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Lieutenant General Syed Asim Munir will replace General Qamar Javed Bajwa as Pakistan’s new army chief. Previously serving as the ISI chief, Munir has special knowledge on India and it was during his time that the Pulwama attack, which claimed the lives of 40 CRPF soldiers, took place
During the interaction with a delegation of students from Harvard University, Sharif pointed out that Islamabad and New Delhi should have competition in trade, economy and improving the conditions of their people
The United States Institute of Peace, run with US taxpayers’ money, has become a hub of Pakistan apologists and supporters
In 2011, Hina Rabbani Khar was appointed as Pakistan's first woman foreign minister. She was instrumental in resuming talks between the two countries that were suspended after the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks
Good relations with India cannot be achieved without resolution of the Kashmir issue, says Shehbaz Sharif
He claimed that Pakistan would continue to provide political, diplomatic and moral support to the people of Kashmir
Despite the talks, in Kashmir the curbs persist on separatist leaders, with some of them who are lodged in New Delhi's Tihar Jail even complaining of being denied medical attention
The report also said that although a general war between India and Pakistan is unlikely, crises between the two are likely to become more intense, risking an escalatory cycle
For a while it seemed that amidst all the darkness and despair in the world in 2021, India-Pakistan relations had taken off on a positive note
There will certainly be grumbling that it's a very basic joint statement, that there have been so many of the sort in the past and that Pakistan is not to be trusted
For decades, Islamabad has worked to this toxic strategic script, pushing unending war with India as a means to guarantee the Pakistan Army’s institutional primacy in the country
'Very hard' for India to have normal ties with Pakistan as cross-border terrorism continues, says S Jaishankar
The External Affairs Minister also said that Islamabad doesn't conduct normal trade with India and has not given New Delhi the MFN status
Nawaz Sharif, who was the prime minister during the Kargil War, has long maintained that he was not aware of what was happening when the conflict broke out in 1999
'Litany of falsehoods': India slams Pakistan after Imran Khan rakes up Jammu and Kashmir issue at UNGA
The First Secretary in India's Permanent Mission to the UN, Mijito Vinito, walked out of the general assembly hall when Imran Khan started his diatribe about India
The Srinagar MP and Natioanl Conference president advocated talks with Pakistan, saying that "border skirmishes have been rising and people are dying"
The Islamabad High Court recently ordered the Pakistan government to give "another chance" to India to appoint a counsel for Jadhav, who has been sentenced to death by a military court
India and Pakistan are just part of a larger — fraught — landscape. Every nation-state to acquire nuclear weapons after the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council is in Asia
Two Indian High Commission staffers released by Pakistan after being detained for brief while, handed over to Mission official
The two Indian High Commission officials were arrested in the morning from the Embassy Road in G-6 area of Pakistan's capital after their vehicle allegedly hit a pedestrian
India lodges protest with Pakistan over reported arrests of two Indian High Commission staffers in Islamabad
Sources told PTI that the Pakistan side was asked to return the two officials along with the official car to the High Commission immediately.
Pakistan says claims about military applications of autoclave seized by India at Kandla port 'factually incorrect'
Pakistan rejected India's assertion that the industrial autoclave seized from a Karachi-bound Chinese ship at the Kandla port has military applications, saying similar furnaces are being used in several industries around the world over
Pakistan Army will teach New Delhi a 'hard lesson' in case of any misadventure says Imran Khan in fresh anti-India rhetoric
Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan said on Thursday that his country's battle-hardened army will teach India a "hard lesson" in case of "any misadventure"