Raj Thackeray says Narendra Modi 'wasted mandate' in changing names of schemes launched in Congress regime
Raj Thackeray said Narendra Modi frittered away the huge mandate he had won in 2014 and spent the last five years in changing names of the schemes that were launched by the previous Congress regime.
Pakistan successfully test-fires 'smart weapon' with day and night capability to hit targets from JF-17 jet
Pakistan Air Force successfully test-fired a "smart weapon" with both day and night capability to engage a variety of targets with pinpoint accuracy
India won't escalate situation with Pakistan, but won't take Pulwama as its destiny, says Sushma Swaraj
Sushma Swaraj Wednesday said that after the Pulwama attack, she conveyed to several countries that India will not escalate the situation with Pakistan but if there is any other terror attack from that country, then it will not remain silent
Pakistan lied about JeM's Balakot camp; located at hilltop, centre offered housing and training for recruits
Pakistan didn't take foreign journalists to the JeM camp in Balakot; known as Markaz Syed Ahmad Shaheed, the centre, before the IAF strike, was spread over two kilometres and included multiple buildings used for residential and training purposes
UN chief spoke with officials from India and Pakistan, not PMs on rising tensions between countries, says report
UN chief Antonio Guterres has not spoken with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan but discussed with officials from India and Pakistan the heightened tensions arising after the Pulwama terror attack, a top official has said.
Satellite images from Balakot make India's 'many casualties' claim look dubious, JeM site appears intact: Reuters
A senior researcher who also analyses satellite images, said weapons that India claimed to have used would have caused obvious damage to JeM structures. But no such visible damage can be observed in images.
Foreign secretary's statement on Balakot strike is govt's official stand, clarifies Nirmala Sitharaman; stays mum on exact toll
Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday said that the Balakot airstrike, where the Indian Air Force targeted and destroyed a JeM camp in Pakistan last week, was "not a military action" as there was no damage to civilians
Arvind Kejriwal accuses Amit Shah of calling armed forces 'liar' after BJP chief claims 250 deaths in IAF strikes
At an event in Ahmedabad, Amit Shah had said: "After Pulwama attack, everyone was thinking that we can't do surgical strike, but Modi government, on the 13th day, conducted air strikes and killed more than 250 terrorists."
India refuses to share proof of militants killed in IAF airstrikes in Pakistan amid doubts over any casualties
The flare up between India and Pakistan appeared to be easing on Saturday after the Islamic country handed back Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman on Friday night.
The encounter, which broke out between the security forces and terrorists in the wee hours of Wednesday in Shopian, has ended and security forces have begun the combing operations in the area.
Qureshi had on Tuesday "expressed reservations" about the invitation to Swaraj to attend the OIC meeting. His comments came in the wake of India's air strikes inside Pakistan early Tuesday.