Indo Pak News
Pakistan allows Narendra Modi’s aircraft to fly over its airspace to Bishkek for SCO summit in Kyrgyzstan
Pakistan on 10 June decided in principle to let Prime Minister Narendra Modi's aircraft fly over its airspace to Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan, where he has to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit on 13-14 June.
A frustrated PCB has filed a compensation case of Rs 447 crore with the Disputes Resolution Forum of ICC for not honouring an MoU which required the two countries to play six bilateral series from 2015-2023
The people of Turtuk village went to sleep as Pakistani and woke up Indian, after the India-Pakistan War of 1971 ended. A new documentary, Across, by filmmaker Ansh Ranvir Vohra narrates their stories | #FirstCulture
Amid heightened tensions between India and Pakistan, a lone Pakistani publisher is likely to participate in the upcoming 45th New Delhi World Book Fair
Pakistan says India's visa restrictions for medical cases 'highly regrettable', against diplomatic norms
Pakistan said on Thursday that India's stipulation for granting visa to Pakistani nationals were "highly regrettable" and was against diplomatic norms.
The Lahore High Court on Tuesday revoked a ban imposed by the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority on the airing of Indian TV shows in the nation.
Vladimir Putin on bilateral ties: Russia has not made offer to mediate between India and Pakistan, says MEA
India said Russia had not made mediation offers to it to resolve Indo-Pak issues, and said that they was "well aware" of Delhi's position on bilateral issues
Russia has not made any offer to mediate, the government said after Islamabad "welcomed" Russian President Putin's reported offer to resolve tensions.
The Pakistan Army claimed that "five Indian soldiers were killed and many injured" after the India "violated ceasefire" along the Line of Control
Pakistan has decided to boycott a key meeting of South Asian Speakers to be held in India later this month.
The US has signalled that it will not be drawn into the role of a mediator between India and Pakistan, saying both countries should work together to resolve their differences.
Why did Pakistan Foreign Minister Sartaj Aziz arrive in Amritsar fifteen hours before schedule and why was it allowed?
SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Thursday advised Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit families of martyrs and said he does not advocate Indo-Pak war but a middle path so that soldiers do not have to make the supreme sacrifice to protect the borders.
A man by the name of Harsh Narayan had been publicising the film, saying it would star Fawad Khan and be produced by Shyam Benegal, with Mahesh Bhatt as a creative adviser
On Tuesday, the BSF said that "tension" prevails along the western front in the wake of surgical strikes conducted by Indian forces and it has witnessed movement of UAVs very close to the Indo-Pak border in the recent past.
The Delhi Assembly on Friday passed a resolution congratulating the Army and the political leadership including Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the surgical strikes on terror launch pads across the LoC, but the exercise too had its share of AAP-BJP tussle.
After the Indian Motion Pictures Producers' Association banned all Pakistani artistes and technicians from working in India, in a retaliatory move, theatre chains in Pakistan have decided not to screen films from India.
As the Indian Motion Pictures Producers' Association (IMPPA) announced a ban on all Pakistani artistes and technicians from working in India, filmmakers Firstpost spoke with wondered what its impact would be
On Tuesday, MNS workers also protested outside filmmaker Karan Johar's Dharma Productions office for casting Fawad Khan in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.
Even as protests against Pakistani actors Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan — who are part of the Bollywood films Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and Raees, respectively — have become ever more shrill, it is Pakistani musicians like Atif Aslam, Shafqat Amanat Ali and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan who are already feeling the heat.