
Islamabad decided to downgrade diplomatic ties with New Delhi.
India accuses Pakistan of trying to present 'alarming picture' by downgrading diplomatic ties, says Article 370 internal matter
India termed Pakistan downgrading diplomatic ties with it as an attempt to present an alarming picture to the world about bilateral relations. MEA asserted that its decision on Jammu and Kashmir is an internal affair. India on Monday revoked Article 370 of the Constitution removing special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
Pakistan's sabre-rattling in face of India abrogating Article 370 in Kashmir is almost entirely aimed at Imran Khan's domestic audience
In light of India's decision to abrogate Article 370 of the Constitution, Pakistan, on Wednesday, announced a slew of diplomatic measures aimed at expressing its unhappiness with New Delhi's actions
Article 370 revoked: Roundup of Pakistan media, political and military reactions to Indian govt's move
Pakistani's foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Pakistan would request and appeal to the United Nations, Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, friendly countries and human rights organisations not to remain silent on this issue.
Indian High Commission in Pakistan protests 'unprecedented harassment' of guests at iftar party in Islamabad
'The guests faced unprecedented harassment and intimidation at the hands of security agencies,' the Indian High Commission to Pakistan said in a statement.
'Stupid tit-for-tat diplomacy': Omar Abdullah flays harassment of guests at iftar hosted by Indian High Commission in Islamabad
Omar Abdullah made the statement after guests invited to the Indian High Commission's iftar faced 'unprecedented harassment' by Pakistani security officials.
Pakistani security officials 'aggressively turn away' guests at Indian High Commissioner Ajay Bisaria's iftar party at Islamabad office
Guests were aggressively turned away by Pakistani security officials from an Iftar party hosted by the Indian High Commissioner Ajay Bisaria in Islamabad on Saturday and even calls were made to stop many of them from attending it, sources said.
4 acquitted in Samjhauta blast case: Pakistan summons Indian envoy; BJP calls verdict 'historic', Opposition slams 'double standards'
A special NIA Court in Panchkula on Wednesday acquitted all four accused in the 2007 Samjhauta train bombing case for lack of evidence, invoking sharp and wildly contrasting reactions from Pakistan, the Indian government, victims' families and the Opposition.
After being called to New Delhi for consultations following the Pulwama attack last month, India's High Commissioner to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria will reach Islamabad on Saturday.
India, Pakistan in touch over construction of Kartarpur Corridor, says high commissioner in Islamabad Ajay Bisaria
Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria has said that the two sides were in contact on the Kartarpur corridor and that New Delhi has already appointed a focal person for the purpose.
Bisaria congratulated Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan on his electoral success and discussed the prospects of India-Pakistan relationship.
Pakistan authorities bar Indian envoy Ajay Bisaria from visiting Gurdwara Panja Sahib near Islamabad
Ajay Bisaria wanted to visit the Gurdwara Panja Sahib as it was his birthday and he had gone to pray there after getting the necessary documents.
Indian high commissioner Ajay Bisaria meets Pakistan NSA Naseer Janjua, raises concerns over cross-border terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir
Indian High Commissioner Ajay Bisaria on Tuesday met Pakistan's National Security Adviser Naseer Khan Janjua and raised India's concerns over cross border terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir, besides discussing ways to improve strained bilateral ties.
Harassment of Indian diplomats reflects ascendance of Pakistan Army, pettiness of intelligence agencies
The present outbreak of violence can therefore be laid at the door of two factors. First, the fact that under the virtual rule of the Pakistan Army, intelligence agencies are being allowed full freedom to act according to their own departmental interests. This is apparent in the pettiness involved – which includes denying the ambassador membership of the Islamabad Club – which smacks of decision making at very junior levels. Second, the incidents also highlight the slow but sure fall of the country’s governance structures into a state where they find anarchical behaviour not in the least unusual or worthy of comment.
India-Pakistan diplomatic spat: Islamabad bullies New Delhi, plays victim card while we bumble into false equivalence
The recent diplomatic spat with Pakistan may not be a big setback for India, but it shows how its communication game is still stuck in the Cold War-era.
New Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria on Thursday presented his credentials to President Mamnoon Hussain who said his country was sincerely working towards regional peace, stability and development.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj sought a report from the Indian ambassador in Poland regarding a media report of an attack on an Indian student