Earlier, there had been reports that Pakistan had blocked India's efforts to provide wheat to the Afghan people, amid the chill in relations between New Delhi and Islamabad over the Kashmir issue
Akhilesh Yadav defends remark lauding Jinnah for India's freedom struggle, asks detractors to read history books
Yadav courted controversy when he named Jinnah, along with Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, and Mahatma Gandhi, saying they had helped India achieve independence
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s efforts to cast himself at the vanguard of Islam are evident everywhere. Meanwhile, Pakistan Army chief General Bajwa is yet to show his hand.
Political tension between India and Pakistan has started to rise again as cricket teams from both nations gear up to clash in the T20 World Cup 2021.
India slammed Pakistan at the UN after Prime Minister Imran Khan raked up the issue of Jammu and Kashmir in his address to the 76th UN General Assembly session on Friday.
India's victory in what is termed as one of the largest tank battles changed the course of the Indo-Pak war of 1965
Pakistan Hockey Federation to push for revival of bilateral ties against India at 47th FIH Congress in May
Pakistan Hockey Federation officials will be taking up the issue of resuming bilateral series against India at neutral venues on the sidelines of the 47th International Hockey Federation (FIH) Statutory Congress.
Lahore Literary Festival's virtual edition amid COVID-19 crisis spurs cross-border exchange in absence of red tape
The transition from physical to digital has opened up a unique opportunity for the Lahore Literary Festival to reach Indians and Pakistanis living all over the world.
Pakistan, India must resolve Kashmir issue in 'dignified and peaceful' manner, says General Qamar Javed Bajwa
While addressing the graduation ceremony at the Pakistan Air Force's Asghar Khan Academy in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Bajwa said it was time to extend 'hand of peace' but added that Pakistan will not allow 'anybody to misinterpret our desire for peace as a sign of weakness'
The decision was taken in view of a programme aired on Republic Bharat on 6 September, 2019, which Ofcom said was in violation of its broadcasting norms
India observes 22 October as Black Day to mark 1947 invasion of J&K by Pakistani raiders; two-day symposium to feature photos, videos from siege
The day seeks to remind the world how Pakistan has been responsible for the unrest in the region, leading to continuous conflict, violence and terrorism in Kashmir, government officials said
India slams Turkey president Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks on Kashmir at UNGA, calls it 'gross interference'
On day two of the General Assembly, Erdogan dubbed the Kashmir conflict 'key to the stability and peace of South Asia', calling it a 'burning issue'
India rejects Pakistan's reference to Kashmir issue at UN, says Islamabad globally recognised as 'epicentre of terrorism'
First Secretary Vidisha Maitra alluded to Imran Khan calling former Osama bin Laden a 'martyr' on the floor of the Pakistani Parliament
This is the highest number of intruders killed in a single incident along the over 3,300 km-long border in more than a decade, officials said
Partition was a historic swindle that India, Pakistan and Bangladesh must see through; steps to undo British wrongdoing necessary
A historical united people’s struggle led by patriotic, modern-minded leaders, like Mustafa Kemal of Turkey or the leaders of Japan after the Meiji Restoration, will be required for bringing about a transformation to lift India from the ranks of underdeveloped to developed countries
Former Pakistan skipper Javed Miandad alleges India not a 'safe' country for teams to tour, advises ICC to take action
In the backdrop of nation-wide protests in India against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), Miandad added that Indians are fighting among themselves which could be a threat to the touring teams.
US Congress critical of India on Kashmir: Beyond concern for human rights lies domestic political compulsions and Islamist agenda
Omar called India's decision on Kashmir part of 'BJP's Hindu nationalism project' and wanted to know why the Trump administration is not pressing India on holding a plebiscite in Kashmir to give Kashmiris the right to self-determination
Army attacks terror launch pads in PoK with artillery guns, Pakistan army accuses India of targeting civilians to 'justify false claims'
The official Twitter handle of Pakistan Army's spokesperson also alleged that it was Indian Army who violated the ceasefire and in the process 'targetted civilians.' '9 Indian soldiers killed several injured. 2 Indian bunkers destroyed. During exchange of fire 1 soldier and 3 civilians shaheed, 2 soldiers and 5 civilians injured.'
Indian Army used artillery guns to target terrorist camps in PoK after 2 jawans, a civilian were killed in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara
Two Indian soldiers were killed in ceasefire violation, along the Line of Control in Tangdhar sector in Jammu and Kashmir when Pakistan Army was pushing infiltrators into Indian territory
Amid Kashmir tensions, two Pakistan F-16s intercepted Delhi-Kabul SpiceJet flight on 23 September, escorted craft to Afghan airspace (edited)
Amid tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad after Balakot air strikes in February, Pakistani fighter jets intercepted a Kabul-bound Indian passenger plane for almost an hour over their airspace last month