Daily Bulletin: Saudi crown prince on India visit, DMK-Congress to announce pact, India to counter Pakistan in ICJ; day's top stories
Today's top stories: MEA says it is not surprised by Imran Khan's Pulwama attack response ignoring Pakistan's role in terrorism; India likely to secure investments in meet with Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman; Congress to announce pact with DMK; and more
The new South Asia strategy of the US focuses on reducing tension between India and Pakistan, a top American diplomat said on Monday but ruled out any mediator role.
Soldiers beheaded at LoC: Pakistan cannot be allowed to blackmail India, test its red lines to buy peace
The Pakistan army has slipped into habitual denial but unless the Indian soldiers at the LoC decapitated themselves, the denial is meaningless. Details of the act and overwhelming evidence point to Pakistan army's collusion and even active involvement.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday said that most acts of terrorism across the world will have some links to Pakistan and blamed Islamabad for the strained Indo-Pak ties.
Pakistan on Friday asserted that it will not extradite alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav and said more information on him has been sought from India.
In his address at the second Raisina Dialogue, in the spirit of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, laced with kind words for nearly everyone, Prime Minister Narendra Modi did save a few barbs for China and Pakistan.
Surgical strikes message to Pakistan that India won't accept continued terrorism as 'new normal': MEA
Asserting that talks and terror cannot go together, India on Wednesday said the message it sent to Pakistan through the 'surgical strike' has been heard across the world and there was "clear unanimity" that sponsorship of terrorism is as heinous as the menace itself.
India and Pakistan have fought four times, threatened each other many a time and quarrel most of the time.
Pakistani Prime Minister's Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval had a brief interaction on Saturday night, amid intense strain in Indo-Pak ties in the wake of Nagrota terror strike and intensified cross-border firing in Jammu and Kashmir.
Exactly a month ago, Indian special forces crossed the Line of Control (LoC) to prevent imminent infiltration of Pakistan-sponsored terrorists into Indian territory.
Upping the ante against Pakistan on Tuesday, India issued a statement that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not be taking part in the Saarc meet in Islamabad.
Vikas Swarup was suitably cryptic when he mentioned the Indus Waters Treaty on Thursday. That was cue enough for the war-mongering crowd to visualise a possible Indian post-Uri action.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif addressed the 71st UN General Assembly session at New York on Wednesday.
After India made its statement at the UNHRC, accusing Pakistan of the illegal occupation of Kashmir, both the countries have engaged in a war of words.
There will be problems and disappointment, if Rajnath Singh expects any positive outcomes from talks with Pakistani leaders and officials
Kashmir issue must be resolved in the context of the "domestic and political" environment between India and Pakistan, the head of the UN peace building commission has said
At least 59 Indian fishermen were arrested in Pakistan for poaching in the country's waters, the media reported on Friday
Anybody who thinks the spontaneous sympathy in India for Pakistanis after the Taliban attack killed children may mark a turning point in our relationship should think again: the attack has strengthened support for the Pak Army, not civilian rule.
Pakistan Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry on Friday said that if Indians are interested in a meeting, they should approach the Pakistani side.
PDP chief tells Modi government not to make people of J&K "scapegoats."