Pakistan 'spews venom', takes to hate speech like fish takes to water: India tells UN after Islamabad again rakes up Kashmir issue
India has slammed Pakistan for 'spewing venom and false narratives' of monumental proportions in the United Nations, saying it takes to hate speech like fish takes to water.
Pakistan has displayed a mannequin of Indian Air Force pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman inside a war museum
With India on defensive over J&K lockdown, Pakistan seeks to 'internationalise' issue as it pushes terrorists across border
With its economy teetering on the verge of collapse, imposing the cost of conventional military aggression and the resulting retaliation on taxpayers is out of the question for Islamabad
Daily Bulletin: Imran Khan to make 'policy statement' on Kashmir; Sonia Gandhi to meet Congress CMs; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Imran Khan to make 'policy statement' on Kashmir during public address in PoK's Muzaffarabad; DK Shivkumar to be produced before court on expiry of police detention; ED to demand further custody; and more
Imran Khan to make 'policy statement' on Kashmir on Friday, says Pakistan foreign office spokesperson Mohammad Faisal
Pakistan said Prime Minister Imran Khan will make a "policy statement" on Kashmir on Friday during his public address at the PoK's capital Muzaffarabad
India-Pakistan row over Kashmir at UN: Global fatigue over Islamabad's Kashmir narrative apparent in its rants eliciting no more than a yawn
India knew it had a winning case at the UNHRC over the Kashmir issue, but the Narendra Modi government must be credited for not taking things for granted. Led by external affairs minister Jaishankar, India has been on a diplomatic offensive to counter Pakistan's propaganda on Kashmir, and this sustained effort has clearly brought dividends.
'No change in nuclear policy,' clarifies Pakistan's foreign office after Imran Khan says Islamabad will never start war with India
There is no change in Pakistan's nuclear policy, the Foreign Office has said, hours after Prime Minister Imran Khan vowed that his country will never ever start a war with India, amid escalating tensions between the nuclear powers over the Kashmir issue
Pakistan appoints new envoy to India: Whether Islamabad's approach to New Delhi changes remains to be seen
The possibility of a new Indian government or a fresh version of the old one coming back to power has ostensibly resulted in Pakistan sitting up straight. The country has now appointed a new High Commissioner to India and is attempting to appoint an NSA.
'Pakistan in big trouble': Narendra Modi mocks Islamabad for denying presence of terror camps, Balakot air strike
Narendra Modi said if Pakistan accepts India's airstrike in Balakot, it will put Islamabad in a dilemma as this admission will be confirmation of the presence of terrorist camps across the border
Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists used 'virtual SIMs' in Pulwama terror attack; India to approach US for help
A request will be sent to the US to seek details from a service provider of "virtual SIMs", which were used by the JeM suicide bomber behind the Pulwama attack and his Pakistan and Kashmir-based handlers, officials said.
With global forces watching India-Pakistan ties, BJP-RSS can't solve Kashmir problem unless they shed anti-Muslim image
India-Pakistan tensions: The global forces see the Kashmir issue as a more contentious one. The human rights issue of both sides needs to be carefully weighed. Hindutva forces treat terrorist violation of jawan human rights and state violation of civilian human rights one and the same. But UN covenants and international understanding of state violation of human rights is treated at different level.
MEA claims it has ‘electronic evidence’ that IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman’s MiG-21 shot down Pakistani F-16
An Indian Air Force (IAF) MiG-21 Bison, piloted by Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, shot down a Pakistan Air Force (PAF) F-16 fighter aircraft and there are eyewitness accounts as well as electronic evidence for it, the Ministry of External Affairs said on Saturday.
Balakot air strikes; Where are bodies of Pakistani militants IAF says it killed in air strikes, ask villagers: Reuters report
The only confirmed victim of India's air strike against Pakistan is still unsure why he was shaken awake in the early hours of Tuesday by an explosion that rocked his mud brick house and left him with a cut above his right eye.
Tourism becomes latest casualty in Jammu and Kashmir amid India-Pakistan tension and 'boycott Kashmiri' calls
With no intervention by the Jammu and Kashmir administration to dispel fear among people and encourage good footfall for the future, both domestic and foreign tourists are unlikely to book tickets to the state.
Indian Navy calls Pakistan's claim of thwarting submarine's attempt to enter waters 'false propaganda'
In a brief statement, it said the Indian Navy remains deployed as necessary to protect national maritime interests.
Pakistan Navy claims Indian submarine tried to enter territorial waters, shares footage after 'thwarting' attempt
Pakistan has stopped an Indian submarine from entering its waters, the country's navy said on Tuesday, as tensions continue to run high between the nuclear-armed neighbours.
Three days after suspending Samjhauta Express, Pakistan restores train services between Lahore and Delhi
The Samjhauta Express train service was started on 22 July, 1976 under the Shimla Agreement that settled the 1971 war between the two nations. The train departs on every Monday and Thursday from Lahore
India-Pakistan air strikes: IAF chief BS Dhanoa says, 'Our job is to hit targets, not count casualties'
Air Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa in a press briefing in Coimbatore on Monday said that the Indian Air Force’s (IAF) job is to hit their targets and not count casualties
Union minister says purpose of IAF strikes in Pakistan wasn’t to cause casualties, slams media for 'unconfirmed' information
Amid the Opposition's demand for proof on the Centre's claims of terror camp strikes in Pakistan, Union Minister SS Ahluwalia has said the purpose of the strike was not to cause casualties but to send out the message that India is capable of hitting deep inside enemy lines.
IAF pilot Abhinandan return updates: Airman to be flown to Delhi from Amritsar; Modi tweets 'welcome home'
Abhinandan Varthaman LIVE updates: Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was handed over to Indian authorities at Wagah-Attari border on Friday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman. "The nation is proud of your exemplary courage. Our armed forces are an inspiration for 130 crore Indians," he said.