Following immense international pressure after the Pulwama attack, the Pakistan government had arrested over 100 members of banned militant outfits including the JeM chief's son and brother
Terror funding case: Delhi HC says NIA lacks evidence to establish Pak High Commission's role, grants bail to Kashmiri businessman
A division bench of the Delhi High Court (HC) Thursday ruled that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) lacks evidence to establish the role of Pakistan High Commission in funding separatist activities in Kashmir.
Pakistan Army crushes country's judiciary, media to favour Imran Khan's election bid as world watches
The Pakitan Army is obviously perturbed that its carefully crafted mission with the Pakistan higher judiciary to remove any chances of a Nawaz Sharif's return to the political scene, has some unrealised resistance.
Kashmir terror funding case: State minister, ex-MP, MLAs and police officers in touch with separatist leaders, NIA call records show
Minister for Social Welfare Sajjad Gani Lone and other mainstream political leaders, including senior Congress leader and former MP Tariq Hameed Karra, were in touch with separatist leaders before they were arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in July in the Kashmir terror funding probe.
NIA files chargesheet in Kashmir terror funding case: Shrinking influence of separatists opens up opportunity for dialogue
An opportunity has presented itself which can open the doors of dialogue with Kashmir. But New Delhi must not misread the deceptive calm in the Valley.
Pervez Musharraf's remark on Hafiz Saeed endorses terrorism as Pakistan's State policy, says Rajyavardhan Rathore
Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has openly endorsed terrorism as state policy with his remarks on Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hafiz Sayeed
Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Saturday said that India should immediately reclaim Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) as it was the root cause of all the problems emanating from Pakistan.
Assembly Elections 2017: Wins secured, it's time for kingmaker Modi to direct attention towards Pakistan
Modi has blown hot and cold on Pakistan, but since the Uri attacks, India had relentlessly tried to isolate Pakistan diplomatically.
Ramjas rampage and the politics of fear: Time to alter the precedent through democratic mobilisation and solidarity
On 21 February, members of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) – by attacking students and teachers at a panel discussion in Delhi University’s Ramjas College – brazenly crossed that red line and perpetrated an act of terror – sheer, untainted, textbook terror.
The entire rigmarole of retaliation the Modi government has gone through since Uri creates the impression that cross-border terrorism is a new challenge for India
After Uri terror attack, India raises Pakistan-sponsored terrorism and human rights violations at UN
India called upon the UN Human Rights Council to ask Pakistan to vacate the illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir while asking Pakistan to stop supporting terrorism in India
The way Singh's speech was completely censored, clearly indicate that the Pakistani authorities anticipated that he would talk tough and thus it was important for them that their domestic audience and the world didn't hear it.
China, Pakistan and youth anger in Kashmir, the three kinds of forces that are inimical to India’s stability, have gained momentum since 2008.
There is no doubting young Wani’s popularity, but it is a strategic blunder to view that popularity only through the prism of Pakistan.
Pakistan's provincial law minister from Punjab, Rana Sanaullah, said legal action against militant groups like JuD and JeM was impossible.
There is indeed something fishy about the happenings at JNU. It has conspiracy written all over it from the very beginning.
Taking a dig at Gandhi, BJP spokesperson Nalin Kohli said he had given a new definition to nationalism by attacking those who had suppressed anti-national voices.
The attack at Pathankot will give a new edge to the meeting of foreign secretaries, which is slated for mid-January.
BJP MP Adityanath compares Shah Rukh to Hafiz Saeed, says no difference between language of the actor and terror mastermind
Controversial BJP MP Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday compared Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan to Pakistani terrorist Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of Mumbai carnage, over his "extreme intolerance" comment, in the second attack on the actor by a BJP leader in as many days, sparking condemnation.
The Saeed-Vaidik meet continued to create furore in the Indian parliament as leaders from both government and opposition voiced strong opinions.