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ICJ to pronounce verdict in Kulbhushan Jadhav case today: Friends of ex-Indian naval officer hopeful of his safe return
Friends of Kulbhushan Jadhav have expressed hope that today's verdict by the International Court Justice (ICJ) will be in India's favour
Daily Bulletin: ICJ verdict in Kulbhushan Jadhav case likely today; SC to pass order on rebel Karnataka MLAs’ resignations; day's top stories
Kulbhushan Jadhav case: India hopes for relief as ICJ set to deliver verdict today; Karnataka crisis: SC reserves order in rebel MLAs' case for today at 10.30 am; day's top stories
ICJ verdict in Kulbhushan Jadhav case likely today: Judgment significant for India-Pakistan bilateral ties
As far as the Jadhav case is concerned, it will not be easy for the ICJ to pronounce the final ruling
US reignites warmth with Pakistan leaving India sulking; New Delhi, Washington need meeting point to keep ties on even keel
While the Trump administration holds India responsible for denying it market access and making “free and fair trade” impossible, New Delhi accuses Washington of constricting its strategic and sovereign choices.
Balochistan Liberation Army declared terror outfit: US, with eye on Taliban peace talks, hands Pakistan big win
This is a big win for Islamabad, which has become increasingly frightened at the unity apparent in recent months between Baloch groups and the entirely peaceful Pashtun Tahafuz Movement
Ahead of Imran Khan's Washington visit, US declares separatist group Balochistan Liberation Army a 'terrrorist outfit'
The US has declared separatist group Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA), which is fighting Pakistani rule in the restive Balochistan province, as a terrorist organisation, weeks after it attacked a five-star hotel in the port city of Gwadar.
Gwadar attack: Growing separatist violence in Balochistan indicates anger among locals against Chinese interference in Pakistan
Now it seems that China is the target for attack by the new armed groups who have sprung up, arising from a bitter hatred of the ‘colonisers’ of their country.
Pakistani security forces kill three insurgents who had stormed Pearl Continental Hotel in Gwadar; Imran Khan condemns attack
Officials said three gunmen dressed as military officers raided the five-star Pearl Continental Hotel on Saturday, killing three hotel security guards, an employee and a navy soldier in the ensuing gunbattle. The insurgents had been holed up on the top floor of the hotel after security forces arrived. The forces cleared all guests from the premises while cornering the attackers in a staircase.
Imran Khan condemns terror attack on Gwadar hotel, says it was to 'sabotage' country's economic projects and prosperity
While condemning the attack, Imran Khan appreciated the initial response by a security guard and security forces in foiling greater loss to human lives
Baloch movement stilled by lack of leadership, strategy
The ongoing wave of insurgency was born at the beginning of the past decade and spiralled after the death of Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti, a prominent tribal politician-turned-insurgent who was killed by President Pervez Musharraf’s troops in 2006.
Chinese consulate attacked in Karachi: India should draw world's attention to plight of Balochis or hold its peace
India has the option of raising the issue in a very big way at international forums, and in a sustained manner. One-off support only worsens the situation
Pakistan: Three Chinese among six injured in Dalbandin suicide attack; Balochistan Liberation Army claims responsibility
At least six people, including three Chinese nationals, were wounded in a suicide attack on a bus in southwestern Pakistan on Saturday, officials said.
Pakistan releases wife, children of Baloch Liberation Front chief Allah Nazar after detaining them for 'illegal travelling'
Pakistan's Balochistan province government has released the recently detained wife and children of a top Baloch militant commander who is accused of targeting security forces in the restive southwestern state.
Exiled Baloch leader Brahumdagh Bugti says open to dialogue if Pakistan 'quits our country'
In an interview, exiled Baloch nationalist leader Brahumdagh Bugti spoke on several issues concerning the region.